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Basic Nutrition FCSN 245 Ethan A. Bergman, PhD, RD, CD, FADA Basic Info Instructor:Ethan A. Bergman, PhD,RD Office: PE 125 Office hours: Phone: 963-2366 Email: bergmane@cwu.edu http://www.cwu.edu/~bergmane/fcsn245basicnutrition.html Basic Info Grading Policy

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basic nutrition fcsn 245 ethan a bergman phd rd cd fada
Basic Nutrition

FCSN 245

Ethan A. Bergman, PhD, RD, CD, FADA

basic info
Basic Info
  • Instructor:Ethan A. Bergman, PhD,RD
  • Office: PE 125
  • Office hours:
  • Phone: 963-2366
  • Email: bergmane@cwu.edu
  • http://www.cwu.edu/~bergmane/fcsn245basicnutrition.html
basic info3
Basic Info
  • Grading Policy
  • Grading: Exam 1                 100 points             Exam 2                  100 points             Exam 3                  100 points Final-Comprehensive 100 points Discussion/Lab Group Assignments                       100 points
  • Clicker Points 50 points
i am taking this class because
I am taking this class because
  • I’ve heard great things about it from my friends
  • I heard it was a mickey mouse class and I want to raise my GPA
  • It is in my major or minor
  • I had to take it because it is a gen ed requirement
i am currently a
I am currently a
  • Freshman
  • Sophomore
  • Junior
  • Senior
  • Other
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I am
  • Male
  • Female
i am from
I am from
  • Western Wash
  • Central/Eastern Washington
  • Another Western State(OR,WA, ID, CA, MT, UT, NEV, ALASKA, HAWAII)
  • Somwhere else in the US
  • Another Country
diabetes
Diabetes
  • I have Diabetes
  • One of my immediate family has diabetes
  • I have one or more friends who have diabetes
  • I don’t know anyone who has diabetes
grading
Grading
  • 90% - 100% = A grades 80% -  89% = B grades 70% -  79% = C grades 60% -  69% = D grades less than 60% = F
discussion groups labs
Discussion Groups/Labs
  • Attendance/Activity 50 points
  • Assignments 150 points
  • These points will be converted to 100 points and therefore will count the same as one exam. This is the easiest exam grade in this course! Take advantage of it.
class rules
Class Rules
  • When someone else is speaking, please refrain from speaking.
    • Please, no side conversations. It is disruptive to those around you.
  • If you have a cell phone please turn it off before class.
what is good nutrition
What is “good” nutrition?
  • “good” vs “bad”
  • Never eating a candy bar?
  • Never drinking a beer?
  • Consumption of nutritious foods in appropriate amounts
definition of nutrition
Definition of Nutrition
  • Interaction between food and an organism
  • Subdisciplines involved:
    • physiology
    • biochemistry
    • economics
    • sociology
    • psychology
subdisciplines involved with nutrition
Subdisciplines involved with Nutrition
  • Applied Sciences
    • food technology
    • soil science
    • botany
    • genetics
    • microbiology
definition of nutrient
Definition of Nutrient
  • A substance used by the body for normal growth, reproduction, and maintenance of health
    • Provides structure, energy, and regulation
    • essential vs non-essential
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According to the information presented in the above figure, sickle-cell anemia, hemophilia and Down syndrome may respond to the effects of diet and nutrition changes during a person’s lifetime...

  • True
  • False
  • Not enough information is available to make a decision
  • I don’t know
classes of nutrients
Classes of Nutrients
  • Macronutrients
    • Carbohydrates
    • Protein
    • Lipid
  • Micronutrients
    • Vitamins
    • Minerals
  • Water
vitamin a c thiamin and riboflavin are all considered
Vitamin A, C, Thiamin and Riboflavin are all considered
  • Micronutrients
  • Macronutrients
  • Energy nutrients
  • Minerals
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Functions of Nutrients

Provide Energy

Form Body Structures

Regulation of Body Processes

energy
Energy
  • 1000 calories = 1 kilocalorie = 1 Calorie
  • 1 calorie = amount of energy needed to increase 1 gram of water 1 degree C.
  • 1 kilocalorie = amount of energy needed to increase 1000 grams of water 1 degree C.
kcals versus kjoules
Kcals versus Kjoules
  • 1 calorie = 4.185 joules
  • 1 kcal = 4.185 kjoules
  • Tell Dr. Lygre
calorie calculation
Calorie Calculation
  • CHO: 4 Calories per gram
  • Protein: 4 Calories per gram
  • Lipid: 9 Calories per gram
  • Alcohol: 7 Calories per gram
calculation
Calculation
  • Spaghetti sauce: CHO: 8 grams, Protein: 2 grams, Fat: 1 gram
  • CHO: 8 grams x 4 Cal = 32 Cal
  • Protein: 2 grams x 4 Cal = 8 Cal
  • Fat: 1 gram x 9 Cal = 9 Cal
  • Total Cal = 32 + 8 + 9 = 49 Cal
calculations
Calculations
  • RICE a RONI
    • CHO; 41 g
    • Protein; 5 g
    • Fat; 1 g
  • Answer
    • CHO: 41 x 4 = 164
    • Protein: 5 x 4 = 20
    • Fat: 1 x 9 = 9
    • Total Calorie = 193
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Calculations
  • If your diet allows for 2500 Calories, how many grams of fat are you allowed if you keep your % fat at or below 30%
  • 2500 x .30 = 750 Calories
  • 750 Calories/ 9 = 83 grams Calories/gram)
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Calculations
  • How many grams of fat are you allowed if your diet is restricted to 1500 Calories?
  • Answer:
  • 1500 x .30 = 450 Calories
  • 450/9 = 50 grams of fat
10 grams of fat equals
10 grams of fat equals
  • 10 Kcals
  • 40 Kcals
  • 90 kcals
  • I don’t know because I was asleep but I was here and I pushed a button on my clicker and I have a pulse and respiration
structure
Structure
  • “You are what you eat...” : certain amount of truth.
    • Genetic potential
    • environmental influence
      • developing fetus
regulation
Regulation
  • Protein, vitamins and minerals are chief regulators.
  • Protein malnutrition leads to edema:
    • Water escapes from blood vessels and locates between cells or in cavities such as gut.
types of nutrition studies
Types of Nutrition Studies:
  • Case Study:
    • A person with a problem
    • Problem is reported
    • May offer suggestion about a certain disease, nutrition deficiency
    • eg. infant formula without essential fatty acids
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Types of Nutrition Studies
  • Epidemiological Study
    • Usually large population
    • No control or limited control
    • relate one factor to another
    • eg high fat intake related to heart disease
types of nutrition studies36
Types of Nutrition Studies:
  • Intervention Studies
    • More control
    • Limit food intake and see what affect it has on disease state
    • eg limit sodium intake and see what affect it has on blood pressure
types of nutrition studies37
Types of Nutrition Studies:
  • Tight control in a laboratory setting.
    • often done with lab animals or a metabolic ward with people
    • control as many parameters as you are able
    • measure affects on the disease state
    • eg rats in a lab: feed sodium and measure blood pressure
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This map highlights an area around the Mediterranean Sea where the population seems to have a resistance to cardiovascular disease. To examine this possibility through a research model, which kind of research studies would be the most appropriate? Please make your selection...

  • Epidemiological
  • Intervention
  • Case Study
  • Testimonials
determination of sound information
Determination of Sound Information
  • Reputable professionals
  • Scientific research
  • Peer reviewed articles
  • .org or .edu or .gov WEB sites
    • not .com
peer reviewed articles
Peer Reviewed Articles
  • Peer Reviewed Journals Print Research Articles
    • Authors submit articles
    • Editor receives and delegates to peers in the field
    • Peers Review: Give thumbs up, down, or make modifications
    • If modifications, authors react to the recommendations and resubmit