Chapter_5_Feb_1_handout - Food Safetys Biggest Challenge:...

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 Chapter 2 Microworld Part Food Safety’s Biggest Challenge: the American Diet   Primary preventable causes of death ___________ (465,000 per year) _______________ (395,000) _______________ (216,000) Physical inactivity (191,000) Leading causes of death in the US can be influenced by diet: coronary ______disease, _____________________________. Diabetes treatment costs over $100 billion annually. Critical dietary factors associated with these conditions include those that are too high in _____, _________________fat, cholesterol, and sodium or too low in ______-containing foods .
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 Chapter 2 Microworld Part Food Safety’s Biggest Challenge: the American Diet (cont’d) Atkins diet focuses on consumption of high levels of protein and fat with few carbs: Pros / cons? Any other diets? What about the consumption of red wines? Alcohol may slow normal fat metabolism. What are effects of artificial sweateners? Artificial sweateners may have the potential for at least short term weight loss when substituted for sugared foods, the long-term effects may be just the opposite. What about diet drinks, consumed in the absence of other foods? Contaminated foods can certainly result in very serious illness, but a good diet can help ensure long-term health ( Bruce Clark, Food Safety News)
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 Chapter 2 Microworld Part HB  265 The Flow of Food:  An Introduction Chapter  5 Feb 1, 2011
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 Chapter 2 Microworld Part
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 Chapter 2 Microworld Part Preventing Cross- Contamination o Cross-contamination o the ______________________ from one food or surface to another. B
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This note was uploaded on 04/10/2011 for the course HEALTH AND 265 and 26 taught by Professor Chachaandellsworth during the Fall '10 term at Michigan State University.

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Chapter_5_Feb_1_handout - Food Safetys Biggest Challenge:...

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