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Medical Signing Lesson 06 Lifeprint.com. X. CONSUME: The concept of "consume" when discussing nutrition is generally expressed as "EAT." .

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The sign is often modified by using both hands alternately and a bit larger movement that moves past the mouth and down a short distance as if showing the food going down the esophagus.

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CALORIES: In 1890, the USDA appropriated the term "calorie" for a report on nutrition. A calorie was defined as the unit of heat required to raise 1 gram of water 1 degree Celsius.

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PROTEIN: The sign for "protein" is to circle a "P" handshape. In some contexts some people may choose to sign MEAT.
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FAT:  There is a version of the sign "FAT" that means overweight. When discussing "fat" as a food type I recommend you spell just spell: F-A-T.

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METABOLISM: The sign for "metabolism" is done by holding both hands in "5"-handshapes palm back in front of the chest. Move the hands down, out to the side, up, and back in toward the center a bit.

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Memory aide: Think of the sign for metabolism as representing the movement of blood around inside of your body.
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But when discussing nutrition and diet I prefer to apply the "BURNING" sign for the concept of “burning calories."
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"Energy that we use for “shipping and handling” (processing) of fuels in our body is known as the thermogenic effect of food and is equal to approximately 10% of daily caloric intake.

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For every 100 carbohydrate calories you consume, your body expends 5 to 10 in absorption and metabolism.
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For every 100 calories of protein calories you consume, your body needs 20 to 30 for absorption and metabolism."
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If you cut 500 calories from your typical diet each day, you will lose about 1 pound a week (500 calories times 7 days = 3,500 calories).
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High energy density means that there are a lot of calories in a little food. Low energy density means there are few calories in a lot of food."

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Your Resting Metabolic Rate (RMR) is responsible for approximately 60 to 70% of your total energy expenditure.
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"Researchers from the Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) have found that eating five or more servings of white rice per week was associated with an increased risk of type 2 diabetes.

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In contrast, eating two or more servings of brown rice per week was associated with a lower risk of the disease.
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Replacing 50 grams of white rice (just one third of a typical daily serving) with the same amount of brown rice would lower risk of type 2 diabetes by 16%.

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The same replacement (of white rice) with other whole grains, such as whole wheat and barley, was associated with a 36% reduced risk."
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Greenland Eskimos, prior to the 1980s had perhaps the lowest prevalence of both heart disease and diabetes on the planet.
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Carbohydrate is stored in your muscles and liver as glycogen.Each gram of carbohydrate is stored with about 3 grams of water.
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