QUESTION - Mr. Lesiuk

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FOOD FOR
THOUGHT
VITALMINERALS
CHOW DOWN
MAL Nutrition
DIETARY
MELTING POT
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©Norman Herr, 2003
A-100
• ANSWER: This many calories are
found in 15 kilocalories.
• QUESTION: What is 15,000
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A-200
• ANSWER: Many of these
molecules shown here will be
strung together to form the
larger molecules belonging to
this Macronutrient Group.
• QUESTION: What is
PROTEINS
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A-300
• ANSWER: These anti-oxidants are
special plant chemicals that help protect
against cancer; some examples are Beta
Carotene and Lycopene.
• QUESTION: What are
PHYTOCHEMICALS
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A-400
• ANSWER: Precisely this many kcals are
released when catabolizing 2 grams of
pure fat.
• QUESTION: What is 18.6 kcal
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A-500
• ANSWER: This type of
metabolic reaction involves
the synthesizing of larger
more complex energy-rich
molecules from simpler
molecules.
• QUESTION: What is
ANABOLISM/Anabolic
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B-100
• ANSWER: In Chemistry this term is
used to describe molecules that are
Carbon/Hydrogen based. This is a key
criteria for a substance to be considered a
Vitamin.
• QUESTION: What is ORGANIC
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B-200
• ANSWER: Of the following vitamins
which must be supplied daily: A, K, C,
D, and E as it cannot be stored in the
body
• QUESTION: What is Vitamin C
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B-300
• ANSWER: Minerals that are only
required in amounts less than 100mg/day
are classified as being…
• QUESTION: What are TRACE
MINERALS
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B-400
• ANSWER: If you burned 5 grams of
carbs, 3 grams of fats and 1 gram of
vitamins. How many total Calories would
you have burned?
• QUESTION: What is 48.4 Calories (5 X
4.1, + 3 X 9.3, + 0 as vitamins do not
provide Calories)
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B-500
• ANSWER: Which mineral’s over
consumption is most closely related to
Hypertension (High Blood Pressure)
• QUESTION: What is SODIUM
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C-100
• ANSWER: Which of the following foods
will have the lowest amount of dietary
cholesterol? – Bacon – Salmon – French
Fries – Chocolate Milk
• QUESTION: What is FRENCH FRIES
(Potatoes –plant, fried in vegetable oil)
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C-200
• ANSWER: Using the food
facts label to the right
how many teaspoons of
sugar will be consumed in
TWO servings
• QUESTION: What is 14
Teaspoons (56 g divide by
4 grams)
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C-300
• ANSWER: When Blood Sugar levels are
getting low what hormone will be
released by the pancreas.
• QUESTION: What is GLUCAGON
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C-400
• ANSWER: Which blood serum ratio of cholesterol is the
healthiest? A) HDL 3.2 :LDL 4.3 B) HDL 4.0 : LDL 1.1
C) HDL 1.2 : LDL 4.3 D) HDL 3.3 : LDL 3.4
• QUESTION: What is B
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C-500
• ANSWER: Any food that supplies you with all
the essential amino acids in one food is called
this kind of food
QUESTION : What is COMPLETE PROTEIN
FOOD
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D-100
• ANSWER: The type
of fatty acid chains
shown on this
triglyceride
• QUESTION: What
are SATURATED
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D-200
• ANSWER: This fat
shown here is not
essential in one’s diet,
but is manufactured in
your liver and will act
to help firm up cell
membranes.
• QUESTION: What is
CHOLESTEROL
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D-300
• ANSWER: Firstly,
which will have the
lowest melting point,
Secondly which will
be least healthy?
Place in Order
• QUESTION: What is
A then What is B
Answer
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B
D-400
• ANSWER: LDL is an acronym for this
type of cholesterol packaging. Secondly is
it considered good or bad when
transported through the blood?
QUESTION : WHAT IS Low
Density Lipoprotein Choelsterol – It
is BAD
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D-500
• ANSWER: Having a diet rich in the
overconsumption of High Glycemic
Carbohydrates almost inevitably leads to
these two major health problems.
• QUESTION: What are OBESITY and
TYPE II DIABETES
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E-100
• ANSWER: After the ingestion of proteins
they must be broken down into these
monomers.
• QUESTION: What are AMINO ACIDS
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E-200
• ANSWER: The one which would best be
considered to contain high levels of complex
(low-glycemic) carbohydrates:
• Butter
- Maple Syrup
• Porridge
- Cheese
• Hamburger Patty
• QUESTION: What is PORRIDGE
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E-300
• ANSWER: These are the two main
areas/tissues in the body that store
glycogen.
• QUESTION: What are the LIVER and
MUSCLE TISSUE
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E-400
• ANSWER: Of the following the one that
has the most beneficial effect on the
body’s cardiovascular system:
– Saturated Fat
- Sodium
– Cholesterol
- Monounsaturated Fat
– Hydrogenated Vegetable Oil
• QUESTION: What is Monounsaturated
Fat
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E-500
• ANSWER: The factor which does not
affect one’s metabolism:
• Gender
- Age
• Height
- Activity Level
• Eating Patterns
- Personal Hygiene
• Genetics
- Weight
• QUESTION: What is Hygiene
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FINAL JEOPARDY
• ANSWER: An item has 6.22 grams of carbs, 4
grams of protein and 3 grams of fat. This is
both the exact amount of Calories you consumed
and also state the amount of minutes that you
need to walk if you burn 2.9 Cal/minute while
walking.
• QUESTION: 6.22g X 4.1 kcal/g = 25.5 Cal
• 4g X 4.1 kcal/g = 16.4 Cal
• 3g X 9.3 kcal/g = 27.9 Cal
• TOTAL = 69.8 Cal and 24 minutes
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