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1 Milk and other dairy products are major food sources of what? 2 How many hours does it take before glycogen stores are depleted in the liver if no carbohydrate is consumed? 3 What has two glucose molecules bonded together? 4 What is a carbohydrate made of multiple units of glucose with a highly branched structure. It is the storage form of glucose in humans and is synthesized in the liver and muscles? 5 What is a carbohydrate made of multiple units of glucose attached together in a form the body can digest? 6 What is a digestible straight-chain type of starch composed of glucose units? 7 What are grains containing the entire seed of the plant, including the bran, germ, and the endosperm? 8 What is a fiber that is not easily metabolized by intestinal bacteria? 9 What is the same thing as insoluble fiber? 10 What is the estimated amount of a sweetener that an individual can safely consume daily over a lifetime? 11 What is a pronounced swelling of a large vein, particularly found in the anal region? 12 What is the condition of having a high concentration of ketone bodies and related breakdown products in the bloodstream and tissues? 13 What is high blood glucose that is above 125 milligrams per 100 milliliters of blood? 14 What is low blood glucose that is below 40 to 50 milligrams per 100 milliliters of blood for nondiabetics? 15 What is the erosions in the surface of a tooth caused by acids made by bacteria as they metabolize sugars? 16 What is the major form of lipid in the body and in food? 17 What is three fatty acids bonded ot glycerol, an alcohol? 18 What is a three-carbon alcohol used to form triglycerides? 19 What is any of a class of fat-related substances that contain phosphorus, fatty acids, and a nitrogen-containing base? 20 What is a compound containing a multi-ring structure and a hydroxyl group? 21 What is a fatty acid that contains 12 or more carbons? 22 What is an unsaturated fatty acid with the first double bond on the third carbon from the methyl end? 23 What is an unsaturated fatty acid with the first double bond on the sixth carbon from the methyl end? 24 What a compound that can suspend fat in water by isolated individual fat droplets, using a shell of water molecules or other substances to prevent the fat from coalescing? 25 What is the fat digesting enzyme produced by the salivary glands, stomach, and pancreas? 26 What is a cholesterol-rich substance deposited in the blood vessels? 27 What is the pressure in he arterial blood vessels associated with the pumping of blood from the heart? 28 What is the pressure in the arterial blood vessels when the heart is between beats? 1 Lactose 2 18 3 Maltose 4 Glycogen 5 Starch 6 Amylose 7 Whole grains 8 Nonfermentable fiber 9 Nonfermentable fiber 10 Acceptable Daily Intake (ADI) 11 Hemorrhoid 12 Ketosis 13 Hyperglycemia 14 Hypoglycemia 15 Dental caries 16 Triglyceride 17 Triglyceride 18 Glycerol 19 Phospholipid 20 Sterol 21 Long-chain fatty acid 22 Omega -3 fatty acid 23 Omega 6 fatty acid 24 Emulsifier 25 Lipase 26 Plaque 27 Systolic blood pressure 28 Diastolic blood pressure
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