Study Guide Test 1
Study Guide Test 1 NFS 3020
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Study Guide NFS 3020 Test 1 1. Into to Nutrition a. 6 Nutrient Providing Foods b. Basic Functions c. Basic Elements of a Good Diet d. Dietary Guidelines for Americans; 2015 Guidelines 2. Energy Metabolism and Fatigue a. Different forms of energy b. Kcal definition and amounts per food c. ATP/PC System - During which type of exercise is this system used? d. Lactic Acid System - During which type of exercise is this system used? e. Oxygen System - During which type of exercise is this system used? f. Type 1, 2a, 2b Muscle Fibers g. Causes of Fatigue During Exercise h. Delaying Fatigue Onset 3. Human Metabolism a. Anabolism vs Catabolism b. Metabolic Rate c. Total Daily Energy Expenditure (TDEE) - What contributes to a person’s TDEE? d. Expenditure of Energy via Eating - What contributes to a person’s eating energy expenditure? e. Expenditure of Energy via Activity - What contributes to a person’s activity energy expenditure? 4. Carbohydrates a. Classify the two types of carbohydrates and give examples of each b. Glycemic Index and guidelines to using it c. Glycemic Load - Equation d. Hypoglycemia definition and symptoms e. Blood glucose f. CHO stores in the body in grams and kcals - Other sources of glycogen in the body g. CHO in Athletes - Endurance athletes - Specific recommendations for specific amounts of training - Pre-exercise - During exercise - After exercise h. Rapidly Oxidized Carbohydrates i. Slowly Oxidized Carbohydrates j. Solid vs Liquid Carbohydrates k. Carbohydrate intake and tapering l. Carbohydrate loading m. Diabetes and exercise 5. Fat a. Reasons we need fat b. Special considerations for athletes c. Guidelines for fat intake d. Energy from fat - How much ATP does it produce? - Glycogen vs Fat - Theories for using fat energy
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