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Click to edit Master subtitle style NSC 310 Overview of Nutrition Kelly Jackson, MS, RD [email protected] 626-3504
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Reading Objectives List several reasons why people make food choices. Define a nutrient and essential nutrient. List the six classes of nutrients found in food. Describe how alcohol resembles nutrients, but is not considered a nutrient. State the nutrients that yield energy and how much energy they yield per gram.
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Reading Objective Question 1. True or false? A phytochemical, such as lycopene, is a nutrient. A. True B. False
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Reading Objective Question 1. Which of these does NOT yield energy? A. Water B. Protein C. Alcohol D. Carbohydrate
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Learning Objectives Define DRI. Identify the five values that make up the DRI and indicate how they are related. Discuss basics of nutrition research, as well as study design principles Compare and contrast epidemiological and experimental study designs (lab- based and clinical trials) and provide examples of each.
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What is Nutrition? VS.
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What is Nutrition?
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What is Nutrition? Definition: Science of foods and the nutrients and other substances they contain, and of their actions within the body Involves the food we eat, digestion, absorption, transport, metabolism and excretion
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What should healthy people eat?
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