Water and Minerals
Discuss the functions of water and the importance of maintaining the
body's water balance.
Compare the types and safety of drinking water from different sources.
Explain the concepts of fluid and electrolyt
Microbes and Food
estimates that each year roughly 1 in 6 Americans
(or 48 million people) gets sick, 128,000 are hospitalized,
and 3,000 die of food borne diseases
Food Borne Illn
The Proteins and
When you hear the word protein what do you think of?
Discuss the nature of proteins and amino acids.
Explain the processes of protein digestion and absorpti
Child, Teen, and
Discuss nutrient needs, dietary cautions, and
eating habits of early to middle childhood.
Summarize the nutrient needs of adolescents.
List benefits of the family meal.
Identify factors associate
The Lipids: Fats, Oils,
Phospholipids, and Sterols
Lipids are necessary and valuable
Valuable functions in body
Lipids can harm health
and trans fat and relationship
with cardiovascular disease
Three classes of lipids
Glycogen, and Fiber
Carbohydrates: An Overview
When you hear the word carb what do you think of?
What are carbohydrates?
Does our body need carbohydrate?
Nutrients composed of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen
Summarize the benefits of physical fitness.
Explain the importance and uses of glucose, fatty acids, and protein in
List steps to maintain glucose store.
State specific vitamins of considerati
Chapter 7 The Vitamins
Study Guide #3
Functions and Food Sources
Eta-carotene can be converted into Vitamin A in the body.
Orange pigment in foods
Active forms in the body
Vitamin A: milk dairy products
Study Guide Exam 1
Chapter 1 Food Choices and Human Health
Characteristics of Nutrition Quackery
Quackery misinformation, intentional or non-intentional
Too good to be true
Rapid and outrageous results claimed
Authority not cited, no specif
Chapter 6: American Indians (Native Americans): from conquest to tribal survival in
a postindustrial society
Chapter 6 begins with a vignette depicting a traditional Navajo ceremony for
a baby not yet born
o Somewhat similar to a baby shower; however, th
Chapter 4b industrialization and dominant-minority relations
De jure segregation (also called Jim Crow system)
o By law legal institutions back up segregation
o Segregation: minority status groups (and individuals)
forced to be separate from dominate gro
Chapter 7 Hispanic Americans: immigration, colonization, and intergroup
Hispanic Americans largest minority group (16.6% of total US population)
and is growing
o Mostly in west and south of US, but growing throughout the US
o Some Hispanic Am
Chapter 5- African Americans Post civil war
Civil rights movement- 50s 60s
Black power (and other minority status power) movement- 70s
De jure segregation initiated with Supreme Court Decision of Plessey v.
o De jure by law
1896 Plessey v Fer
Study guide chapter 4b
What are bureaucracies supposedly based on?
o BUREAUCRACIES SUPPOSEDLY BASED ON RATIONALITY
Is this always a reality?
o REALITY: BEUREAUCRACIES ARE NOT AS RATIONAL AS THEY
Why do middle management positions evolve?
o LARGE WORK
Chapter 9 Current Immigration
o Things that can be acquired, saved, used, passed down to new
generation (not necessarily for human capital) to develop other stuff
o Helps people to be productive in future
o Can include: labor,
Study guide, chapter 7
Is the percentage of Hispanic Americans declining, remaining the same, or
Can Hispanic groups be considered colonized or immigrant groups? Why?
The majority group wanted (and gained) _ and _ from Mexi
study guide chapter 8
- What does model minorities refer to?
CHINESE AND JAPANESE AMERICANS WHO ARE SUCCESSFUL, AFFLUENT, HIGHLY EDUCATED
PEOPLE WHO DO NOT SUFFER FROM THE PROBLEMS USUALLY ASSOCIATED WITH MINORITY
- What advantage do people f
study guide chapter 9, part A
- How have we defined capital? How have we defined human capital?
o THINGS THAT CAN BE AQUITED, SAVED, USED, PASSED DOWN TO NEW GENERATION TO
DEVELOP OTHER STUFF
o HELPS PEOPLE TO BE PRODUCTIVE IN FUTURE
o CAN INCLUDE
Study Guide for Final Exam Spring 2017
The final will be cumulative, although much of the test will focus somewhat more heavily on the
material covered since the last midterm. There will be some questions that have been taken
directly from the two earlier
Diet & Wellness Plus
3/12/17, 12:26 PM
| Intake vs. Goals
This report compares your actual dietary intake with the DRI goals for your Prole. Som
Ethnic Market Assignment
1.) Indian Bazaar 717 S. Harbor Blvd, Fullerton
Hours of operation: Monday-Sunday 10:30am-8:30pm
2.) Vegetable/Fruits I was unfamiliar with;
- Indian eggplant ; (Can be made into Bhurtha whic
Name: Gustavo Ramirez
Date: May 27, 2016
FINAL Supermarket Scavenger Hunt (50 points)
Part 1: You have one hour to find as many items as possible that match the criteria below: (Worth 1/2 point each)
1. Find a new fruit that you would like to try: - Fruit
Foods for Fitness
April 20, 2016
Nutrition Information Analysis
QuackWatch: The information on Quackwatch.com is founded by Dr. Stephan Barrett. It is
written by Dr. Barrett with the help of other M.D.s. Those who are concerned with health
October 29, 2016
Cultural Aspects of Food
Cultural Heritage Report
1.) The people that played a significant role in my life from my birth to the present moment
is my mother and step-father. Others immediately following after that is just m
Italian Culture and Cuisine
Staple gain/food: Tagliatelle is a flat noodle(most common). Pasta made w/ or w/o
eggs; hundreds of shapes; basil and oregano;
Primary religion practiced: Roman Catholicism
Primary staple grain / food: ol
Foods for Fitness 210
April 29, 2016
Nutrition Related Condition
Allergic reactions to chicken meat are rare. Chicken is often used in many healthy diets
and can be a delicacy. A few number of Americans are known to hold severe allergic re