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2.Fat free o‘Fat free’ products contain other ingredients that could be potentially harmful. oPossibly salt or sugar3.Light oil: oRefers to the flavor or color of the product. oIt does not mean less calories4.Sugar free: oThese products often contain sugar alcoholsoMay contain more calories 5.No sugar added oMany foods naturally contain natural sugaroDoes not mean a product is carbohydrate-free or calorie-free.6.Made with real fruits oMay not contain very much at alloYou must look for products that list a real fruits as the first ingredients. 7.Cholesterol free oCholesterol is only found in animal products!oThis claim is usually found on vegetable oils BUT vegetable oils do not contain cholesterol naturallyTotal calories consumed for breakfast: 240 + 40 + 140 = 420 calories
GEN195: SIMAR AZZAM, LAMA MUSA SPRING 2018 LESSON 1.4: SMOKING oTobacco: plant that can be smoked in cigarettes, pipes, or cigars 3 Key Components in Tobacco Tar: oGives the flavor oCauses cancer oLeads to discoloration of teeth oSame substance used to pave the roads Nicotine: oThe addictive component oCauses and increase in BP and HR- causes the good feeling oCauses withdrawal symptoms when stopped Carbon monoxide: oGas by product of smoking oReplaces oxygen in the body and leads to breathlessness and even death oSame gas produced by cars o
GEN195: SIMAR AZZAM, LAMA MUSA SPRING 2018 oTypes of smoking: 1.E-cigarettes: Ølook like cigarettesØhas lesser chemicalsØcontains nicotine Ømaybe safer2.Hookah: ØTobacco used is shisha ØOne session (30-45min) = smoking 1 pack of cigarettesØContains more chemicals, tar and carbon monoxide compared to cigarettesØMore harmful than cigarettes3.Dokha: ØMore harmful than cigarettes ØOne inhalation = 10 cigarettesvSmoking any form of tobacco, even in different ways is harmful to the health vShisha is the most harmful form of tobacco, followed by ‘dokha’ and cigarettes. 4.Secondhand smoke: ØPassive smoke, ETS-Environmental Tobacco Smoke ØIt is a mixture of gases and fine particles that include: oSmoke from a burning cigarette, cigar, or pipe that has been exhaled (breathed out) by people smoking ØComposed of nearly 4,000 different chemicals of which, 40+ can cause oLung Cancer oHeart diseases •Health effect in children: oSudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) oAcute respiratory infections (pneumonia) oMiddle ear disease oSevere asthma oCoughing & wheezing oSlowed lung growth
GEN195: SIMAR AZZAM, LAMA MUSA SPRING 2018 UNIT 2LESSON 2.1: OBESITY & BIOMETRICS •Causes of obesity: the result of in an imbalance in the energy equation: when ‘Energy in’ is more than ‘Energy out’oDietoPhysical inactivity oGeneticsoHormonal imbalanceoInadequate sleep and stress•Consequences of obesity: oCardiovascular diseases oType 2 DiabetesoHypertensionoSome cancers (breast, and colon)•Prevention: oLimit energy intake from total fatsoIncrease consumption of fruit, vegetables, & whole grainsoEngage in regular physical activity
GEN195: SIMAR AZZAM, LAMA MUSA SPRING 2018 •To assess obesity: 1.