Are wheat allergy and gluten intolerance the same

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10. Are wheat allergy and gluten intolerance the same thing? Why or why not?11. If a woman weighs 220 pounds, we could calculate her fluid requirements. First, convert pounds to kilograms by dividing 220 pounds/ 2.2 pounds per Kg = 100 Kg. Next, multiply weight in Kg (100 kg) X 30 cc/kg = 3,000 cc. is her fluid requirement. Now, calculate the fluid requirement for a healthy woman who weighs 165 lbs. (Fluid requirement = weight in Kg. X 30 cc. Remember: First convert pounds to Kg. Divide pounds by 2.2 to do this.)Send your assignment to your UND instructor for grading.9 | P a g eUniversity of North DakotaNutrition & Foodservice Professional Training Program©2016
Assignment 11.3: Describe the Process of Digestion1.List the organs involved in digestion and the function of each one. Indicate whether each performs chemical (c) or mechanical (m) breakdown of foods. Review this information in Chapter 3 of your textbook.2.Which organ(s) help the body digest carbohydrate?3.Which organ(s) help the body digest protein?4.Which organ(s) help the body digest fat?5.What is the difference between digestion and absorption?Send the report to your UND instructor for grading.10 | P a g eUniversity of North DakotaNutrition & Foodservice Professional Training Program©2016
Assignment 11.4: Three Day Intake Record and ReviewYour Personal Food Diary: A way to understand what we choose to eat is to actually review what we are eating, by keeping a food record, or food diary. 1.Click on the and create a profile to save a record of your ownfood intake and exercise for three days. If you do not have your own personal computer,you can go to a public library or other place to do this assignment. This assignment mustbe completed using your phone or a computer and the internet. Remember youraccess or login to this information, as we will be returning to this assignment andwebsite in a future lesson for more detail on what you are eating. 1.Create a free account with either facebook or email by entering your account information on your phone app or your computer.2.You will get to the ‘Tell Us about Yourself’ page. Fill in all of the fields in order to get an accurate meal plan.3.You do notneed to include others on screen 3. Just by-pass and hit ‘Skip’4.You will then get to the screen ‘Your Suggested Fitness and Nutrition Goals’ 5.Print or take a screen shot and save - your nutrition and fitness recommendations including:a.Net Calories consumed per dayb.Carbohydratesc.Proteind.Fate.Fitness Goalsf.Calories burned/week g.Workouts/weekh.Minutes/workouti.Projected Weight loss per week – or other recommendation.6.Press ‘Get Started Now’ to get to the main page.7.Click on the ‘Home’ page from the blue bar at the top. Click on ‘Add Food’ (under the “YourDaily Summary” blue bar).8.Choose your meal, and click on Add Food.

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