Chapter 5 part 2
Chapter 5 part 2 HNES 250
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Anna Dosso on Monday September 28, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to HNES 250 at North Dakota State University taught by Elizabeth Hilliard in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 25 views. For similar materials see Nutrition science in Nursing and Health Sciences at North Dakota State University.
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Date Created: 09/28/15
Chapter 5 Part 2 Power Point Fill ins 0 Slide 27 0 Saturated 0 Cholesterol 0 Slide 28 0 Food 0 Body 0 Slide 31 The headings on 30 and 31 should both be lecithin O Phospholipid 0 Liver 0 Slide 35 0 Vitamin D 0 Cells 0 Slide 39 0 Lipoproteins 0 Slide 42 O Largest 0 Slide 43 O Adipose O Shrink 0 Slide 44 0 High 0 Bad 0 Slide 45 0 Drugs 0 200 0 Slide 46 O KNOW THIS CHART 0 Slide 48 O Smoker O Obesity 0 Saturated 0 Slide 49 O 0 Protein Good 0 Slide 14 O O 0 Body 6 3 0 Slide 16 0 Notes Deficiency 0 Phospholipids O O O O O Soluble in both water and fat Phospholipids are used in the cell membranes as a barrier Also has a glycerol backbone Has 2 fatty acids and a phosphate attached to glycerol Lecithin I This is the most known phospholipid I It has phosphate choline on its glycerol I Lecithin supplements are not absorbed intact I Sterols O O O O O 0 Lipids 0 Cholesterol is the most well known sterol Cholesterol is only found in animals Cholesterol is similar in structure to Vitamin D I If sun is present Vitamin D can be made from cholesterol Cholesterol can be used to make Vitamin D SeX hormones and Bile Cholesterol is important in our diet in moderation Short train and medium chain fats can be absorbed thru blood but the really long chains must be absorbed Via lymph first I Lipoproteins 0 Mix of protein and lipids so that it can be transported I Chylomicrons VLDL LDL HDL View Slides 40 41 I Chylomicrons Slide 42 O O Largest and least dense Has mostly triglycerides O This is transformed into VLDL in the liver after going thru the body via blood 0 VLDL Slide 43 0 Has less Triglycerides 0 Is smaller than chylomicron O Travels thru blood and back to liver to be converted into LDL 0 LDL Slide 44 O Smaller than VLDL 0 High in cholesterol 0 Absorbed into peripheral tissues muscles fat stores and mammary glands 0 It is considered to be the bad cholesterol 0 Most cholesterol lowering drugs target the LDL I Optimal levels of LDL is ltlOO 0 Some will go back thru blood and back to liver to be converted into HDL 0 HDL Slide 49 0 Less cholesterol 0 High in protein 0 SLIDE l4 l6 0 Essential fatty acids 0 Know the linoleic and linolenic acids I Important in growth and development
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