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PreLab10 - BIOLOGY 11 PRE-LAB EXERCISE 10 Name: Lab Day...

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BIOLOGY 11 – PRE-LAB EXERCISE Name: 10 1. The “Calorie” on a food label is equivalent to what unit of energy? How many Calories are in 1 gram of carbohydrate? How many Calories are in 1 gram of fat? How many Calories are in 1 gram of protein? If peanut butter is about 25% protein / 60% oil / 15% sugar, how many Calories are in 1 tablespoon (= 16g) of peanut butter? [Round off to the nearest Calorie.] 2. What are the three components of your daily energy requirement [expenditure]? 3. One pound of body fat is equivalent to how many kcal? So if you consume 200 more kcal per day than your body spends, how much weight would you gain in one month? 4. If someone that weighs 160 lbs. has 28% body fat, what is their lean body weight (LBW)? If they want to reduce their body fat to an “ideal” 23%, how much fat will they need to lose? 5. According to the life insurance company statistics in , what does “ideal weight” mean? According to the life insurance company statistics in
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