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5 Matching questions

  1. Definition of DIET
  2. vitamins
  3. Complex carbs
  4. unsaturated fats
  5. fats
  1. a what you eat and drink every day
  2. b -longer supplies of energy
    -more complicated chemical structure than simple carbs
  3. c -contain no calories
    -provide no energy
    -necessary amount of vitamins for body earned through balanced diet
  4. d -form of stored energy
    -provides twice as much energy per ounce than carbs or proteins
    -contains greater amount of calories, gain more weight when eating
    -stores in tissues as secondary reserve energy supply
    -should be no more that 30% of daily caloric intake
    -liquid at room temperature, comes from vegetable fats

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. -absorbed and transported by fat
    -excess amount stored in fat cells
    -vitamins A, D, E, K
  2. -a carb your body cannot digest
    -receives no energy from it
    -tough, stringy part of fruit
  3. butter, beef, dairy
  4. muscles
  5. foods that contain some, but not all, essential amino acids.
    -come from plant sources

5 True/False questions

  1. proteins-organs compound made of amino acids
    -broken down by body into amino acids
    -body produces some of the amino acids it needs, the rest come from foods we eat
    -isnt stores in body, so intake should be daily


  2. Nutrients that contain caloriesCarbs, fats, proteins


  3. Functions of fats-taken in small amounts for growth/repair of body cells


  4. what is the "Recommended Dietary Allowances" (RDA)guidelines to follow to get the proper amount of vitamins, minerals, and calories to stay healthy based on sex, age, physical activity, etc.


  5. minerals-inorganic substances that the body cannot produce, so it comes from food
    -helps regulate important body processes such as bones absorbing calcium
    -provide no energy


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