2 Fat free o Fat free products contain other ingredients that could be

2 fat free o fat free products contain other

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2. Fat free o ‘Fat free ’ products contain other ingredients that could be potentially harmful. o Possibly salt or sugar 3. Light oil: o Refers to the flavor or color of the product. o It does not mean less calories 4. Sugar free: o These products often contain sugar alcohols o May contain more calories 5. No sugar added o Many foods naturally contain natural sugar o Does not mean a product is carbohydrate-free or calorie-free. 6. Made with real fruits o May not contain very much at all o You must look for products that list a real fruits as the first ingredients. 7. Cholesterol free o Cholesterol is only found in animal products! o This claim is usually found on vegetable oils BUT vegetable oils do not contain cholesterol naturally Total calories consumed for breakfast: 240 + 40 + 140 = 420 calories
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GEN195: SIMAR AZZAM, LAMA MUSA SPRING 2018 LESSON 1.4: SMOKING o Tobacco: plant that can be smoked in cigarettes, pipes, or cigars 3 Key Components in Tobacco Tar : o Gives the flavor o Causes cancer o Leads to discoloration of teeth o Same substance used to pave the roads Nicotine: o The addictive component o Causes and increase in BP and HR- causes the good feeling o Causes withdrawal symptoms when stopped Carbon monoxide: o Gas by product of smoking o Replaces oxygen in the body and leads to breathlessness and even death o Same gas produced by cars o
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GEN195: SIMAR AZZAM, LAMA MUSA SPRING 2018 o Types of smoking: 1. E-cigarettes: Ø look like cigarettes Ø has lesser chemicals Ø contains nicotine Ø maybe safer 2. Hookah: Ø Tobacco used is shisha Ø One session (30-45min) = smoking 1 pack of cigarettes Ø Contains more chemicals, tar and carbon monoxide compared to cigarettes Ø More harmful than cigarettes 3. Dokha: Ø More harmful than cigarettes Ø One inhalation = 10 cigarettes v Smoking any form of tobacco, even in different ways is harmful to the health v Shisha is the most harmful form of tobacco, followed by ‘dokha’ and cigarettes. 4. Secondhand smoke: Ø Passive smoke, ETS-Environmental Tobacco Smoke Ø It is a mixture of gases and fine particles that include: o Smoke from a burning cigarette, cigar, or pipe that has been exhaled (breathed out) by people smoking Ø Composed of nearly 4,000 different chemicals of which, 40+ can cause o Lung Cancer o Heart diseases Health effect in children: o Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) o Acute respiratory infections (pneumonia) o Middle ear disease o Severe asthma o Coughing & wheezing o Slowed lung growth
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GEN195: SIMAR AZZAM, LAMA MUSA SPRING 2018 UNIT 2 LESSON 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’ o Diet o Physical inactivity o Genetics o Hormonal imbalance o Inadequate sleep and stress Consequences of obesity: o Cardiovascular diseases o Type 2 Diabetes o Hypertension o Some cancers (breast, and colon) Prevention: o Limit energy intake from total fats o Increase consumption of fruit, vegetables, & whole grains o Engage in regular physical activity
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GEN195: SIMAR AZZAM, LAMA MUSA SPRING 2018 To assess obesity: 1.
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