20 Fermentable Foods Trouble in Your Diet Directions

20 fermentable foods trouble in your diet directions

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Fermentable Foods: Trouble in Your Diet Directions: Before reading , in the first column, write “A” or “D,” indicating your agreement or disagreement with each statement. As you read, compare your opinions with information from the article. In the space under each statement, cite information from the article that supports or refutes your original ideas. Me Text Statement 1.Carbohydrates store energy.2.Gluten intolerance and FODMAPs sensitivity are related.3.Carbohydrates include sugars, starch, and cellulose.4.The main function of the small intestine is to absorb nutrients and minerals from food.5.The enzyme amylase works to break down all small sugars.6.Some common monosaccharides are glucose, galactose, and fructose.7.Only about 10% of adults are lactose-intolerant.8.Polyols are added to foods because they taste sweet.9.Fermentation in our small intestines produces hydrogen, carbon dioxide, and methane.10. Rice contains the compounds that people with FODMAP intolerance should avoid. 21
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3D Printers: The Next Print Revolution Directions: Before reading , in the first column, write “A” or “D,” indicating your agreement or disagreement with each statement. As you read, compare your opinions with information from the article. In the space under each statement, cite information from the article that supports or refutes your original ideas. Me Text Statement 1.Typical home workshop 3D printers are the size of a large refrigerator.2.A 3D printer prints one-dimensional lines one at a time.3.Typical 3D printers use plastics. 4.All plastics come from compounds obtained from petroleum.5.Polymers are large chain-like molecules composed of many repeating subunits of monomers.6.All of the monomers in a given polymer must be the same compound.7.Polylactic acid (PLA) is a polymer containing only carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen.8.3D printers require thermoplastic because it is soft and malleable when heated.9.Most plastics we use every day are thermoplastics.10. 3D printers are often used by engineers to produce prototypes. 22
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Air Travel: Separating Fact from FictionDirections: Before reading, in the first column, write “A” or “D,” indicating your agreement or disagreement with each statement. As you read, compare your opinions with information from the article. In the space under each statement, cite information from the article that supports or refutes your original ideas.MeTextStatement1.You are more likely to die in a car crash on the way to the airport than during an airplane flight.2.Fewer than 50% of those involved in plane crashes survive.3.The air pressure inside a flying airplane is the same as the air pressure on the ground below the plane.4.Air pressure at the top of Mount Everest is about half as much as air pressureat sea level.5.Your Eustachian tube is normally closed.6.Your ears pop when your Eustachian tube opens.7.It is physically impossible for the world’s strongest human being to open an airplane door during flight.8.Airplane windows are made of glass that is one inch thick.
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