163.7.Protein.stud

163.7.Protein.stud - Outline 0 1 2 3 Structure Function...

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Outline 0. 1. Vegetarianism 2. Needs 3. Needs of exercisers Dietary Protein 0. Protein is yet another essential nutrients 0. Forms the structural basis for the vast majority of body tissues 1. Forms numerous enzymes and hormones to help regulate body metabolism 2. Used as an energy source if needed 1. Implications for sports 3. Protein needs of strength and endurance exercisers What is protein? 2. C, H, O, N & sometimes sulfur. Animal and plant protein 0. Animal 4. Indispensable (essential) 0. Must be obtained from foods in the diet 5. “Complete” 6. “High biological value” 7. Soy is an exception 0. Plant 8. Dispensable (nonessential) 1. May be formed in the body 9. Incomplete 10. Low biological value Vegetarianism 11. Vegan 2. No animal products at all 12. Ovovegetarian 3. Eats eggs 13. Lactovegetarian 4. Eats dairy products 14. Ovolactovegetarian 5. Eats eggs and dairy products
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15. Pescovegetarian 6. Eats fish 16. Semivegetarian 7. Eat fish and white poultry meat
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