You should be able to define and give examples of the following terms:
nutrient density, organic, malnutrition
*Nuturient desity-a muasure of the nutrients provided by a food relative to its
Ex: high nutrient density-skinless chicken breas
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BPK 110 Review Questions - Midterm
1. Dene and give examples of the following terms: essential nutrient, organic, malnutrition,
nutrigenomics, variety, balance, moderation.
essential nutrient: nutrients that
BPK 143 Chapter 12
Factors Governing The Selection of Fuels For Muscular Work
Carbohydrates and fats are the major fuels used during exercise. The
percentage utilization of fats, carbohydrates, and proteins in energy
metabolism during exercise depends on
BPK Chapter 7
Flexibility and Stretching
Flexibility is the range of motion (ROM) around the joint
Stretching is a component of exercise programs.
The benefits of stretching are:
o Joint health
o Reduction of low-back pain and injuries
o Athletic perfo
BPK 143 Chapter 3
Anteriorfront side of the body, also known as ventral.
Caudalin quadrupeds, the tail end (see inferior).
Cranialabove or near the head, also known as superior.
Distalfarthest end from the tru
BPK 143 Chapter 5
Pulmonary circulation is where deoxygenated blood is pumped from the heart
through the lungs and oxygenated blood is returned back to the heart.
Systemic Circulation is where oxygenated blood is pumped from the he
BPK 143 Chapter 11
No Room For Complacency
The reason for increased life expectancy over the last few centuries are:
o Improved sanitation
o Improved food safety
Notice that all three reasons presented in the above list decrease incidence
Chapter 4 BPK 143
Benefits of resistance training
Strength of bones
Tensile strength of ligaments and tendons
Thickness of cartilage
Muscle mass (hypertrophy)
Stamina (duration of effort before exh
BPK 143 Chapter 2 Principles of Physiologic Conditioning and Developing an
Physiologic conditioning refers to a planned program of exercise directed towards
improving the functional capacity of a particular bodily system.
These principles ar
BPK 143 Chapter 6
EnergyThe capacity or the ability to perform work. Energy is required for
muscle contraction and other biological work, such as digestion, nerve
conduction, secretion from glands, and so on.
PowerThe rate of change of
BPK 143 Chapter 1 Introduction to Fitness
Genotype describes the genetic constitution of an individual.
Phenotype of an individual organism describes one of its measurable traits or
characteristics (E.g. blue eyes or aggressive behaviour)
BPK 143 Chapter 13
Is Psychological Stress Related To Fitness?
I have stated that you cannot effectively discuss exercise without discussing
nutrition, as a exercise elicits positive hormonal responses, and we have seen
that proper nutrition is a key fac
Aging is a risk factor that no living thing can really escape from. Aging can be described
as decrease in life expectancy due to physiological and chronological change over time. There is
Nam. K EX
BPK201 Midterm #2
Duration: 50 minutes
Please ask if you do not understand a question
The exam is worth 20% towards the course total.
The marks for each question are given after the question. Try to apportion your time
Unit 1. Introduction to nutrition
This course is designed to help you:
understand some of the properties of the nutrients and
their major functions in the body
understand relations between nutrition & some diseases
assess your own &
Unit 4. CARBOHYDRATES
Main Questions to Answer:
What are the different types of carbohydrates?
What are the best food sources for carbohydrates?
How are carbohydrates digested and absorbed by the body?
How do carbohydrates function in the body?
Unit 4: Fats, Oils, and other Lipids
Main Questions to Answer:
What are some of the different types of lipids?
What are the best food sources for lipids?
How are lipids digested, transported, and absorbed
by the body?
How do they function in th
Unit 2. Nutritional planning & assessments
for foods and nutrients
Food guides and groups
A variety of foods from each group, and a balance
Case: Predict Movement after Surgery
A child with cerebral palsy has severe crouched gait due to spastic
muscles. Neurologists are planning on treating the spasticity by
injecting botulinum toxin into some muscles to selectively weaken