WHICH NUTRIENT?
FUNCTIONS OF NUTRIENTS
INFLUENCES ON NUTRITION
MISC.
NUTRITION FACT LABELS
100
Found in muscle, bone, connective tissue, teeth,skin, blood, and vital organs.
What is Protein
100
Carbohydrates are converted into this to be used as energy
What is Glucose
100
Desire, rather than a need which is learned and shaped by our emotions and our environment
What is Appetite
100
Your daily Carbohydrate intake should fall within this range of percentages. (##-##%)
What is 55-65%
100
The items that you must monitor should remain at what percentage of your Daily Value
What is Less than 100%
200
Provides 4 calories per gram, and is the body's chief fuel for energy.
What is Carbohydrates
200
Transports vitamins A, D, E, and K into the blood and serves as a source of linoleic acid
What is Fat
200
Natural drive that protects you from starvation
What is Hunger
200
Glucose that is not used is turned into Glycogen and stored here.
What is Adipose Tissue or Body Fat
200
Name 3 nutrients for which you should you get more than the 100% of the recommended Daily Value.
What are vitamins A and C, calcium, iron, and fiber
300
Each have their own unique function. Calcium and Electrolytes are two important forms of them and others are needed in small amounts.
What are Minerals
300
This is the regulator of the body and is vital to every body function.
What is Water
300
Having a sensation of being full, and then eating a dessert would be what type of description of appetite: Psychological, Physiological, Pathological, or Metaphysical
What is Psychololgical
300
This is the number of essential amino acids (the number of amino acids that our body can not make on its own)
What is 9
300
What percentage of the Daily Value gives the status of low %DV and high %DV (for a single serving)
What is 5% for low and 20% for high
400
These are needed in small amounts and can be transported through the body either by fat or water.
What are Vitamins
400
These build new tissue during important growing parts of life.
What are Proteins
400
Most basic reason for eating is this: Psychological, Physiological, Pathological, or Metaphysical
What is Physiological
400
If you eat 3 servings of a food item that contains 8 grams of fat per serving, how many calories from fat have you eaten?
What is 216
400
How are ingredients listed on the fact label panel
What is from the highest quantity to the lowest quantity
500
A special form of complex carbohydrates that can reduce the risk of some cancers and heart disease.
What is Fiber
500
Glucose not being used is stored into fat as what
What is Glycogen
500
Name five influences on your eating habits
What is Family, Culture, Media or advertising, Peers, Personal taste, and / or mood and emotions.
500
These hold all of the hydrogen atoms that they possibly can.
What is saturated fat
500
Which would be a healthier decision from food product label claims: Healthy, Light, Less,or Free
What is Free
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