NSD final review

NSD final review - NSD Review Notes 1. What is a complex...

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NSD Review Notes 1. What is a complex carbohydrate? (4 points) - Sea salt is the same thing as regular salt. - Salt is used as a preservative - Vitamin D- sunlight, food that contains vitamin d. Vitamin D is the most toxic of the fat soluble vitamins. - Volcano eruption (4.14.10)- No food for people or animals - Fluoride- too much of it turns in to acid. - Antioxidants- To decrease risk of cancer, don’t count on antioxidants. Eat whole foods. - US medical schools average 28+/-12 hrs of nutrition education Test Questions 1. Why do we put additives in food 2. Do they add nutrition 3. Do they help with freshness, make food more appealing. 4. Are they helpful for your health? 5. What causes most food illness in United States? How we as people handle the food is the problem 6. Look at the agency’s, USDA, food and drug and know responsibilities. 7. Hazard analysis of HAACP? Its impossible to inspect food from field to table and all points. So they found points from farm to table which are critical points. These people check these points 8. What microorganism is all over you? STAAF
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This note was uploaded on 01/17/2012 for the course NSD NSD 225 taught by Professor Sarahshort during the Spring '10 term at Syracuse.

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NSD final review - NSD Review Notes 1. What is a complex...

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