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Exam 1. Study Guide. - FDNS 2100 Human Nutrition and Food...

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FDNS 2100, Human Nutrition and Food Lee Exam 1 Study Guide Spring 2011 FDNS 2100 Study Guide: Exam 1 BRING CALCULATOR TO THE TEST! Here are some things you should focus on for the exam. Be familiar with the different types of nutrients (essential, energy-yielding and non energy- yielding). What comprises a nutritious diet and how to recognize a nutritious diet. What health conditions are nutritionally responsive and which are not. Be familiar with the different types of studies (case studies, clinical trials, animal studies, and epidemiological studies). Know the general methods used for each type of study, the benefits and drawbacks of each type of study, and be able to distinguish between them. Nutrition Recommendations Be familiar with the different types of nutrition recommendations and the governing bodies that produce them (i.e. Dietary Guidelines for Americans; The FDA governs food labels). The four levels of the Dietary Reference Intakes (DRIs) and their function.
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