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Click to edit Master subtitle style 9/20/11 Protein
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9/20/11 Protein They have 4 calories per gm 4C/gm Auschwitz- was a network of concentration and extermination camps built and operated in Polish areas annexed by Nazi Germany during the Second World War. Anorexia Nervosa- people who doesn’t eat. And 10% die, and heart is the muscle
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9/20/11 Protein cont We use the protein for building blocks for muscle tissue, and are broken down to amino acids and it gets to blood stream. Sources: -meats -meat alternatives. e.g., peanut butter and jelly, red beans and rice -dairy products
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Click to edit Master subtitle style 9/20/11 Carbohydrates-fuel preferable source of body
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9/20/11 carbohydrates Fats contains 4 C/gm CH0 contains 4 C/gm CHO is Carbon Hydrogen Oxygen
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9/20/11 Carbohydrates Sources : fruits, vegetable and whole grain Fruit: Orange- 62 Calories and 15 grams, so it 60C is 97% carbohydrates. Vegetable: Okra 1 serving 18C and 4 gram of CHO and 16C so it is 89% CHO
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9/20/11 Non/Nutrient dense Nutrient Dense foods refer to high level nutrition in them and low number of calories as broccoli- 1 cup is 46C, no fat in it, and 89% is CHO Non nutrient Dense carbohydrate, low amount of nutrients and high number of calories, e.g. recess peanut butter cups- serving is 250C, contains 14 g of fat. So its 126C 50%
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9/20/11 Micronutrients
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Micronutrients 3 different types: Vitamins, minerals and water They don’t provide no energy. Vitamins: can’t manufacture (make
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