Chapter 4 me - CHO recap #1 A male soccer player is...

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CHO recap #1 A male soccer player is explaining that during  competition he feels more tired and  fatigued/low energy than usual.  He was told to  eat a snack before the games, and so he has  been eating a bowl of cereal with milk and a  bottle of Gatorade about 2 hours before.   Explain why he may feel sluggish during the  game, even though he has been eating a pre- game snack?
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CHO recap #2 CHO are the main source of energy for activity.  A  distance runner who trains with you about 2hrs/day  was told by their doctor that their body fat needs to  be increased due to health complications.  How could  you change their workouts so they still are running  and still comply with the doctor?
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CHO recap #3 A female athlete wants to decrease her body weight  to improve her body composition.  She is debating  about low CHO during the off season because even  though she still works out, it is not as  hard/demanding as it is during the season.  What do  you think about the low CHO for weight loss during  the off season?
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FATS CHAPTER 4
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What are Fats? Lipid molecules Carbon Hydrogen Oxygen Hydrophobic –  water insoluble Lipophilic – fat  soluble
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What are Fats cont?. .. Provide energy source at rest or during light to  moderate exercise Provide essential fatty acids Adds flavor, texture and odors to foods Calorically dense nutrient that can meet high  energy needs – 9kcal/gram CHO and protein are converted to fat as stored  energy for later use 
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Lipid Classification 1. Triglycerides Most common type of  dietary lipid 2. Phospholipids Cell membranes Water and Fat soluble 3. Sterols Most common sterol -  cholesterol
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1. Triglycerides – Simple Fats Made of glycerol  backbone and 3 fatty  acids A. Glycerol Forms triglyceride  “backbone” of 3 carbon  molecules B. Three fatty acids Can be of different lengths
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Triglyceride Functions 98% of dietary fat Energy source and  reserve During rest and exercise
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This note was uploaded on 03/18/2012 for the course ACCT 515 taught by Professor ? during the Spring '10 term at Keller Graduate School of Management.

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