223review04 - Nutrition 223 Exam 4 Review PLEASE NOTE: when...

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Nutrition 223 Exam 4 Review PLEASE NOTE: when using this review to study, use it as a GUIDE. Everything presented in class lectures is subject to examination. Exam is worth 75 points. Approximately 75% of the questions will be multiple choice, matching and true/false, and 25% of the questions will be fill-in/short answer. I. Minerals- name the major and trace minerals a. Be able to describe the main functions, the main deficiency signs and symptoms, RDA/AI (range for adults, provided in class), toxicity issues (is there an UL value?) and at least 3 food sources for each mineral. *USE THE TABLES PROVIDED TO STUDY THIS INFORMATION. b. Some questions that you should be able to answer: i. What makes calcium absorption in the body so amazing? ii. How is peak-bone mass related to calcium intake? iii. What is osteoporosis? iv. How might soda intake during adolescence adversely affect bones? v. Describe the relationship between sodium and potassium intake and hypertension (HTN). vi.
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This note was uploaded on 01/16/2012 for the course NUTR 222 taught by Professor Heathergraham during the Fall '07 term at Truckee Meadows Community College.

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