Nutrients
Carbohydrates
Proteins
Fats
Vitamins/Minerals
100
Name the nutrient that is the body's main source of energy.
Carbohydrates
100
These give quick short term energy. 
Sugar/Simple
100

Our main source of protein is 

lean Meat

100
Fats main function is to provide 
Energy
100
Vitamin needed for night vision
A
200
Repairs and build muscles and tissues
Protein
200
Carbs that provide long term energy are called
Starches/Complex
200

Proteins have this function

build or repair cells

200
Bad fat is called
Saturated
200
Source of this vitamin is the sunlight
D
300

Provides the most calories per gram for energy. 

Fat

300
Give two examples of a source of natural sugar. 
Fruit or Milk
300
Name one source of protein that is not animal meat.
Nuts, beans, etc.
300
Fat grams should come from what type of fat
Unsaturated
300

This mineral helps with control of veins and nerves. Eat it sparingly.

Sodium

400
These nutrients are dissolved by either fat or water.
Vitamins
400

Give two examples of Complex carbohydrates. 

breads, pastas, grains

400

Give two sources of tier one protein.

white meat, beans, nuts

400
1 gram of fat = how many calories
9
400
Vitamin that helps boost the immune system. 
C
500

This mineral is important for your bones.

calcium

500
Helps to keep the digestive system healthy
Fiber
500

Give me two examples of tier three protein.

bacon, sausage, bologna

500

Give two examples of an unsaturated fat

seeds, nuts, seafood, plant oils

500
Mineral that carries blood through out the body. 
Iron
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