Study Guide for PFW Final Exam
Study Guide for PFW Final Exam PFW 117
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This 1 page Study Guide was uploaded by Jessica_Kline on Monday April 25, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to PFW 117 at Ball State University taught by Judy M. Donahue in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 130 views. For similar materials see Water Aerobics in Physical Education at Ball State University.
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Eating for Wellness (Chapter 11) - 9 questions on exam regarding this material 1. List the six major nutrients and describe their main function in the body. Carbs (4), proteins (4), fats (9) 2. Identify the health benefits of fiber and list good food sources of fiber. Insoluble fiber is good 3. Differentiate between complex and simple carbohydrates. Sweet potato 4. Discriminate between healthy and unhealthy fats and oils Healthiest-monounsaturated fat (olives) 5. Look at the food label and identify the largest ingredient; calculate the percentage of calories that come from fat, carbohydrate, and protein; identify the sources of fat (including saturated fat); and identify the sources of complex and simple carbohydrates. Largest is first; total number of calories (multiply by number of calories per gram) Calculate total number of calories (2000), fat at 20% (400 divide by 9 (calories per gram)) High consumption of sodium causes high blood pressure Fast foods are high in fats, sodium, calories Achieving a Healthy Weight (Chapter 12) - 7 questions on exam regarding this material • Differentiate between overweight and obesity. Healthy BMI is 19-24.9 • Explain the purpose of the body mass index (BMI) and identify a BMI associated with health problems. Healthy BMI is 19-24.9 • Identify a risky waist-to-hip ratio and a high-risk waist circumference for both men and women. • Distinguish a healthy weight loss/gain program from a fad/diet program. • Identify and explain the three major components of effective lifetime weight management. Diet (food), exercise, emotional • Explain how exercise helps in weight management. • Compare and contrast the eating disorders bulimia nervosa, anorexia nervosa, binge eating disorders, and disordered eating. Anorexia, bulimia Most unhealthy place for fat-belly, trunk Healthiest way to lose weight-eat a balanced diet (calories and fat under daily expenditure) How to gain weight-gain 2-3 nutrient dense snacks in between meals
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