IBS and IBD
Nutrition for IBS
Establish regular eating habits and eat small, frequent meals.
Drink adequate amounts of fluids.
Follow an elimination diet for a week, then slowly reintroduce potential trigger foods one
by one and document y
Essential fats are fats that must be obtained through the diet.
Your body cant make them.
Fat is the storage form of energy.
It also functions in absorption and transportation of vitamins.
Types of fats:
Saturated: Straight chain
Carbohydrates and Sugars Notes
Carbohydrates can be stored throughout the body in the form of glucose.
Glucose is stored in the liver and muscles as glycogen.
We begin digesting carbohydrates in the mouth with the activation of salivary amylase.
Metabolism and Bioenergetics Study Guide
Metabolism: The change brought by food. The chemical and biochemical reactions
that occur in the body.
Pathways: The progression of metabolic chemical reactions.
Anabolic Pathways use energy to build compounds.
Diseases Study Guide
Type 1 Diabetes: An autoimmune condition where the body is attacking the
Theres no insulin, so sugar cant enter the cell.
You become insulin-dependent.
Results in hyperglycemia.
Symptoms: Weight loss,
Exam 2 Study Guide
What are immunoglobulins?
Antibodies made of proteins
If we dont get enough carbs for energy, what happens?
Our visceral protein is broken down to be used for energy
What does a negative nitrogen balance imply?
Breaking down protein ins
Exam 1 Study Guide
Which factors are important to keep in mind when planning a healthy diet?
Adequacy, Balance, Calorie control, moderation, variety
What does it mean when a label says trans-fat free?
Less than .5 g per serving of trans fat
What are two t
Dining Hall Tour Notes
1 cup of milk has 8 grams of protein.
1 cup of silk has 5 grams of protein.
Minute Maid juice in dining hall has a lot of sugar=doesn't count as fruit.
Wraps are equivalent to 3.5-4 slices of bread!
15 g CHO in 1 serving of grains.
Proximity Study Homework
Theres a well-used saying, out of sight, out of mind. Its true, and so is the
opposite notion-that when something is in front of you, youll think about it more often.
While this seems like an obvious notion, a study recent
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Digestion and Absorption
What is digestion?
The breaking down of food.
What is absorption?
Taking in of nutrients.
Why study the digestive system?
Diagnose problems, etc.
Mouth: Entry of food, partial breakdown from chewing.
The Mediterranean Diet
The Mediterranean diet is widely known as a model for healthy eating and better
quality of life. The extent of the impact of different kind of nutritional programs on longterm prognosis in diabetic patients with cor
Basics of Nutrition Notes
What is nutrition science?
Scientists and dieticians work together to develop studies that are well-designed,
controlled, and reviewed by experts.
Why study nutrition science?
Integration of sciences:
Effects of malnutrition.