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FATS

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Transcript of FATS

FATS
FOOD & NUTRITION

Food Sources of Fat
Fat
Fat cells
diagrams of fat
For saturated fat
For trans fat
For cholesterol
Biochemical Make-Up of Fat
Fats belong to a group called lipids. All fat compounds are based on fatty acids, glycerol, and triglycerides. They are made of organic compounds including hydrogen, carbon and oxygen.
Requirements of Fat
no more than 30% of total calories from fat !!
Effects of Deficiencies & Excesses
Effects of too little fat:
-vitamin deficiencies
-health problems (heart disease and cancer)
-less energy
-mood problems (stress, anxiety)
Effects of too much fat:
-won't have healthy skin
-become overweight
-health problems (heart disease and cancer)
-Helps with growth, ensuring you grow properly
-Gives your body energy called calories
-Fats also have vitamins in them which builds a healthy cell membrane, and provide healthier skin
Benefits/Functions Of Fats
By Grace Z, Helen L, Jaden L,
Nilani D, Winnie L

For unsaturated fat
For omega
Recommendation from Canada's Food Guide
-Include a small amount - 30 to 45 mL (2 to 3 Tbsp) - of unsaturated fat each day to get the fat you need.
(Oils and Fats!)
-Use vegetable oils like canola.
-Limit butter, hard margarine, lard and shortening.
EXAMPLE!
Breakfast
5 mL (1 tsp) of soft non-hydrogenated margarine on your toast or bread
5 mL (1 tsp) of canola oil in your pan to make scrambled eggs

Lunch
15 mL (1 Tbsp) of vinegar and oil type salad dressing (e.g. Balsamic, Italian, raspberry vinaigrette) on your salad.

Dinner
5 mL (1 tsp) of canola or olive oil used to cook your stir-fry.
Read the Nutrition Facts table on food labels to choose low fat products!
-Limit trans fat and saturated fat
-PROVIDE ENERGY!
Good Fat
Unsaturated fat -help lower cholesterol levels and reduce the risk of heart disease.


1.What are the names of the two unsaturated fat?

3.What group does fat belong to?
Quiz!: Answer the question to get treats
2. What is an example of a food containing trans fat?
4.Example of a benefit of fat
5.How many calorie do girls need per day?
6.How many calories do boys need per day?
7.What is an effect of too little fat?
8.What is an effect of too much fat?
10% of calories as saturated fats.
For teenagers
girls : about 2000 calories
boys : about 2500 calories
9&10. BONUS!
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