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Navigating Nutrition. Julie Hansen, M.S., R.D., C.D. Presentation. Why is nutrition important? Navigating nutrients Navigating dietary tools Navigating your environment. The medical system is almost exclusively designed to treat, not prevent, chronic diseases. Non-Diet Related. Alcohol

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navigating nutrition

Navigating Nutrition

Julie Hansen, M.S., R.D., C.D.

presentation
Presentation
  • Why is nutrition important?
  • Navigating nutrients
  • Navigating dietary tools
  • Navigating your environment
why is nutrition important

Non-Diet

Related

Alcohol

Related

Diet

Related

Deaths per 100,000

Why is Nutrition Important?
nutrition basics
Nutrition Basics
  • Carbohydrate-45-65%: preferred energy source
  • Protein-10-35%: body maintenance and repair
  • Fats-20-35%: energy source
  • Vitamins/Minerals-cell metabolism and structure
  • Water-mineral of life
carbohydrate carbohydrate facts
CarbohydrateCarbohydrate: Facts
  • It is high performance fuel.
  • It produces energy at the fastest rate.
  • Needed for RBC, Brain and nervous tissue
  • 45-65% of calories
  • Sugar-<25% of calories
  • Digestion rate: 15 – 90 min
  • Provides 4 Calories/gram.
carbohydrate food sources
CarbohydrateFood Sources
  • Grains, Cereals, & Legumes: Pasta, bread, cold/hot cereal, rice, oats, kidney beans, etc.
  • Fruits & Vegetables
  • Starchy Vegetables: Corn, potato, peas, acorn squash, etc.
where is the fiber
Where is the Fiber?
  • Total: 25-38 grams/day
  • Fruits 2-4 servings/day
  • Vegetables 3-4 servings/day
  • High fiber cereals- 5 grams/serving
  • Whole Wheat bread-2 grams/slice
  • Whole grains
  • Beans, legumes
protein facts
Protein: Facts
  • Building blocks of protein- amino acids (10 essential, 10 non-essential)
  • 10-35% of calories
  • 1stused for tissue repair & maintenance
  • Can provide energy-4 cal/gram
  • Complete protein vs. incomplete
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Protein Sources

  • Incomplete Proteins are plant sources of proteins such as: vegetables, legumes (dried beans), nuts, seeds, tofu, and grains.
  • Complete Proteins come from animal sources such as: milk, yogurt, meats, eggs, and cheese.
triglycerides fats
Triglycerides “Fats”
  • Energy Yield: Fats provide 9 Calories/gram.
    • Fats are the only type of lipid that the body can convert to ATP or produce energy from.
    • Fats are the most Calorically Dense energy producing nutrient.
fatty acids
Fatty Acids

1. Saturated fat food sources are comprised of mostly saturated fatty acids (SFAs). Limit to 20 grams/day.

2. Monounsaturated fat food sources are comprised mostly of monounsaturated fatty acids (MUFAs).

3. Polyunsaturated fat food sources are comprised mostly of polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs).

fat food sources
Fat Food Sources
  • Oils, butter, cream, lard, margarine, dressings, cream cheese, olives, nuts & seeds are all examples of foods high in dietary fat.
  • Try to chose healthy fats from plant sources.
the vitamins
The Vitamins
  • Some vitamins are essential.
  • Without an intake of, nutritional deficiencies occur.
  • Vitamins are organic compounds.
  • They contain the element carbon.
  • All vitamins are non-caloric.
minerals
Minerals
  • All minerals are non-caloric
  • All minerals are needed in tiny amounts for cellular metabolism and structure
  • The majority of minerals in the human body play a structural role.
  • Also as cofactors of enzymes in metabolism.
water
Water
  • Non-Energy Yield: Water provides 0 Calories/gram.  
  • Functions: Water is the medium for metabolism & nutrient transport.
  • It is the mineral of life.
  • Without water intake, dysfunction to death will occur faster than the limitation of any other of the essential nutrients in human nutrition.
water1
Water
  • Thirst mechanisms do not provide motivation to drink until an individual is 2% dehydrated.
  • At this point, the function of the cardiovascular system is decreased.
  • Thus, individuals need to learn to drink when they are not thirsty.
  • Recommended intake:
    • Men: 3.7 L/day (approx. 15 cups)
    • Women: 2.7 L/day (approx. 11 cups)
navigating nutrition tools
Navigating Nutrition Tools
  • Food labels
  • Mypyramid.com
  • Food records
  • Environment
navigating the food label
Navigating the Food label
  • Fiber
    • 5 grams/serving/cereal
    • 2 grams/serving/bread
  • Fat
    • Limit to 15-20 grams saturated fat/day
  • Sugar
    • 10 teaspoons/day or 40 grams
  • Sodium
    • 140 mg or less
  • Nutrient density
    • 20% Vitamins or Minerals
mypyramid
MyPyramid
  • www.mypyramid.com
  • Meet nutrient needs-individualized
  • Avoid excess
  • Food groups: Grains, Dairy, Fruits, Vegetables, Meats, Oils, Discretionary Calories
  • Food tracker
navigating food records
Navigating Food records
  • Low tech-paper and pencil
  • High tech- phone apps, online programs (www.fitday.com)
  • Review
    • Look for patterns of eating
    • Look for portion control
    • Look for food choices
summary
Summary
  • Majority of calories should come from whole grains, fruits and vegetables
  • Moderate protein from lean sources
  • Consume “healthy liquid oils” vs. solid fats
  • Use food labels to make better food choices
  • Try MyPyramid to meet nutrient recommendations
  • Use your environment to improve your food choices
  • Use meal patterning and planning to improve food choices
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Think long term when you think about your diet.

Small investments in good nutrition will have a big payoff in the future.