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NST 10 – Introduction to Human Nutrition University of California, Berkeley Fall 2011 Exam 1 Review INTRODUCTION AND NUTRITION GUIDELINES 1. Define essential nutrient, and what are the essential nutrients in our body? 2. What are the differences between fat-soluble and water-soluble vitamins? Give some examples of both. 3. What are the differences between major minerals and trace minerals? Give some examples of both. 4. The energy content of macronutrients: Carbohydrate = ______kcal/g Fat = ________ kcal/g Protein = _____ kcal/g Alcohol = _____ kcal/g 5. What are some general concepts of the Dietary Guidelines for Americans? Are these guidelines food-based or nutrient-based? 6. What are the food groups MyPyramid/MyPlate organized into? What does MyPyramid symbolize? 7. What does 3 oz of meat look like? 1 oz of grain? What size does a small fist or a baseball represent? 1
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8. What are discretionary calories? Give a few examples of foods that provide these calories. 9. What are the key things you should look for on a food label or Nutrition Facts panel when choosing foods? 10. What are the differences between structure and function, health and nutrient claims? What are the requirements for nutrient claims? Digestion 1. What are the accessory organs for digestion? 2.
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This note was uploaded on 09/28/2011 for the course NST 10 taught by Professor Amy during the Fall '08 term at Berkeley.

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