Lecture_26_Protein_Malnutrition

Lecture_26_Protein_Malnutrition - Do you have a PASSION for...

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Consider Teaching Agriculture! ± Receive initial teacher certification by completing an Agricultural Science Education double major or ± a Minor in Education , followed by a 1-year Master of Arts in Teaching Do you have a PASSION for AGRICULTURE and LOVE WORKING with PEOPLE? Teaching High School Agricultural Science allows you to do BOTH! Contact: Professor Camp, wgc4@cornell.edu or Professor Park, tdp9@cornell.edu Shape the future. Touch a life. Be a TEACHER
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Pre-Enrollment Ice Cream Social! The Division of Nutritional Sciences invites all NS and HBHS freshman to a… Date : Thursday, November 1 st Time : 4:00-5:00pm Place : Savage 200 MEET YOUR STUDENT AND FACULTY ADVISORS AND LEARN MORE ABOUT THE PRE-ENROLLMENT PROCESS AND ABOUT CLASSES FOR WHICH TO SIGN-UP IN SPRING 2008! Q: contact the DNS Academic Affairs Office or Student Advisors
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Optimizing Exercise Protein
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Protein Balance Protein In = Protein Out
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Protein Balance
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Protein Balance + positive Growth Pregnancy Exercise
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Protein Balance Dieting Stress Illness Inactivity positive Growth Pregnancy Exercise negative -
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How about eating protein?
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High Protein – High Fat Diets
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Composition of Low Carbohydrate Diet (percent calories) Daily Reference Value Atkins’s Diets (Induction) Fat (30%) Carb (55%) Protein (15%) Fat (60%) Carb 5% Protein (35%)
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1972 Pennington, AW. Journal of the Medical Society of Delaware, 1951, 23, 79 1961 Calories Don’t Count Herman Taller 1967 The Drinking Man’s Diet I.M. Stillman William Harvey History Claude Bernard 1869
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74 76 78 80 82 84 86 2 4 6 8 1 01 21 62 02 4 Time (weeks) Weight (Kg) Westman et al., 2002 N = 41 (from 268) Weight Loss on a Low Carbohydrate Diet
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This note was uploaded on 09/26/2010 for the course NS 1150 taught by Professor Levitsky during the Spring '05 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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