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    Quiz, Thursday, March 1 Units 9, 10, 19, and 24 Lectures Feb. 15, 20, 22, & 27
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    Assignment Part I  Due Thursday, March 1 at 12:20 p.m. Please place your paper in the box in the entrance to Call auditorium Late papers will be docked 5% per day
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    Food (TG+C) FFA + MG + C Bile Duct HMG-CoA C BA TG HMG CoA Reductase VLDL LDL TG HDL C C Chylomicrons TG+C Chylomicron Remnants TG Hepatocyte Remnant Receptor SR-B1 Receptor LDL Receptor LDL Receptor Steroids Cell Membrane Peripheral cell Oxidized LDL Atherosclerotic plaques Adipocyte Oxidation Adipocyte C = Cholesterol TG = Triglyceride MG = Monoglyceride FFA = Free fatty acid BA = Bile acid BA + C G.I. Tract Cholesterol Metabolism in the Body
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    Strategies to Prevent Obesity Health care providers must counsel their obese patients Workplaces must offer healthy food choices Employers must provide opportunities for employees to be physically active on site Schools must offer more physical education Build more sidewalks, bike paths, etc Parents need to cut kids’ TV and computer time
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Dietary Supplements and Functional  Foods Required reading: Feb. 27: Nutrition Now : Unit 24 March 1: Nutrition Now : Unit 14
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    Focus of Nutritional Science Essential Nutrients Fat, cholesterol, sodium, fiber
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    Other dietary components may also  be beneficial to health: Plant sterols Organosulfur compounds Polyphenols Lycopene Inulin and fructo-oligosaccharides
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Dietary Supplement and Health  Education Act (DSHEA) Passed by congress in 1994 Created a new regime for the regulation of dietary supplements
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Dietary Supplement “A product (other than tobacco) intended to supplement the diet that bears or contains one or more of the following dietary ingredients: a vitamin; a mineral; a herb or other botanical; an amino acid; a dietary substance to supplement the diet by
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