HLTH_213_Exam_One_Review_Feb_3_09 (1)

HLTH_213_Exam_One_Review_Feb_3_09 (1) - HLTH 213 Nutrition...

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HLTH 213 Nutrition ~ Exam #1Review – Dr. Pete LeRoy – 2/6/09 1. The sum total of all the energy required to power cellular processes and activities defines: 2. They are polysaccharides and serve as a major source of carbohydrate in the diet; food sources include grains, legumes, potatoes, and yams; they give foods some of their ‘sticky’ or moist properties: 3. The amount of energy required by the body just to sustain life defines: 4. The direct source of energy for all biological processes comes from a high-energy molecule called: 5. A physical condition marked by the point in time in which the work output or performance cannot be maintained defines: 6. This product is hundreds of times sweeter than sucrose; it is regulated by the Food and Drug Administration; and safe use of this product has come into question recently: 7. It is the process of chewing: 8. “…serves to break substances into very small globules so that they are more manageable in watery fluids [for digestion]” What is it? 9. Nutrition is the study of: Which of the following are reasons why we eat! A food item has 225 calories per serving; 75 of those calories are from fat. What percent of that serving is fat? 10. Saturated fat in the diet: 11. A food item has 175 calories per serving; 75 of those calories are from fat. What percent of that serving is fat? 12. Collagen is the material of scar tissue, ligaments, tendons, a component in artery walls and the matrix of bone, in
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