The process of using food and its substances to help your body have energy, grow, develop, and work properly.
The substances in food that your body needs to build new tissue, repair damaged cells, and produce energy.
What do nutrient needs depend on?
A person's age, gender, general health, and level of activity.
Units of heat that measure the energy used by the body and the energy that foods supply to the body.
The physiological desire for food.
Th physical need for food.
Having a shortage of any nutrient.
What are some energy providing nutrients?
Carbohydrates, proteins, and fats.
The parts of furits, vegetables, grains, and beans that your body cannot digest.
Provide energy for the body. Two types.
Sugers that provide a short burst of energy.
Starches that provide a long burst of energy.
Build, repair, and maintain cells and tissues. Two types.
Foods that contain all nine of the essential amino acids repsonsible for building proteins.
Foods that lack some of the essential amino acids responsible for building proteins.
Promotes healthy skin and normal cell growth. Two types.
Fats that are solid at room temperature.
Fats that are liquid at room temperature.
Substances that help your body fight infections. Two types.
Vitamins that dissolve in fat and can be stored in one's body fat until they are needed.
Vitamins that dissolve in water and cannot be stored so you need to consume them.
Elements that help form healthy bones and teeth as well as regulate certain body processes.
What is the most important nutrient?
What percent of your body weight is water?
The way you see yourself.
More than the appropriate weight for gender, height, age, growth pattern, and body frame.
Less than the appropriate weight for gender, height, age, growth pattern, and body frame.
Extreme and damaging eating behaviors that can lead to sickess and even death.
Self starvation leading to extreme weight loss.
Person eats a large amount of food and then tries to purge or vomit.