1pp HUN 4221 Phos _ Mg 11 _Compatibility Mode_

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Announcements •E x a m I I – Posted grade includes +3 points – Reason 103 entered because Sakai required that highest grade be entered into system •a s tudent made 100 before 3 points added so highest possible grade was 103 – Posted grade not a % of 103 but actual points made including the +3 points. • Exam III Date Change- Wed April 20 th not Th 21 st • Quiz 6: Th March 17 th Mg, P, Cr
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Phosphorus 2011
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hosphorus: Good Sources Phosphorus: Good Sources est sources: high protein foods • Best sources: high protein foods • ~15 mg P/g protein ish Poultry Fish Meat
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hosphorus: Good Sources Phosphorus: Good Sources airy products provide • Dairy products provide only 20-30% of dietary P compared to 60-70% of Ca
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hosphorus: Other Sources Phosphorus: Other Sources •N u t s •L e gumes • Cereals rains • Grains • Chocolate • Coffee •T e a • Soft drinks
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hosphorus: Forms Phosphorus: Forms • Not usually found free in nature • Organic: bound to proteins, lipids, sugars, etc. • Inorganic: phytates (phytic acid) – Found in cereal grains: wheat, rice, corn – Beans, legumes, nuts
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Phosphorus as Phytic Acid Fig. 11-8, p. 443
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hytic Acid Phytic Acid hosphorus less available as phytate Phosphorus less available as phytate • When consumed with other minerals (Ca, Zn, Fe) – Phytates form complexes that bind the cations making them unavailable for absorption
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Table 11-5, p. 444
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ood Processing Increases Food Processing Increases Phosphorus 1 oz. naturally aged 1 oz. processed 1 oz cheese << cheddar cheese cheese spread 145 mg 211 mg 257 mg
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Foods High in Phosphorus Food Additives estructured meats Restructured meats • Processed and spreadable cheeses stant products Instant products • Refrigerator bakery products everages Beverages Uribarri and Calvo (2003)
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Phosphorus Content of Selected Beverages everage (12 oz) hosphorus (mg) Beverage (12 oz) Phosphorus (mg) Dr. Pepper 32 Coke 70 Diet Coke 56 Hawaiian Punch 173 Hires Root Beer 20 Mountain Dew Code Red 53 Nestea Cool 134 Nestea Diet Cool 159 Brommage (2005)
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Phosphorus in Dietary Supplements Myoplex ® Ready-to-drink formula – 936 mg P/pkg MET-Rx ® Protein Plus Bars – 200 mg P/bar
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Phosphorus in Dietary Supplements Creatine Monophosphate Pro Performance ® Creastack – 250 mg/tsp irections for use: Mix one heaping Directions for use: Mix one heaping teaspoon with 8-12 oz cold water or ice. Drink ervings daily for 5 days, juice. Drink 4 servings daily for 5 days, then maintain at 2 servings daily.
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Phosphorus Consumption Case dam is a freshman at UF and is Study Adam is a freshman at UF and is trying to gain some muscle mass. In addition to his usual meals, he is taking some supplemental bars and shakes and loading up on creatine and working out. How much phosphorus is he consuming per ay? day?
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dam’ s24- our Recall Adam s 24 hour Recall Meals Phos (mg) Breakfast: 1 cup milk, 1 cup breakfast cereal ~340 nack: MET x Protein Plus Bar 00 Snack: MET-Rx Protein Plus Bar 200 Lunch: 3 hot dogs, 1 Coke, chips ~300 Snack: Myoplex shake 936 Dinner: 9 oz Steak, potatoes, broccoli ~600 Snack: Myoplex shake 936 lus 4 servings Creastack throughout the day 000 Plus, 4 servings Creastack throughout the day. 1000 Total: 4312 mg P
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