163.5.CHO.stud - Outline 0. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Structure &...

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0. 1. Digestion 2. Lactose intolerance 3. Fiber 4. Not enough CHO 5. Functions of carbohydrate 0. To supply energy 0. Essential for brain metabolism 1. Very important fuel for many sports 1. Other functions 2. Glycoproteins 0. Ribose in DNA and RNA Types of dietary carbohydrate? 6. Carbohydrates 3. Carbon, hydrogen and oxygen 7. Simple carbohydrates 4. Monosaccharides 0. - 1. - 2. - 5. Disaccharides 3. - 4. - 5. - Figure 4.1 Types of carbohydrate continued 8. Complex carbohydrates: 6. Polysaccharide 7. Glucose polymer 9. Total fiber 8. Dietary fiber 1. Nondigestible carbohydrates and lignin 2. Intrinsic and intact in plants 3. Accompanying phytochemicals 9. Functional fiber 4. Nondigestible carbohydrates with beneficial health effects 5. Extracted from foods; may be added to other foods 6. Soluble and insoluble How much carbohydrate do we need? 10.
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163.5.CHO.stud - Outline 0. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Structure &...

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