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8/23/10 1 “Nutrition” The science of food, the nutrients and substances therein, their action , interaction , and balance in relation to health and disease , and the process by which the human organism ingests, digests , absorbs , transports, utilizes , and excretes food substances. “Nutrients” Chemicals in foods that are critical to human growth and function Purposes 1) __________ 2) __________ and development 3) __________ of body functions “Energy Density”
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8/23/10 2 “Nutrient Density” The amount of __________ in a food compared to its energy content CONTENT REVIEW What are nutrients? What are the 6 classes of nutrients? What is the energy density of CHO, fat, protein, and alcohol? What is nutrient density? What should you eat? Energy (fuel) systems 0 10sec 2-3min 2hrs+ % Max Energy Production 100 ATP & CP CHO “ATP/CP” “Anaerobic glycolysis” “Aerobic pathways” CHO Fat (Protein)
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Unformatted text preview: 75 50 25 8/23/10 3 Simple CHO - monosaccharides Simple CHO - disaccharides Sucrose = __________ + fructose Lactose = __________ + galactose Maltose = __________ + glucose Complex CHO - starch Storage form of glucose in __________ 8/23/10 4 Complex CHO - glycogen Storage form of glucose in __________ Types •__________ •__________ Glycogenesis Glycogenolysis Complex CHO - Fber __________ Types •__________ (non-fermentable) •__________ (viscous) insoluble insoluble soluble CONTENT REVIEW What are the primary fuel sources for high and low-intensity exercise? What is a monosaccharide? What are the 3 types of polysaccharides? What are the primary differences btw liver and muscle glycogen? Glycogenesis vs. glycogenolysis? What are the primary differences btw soluble and insoluble Fber? Sources?...
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