final review

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Alcohol - pg 2: long term effects (middle two slides and bottom slides) - pg 3: moderate alcohol use and health (first slide) Vitamins - first slide: organic, don’t provide calories, two major categories: fat soluble/water soluble, in every food group - bottom two slides: fat soluble, can be storied indefinitely and can be toxic - vitamin storage: pg. 2…can be toxic - vitamin d is also a hormone (pg 4) - top of pg. 5: what can hormones do to effect calcium levels o bones, kidneys, and absorption - dietary recommendations: vitamin d in the skin - vitamin k: blot clotting, given at birth - vitamin e: antioxidant - water soluble vitamins: b vitamins and c - water soluble vitamins not stored, need to be included in diet daily - thiamin: beri-beri - niacin can treat high cholesterol - folate: pg. 5 - b12: intrinsic factor obesity - pg. 2 first 3 slides: all illness that can be related to obesity - pg. 8 middle slide changes in body fat obesity energy balance - what is energy balance - positive energy balance is normal during growth and pregnancy - pg. 3 first slide metabolic syndrome and abdominal obesity
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course BHS 105 taught by Professor Richmann during the Fall '07 term at Northeastern.

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