Chap 4_10_d2l - Carbohydrates NSC 310 Click to edit Master...

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Reading Objectives Define the following terms: carbohydrate (CHO), simple CHO, complex CHO, fiber, satiety. List the three monosaccharides important in nutrition. List the three dissacharides commonly found in foods, and their component monosaccharides.
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Reading Objective Question What are the two component monosaccharides of sucrose? A. Glucose + glucose B. Glucose + maltose C. Glucose + fructose D. Sucrose is a monosaccharide
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Learning Objectives Describe the structure of polysaccharides and list the ones important in nutrition. Compare and contrast starch and glycogen. Discuss how fibers differ from other polysaccharides. Describe CHO digestion and absorption. Discuss the role fiber plays in the process. Discuss the possible fates of glucose in the body. Define the protein-sparing action of CHO. Discuss how blood glucose is regulated.
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Atomic Bonding Four main elements found in nutrients Hydrogen Oxygen Nitrogen Carbon H O N C C C O H H H H H H
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“carbo” = carbon
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