FCS_311_-_Final_exam_study_guide

FCS_311_-_Final_exam_study_guide - FCS 311 Nutrition Study...

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FCS 311 – Nutrition Study Guide Final Exam Chapter 12 – The Major Minerals ** Water and fluid balance will not be on the exam Minerals covered in this chapter: sodium, chloride; potassium; calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, sulfur For each of the minerals, know: their main functions, deficiency disease and/or symptoms, RDA or AI, and significant sources (p 426) Hypertension Sodium and its relationship to hypertension Which foods contain higher amounts of sodium? How can you cut back on sodium? Ways to prevent or control high blood pressure How is calcium balance achieved? Osteoporosis; Risk factors; Types of; What role does calcium play? How can you prevent it? Chapter 13 – The Trace Minerals Minerals covered in this chapter: iron, zinc, iodine, selenium and fluoride. **The other minerals in this chapter will not be on the exam.** (p 464) For each of these minerals, know: their main functions, deficiency disease and/or symptoms, RDA or AI, and significant sources The steps in iron absorption; Which factors enhance iron absorption? Inhibit
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course FCS 311 taught by Professor Knight during the Spring '08 term at University of Mississippi School of Law.

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