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  1. KNOW EVERYTHING THAT IS WRITTEN

  2. Lesson 25.Choosing Healthful Foods Pages 282-293 Unit 5 Elliott Nix

  3. Proteins • A nutrient is needed for growth, and to build and repair body tissues is a protein. Proteins are also needed to regulate body processes and to supply energy.

  4. Carbohydrates A nutrient that is the main source of energy for the body is a carbohydrate. Carbohydrates include sugars, starches, and fiber.

  5. Fats • Saturated Fat- a type of fat found in dairy products, solid vegetable fat, and meat and poultry. • Are in solid forms when in room temperature. • Saturated fats contribute to the level of cholesterol in a persons blood. • Cholesterol- is a fat like substance made by the body and found in certain foods. • Fat- is a nutrient that provides energy and helps the body store and use vitamins. Most Fats can be found in Sugary Foods.

  6. Vitamins • Fat-soluble vitamins- a dissolves in fat and can be stored in the body • There are four fat-soluble vitamins: A, D, E, And K • Water-soluble vitamins- a vitamin that dissolves in water and cannot be stored by the body in significant amounts. • Vitamins C and B are perfect examples. • Vitamin B Complex- have 6 types which are called Vitamin B 1,2,3,6,9 and 12

  7. Water • Water makes up the basic parts of your blood, helps waste removal, regulates your body temperature and cushions the spinal cored and joints.

  8. Food Labels • The listing of the amount of food that is considered a serving is called the serving size. • The listing of the number of serving in the container or package is called the servings per package. • The calorie listing is the listing of the number of calories in one serving of the food.

  9. Decoding Food Labels Most foods have a listing of ingredients. It tells what parts make up the food. Ingredients – pieces that make up a particular food. Examples would be milk, eggs, strawberries, squash, noodles, etc. Ingredients are whats in the food.

  10. Questions

  11. Questions 25 2.A saturated fat is a type of fat found in… A- vitamins B- proteins C- carbohydrates D- dairy Products 1.What is a protein needed for? A- cell membranes B- dietary disposal C- repair and build body tissues D- nothing, it’s not needed 2.What does a Carbohydrate include? A- sugars, starches, and fiber B- sugars and starches C- fiber and sugar D- fiber and starches 4.What are the four fat soluble Vitamins? A- a,d,e,k B- a,b,c,d C- a,c,d,e D- b,c,d,e

  12. Questions Cont’d 5.What makes up the basic parts of Your blood? A- red blood cells B- nutrition C- Water D- white blood cells 7. What is the main source of the body? A- protein B- fat C- water D- Carbohydrates 6. What is a food label? A- An ingredients list on the product B- a labeling company for food C- crucial war in 1800’s D- a sport 8. Most Fats can be found in… A- Sugary foods B- bread and Carrots C- pasta and bananas D- beef and pork

  13. Questions Cont’d 10. What are ingredients? A- Things that make up the food B- the salt and pepper in the dining room C- crumbles when you’re finished D- leftovers 9. Cholesterol is a… A- main part of your diet B- nutrient in fiber C- Fat like substance D- your brain

  14. Answers

  15. Questions 25 Answers 2.A saturated fat is a type of fat found in… A- vitamins B- proteins C- carbohydrates D- dairy Products 1.What is a protein needed for? A- cell membranes B- dietary disposal C- repair and build body tissues D- nothing, it’s not needed 2.What does a Carbohydrate include? A- sugars, starches, and fiber B- sugars and starches C- fiber and sugar D- fiber and starches 4.What are the four fat soluble Vitamins? A- a,d,e,k B- a,b,c,d C- a,c,d,e D- b,c,d,e

  16. Questions Cont’d 5.What makes up the basic parts of Your blood? A- red blood cells B- nutrition C- water D- white blood cells 7. What is the main source of the body? A- protein B- fat C- water D- carbohydrates 6. What is a food label? A- an ingredients list on the product B- a labeling company for food C- crucial war in 1800’s D- a sport 8. Most Fats can be found in… A- sugary foods B- bread and Carrots C- pasta and bananas D- beef and pork

  17. Questions Cont’d 10. What are ingredients? A- things that make up the food B- the salt and pepper in the dining room C- crumbles when you’re finished D- leftovers 9. Cholesterol is a… A- main part of your diet B- nutrient in fiber C- fat like substance D- your brain

  18. Lesson 26Following Dietary Guidelines Pages 294-301 Unit 5 Elliott Nix

  19. The Food Groups • The food guide pyramid is a guide that tells how many servings from each food group are recommended for each day.

  20. Dietary Guidelines • What to know about dietary guidelines are is, The USDA’s dietary guidelines are designed to promote good health. When u follow the guidelines, you obtain the nutrients your body needs and reduce the risk of developing certain diseases.

  21. Vegetarian Diets • A diet in which vegetables are the foundation and meat, fish, and poultry are restricted or eliminated is a Vegetarian diet. • The diet in which they exclude foods of animal origin is a vegan diet. • A diet that excludes eggs, fish, poultry, and red meat is a ova-lacto-vegetarian diet. • The diet that excludes red meat is a semi-vegetarian diet. • As a vegetarian, one should eat soy beans since they are the only vegetable that contains protein found in meat and fish.

  22. Questions…

  23. Ch. 26 Questions 1.The food guide pyramid is a Pyramid that tells you… A- everything about day B- what to eat on a diet C- how much food is recommended for each day D- nothing about anything 3.When you follow the UsDa’s guidelines you obtain the necessary ___ for your body. A- carbohydrates B- sugars C- fats D- nutrients 2.The UsDa’s guidelines are to promote… A- good health B- death C- knowing risks D- illnesses 4. When you follow the UsDa’s guidelines it ___ the risk of disease. A- reduces B- promotes C- takes away completely D- doesn't help at all

  24. Cont’d 5. When fish are eliminated from your diet, you are a __? A- Semi-vegetarian B- Vegetarian C-vegan D- ova-lacto-veggie-diet 7. When you get rid of eggs in your diet, you are a __? A- Semi-vegetarian B- Vegetarian C-vegan D- ova-lacto-veggie-diet 6. When you exclude foods with a animal origin you are a __? A- Semi-vegetarian B- Vegetarian C-vegan D- ova-lacto-veggie-diet 8. When your diet only allows a little bit of red meat, you are a ___? A- semi veggie diet B- vegan C- ova-lacto-veggie-diet D- FREAK!!!

  25. Questions Cont’d

  26. Questions 25 Answers 2.A saturated fat is a type of fat found in… A- vitamins B- proteins C- carbohydrates D- dairy Products 1.What is a protein needed for? A- cell membranes B- dietary disposal C- repair and build body tissues D- nothing, it’s not needed 2.What does a Carbohydrate include? A- sugars, starches, and fiber B- sugars and starches C- fiber and sugar D- fiber and starches 4.What are the four fat soluble Vitamins? A- a,d,e,k B- a,b,c,d C- a,c,d,e D- b,c,d,e

  27. Questions Cont’d 5.What makes up the basic parts of Your blood? A- red blood cells B- nutrition C- water D- white blood cells 7. What is the main source of the body? A- protein B- fat C- water D- carbohydrates 6. What is a food label? A- an ingredients list on the product B- a labeling company for food C- crucial war in 1800’s D- a sport 8. Most Fats can be found in… A- sugary foods B- bread and Carrots C- pasta and bananas D- beef and pork

  28. Questions Cont’d 10. What are ingredients? A- things that make up the food B- the salt and pepper in the dining room C- crumbles when you’re finished D- leftovers 9. Cholesterol is a… A- main part of your diet B- nutrient in fiber C- fat like substance D- your brain

  29. 10. What kind of protein does soy beans contain? protein found in meat and fish. protein found in grains and wheat protein found in sugar and starches protein found in eating cardboard • As a vegetarian, one should eat what kind of beans? • Soy • Black • Kidney • None of the above

  30. Using Diet to Guard Against DiseaseLesson 27 pgs. 302-309 By Alexander Blanding

  31. Diet and Cancer • Diets with high usage of antioxidants have been associated with decreased rates of esophagus, lung, colon, and stomach cancer. An Antioxidant is a substance that protects cells from being damaged by oxidation.

  32. Tips to reduce chances of getting cancer • Avoid obesity. • Eat several servings of fruit and vegetables each day. • Limit fat intake. (Smoked, Salted, or Nitrate-cured). • Don’t drink alcohol as a teen.

  33. Diet and Cardiovascular Disease • A mineral your body needs only in small amounts is sodium. • The recommended daily allowance of sodium is three grams. • To much sodium can affect people in different ways. • It may cause some people to retain body fluid and, as a result, have increased blood pressure.

  34. Diet and Osteoporosis • Calcium is a mineral that is essential to bone growth. • A deficiency of calcium, especially in females, increases the risk for osteoporosis. Osteoporosis is a disease characterized by low bone mass and deterioration of bone tissue. • There are many good sources of calcium, including yogurt, milk, cheese and leafy green vegetables

  35. Diet • A healthy diet is one that is intended to improving or maintaining good health. • This usually involves eating nutrients by eating the appropriate amounts from all of the food groups, including an adequate amount of water.

  36. Some symptoms of hypoglycemia may include: Dizzy or shaky Fast heartbeat Sweating or clammy Nervous or irritable Hunger Blurry vision Weak or tired Headache Hypoglycemia is a condition in which there is too much insulin in the body, causing the blood sugar level to be low. Insulin is a hormone that regulates the blood sugar level. Hypoglycemia Facts

  37. Diabetes • Diabetes is a disease in which the body does not produce or properly use insulin. • The cause of diabetes continues to be a mystery, although both genetics and environmental factors such as obesity and lack of exercise appear to play roles.

  38. The Diabetes it treat is by. A healthy Diet Exercising Medications Insulin The Sign of Diabetes are. Frequent urination Excessive thirst Cravings for sweets weakness The Signs of Diabetes and how to treat it.

  39. Food Allergies and Intolerances • If you think you have a food allergy or intolerance, then it's important to get a proper diagnosis. Don't cut food groups out of your diet without medical advice, because you could miss out on important nutrients. • Most allergic reactions to food are mild, but sometimes they can be very serious. If someone has a food allergy they can react to just a tiny amount of the food they are sensitive to.

  40. Symptoms of an allergic reaction • The most common symptoms of an allergic reaction include: • coughing • dry, itchy throat and tongue • itchy skin or rash • nausea and feeling bloated • diarrhea and/or vomiting • wheezing and shortness of breath • swelling of the lips and throat • runny or blocked nose • sore, red and itchy eyes

  41. Questions? 1. What is a Symptoms of an allergic reaction? A. Red eyes B. you grow 2 inches C. Swelling of leg D. you faint 2. If a person believe they have food allergy or intolerance they should get a proper _____? A. Proper Therapist B. Proper Diagnosis C. Proper Dentist D. Proper Orthodontist

  42. Questions • 3. Diabetes is a disease in which the body does not produce or properly use_____? A. Pills B. Cells C. Insulin D. Money • 4. What is a treatment for Diabetes? A. Drinking B. listening to Music C. find a job D. Exercising

  43. Questions • 5. What condition is it when there is too much insulin in the body causing the blood sugar level to be low? A. Hypoglycemia B. Helium C. Hydrogen D. Headache • 6. A healthy ____ is one that is intended to improving or maintaining good health.A. skill B. Diet C. body D. car

  44. Question • 7. What is a mineral that is essential to bone growth? A. Calories B. Weed C. Calcium D. Milk • 8. What is a sources of calcium? A. coke B. sprite C. fast food D. Milk

  45. Question • 9. What mineral does your body needs but only in small amounts? A. sodium B. crack C. minerals D. sugar • 10. What is a substance that protects cells from being damaged by oxidation? A. apple B. antioxidant C.TNT D. insulin

  46. ANSWERS

  47. ANSWERS 1. What is a Symptoms of an allergic reaction? A. Red eyes B. you grow 2 inches C. Swelling of leg D. you faint 2. If a person believe they have food allergy or intolerance they should get a proper _____? A. Proper Therapist B. Proper Diagnosis C. Proper Dentist D. Proper Orthodontist

  48. ANSWERS • 3. Diabetes is a disease in which the body does not produce or properly use_____? A. Pills B. Cells C. Insulin D. Money • 4. What is a treatment for Diabetes? A. Drinking B. listening to Music C. find a job D. Exercising

  49. Questions • 5. What condition is it when there is too much insulin in the body causing the blood sugar level to be low? A. Hypoglycemia B. Helium C. Hydrogen D. Headache • 6. A healthy ____ is one that is intended to improving or maintaining good health.A. skill B. Diet C. body D. car

  50. Question • 7. What is a mineral that is essential to bone growth? A. Calories B. Weed C. Calcium D. Milk • 8. What is a sources of calcium? A. coke B. sprite C. fast food D. Milk