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Nutrition. Eli Johnson Computers 8. Categories up here. 7 points – 7 words Simple points, groupings. Carbohydrates. Types: - Simple (sugars) - Complex (starches) Simple: Fruits, vegetables, dairy, etc… Complex: GrainS , legumes, etc... provide energy

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nutrition

Nutrition

Eli Johnson

Computers 8

categories up here
Categories up here
  • 7 points – 7 words
  • Simple points, groupings
carbohydrates
Carbohydrates
  • Types: - Simple (sugars)

- Complex (starches)

  • Simple: Fruits, vegetables, dairy, etc…
  • Complex: GrainS, legumes, etc...
  • provide energy
  • 60% of DIET
  • 4 Calories/g
  • source of fibre
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Fats
  • Types: -Saturated (Bad)
  • -Unsaturated (Good)

-Trans (Bad)

  • Saturated: Lard, dairy, meat, etc…
  • Unsaturated: Peanut, Soybean, Veg. oils etc…
  • Trans: fried, Chips, etc…
  • Builds Body weight & tissue
  • Insulates and protect body
  • 9 calories/g
  • May cause Heart Disease or obesity
protein
Protein
  • Types: Complete (Meat & Milk)

Incomplete (Vegetables)

  • Sources: Beef, Poultry, eggs, Nuts etc…
  • Builds & Maintains Muscle and tissue
  • Forms blood cells
  • Muscles and organs are mainly protein
  • 1 gram for every 2 pounds you weigh