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Nutrition Exam 1 Study Guide

by: Faith Nandkeshwar

Nutrition Exam 1 Study Guide NUTR 1020

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Fill in the blank styled study guide for exam 1
LS Science of Human Nutrition
Dr. Rod Hansen
Study Guide
nutrition, exam, 1, Weber, state, University
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This 3 page Study Guide was uploaded by Faith Nandkeshwar on Friday September 16, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to NUTR 1020 at Weber State University taught by Dr. Rod Hansen in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 7 views. For similar materials see LS Science of Human Nutrition in Nutrition at Weber State University.


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Date Created: 09/16/16
NUTRITION STUDY GUIDE: CARBOHYDRATES INTRODUCTION TO CARBOHYDRATES 1. Composed of _______________________________________________________________________ 2. Why is it considered an organic compound? ____________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ ________________ ENERGY YIELD OF CARBOHYDRATES 1. 1 gram = _______________________ of energy released when metabolized 2. produces ATP at the (fastest/slowest) rate (compared to protein or fat) SIMPLE VS. COMPLEX CARBOHYDRATES 1. sugars are called ______________________________________________________ 2. Simple o __________________________________: single unit of sugar  _________________________: blood sugar  _________________________: fruit sugar  _________________________ o __________________________________: two units of sugar  ______________________: ____________________ +____________________, malt sugar  ______________________: ____________________ +____________________, table sugar  ______________________: ____________________ +____________________, milk sugar  Complex o __________________________________: more than two units of sugar  ______________________: glucose with alpha bonds  (Can / Cannot) be broken down and used for energy  ______________________: glucose with beta bonds  (Can / Cannot) be broken down and used for energy SOURCES OF CARBOHYDRATES  Plant Sources o Simple o  __________________ o Complex  __________________  __________________  __________________  __________________ o  __________________  __________________ o  __________________   Animal Sources o ______________________ o ______________________  ALCOHOL  Carbohydrate with _________________________________________  _____________ g per Cal  HOW MUCH DO WE NEED? Carbohydrates o _______________________________ % of our Calories Added Sugar o Less than or equal to ______________________%  Fiber o ________________g for every 100 Cal o For 2,500 Cal how many grams of fiber are needed?   


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