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12 terms
Science- Food and Nutrition
Nutrients
Energy
Carbohydrates
fats
substances found in food that help your body grow and develop
ability to do work
a nutrient that provides the main source of energy to the body
a nutrient which provides an extra supply of energy
Nutrients
substances found in food that help your body grow and develop
Energy
ability to do work
12 terms
Science - Food and Nutrition
fat
nutrient
yeast
metabolism
refers to a group of nutrients that provide energy and buildi…
a chemical in food that helps keep organisms alive and active
a single - celled organism in the fungus kingdom; we use it t…
the process of breaking down food to yield energy to keep org…
fat
refers to a group of nutrients that provide energy and buildi…
nutrient
a chemical in food that helps keep organisms alive and active
9 terms
Science - Food and Nutrition
fat
nutrient
minerals
carbohydrate
refers to a group of nutrients that provide energy and buildi…
a chemical in food that helps keep organisms alive and active
a naturally occurring solid that can form by inorganic proces…
a group of nutrients that provide energy: sugars and starches
fat
refers to a group of nutrients that provide energy and buildi…
nutrient
a chemical in food that helps keep organisms alive and active
39 terms
Science - Food and Nutrition
yeast
How many different nutrients does the…
Name the 7 groups of nutrients
Why does the body need carbohydrates?…
a single - celled organism in the fungus kingdom; we use it t…
7
Carbohydrates,... Dietary Fibre,... Proteins,... Lipids (Fats and oils…
Used for providing energy. Eg Cereals, bread, pasta, rice and…
yeast
a single - celled organism in the fungus kingdom; we use it t…
How many different nutrients does the…
7
12 terms
Food Science & Nutrition Review
Nutrition
Food Science
Bile
Acid
the process of providing or obtaining the food necessary for…
the study of the physical, biological, and chemical makeup of…
Substance made by the liver to break down fats
Chemical that digests proteins in the stomach
Nutrition
the process of providing or obtaining the food necessary for…
Food Science
the study of the physical, biological, and chemical makeup of…
53 terms
Food Science - Nutrition Facts
Sources of Protein
Results in Protein Deficiency
Functions of Fat
Sources of Fat
meat, fish, eggs, milk, cheese, cereal, pulses, some nuts
poor growth, slow healing
storing energy, insulates body, protect orangs and bones, pro…
meat, oily fish, dairy, oils, nuts, seeds, egg yolk, margarine
Sources of Protein
meat, fish, eggs, milk, cheese, cereal, pulses, some nuts
Results in Protein Deficiency
poor growth, slow healing
144 terms
nutrition, wellness, and food science
Bulimia
Ways bulimic will flush food
Health issues of bulimic
Treatment methods of bulimia
eating disorder similar to anorexia; views body as unattracti…
vomiting, excessive exercise, diet pills, laxatives, ipecac,…
anemia, weakness, muscle and heart problems, dehydration, mal…
group psychotherapy and low doses of anti psychotic medications
Bulimia
eating disorder similar to anorexia; views body as unattracti…
Ways bulimic will flush food
vomiting, excessive exercise, diet pills, laxatives, ipecac,…
8 terms
Nutrition & Food Science
microorganism
beneficial microorganism
spoilege microorganism
pathogenic microorganism
tiny organism which can be seen individually using a microscope
serves needed functions in the body or environment
causes food to spoil,giving an off flavor , oder or appearanc…
harmful bacteria , viruses or parasites which cause deseases
microorganism
tiny organism which can be seen individually using a microscope
beneficial microorganism
serves needed functions in the body or environment
25 terms
5th Grade Science-Food and Nutrition
Indicator
Calorie
Adipose Cell
Calcium
Any of various substances, such as brown paper that indicates…
a unit of heat; a measure of the energy in food
cells composed of fat
A mineral that is essential for bone growth and teeth develop…
Indicator
Any of various substances, such as brown paper that indicates…
Calorie
a unit of heat; a measure of the energy in food
22 terms
Food Science Midterm- Nutrition
Hunger
Normal BMI
How often are new dietary guideline is…
appetite
The physiological need to eat, experience as a drive to obtai…
20-25
every 5 years
the psychological desire to eat
Hunger
The physiological need to eat, experience as a drive to obtai…
Normal BMI
20-25
29 terms
Food Science - Nutrition Review
Saturated fat
Trans fat
HDL
Cholesterol
Typically solid at room temperature; including butter, animal…
Fat produced when oils are turned into solids in food product…
the "good" cholesterol
A fat-like substance that helps transport fatty acids; needed…
Saturated fat
Typically solid at room temperature; including butter, animal…
Trans fat
Fat produced when oils are turned into solids in food product…
12 terms
Science Midterm - Food & Nutrition
Energy
Calories
Six Nutrients
Simple Carbohydrate
is the ability to do work
the measurement of energy in food
carbohydrates, fats, proteins, vitamins, minerals, and water
are known as sugars
Energy
is the ability to do work
Calories
the measurement of energy in food
16 terms
Foss Science Food & Nutrition
Acid
Fats
Food
Nutrient
A chemical that has a characteristic sour taste
A group of nutrients that provide energy and building blocks…
Anything that people eat that provides energy and allows them…
A chemical found in food that helps keep an organism alive an…
Acid
A chemical that has a characteristic sour taste
Fats
A group of nutrients that provide energy and building blocks…
247 terms
Food & Nutrition Sciences
Name the optimal growing conditions fo…
Describe the Handbook 8.
Name the types of moist heat cooking.
Name the two classes of essential fatt…
Neutral pH... Moisture... Warm temperature
A USDA publication listing nutrition content of all foods on…
Stewing ... Braising... (Indicated for the least tender cuts of mea…
Linoleic acid: veg oils especially safflower, corn, and soy... L…
Name the optimal growing conditions fo…
Neutral pH... Moisture... Warm temperature
Describe the Handbook 8.
A USDA publication listing nutrition content of all foods on…
131 terms
Food and nutrition sciences
Gastrointestinal
Peptic ulcer
Mucous membrane
Stomach lining
Thuộc dạ dày, ruột
Viêm đường tiêu hoá
Màng nhầy ( trong lỗ mũi, dạ dày)
Lớp tráng dạ dày
Gastrointestinal
Thuộc dạ dày, ruột
Peptic ulcer
Viêm đường tiêu hoá
54 terms
Food Science & Nutrition Exam 1
5 Major Categories Food can Cause Harm
Which of the 5 major categories is the…
Do fresh foods contain more or less mi…
Food Preservation
1.) Harmful microbes... 2.) Natural toxicants... 3.)Environmental c…
Harmful microbes = 95% of the reason for food being unsafe; t…
Fresh foods contain MORE harmful microbes than processed foods.
reduces chances of spoiling food.... - FRESH food more likely t…
5 Major Categories Food can Cause Harm
1.) Harmful microbes... 2.) Natural toxicants... 3.)Environmental c…
Which of the 5 major categories is the…
Harmful microbes = 95% of the reason for food being unsafe; t…
11 terms
Science: food and nutrition
What are the five nutrient groups?
What is the role of carbohydrates?
The foods under the carbohydrate group.
What is the role of fats?
Carbohydrates, protein, lipids, vitamins and minerals.
They are made up of simple sugars linked together and they ar…
cereal, rice, fruit
Source of energy and essential fatty acids.
What are the five nutrient groups?
Carbohydrates, protein, lipids, vitamins and minerals.
What is the role of carbohydrates?
They are made up of simple sugars linked together and they ar…
50 terms
Nutrition and Food Science
Pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, sew…
2000 calories
Nutrient density
Vitamin D
Organic foods are grown without
Percent daily values that appear on food labels are based on…
The number of nutrients in a food, relative to the number of…
Milk is most often fortified with this vitamin
Pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, sew…
Organic foods are grown without
2000 calories
Percent daily values that appear on food labels are based on…
153 terms
NUTRITION&food SCIENCE
Nutrition
Staple foods
Cuts and burns
Table etiquette
A science
These are foods
Name 2 types of common
What is considered curtesy
Nutrition
A science
Staple foods
These are foods
12 terms
Science - Food and Nutrition
fat
nutrient
yeast
metabolism
refers to a group of nutrients that provide energy and buildi…
a chemical in food that helps keep organisms alive and active
a single - celled organism in the fungus kingdom; we use it t…
the process of breaking down food to yield energy to keep org…
fat
refers to a group of nutrients that provide energy and buildi…
nutrient
a chemical in food that helps keep organisms alive and active
11 terms
Science- Food and Nutrition
Nutrients
Energy
Carbohydrates
fats
substances found in food that help your body grow and develop
gives you the ability to move
a nutrient that provides the main source of energy to the body
a nutrient which provides an extra supply of energy
Nutrients
substances found in food that help your body grow and develop
Energy
gives you the ability to move
249 terms
Food and Nutrition Science
Describe the difference between egg yo…
Describe why erythorbate is used as an…
Name the department responsible for in…
Describe irradiation of meat.
Yolk = fat soluble vitamins, cholesterol, less protein, iron.…
It prevents nitrite from forming nitrosamine (a cancer causin…
Meat and poultry = USDA Fish = US Dept. of Commerce
Cold sterilization that breaks up bacteria DNA so it cannot r…
Describe the difference between egg yo…
Yolk = fat soluble vitamins, cholesterol, less protein, iron.…
Describe why erythorbate is used as an…
It prevents nitrite from forming nitrosamine (a cancer causin…
8 terms
Lulu Science Food Nutrition
Carbohydrates
3 types of carbohydrates
Sugar examples
Starches examples
Are the body's main source of energy
Sugar, starches, fiber
Found in milk, fruit, table sugar, candy
Found in bread, crackers, pasta
Carbohydrates
Are the body's main source of energy
3 types of carbohydrates
Sugar, starches, fiber
21 terms
Flashcards Food Nutrition/science
Annual Percentage Rate (APR)
Bake ware
Convection Oven
Cook ware
by law, lenders must state the APR
equipment for cooking food on an oven
has a fan that circulates heated air and cooks food
equipment used for cooking food on a range
Annual Percentage Rate (APR)
by law, lenders must state the APR
Bake ware
equipment for cooking food on an oven
49 terms
Science food nutrition
Mouth
Enamel
Molar
Canine
The organ which breacks down the food to fit in the oesophugus.
The outer white covering of the teeth
A teeth located at the end of your mouth
A teeth made to rip meat, located at the front of the mouth
Mouth
The organ which breacks down the food to fit in the oesophugus.
Enamel
The outer white covering of the teeth
77 terms
Nutrition and Food Science
Consequences
Infancy, toddler preschool, school age…
Enviornment
Lamps
Results
Child development includes 5 stages
The air, water, minerals
This is the most common type of nonstructural lighting
Consequences
Results
Infancy, toddler preschool, school age…
Child development includes 5 stages
12 terms
Science - Food and Nutrition
fat
nutrient
yeast
metabolism
refers to a group of nutrients that provide energy and buildi…
a chemical in food that helps keep organisms alive and active
a single - celled organism in the fungus kingdom; we use it t…
the process of breaking down food to yield energy to keep org…
fat
refers to a group of nutrients that provide energy and buildi…
nutrient
a chemical in food that helps keep organisms alive and active
9 terms
Science - Nutrition and food definitions
Photosythesis
Radiant energy
Chemical energy
Primary consumer
Process whereby green plants are able to produce glucose/thei…
Type of energy that the sun emits
Type of energy stored in glucose
Also known as a herbivore as they eat plants
Photosythesis
Process whereby green plants are able to produce glucose/thei…
Radiant energy
Type of energy that the sun emits
19 terms
Science food and nutrition
metabolism
carbon dioxide
vitamin C
chemical reaction
The process of breaking down food to yield energy to keep org…
colorless and odorless gas in the atmosphere.... (evidence measu…
essential acid in human nutrition.
a change that occurs as a result of mixing two or more materi…
metabolism
The process of breaking down food to yield energy to keep org…
carbon dioxide
colorless and odorless gas in the atmosphere.... (evidence measu…
20 terms
Science food and nutrition
Nutrients
Calorie
Glucose
Fiber
The substance found in food that provide the raw material and…
The amount of energy needed to raise the temperature of one g…
The major source of energy for your body's cells
A complex carbohydrate found in plant foods; helps keep diges…
Nutrients
The substance found in food that provide the raw material and…
Calorie
The amount of energy needed to raise the temperature of one g…
14 terms
Food science nutrition
Nutrient
Most common nutrient
Carbs
Fats
A chemical substance that keeps your body healthy and free of…
Water
Provide the body's main source of energy
Provide a source of stored energy as well as insulation for t…
Nutrient
A chemical substance that keeps your body healthy and free of…
Most common nutrient
Water
10 terms
Nutrition (Food Science)
Free
Low
Percent Fat-Free
High
Describes a food that contains no amount of or only a trivial…
Describes the amount of a dietary component in a food... For exa…
Describes a product that is a low-fat or a fat-free product.…
Describes a food with 20% or more of the Daily Value for a pa…
Free
Describes a food that contains no amount of or only a trivial…
Low
Describes the amount of a dietary component in a food... For exa…
201 terms
Food and Nutrition Science
Describe the difference between egg yo…
Describe why erythorbate is used as an…
Name the department responsible for in…
Describe irradiation of meat.
Yolk = fat soluble vitamins, cholesterol, less protein, iron.…
It prevents nitrite from forming nitrosamine (a cancer causin…
Meat and poultry = USDA Fish = US Dept. of Commerce
Cold sterilization that breaks up bacteria DNA so it cannot r…
Describe the difference between egg yo…
Yolk = fat soluble vitamins, cholesterol, less protein, iron.…
Describe why erythorbate is used as an…
It prevents nitrite from forming nitrosamine (a cancer causin…
16 terms
The science of nutrition and food labeling
case(individual) study
epidemiological(population) study
cohort study
intervention(clinical) study
observational, about an individual, good for clinical teachin…
observational, involve large population groups, do NOT prove…
type of EPID study, involves large groups with something in c…
experimental, design in which you have experimental and contr…
case(individual) study
observational, about an individual, good for clinical teachin…
epidemiological(population) study
observational, involve large population groups, do NOT prove…
24 terms
Science: Food, Nutrition, and Digestion
peristalsis
mechanical digestion
chemical digestion
nutrient
The smooth contractions that keeps food moving towards the st…
The physical break up of food... i.e. chewing
The chemical break down of nutrients
The substances in food that provide the raw materials and ene…
peristalsis
The smooth contractions that keeps food moving towards the st…
mechanical digestion
The physical break up of food... i.e. chewing
195 terms
Nutrition and Food Science #1
a glass of milk contains calcium.
True
dietary supplements do not offer all t…
Phytochemicals
A glass of milk is more nutrient dense than a can of soda bec…
Foods are fortified to help eliminate nutrient deficiencies.
It is better to meet your vitamin C needs with an orange than…
Plant chemicals that have been found to promote health, but a…
a glass of milk contains calcium.
A glass of milk is more nutrient dense than a can of soda bec…
True
Foods are fortified to help eliminate nutrient deficiencies.
117 terms
Food Science and Nutrition Composition of foods.
% Water of Fruits and Vegetables
What components make up fruits and veg…
Mineral in fruits and vegetables
Major vitamins in fruits and vegetables
70-93%
Water, Carbs (Digestible and Indigestible) Vitamins, Minerals
Calcium in Oranges and some greens
Vitamin A, C, and some B
% Water of Fruits and Vegetables
70-93%
What components make up fruits and veg…
Water, Carbs (Digestible and Indigestible) Vitamins, Minerals
249 terms
Food and Nutrition Science
Describe the difference between egg yo…
Describe why erythorbate is used as an…
Name the department responsible for in…
Describe irradiation of meat.
Yolk = fat soluble vitamins, cholesterol, less protein over…
It prevents nitrite from forming nitrosamine (a cancer causin…
Meat and poultry = USDA ... Fish = US Dept. of Commerce
Cold sterilization that breaks up bacteria DNA so it cannot r…
Describe the difference between egg yo…
Yolk = fat soluble vitamins, cholesterol, less protein over…
Describe why erythorbate is used as an…
It prevents nitrite from forming nitrosamine (a cancer causin…
50 terms
Nutrition & Food Science FCCLA
Organic foods are grown without?
Percent Daily Values that appear on fo…
The number of nutrients in a food, rel…
Milk is most often fortified with whic…
Pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, sewage sludge, GMOs, ioniz…
2,000 calories
Nutrient Density
Vitamin D
Organic foods are grown without?
Pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, sewage sludge, GMOs, ioniz…
Percent Daily Values that appear on fo…
2,000 calories
21 terms
Food Science and Nutrition Measurements
2 drops or pinches
1 tablespoon
1 pint
1 cup
dash or...
3 teaspoons or...
2 cups or....
16 tablespoons or...
2 drops or pinches
dash or...
1 tablespoon
3 teaspoons or...
144 terms
nutrition, wellness, and food science
Bulimia
Ways bulimic will flush food
Health issues of bulimic
Treatment methods of bulimia
eating disorder similar to anorexia; views body as unattracti…
vomiting, excessive exercise, diet pills, laxatives, ipecac,…
anemia, weakness, muscle and heart problems, dehydration, mal…
group psychotherapy and low doses of anti psychotic medications
Bulimia
eating disorder similar to anorexia; views body as unattracti…
Ways bulimic will flush food
vomiting, excessive exercise, diet pills, laxatives, ipecac,…
75 terms
Nutrition and Food Science 100
Nutrition
Nutrient actions in the body..
Why is nutrition classified as a scien…
Scientific Method
The science of food and the nutrients they contain
- Ingestion... - Digestion... - Absorption... - Transport ... - Metabolis…
1. It uses the scientific method to uncover unknown nutrition…
- Observations ... - Formulate Hypothesis ... - Test Hypothesis ... -…
Nutrition
The science of food and the nutrients they contain
Nutrient actions in the body..
- Ingestion... - Digestion... - Absorption... - Transport ... - Metabolis…
30 terms
HEALTH SCIENCE -Food and Nutrition
what does food help the body to do?
what is food nutrition
what are the 6 food nutrients
carbohydrates
Make energy,build and repair cells, grow strong and work prop…
chemicals found in the food we eat
carbohydrates,fats,protein,vitamins,minerals,water and fiber
used to make energy
what does food help the body to do?
Make energy,build and repair cells, grow strong and work prop…
what is food nutrition
chemicals found in the food we eat
19 terms
food science nutrition test
6 main proteins
6 main - calories
6 main- no calories
nutrition is?
minerals vitamins water carbs fat protein
carbs fat protein
water minerals vitamins
the study of how the body uses food
6 main proteins
minerals vitamins water carbs fat protein
6 main - calories
carbs fat protein
35 terms
Food and Food Science Nutrition Class Flashcards
Five Basic Tastes
First Impression of Food Quality
Convection
Julienne
Sweet, sour, bitter, salty, umami
Appearance
Transfer of heat by moving air or liquid currents through and…
cutting food lengthwise into thin, stick-like shapes
Five Basic Tastes
Sweet, sour, bitter, salty, umami
First Impression of Food Quality
Appearance
51 terms
Food and Nutrition Sciences
Quality Control
Quality Assurance
Quality management
Statistical Process Control
inspects products to make sure they meet standards and comply…
Considers the whole process when evaluating quality.
defines quality in terms of consumer acceptability
Essential part of QA and QM. Involves measurement of effectiv…
Quality Control
inspects products to make sure they meet standards and comply…
Quality Assurance
Considers the whole process when evaluating quality.
31 terms
Nutrients-Food science and nutrition
What is the function of Protein?
What is the function of Fat?
What is the function of Carbohydrates…
What is the function of Carbohydrates…
Growth and repair... Energy
Energy... Stored in the body- protects vital organs and insulates
Energy
Energy
What is the function of Protein?
Growth and repair... Energy
What is the function of Fat?
Energy... Stored in the body- protects vital organs and insulates
24 terms
food and nutrition sciences
chlorophyll
osmosis
carotenoids
anthocyanins
...green in color pigment changes to olive green in acid (phe…
...water enters or leaves a cell to establish equilibrium bet…
yellow/orange; little change in acids or alkaline
red, blue and purple. When acid is added it changes to bright…
chlorophyll
...green in color pigment changes to olive green in acid (phe…
osmosis
...water enters or leaves a cell to establish equilibrium bet…
251 terms
Food & Nutrition Sciences
Describe collagen formation.
What is the mineral that plays an impo…
Name a risk to folic acid fortificatio…
Name some symptoms of essential fatty…
Proline (with the aid of vitamin C) yields hydroxyproline tha…
Calcium
May mask symptoms of a B12 deficiency.
Stunted growth and dermatitis (eczema) are seen in infants.
Describe collagen formation.
Proline (with the aid of vitamin C) yields hydroxyproline tha…
What is the mineral that plays an impo…
Calcium
19 terms
Food & Nutrition Sciences
Connective Tissue... (2 types)
Fat
Marbling
Pigments
Collagen - white connective tissue which softens when heated;…
may be under skin or around organs
fat layered between tissues or muscles
color primarily die to myoglobin and to a lesser extent hemog…
Connective Tissue... (2 types)
Collagen - white connective tissue which softens when heated;…
Fat
may be under skin or around organs
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