1. Food labels express the nutrient content in relation to a set of standard values know as
Reference Dietary Intakes.
Recommended Dietary Intakes.
2. Which of the following is a feature of the
1. Refined grain products contain only the
2. The addition of calcium to some orange juice products is most properly termed nutrient
Multiple Choice 1. A document or electronic file used to record a client's history, assessment, treatment, and results of therapy is a(n) a. medical record. b. informal record. c. diagnosis. d. nutrition care plan. 2. Electronic data systems used to house
1. A _ diet is changed to meet the nutritional and medical needs of a client. a. modified b. standard c. progressive d. liquid 2. To meet the specific needs of a client, a modified diet can be adjusted by a. excluding certain foods. b. cha
01. Nutrient dense refers to foods that
carry the USDA nutrition labeling.
are higher in weight relative to volume.
provide more nutrients relative to kcalories.
contain a mixture of carbohydrate, fat, and protein.
02. Which of
Multiple Choice 1. Gastrointestinal surgeries can most profoundly affect nutritional status by impairing: a. digestion and absorption. b. metabolism. c. emotional health. d. none of the above
2. Maisie Green is a frail, elderly widow who lives in a nursin
Personal Workout Plan Guidelines
Objective: You will design and implement a 4-day workout program for yourself. You are
expected to demonstrate your knowledge of proper exercises and techniques that we
have done in class, but feel free to integrate your o
Multiple Choice 1. Which of the following is a characteristic of vitamins? A. Provide energy B. Become structural components of the body C. Enable chemical processes in the body D. Are made in sufficient quantities by the body 2. Minerals can A. provide e
Module 3 Study Guide Muscular Fitness
Define muscular fitness.
Understand the difference between muscular strength and endurance.
What is muscle hypertrophy?
Name 3 benefits of resistance training.
What are the challenges to muscular fitness?
What is the
Nutrition Screening and Assessment
o Analysis of the nutrition status of an individual
o Used to determine nutrition diagnosis
o Serve as benchmarks to measure effectiveness
Fiber and Sweetner Notes
Dietary Fiber Undigested starchpolysaccharides
o Insoluble fiber:
Not fermented by the bacteria in the colon
plant cell walls; monosaccharides connected in long chainsno branching
Occurs in veg, fruit , le
Functions of Chemicals in Body
Functions of Insulin
o Secreted when blood glucose increases
o Promotes glycogen synthesis
o Increases glucose uptake by the cells
o Reduces gluconeogenesis
o Net effect: lowers blood glucose
Functions of Glucagon
o Recommended amount is 130 grams/day for adults
This is considered a minimum amount
o Average U.S. intake is 180-330 grams
o Recommendations vary
FNB: 45%-65% of total calories
Nutrition Facts panel: Daily v
Sweetners and Digestion Notes
o First produced in 1879
o 180-200x sweeter than sucrose
o No potential risk in humans
o Sweet n Low
Aspartame (Equal, NutraSweet)
o Composed of phenylalanine, aspartic acid, and methanol
o 180-200x sweete
Diagnostic Test and Procedures
o Clinical laboratory tests
o Tests that measure electrical activity of body (EEG, EMG, ECG)
o Tests using radioisotopes (radionuclides)
o Endoscopy procedures
o Ultrasound procedures
o Menu planning
o Food selection
o Food preparation and delivery
Systems to limit costs and minimize errors
o Food safety
Hazard Analysis and Critical
Nutrients and Diets
o USDA Food Guide
o Recommended amounts
o Notable nutrients
o Nutrient density
What Food Requires a Label?
o Nearly all packaged foods and processed meat products
o Foods making a health claims
o Fresh fruit, ve
Nutrition Assessment Notes
Nutrition Assessment Overview
o Collected through patient interview
Previous nutrition education & therapy
Availability of resources
Simple CHO: Monosaccharides Glucose
o Also known as dextrose
o In bloodstream called blood sugar
o Results from diet:
breakdown of polysaccharides and disaccharides
o Results in body:
From breakdown of glycogen storage in muscle an