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Chapter 3 Lesson 1

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Transcript of Chapter 3 Lesson 1

Proteins
Fish
Beef
Chicken
Eggs
Beans
Peanuts
Vitamins
Fat-Soluble Vitamins
Some vitamins are fat-soluble, which means they dissolve in fat and are stored in fatty tissues in the body.
Proteins
Proteins are nutrients that contain nitrogen as well as carbon, oxygen, and hydrogen.

Proteins are made up of small, linked units called amino acids.
Chapter 3 Lesson 1
By: Kayla Kintzer
Vitamins act as helper molecules body's chemical reaction.
Minerals
Nutrients that are not made by living things are called minerals.
Minerals
Meats, fish, and eggs are sources of iron
Beans and seed are sources of magnesium
Cheese, milk, and yogurt are sources of calcium
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