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5. Refer to your All Nutrients Spreadsheets (Magn (mg) Column) . List a food source from your list that provided MAGNESIUM. B) Write a sentence or two that highlights an interesting fact or body function about MAGNESIUM that you didn’t know before taking this class. (1 point) Part A: Potatoes fries. Part B: Is associated with more then 300 enzymatic reactions. Is used during the synthesis of DNA, RNA, and body proteins during the transcription. 6. Refer to your All Nutrients Spreadsheets (Phos (mg) Column) . List a food source from your list that provided PHOSPHORUS. B) Write a sentence or two that highlights an interesting fact or body function about PHOSPHORUS that you didn’t know before taking this class. (1 point) Part A: Eggs. Part B: Is also an important component of cells and helps bones and teeth. Phospholipids give cell membranes their structure. 7. Refer to your All Nutrients Spreadsheets (Potas (mg) Column) . List a food source from your list that provided POTASSIUM. B) Write a sentence or two that highlights an interesting fact or body function about POTASSIUM that you didn’t know before taking this class. (1 point) Part A: Potatoes Part B: Potassium with sodium plays a key role in the contraction of the muscles including the heart. It also the conduction of nerve impulses. 8. Refer to your All Nutrients Spreadsheets (Sodium (mg) Column) . List a food source from your list that provided SODIUM. B) Write a sentence or two that highlights an interesting fact or body function about SODIUM that you didn’t know before taking this class. (1 point) Part A: Chicken bowl Part B: Sodium transmits nerve impulses and participates in muscle contraction also helps transport some nutrients. 9. Refer to your All Nutrients Spreadsheets (Zinc (mg) Column) . List a food source from your list that provided ZINC. B) Write a sentence or two that highlights an interesting fact or body function about ZINC that you didn’t know before taking this class. (1 point) Part A: Eggs Part B: Zinc helps the immune system to fight off invading bacteria and
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viruses. The body also needs zinc to make proteins and DNA. 10. Check your MyPlate Report and evaluate your intake of FRUIT compared to the recommendations. A) How much fruit should you be getting per day (in cups)? B) What percentage of this recommendation did you actually consume?
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  • Spring '12
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  • Magnesium, Dietary mineral, Nutrients Spreadsheets

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