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Nutrition Powerpoint 5

by: Amy Turk

Nutrition Powerpoint 5 NUTR-23511-009

Amy Turk

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Contains all information from powerpoint/lecutre 5.
Science of Nutrition
Dr. Tanya Falcone
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Amy Turk on Monday April 4, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to NUTR-23511-009 at Kent State University taught by Dr. Tanya Falcone in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 9 views. For similar materials see Science of Nutrition in Nutrition and Food Sciences at Kent State University.

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Date Created: 04/04/16
Nutrition Powerpoint 5 ● with my pyramid, people were often over eating’ ○ so they switched to My Plate ● for someone on a very basic, low activity diet ● the most consumed vegetable in the US = French Fries ● donuts = grains ○ jelly filled donut = fruit ● pizza = vegetable ● ketchup = vegetable ● added sugar = you don’t want sugar to be in the first 3 ingredients ● we’re taking most of our carbs from added sugars ● proteins = more deficiencies ● we tend to take in more saturated fats ● dash diet was originally formed to treat hypertension, or high blood pressure ○ looks like the My Plate diet ● My Pyramid = very limited ○ no guidelines for strict vegetarians, pregnant, or breastfeeding women, or infants ● grains = ¼ of your plate ● potatoes, corn, and peas are considered to be starchy ○ considered grains ● proteins = 3 oz ○ about the size of a smart phone ○ for every ounce of meat, there’s 7 grams of proteins ● anything in excess we store as fat ● turkey is very low in fat ● as far as cholesterol, all of the meat is relatively the same ● vegetables = 2 cups ● fruits = the different colors represent the different nutrients ● too much of a good thing isn’t a good thing ● dairy ○ 1 string cheese = 1 oz ○ 1 slice of cheese = 1 oz ● fats and oils ○ unsaturated fats = healthy fats ■ from nuts and fish ● whole grain bread could include high fructose corn syrup = be careful Monthly consumption of beef and wine consumption in moderation = how the Mediterranean Diet is different from the American diet. ● sweet potato fries are a healthy alternative to french fries ● choose fruit more often over a dessert ● starch + fiber+ sugar = total carbs ● peanut butter does not have cholesterol


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