Water & Fat Soluble Vitamins
Major Minerals & Electrolytes
Trace Minerals
Carbohydrates
Fats
100
Which vitamins stay in the body for a short period of time?
What are water soluble vitamins?
100
Major Minerals
What are parts of your teeth and bones?
100
Sometimes called microminerals
What are Trace Minerals?
100
Body's main source of energy
What is Carbohydrates?
100
Allows for longer shelf life
What is Trans Fat?
200
Vitamin A
What promotes good vision?
200
Electrolytes
What helps your body replace lost minerals?
200
Helps your cells use oxygen
What is Iron?
200
Sugars Starches Fiber
What are the three types of Carbohydrates?
200
May help lower cholesterol levels
What is Unsaturated Fat?
300
Helps prevent birth defects in brain and spinal cord
What is Folate?
300
a condition in which bones become porous, and therefore weak and fragile
What is Osteoporosis?
300
Helps prevent tooth decay and strengthen bones
What is Flouride?
300
Requires more work for body to digest
What are Polysaccharides?
300
Helps digest fat & build cells
What is Cholesterol?
400
Helps blood to clot so wounds stop bleeding
What is vitamin K?
400
Keeps bones strong
What is Calcium?
400
Helps enzymes do their work, aids the immune system, helps wounds heal
What is Zinc?
400
Helps digestive system work properly
What is Dietary Fiber?
400
Cushions the heart and other vital organs
What are Fats?
500
Fat Soluble Vitamins
What is stored in the liver?
500
Helps maintain the fluid balance in your body
What is Sodium?
500
Iodine
What is stored in the thyroid gland?
500
Monosaccharides and Disaccharides
Which Carbohydrates are digested quickly?
500
Cholesterol Saturated Fats Unsaturated Fats Trans Fat
What are the 4 fats?
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