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5 Matching questions

  1. proteins
  2. Process of digestive system breaking carbs into glucose
  3. T/F: no single food provides all needed nutrients
  4. essential amino acids
  5. trans fats
  1. a breaks complex carb into glucose (simple sugar) which is absorbed in bloodstream and transported to liver, then it distributes it throughout the body (glucose = energy source). what you don't need goes to liver to store. then body gets it from liver when needed.
  2. b false
  3. c amino acids that come from food, not our body
  4. d -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
  5. e saturated fats mixed with chemicals

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. -taken in small amounts for growth/repair of body cells
  2. -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
  3. -solid at room temperature, comes from animal fats
  4. muscles
  5. foods that contain some, but not all, essential amino acids.
    -come from plant sources

5 True/False questions

  1. complex carbs are found in...starches


  2. fat-soluble vitamins-dissolve in water in blood and carried to cells throughout the body
    -is not stored in body. excess goes to urine
    -^so daily intake is necessary
    -Vitamins C AND B complex


  3. calcium-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


  4. Nutrients that contain no caloriesVitamins, minerals, water


  5. What are simple carbs?- a short term supply of energy (sugars)