Nutrition - 1. 2. 3. 4. Class notes Nutrition: the study of...

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Class notes 1. Nutrition: the study of nutrients and their role in the body 2. Nutrients: chemical substance needed for energy, growth and repair, and physiological function 3. 6 classes of nutrients a. Carbohydrates( produced from plants during photosynthesis; ex. Glucose) a.i. Ethyl alcohol a.ii. fibers b. Lipids (2 essential fatty acids) b.i. Legaleg b.ii. Legolenic c. Proteins c.i. We usually have 9 until we reach puberty, then we would have 8 c.ii. Created with amino acids d. Vitamins ( we have 13 or more) e. Minerals ( we have 20 or more) f. Water (one water) g. We have 50 or more nutrients put together 4. Nutritional labeling a. Intro a.i. 1906: pure food drug act a.i.1. Clarified person who sold to responsible a.ii. 1938: Food drug and cosmetic act a.ii.1. Name of product specified on material a.ii.2. Name and address of origin a.ii.3. Net measure (what you could eat out of what you bought) a.ii.4. Ingredients in order of descending predominance a.ii.4.a. If food passed the “standard of identity” then was
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This note was uploaded on 01/26/2012 for the course BIOL 1400 taught by Professor Professorr.slobodnik during the Fall '09 term at Macomb Community College.

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Nutrition - 1. 2. 3. 4. Class notes Nutrition: the study of...

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