Using information from your textbook for chapter 11 and the powerpoint slides, create a
meal plan for a marathon runner for the following time periods of race day weekend.
Include food choices that would be best options for a male or
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HLTH 120 Dietary Analysis
I was unaware of all the tools that are available to make tracking my diet
easier. I was able to simply set a goal weight, a personal calorie intake goal, and
a daily activity goal. The we
Studying medical terminology is like learning a new language.
Basic rules for building terms will help solve many different words.
Each chapter about a specific system will contain examples and
Understanding Medical Terms
You must be a
Welcome to HLTH 120: Nutrition
This course is held all online with the chapters presented in modules.
Each module will be open for one week and be due on Tuesdays and Fridays at
midnight according to the syllabus.
You will want to download the worksheet p
Organic substances needed in small amounts for regulation of various body
Fat-soluble and Water-soluble
Fat-Soluble - Vitamins A, D, E, K
May have precursors (provitamins)
Absorbed like fat, into lympha
What Is Alcohol and How Is It Made?
Alcohol is not an essential nutrient.
Ethanol is the type of alcohol consumed in alcoholic beverages.
Methanol (in antifreeze) and isopropanol (rubbing alcohol) are both poisonous to
HLTH 120 Nutrition
Using information from Chapter 8 in your book, complete the following chart with information on major minerals.
Regulation of fluid
substances such as
amino acids acros
What is Nutrition?
Nutrients: chemicalcompoundsinfoodstoprovidefuelforenergy(measuredinkilocalories),growth ,maintenanceand
What Is Weight Management and Why Is It Important?
Weight management: maintaining weight within a healthy range.
Healthy weight is one that doesnt increase the risk of developing weight-related health
problems and diseases.
Fats, Oils, and Other Lipids
Objectives for Chapter 5
Name the three types of lipids and describe their basic structure.
Describe the difference in structure and physical properties of saturated versus
unsaturated fatty acids.
Discuss the roles
Chapter 4: Carbohydrates
What Are Carbohydrates and Why Do You Need Them?
Found primarily in plant-based foods
Grains, vegetables, fruits, nuts, legumes
Carbohydrate-based foods are staples in numerous cultures around the world.
Most desirable form of ene
Life Cycle Nutrition
Pregnancy through Infancy
Objectives for Chapter 12
Summarize the stages of pregnancy and fetal development.
List three ways parents-to-be can improve pregnancy outcomes prior to conception.
Explain morning sickness.
Nutrition and Fitness
Objectives for Chapter 11
List the five basic components of fitness.
Name three benefits that physical fitness has on overall health.
Explain the four components of the FITT principle.
Describe how the intensity of exercis
Proteins and Amino Acids
Objectives for Chapter 6
Describe how proteins are created from amino acids.
Explain the process of protein digestion and absorption.
List three vital roles of protein in the body.
Calculate your personal protein needs.
1. Make a list of the foods you eat in 1 typical day, including the amount consumed.
2. In the chart below, list the food item, serving size, amount consumed, grams of fiber in 1 serving and then calculate the total grams of fiber
Chapter 15 Musculoskeletal System
1. Bones are composed of a type of connective tissue called osseous
2. Bones cells are called osteocytes.
3. The bones of a fetus are composed mainly of cartilage.
4. Immature bone cells called osteobl
Organs of the Cardiovascular System
Also called circulatory system
Maintains the distribution of blood throughout the body
Circulatory System Composed of Two Parts
Organs of the Urinary System:
1 urinary bladder
Anatomy & Physiology of the Urinary System
Also called genitourinary system.
Similar to a water filtration system.
Main function is to filter a
Part I: Skeletal System
Anatomy and Physiology of the Skeletal System
Bones (Osseous Tissue)
Hardest material in body.
Formed from gradual process before birth called ossification.
Fetal skeleton is formed from a cartilag
Male Reproductive System
Organs of the Male Reproductive System
Anatomy and Physiology of the Male
Male reproductive system is a co
Female Reproductive System
Reproductive organs are necessary for continuation of
Sperm joins ova.
Fertilization or impregnation.
Genitalia refers to both male and female reproductive
Female Reproductive System
CHAPTER 5FATS, OILS & OTHER LIPIDS
What the functions of fat in food and in our bodies? Be able to name at least five.
In your body fat is used:
-A protective cushion for bones, organs, and nerves.
-Insulation to maintain body temperature.
Fat in food: