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Mosby Ch 7 Nutrition

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(3) Diets (Stages of life diets)
growth, maintenance, senior (reproductive, lactation, work)
premium foods
require less food to meet daily requirements, produce less waste
generic foods
require more food to meet daily requirements, produce more waste
designer foods
homeopathic foods (all natural)
(3) prescription diets
Hills k/d (kidney disease), Hills h/d (heart disease), Hills l/d (liver disease),
(3) therapeutic diets
Hills w/d (weight management), Hills d/d (dermatological), Hills a/d (recovery)
Basic Nutrients
water, carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, minerals, vitamins
compounds that help regulate many vital body processes, including the digestion, absorption, and metabolism of other nutrients
Fat soluble vitamins
Vitamins K, E, A, D
main source of energy for the body, heat source, building block for other nutrients
heat source, provides insulation and protection for the body, energy source (2.25 times the energy than carbs)
corn, wheat, rice (sugars and starches)
fats, (oils, and waxes)
made of amino acids, building blocks for enzymes (and hormones), aids digestion
meats, meat by products
tongue, diaphragm, heart, esophagus, overlaying fat, nerves and blood vessels (flesh of slaughtered animals)
meat by products
lungs, spleen, kidney, brain, liver, blood, bone, stomach intestines (clean parts of slaughtered animals)
American Animal Feed Control Officals
amino acids
building blocks (chemical units) that make up proteins
(5) minerals
phosphorus, sodium, magnesium, potassium, calcium, (sulfur, chlorine) (substances the body cannot manufacture)