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Unit 2 Quiz Review. Nov 2013. Topics. 6 Main Nutrients -types of carbohydrates, fat, protein with examples - food guide food groups How the MACRO-nutrients match up with the food guide. Approximate Question Types:. Multiple Choice (10 marks) Short Answer/Application (8 marks)

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Unit 2 quiz review

Unit 2 Quiz Review

Nov 2013


Topics

Topics

6 Main Nutrients

  • -types of carbohydrates, fat, protein

  • with examples

    -food guide

  • food groups

  • How the MACRO-nutrients match up with the food guide


Approximate question types

Approximate Question Types:

  • Multiple Choice (10 marks)

  • Short Answer/Application (8 marks)

  • Total = 18 marks


The 6 main nutrients

THE 6 MAIN NUTRIENTS

carbohydrates, proteins, fats, vitamins, minerals & water


What nutrient does this

What nutrient does this?

  • Promote healthy skin/normal cell growth, reserve supply of energy, cushion vital organs & carry vitamins A,D,E & K to where they are needed


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Fats

  • Promote healthy skin/normal cell growth, reserve supply of energy, cushion vital organs & carry vitamins A,D,E & K to where they are needed


What are the 3 main types of fats

What are the 3 main types of fats?


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FATS

4 Types of Fat

Saturated Fat

Polyunsaturated Fat

Monounsaturated Fat

Transfat


Where do most bad fats come from

Where do most BAD fats come from?

  • A) plants

  • B) animals


Where do most bad fats come from1

Where do most BAD fats come from?

  • B) animals


Bad fats

BAD FATS

BAD Fat

Saturated Fat = raises the level of LDL e.g., meat, poultry skin, whole dairy products, coconut oil


Where do most good fats come from

Where do most GOOD fats come from?

  • A) plants

  • B) animals


Where do most good fats come from1

Where do most GOOD fats come from?

  • A) plants


Good fats

GOOD FATS

GOOD FAT

Polyunsaturated Fat = lowers the level of LDL e.g., veggie oil, corn oil, soybean oil

Monounsaturated Fat = lowers the level of LDL & raises the level of HDL e.g., olives, olive oil, avocados, peanuts, canola oil


Which of the following is a good fat

Which of the following is a GOOD fat?

  • A) poultry skin

  • B) milk

  • C) olive oil

  • D) pork chop


Which of the following is a good fat1

Which of the following is a GOOD fat?

  • C) olive oil


What is an example of invisible fat mc question

What is an example of invisible fat? (MC question)


What is an example of invisible fat

What is an example of invisible fat?

  • A) Milk

  • B) Cheese

  • C) Avocado

  • D) Egg

  • E) all the above


What is an example of visible fat

What is an example of visible fat?


What is an example of visible fat1

What is an example of visible fat?

  • Fat on Meat

  • It's white and you can see it!!

  • Chicken skin


The body s main source of energy

The body’s main source of energy

What nutrient is?


Carbohydrates the body s main source of energy

CARBOHYDRATESThe body’s main source of energy


What are the 2 types of carbohydrates

What are the 2 types of Carbohydrates?


What are the 2 types of carbohydrates1

What are the 2 types of Carbohydrates?

  • Simple

  • Complex


Complex carbohydrates

Complex CARBOHYDRATES

starches like potatoes & grain products

dietary fibre = non-digestible plant sources like fruits & veggies

*Soluble Fibre *Insoluble Fibre

- dissolves in water - doesn’t dissolve in water

- increases thickness of- absorbs water like a sponge, stomach contents helps large intestine digest food

- fruits, veggies, legumes, oats - fruit & veggie skins, whole wheat/bran


Simple carbohydrates

Simple Carbohydrates

  • Come from what?

  • S_______

  • What are some examples?


Simple carbohydrates1

Simple Carbohydrates

sugars which contain nutrients

like fructose [from fruits],

maltose [from grains products],

lactose [from milk products]

sugars which contain no nutrients

like sucrose [refined sugar from plants like sugar cane]


What nutrient

What nutrient?

  • Helps the body grow/repair itself, regulate bodily processes & act as a source of energy


Protein

Protein

  • Help the body grow/repair itself, regulate bodily processes & act as a source of energy


Proteins

PROTEINS

Can only do their jobs in conjunction with carbohydrates & fats

Found in animal & plant sources;

*Animal *Plant

- meat, fish, poultry, eggs - legumes, peanuts, grains


What are the 2 types of protein

What are the 2 types of protein?


What are the 2 types of protein1

What are the 2 types of protein?

  • Complete

  • Incomplete


How many essential amino acids are in a complete protein

How many essential amino acids are in a complete protein?

  • A) 4

  • B) 6

  • C) 7

  • D) 9


How many essential amino acids are in a complete protein1

How many essential amino acids are in a complete protein?

  • D) 9


Complete proteins

COMPLETE PROTEINS

Complete Proteins = supply the body with all 9 essential amino acids e.g., meat, fish, poultry, eggs & soy products


Incomplete proteins

INCOMPLETE PROTEINS

Incomplete Proteins = contain 8 or less essential amino acids e.g., legumes, peanuts, grains

The body makes 22 of the 31 amino acids, the body needs to get the other 9 from food sources


What are micronutrients

What are micronutrients?


What are micronutrients1

What are micronutrients?

  • Break down the word

  • Micro + nutrients

  • Micro means small


Micronutrients

Micronutrients

  • Vitamins & Minerals

  • The body needs these in small amounts


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