FUNCTIONS OF MILK IN FOODS
COMPOSITION OF MILK
Milk is primarily water (87.4%)
This gives milk a near-neutral pH of 6.6
Lactose (milk sugar) is the primary carbohydrate found in milk
12 g per 8-ounce cup
Payback Period and Net Present Value [LO1, 2]
If a project with conventional cash flows has a payback period less than the projects life, can you definitively state
the algebraic sign of the NPV? Why or why not? If you know that the discounted payback per
RESPIRATORY SYSTEM (Chapter 16 & 17)
Fill in the missing organs of the respiratory system:
_ (air enters) nasal cavity _ (both air and food move
through) trachea _ (large tubes leading to both lungs) lungs.
TEST WEDNESDAY! Know all definitions, dates, names, information from the tour, and
career day with Dr. Feduccia.
The history of home economics is closely related to: the development of
education opportunities for women
o 1826= 1st public high s
HUEC 1000: 1/25
o Micro Environment
Near or that which you come in contact with on a
Changes each semester
Not the same for all
o Macro Environment
Far or global and affects the world
Both operate together
HUEC 1000: 1/23
Human Ecological System- Systems Approach
o The whole is greater than the sum of its parts
o Holistic view
An awareness of interrelationship and interdependency
of total universe and
HUEC 1000: 3/20
o Readiness for a Child
Emotional readiness (lack of sleep, emotions, postpartum
o Features of Parental Roles
Pressure to assume the role
Not always a voluntary decision
HUEC 1000: 3/27
The belief that consumers should make rational,
informed choices, and to take responsibility for their
Consumer: a person who acquires goods and services
for ultimate consumption or use by a person, fam
HUEC 1000: 4/8
Families in the Economy
o Historically a producing unit
We produced/constructed everything we had
o Presently a consuming unit
We buy everything we have
o Families are less concerned with romantic needs and more
concerned with economic n
Energy balance and weight control
1. Explain three primary uses of energy in the body.
2. Define thermic effect of food and non-exercise activity on basal metabolism.
3. Discuss positive and negative energy balance.
4. List body mass i
Test 1 Notes
-a generic name used for natural and man-made things
-fiber- is a pliable hair-like substance that is smaller in diameter in relation to its length
-staple-short fibers (cotton, linen, wool)
-filament- long fibers (silk, and manmade)
Nutrition and You
o Learning objectives
Define calorie, nutrient, carb, protein, fat, vitamin and mineral
Differentiate essential and nonessential nutrients
Differentiate water soluble and fate soluble vitamins
Name example of vitamins and minerals
Human Ecological System
Human Ecological System
Described as a system approach to the study of human ecology.
"The whole is greater than the sum of its parts"
Aristotle is credited with this basic Principle.
Holistic view- an awareness of inte
Too much fat (CHO) and protein are stored as fat in the body
20-35% recommended kcal from total fat
Saturated Fatty Acids
o Single bonds
o Carbons saturated with H and packed tightly together
o Solid at room temp
o No more than
US Bureau of Census- 1982
o Two or more persons living together and related by
blood, marriage, or adoption
AAFCS (American association for family & consumer
o group of two or more persons who share resources,
NUTRITION AND YOU
-Define calorie, nutrient, carbohydrate, protein, fat, vitamin, and mineral as related to
-Calorie= unit of energy that measures food, calories are not substance in food, calories
are not a nutrient, monitor calories to maintai
Monday April 16, 2012
Final Exam Material
Why man first began to wear clothes?
o Mosaic theory- Adam and Eve ate the forbidden fruit, felt immodest, and
covered their body.
Modesty is not the most important theory b/c concepts on modesty
1826- 1st public high school for women in Boston
Established the trend for the education of women
Federal legislation has strongly supported home economics program development
1862- Morrill Land-Grant Act
Federal government granted land to
JMP & Associates 2012
1. List four functions of protein in the human body.
2. Define amino acids as building blocks of proteins.
3. Differentiate essential/non-essential and
complete/incomplete and complementary proteins.
4. Explain protein quality.
Definitions, Trends, and
SCHOOL OF HUMAN ECOLOGY
List four physiological risks associated with
2. List three psychological risks associate
Define calorie, nutrient, carbohydrate, protein, fat,
Name examples of vitamins and minerals.
vitamin, and mineral as related to nutrition.
When given a intake (in grams) of carbohydrate,
Differentiate water soluble and f
Nutrition And You on moodle
What is nutrition to you?
To some people:
Its the affects on the body
The foods we eat
Whats in a food
Learning objectives: ?
Defined as, the study of foods and health
* Effects of food on body processes and life
Name and differentiate major and trace
Explain the function of seven major
Define osteoporosis, goiter, and iron
deficiency mineral disorders.
Define mineral toxicity.
Facts about Mine
Exam 1 is Wednesday
T-F, MC, and matching 50 questions, 2 bonus questions
Makeup Exam Friday nov. 22nd
#2 pencils and large scantron for exam
What to know
Nothing from day 1
A little on structure, curricula, organizations (day 2)
HUEC 1000 Families
Wednesday, October 16, 2013
Families: How they interact.
o US Bureau of Census- 1982
Two or more persons living together who are related by
BLOOD, MARRIAGE, or ADOPTION.
Narrow minded definition though its a legal one