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75 terms
HMKN 323 Midterm
nutrition
nutrients
macronutrients
Vitamins: A,D,E,K
the science of foods and the nutrients of other substances th…
chemical substances obtained from food and used in the body t…
nutrients your body needs in large quantities and that provid…
fat soluble vitamins
nutrition
the science of foods and the nutrients of other substances th…
nutrients
chemical substances obtained from food and used in the body t…
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HMKN 323 Chapter 5
The predominant storage lipids both in…
Triglyceride
Lipids, other than triglycerides, are…
Fatty acids vary in...
Triglycerides
Glycerol with three fatty acids attached by way of condensati…
Phospholipids; sterols
Length of carbon chains, degrees of unsaturation and location…
The predominant storage lipids both in…
Triglycerides
Triglyceride
Glycerol with three fatty acids attached by way of condensati…
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HMKN 323 Chapter 1
People select foods based on such fact…
Individual foods are neither ________…
Daily food choices made over a lifetim…
Foods provide ________
Taste and convenience; nutrition knowledge
Good; bad
Improve or impair a person's health
Nutrients
People select foods based on such fact…
Taste and convenience; nutrition knowledge
Individual foods are neither ________…
Good; bad
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HMKN 323 Chapter 4
What are carbohydrates made from?
Name the specialized bonds for each at…
What is a monosaccharide?
Name the monosaccharides
Carbon, oxygen and hydrogen
Carbon 4, oxygen 2 and hydrogen 1
Single sugar
Glucose, fructose and galactose
What are carbohydrates made from?
Carbon, oxygen and hydrogen
Name the specialized bonds for each at…
Carbon 4, oxygen 2 and hydrogen 1
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HMKN 323 Chapter 7
During digestion, the energy-yielding…
What is the function of enzymes and th…
What is ATP?
Glucose breakdown begins with ________…
Carbohydrates, lipids and proteins; glucose, glycerol, fatty…
Help cells use nutrients to build compounds or break them dow…
High energy compound that captures half the energy released d…
Glycolysis; pyruvate
During digestion, the energy-yielding…
Carbohydrates, lipids and proteins; glucose, glycerol, fatty…
What is the function of enzymes and th…
Help cells use nutrients to build compounds or break them dow…
18 terms
HMKN 323 Chapter 2
What does a well-planned diet do?
What is a well-planned diet based on?
Eating Well with Canada's Food Guide s…
What are the four food groups?
Delivers adequate nutrients, a balanced array of nutrients an…
Nutrient dense foods, moderate in substances that can be detr…
Amount; food groups
Vegetables and Fruit, Grain Products, Milk and Alternatives a…
What does a well-planned diet do?
Delivers adequate nutrients, a balanced array of nutrients an…
What is a well-planned diet based on?
Nutrient dense foods, moderate in substances that can be detr…
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HMKN 323 Chapter 6
Proteins are more ________ ________ th…
Proteins are made of...
What are the 9 essential amino acids?
Describe the structure of an amino acid
Chemically complex
20 different amino acids, 9 of which the body cannot make
Histidine, isoleucine, leucine, lysine, methionine, phenylala…
Contains an amino group, acid group, hydrogen atom and distin…
Proteins are more ________ ________ th…
Chemically complex
Proteins are made of...
20 different amino acids, 9 of which the body cannot make
30 terms
HMKN 323 Nutrition
Nutrition & Infectious Disease
Immune system organs
Immune system cells
Nutrition & Reduction of Cancer Risk
nutrition cannot directly prevent or cure infectious disease…
spleen, lymph nodes, thymus
neutrophils, macrophages, lymphocytes, B & T CELLS
Positive link between eating fruits and vegetables and lower…
Nutrition & Infectious Disease
nutrition cannot directly prevent or cure infectious disease…
Immune system organs
spleen, lymph nodes, thymus
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HMKN 323 Chapter 15
Physical activity brings good ________…
What are the components of fitness?
How are the components of fitness obta…
Participating in exercise improves ___…
Health; quality; life
Flexibility, muscle strength and endurance and cardiorespirat…
Conditioning the body through training to adapt to the activi…
Fitness; health
Physical activity brings good ________…
Health; quality; life
What are the components of fitness?
Flexibility, muscle strength and endurance and cardiorespirat…
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HMKN 323 Chapter 11
Water makes up about ________ of an ad…
What is the function of water?
To maintain water balance, intake from…
What triggers the body to restore home…
60%
Assist with the transport of nutrients and waste, participate…
Liquids, foods and metabolism; kidneys, skin, lungs and GI tr…
Low blood volume, low blood pressure or highly concentrated b…
Water makes up about ________ of an ad…
60%
What is the function of water?
Assist with the transport of nutrients and waste, participate…
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HMKN 323 Chapter 19
Public health measures such as purific…
________ and ________ protect individu…
Nutrition cannot prevent or cure infec…
If the immune system is impaired becau…
Prevent the spread of infection in populations
Immunizations; antibiotics
Help support the immune system as the body defends against di…
Malnutrition or diseases such as AIDS
Public health measures such as purific…
Prevent the spread of infection in populations
________ and ________ protect individu…
Immunizations; antibiotics
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HMKN-335 Midterm 1 2016 UBCO
*Pathophysiology
*pathology
false positive test
false negative
abnormalities in physiology because of disease
study of cell/tissue changes due to disease
test positive for a disease they don't have*
tested negative for a disease they have*
*Pathophysiology
abnormalities in physiology because of disease
*pathology
study of cell/tissue changes due to disease
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HMKN 323 Chapter 12
Normal body processes and environmenta…
The vitamin antioxidants donate ______…
What do the trace mineral antioxidants…
Vitamin A is a ________-soluble vitami…
Damage cellular constituents including proteins, polyunsatura…
Electrons; quench
Function as cofactors for enzymes systems that protect agains…
Fat; retinol, retinal and retinoic acid
Normal body processes and environmenta…
Damage cellular constituents including proteins, polyunsatura…
The vitamin antioxidants donate ______…
Electrons; quench
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HMKN 323 Chapter 14
Blood is the only ________ ________ in…
Blood transports ________ and ________…
How much of whole blood does plasma, r…
Vitamin K activates proteins required…
Fluid tissue
Nutrients; oxygen; waste products
Plasma 55%, red blood cells 45% and white blood cells and pla…
Blood clotting
Blood is the only ________ ________ in…
Fluid tissue
Blood transports ________ and ________…
Nutrients; oxygen; waste products
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HMKN 323 Chapter 10
What are vitamins?
What are the fat soluble vitamins?
What are the water soluble vitamins?
What are minerals?
Organic, essential nutrients needed in small amounts in the d…
A, D, E and K
C and the B vitamins thiamin, niacin, riboflavin, B6, folate,…
Inorganic, essential nutrients needed in varying amounts
What are vitamins?
Organic, essential nutrients needed in small amounts in the d…
What are the fat soluble vitamins?
A, D, E and K
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HMKN 323 Health Eating Unit Summary - Introduction
Define nutrition
Give an alternative definition of nutr…
What are the different types of nutrit…
Registered Dietician
Study of the nutrients in the food and required by the body
All reactions between food and the body including social, cul…
Registered dietician, physician, PhD in Nutrition and naturop…
Registered with the dietitians of Canada, have an undergradua…
Define nutrition
Study of the nutrients in the food and required by the body
Give an alternative definition of nutr…
All reactions between food and the body including social, cul…
37 terms
HMKN 323 Health Eating Unit Summary - Canada Food Guide
What are the 6 principles of healthy e…
Why is balance in the diet important?
Why is variety important?
Why is moderation important?
Adequacy, balance, energy control, nutrient density, moderati…
Get all nutrients we need without getting too much extra energy
Get different vitamins and minerals from different foods and…
We don't want energy imbalance which would lead to weight gai…
What are the 6 principles of healthy e…
Adequacy, balance, energy control, nutrient density, moderati…
Why is balance in the diet important?
Get all nutrients we need without getting too much extra energy
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HMKN 100 CH 1, 2, 3, 6, 8, 10
Muscular Strength
Muscular Endurance
Flexibility
Body Composition
-Maximum force a muscle or muscle group generates during a si…
- Ability of a muscle to generate a sub maximal force, repeat…
-Ability to move joints freely through their full range of mo…
-Relative amounts of fat and lean tissue ... - A high or low % o…
Muscular Strength
-Maximum force a muscle or muscle group generates during a si…
Muscular Endurance
- Ability of a muscle to generate a sub maximal force, repeat…
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