#1. What are the 6 essential nutrients? - carbs, fats, proteins, vitamins, minerals, water #2. What is the difference between a serving size and a portion size? - serving size:what you are served ...
paulinapollas|3 years ago|±0|41 views
Nutrition Final pt 2
#1. There are 4 factors that affect the survival and reproduction of microorganisms in food. Name all 4 - temperature, assiduity, oxygen, humidity #2. There are 4 food safety practices to follow at...
paulinapollas|3 years ago|±0|17 views
Human Nutrition - Planning a Healthy Diet
#1. What are the diet-planning principles? - Adequacy Balance Energy (kJ) Nutrient density Moderation Variety #2. How many food groups are in the Australian Guide to Healthy Eating? Name & id...
Elicia_Sontag|4 years ago|±0|48 views
#1. what are Carbohydrates - -sugars & starches -composed of carbon, hydrogen, & oxygen -major source of energy for most people readily a vial...
aniedz|5 years ago|±0|163 views
#1. protein is made up of - carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, and NITROGEN #2. PROTEIN IS - the second most plentiful substance in the body (#1-water) #3. PROTEIN IS WHAT TYPE OF MOLECULE - -large -compl...
aniedz|5 years ago|±0|67 views
#1. what are lipids? - -fats and oils -carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen -9 cal/gm #2. what are functions of lipid? - 1) INSULATOR: helps maintain temperature 2) CUSHIONS body...
aniedz|5 years ago|±0|94 views
Exam 3 Nutrition
#1. What is the function of Vitamin K - Blood clotting Enables the bone protein osteocalcin to bind with calcium #2. Sources of Riboflavin(B2) - Milk, Yogurt, enriched cereal and grains #3. What dis...
leah_key|6 years ago|±0|136 views
#1. What are the principles of diet planning? A) Abundance, B Vitamins, kcalories, diet control, minerals, and variety B) Abundance, balance, conservative, diversity, moderation, and vitamins C) Ad...
TokinBuddah420|6 years ago|±0|9,179 views