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Unformatted text preview: 7/7/2010 PowerPoint“ Leciure Slides prepared by Vince Austin University 0! Kentucky growt 1, maintenance, and repair Body Temperature Nutrition, Metabolism, and : 2 I I Nutrient # a substance that promotes normal Regulation I Major nutrients — carbohydrates, lipids, and Part A L—‘i—m‘e‘“ I Other Eutrients —'vitamins and minerals (and techni ally speaking, water) Human Anatomy 8- Physiology, Sixth Edition Elaine N. Mariel) V‘xnnm new Punc- E.mll«:r;ln‘. gem; anhmyma (mum :: .lm: we.“ on. .m eh!» uuuu Nutrition Complex carbohydrates (starches) are found in bread, cereal, flour, pasta, nuts, and potatoes Simple carbohydrates (sugars) are found in 501’: Milk. Yogurt. Indmfimw Wk PDIIIIW. FMDVy Ems. MW Eve-”gym drinks; candy, fruit, and ice cream Gluc se is the molecule ultimately used by body cells t make ATP Neurons and RBCs rely almost entirely upon mmmm glucose to supply their energy needs u»: put. Group 5—“ serum glucose is converted to glycogen or fat and “was 2: tom mm MW VJJIr-oI-IN31 a ““521: cms I1: Carbohydrates I The in st abundant dietary lipids, triglycerides, are found in I The minimum amount of carbohydrates needed to both m imal and want foods maintain adequate blood glucose levels is 100 grams per day I Essent al fatty acids— linoleic and linolenic acid, found in most vigetables, must be ingested I Starchy foods and milk have nutrients such as vitamins and minerals in addition to complex 1 carbohydrates I Help the body to absorb vitamins I Dietary fats: I Are a meter ener fuel of he atoc tes and skeletal I Refined carbohydrate foods (candy and sofi muscle J gy p y drinks) provide energy sources only and are . I Are a com onent of m elin sheaths and all cell referred to as “empty calorles” p y membranes L was ow vwm‘wm. ‘nL mmmm ~2;.~.~,.m ('wnnmfl ('mfifiau cam ‘e.5ml:;4urm>n mm. mm, 9' “mun: rem.” ...
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