Chapter 5 Part 3 Sept 30
Chapter 5 Part 3 Sept 30 HNES 250
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Anna Dosso on Wednesday September 30, 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 47 views. For similar materials see Nutrition science in Nursing and Health Sciences at North Dakota State University.
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Chapter 5 Part 3 Power Point Fill ins 0 Slide 50 0 Efficient O Glucose 0 Slide 51 0 Unlimited 0 Slide 52 0 Rest 0 Slide 54 0 Fat 0 Glucose 0 Slide 55 O Ketone 0 Slide 56 O Ketoacidosis 0 Slide 57 O EtOH 0 NOT 0 Slide 58 0 killer 0 LDL 0 Slide 61 O Obesity 0 Lipid 0 Slide 65 O 40 0 Fried 0 Baked 0 Slide 67 O Canola 0 Olive 0 Slide 70 0 Fat Notes Lipoprotein fatty protein 0 Used for transportation of fats O A protein combines with a lipid making it more soluble in the blood Saturated and trans fats have the largest effect on our cholesterol levels Per gram unit of fat we get 2X the calories It is easier to use glucose from the diet for energy than to use the stored up fat No limit to how much fat we can store in our body Using fat occurs during lighter activities because there is more oxygen available to help burn the fat Glycerol and amino acids can be used to make glucose during fasting states however eventually if no glucose is present in the diet the body will break down muscle 0 Protein is found in muscle skin heart lungs ect so we can t afford to have them broken down Oxyloacitate is needed to breakdown fats completely these come from carbohydrates 0 If fat isn t completely broken down it becomes a ketone AVOID EXTENDED PERIODS OF FASTING AND DON T DO LOW CALORIE DIETS IF YOU RE TRYING TO LOSE WEIGHT 0 Losing 1 2 pounds a week is optimal for a diet 0 Anything more than that means you re losing muscle or water Ketones build up during fasting or low carb diets O This can cause health problems blurry vision coma ect Plaque can be built up in arteries and lead to heart problems 0 Plaque can be made of fat or glucose 0 This decreases the area of which blood moves through this artery which makes the heart pump harder Optimal ranges 0 LDL lt 100 O HDL gt 40 Sometimes low fat foods are worse because they are higher in calories Monounsaturated fats are the best type of fat for you Its best to get Omega s from your diet and not supplements Exercise will help burn calories The optimal way to lose weight is to decrease calories and increase exercise