Lecture 8 Glucose

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Lecture 8: Glucose
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Colon
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Constipation
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Insoluble Fiber Swells Causes stretching of intestinal wall Causes movement Ingestion correlated inversely with cancer of Colon
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Sources of insoluble fiber Whole Grains
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Green Leafy Vegetables Sources of insoluble fiber
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Root Vegetables Sources of insoluble fiber
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Diarrhea One of major causes of death among children world wide
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Diarrhea and Dehydration 1. Thirst 2. Less frequent urination a. Urine is dark 3. Dry skin 4. Fatigue 5. Light-headedness Adult Symptoms
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Diarrhea and Dehydration 1.Dry mouth and tongue 2.No tears when crying 3.No wet diapers for 3 hours or more 4.Sunken abdomen, eyes, or cheeks 5.High fever 6.Listlessness or irritability 7.Skin that does not flatten when pinched and released Children
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1.Replenish water and electrolytes (the salts: potassium and sodium). 2.To maintain electrolyte levels, consume a. Broth or soups, which contain sodium b. Fruit juices, soft fruits, or vegetables, which contain potassium. 3. For children, rehydration supplements
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