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Nutrition

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Eliza Zimmerman

on 18 December 2013

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Transcript of Nutrition

Proteins
Water
Fats
The Big Six
(cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr
(cc) photo by jimmyharris on Flickr
(cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr
- Nutrients that are needed for growth and repair of the body.
Fish
Turkey
Beef
Chicken
Nuts
Milk
Eggs
Peanut Butter
Sources
Saturated Fats
- A type of fat from dairy products, solid vegetables fat, and meat and poultry.
-Nutrient that makes up blood, helps digest food, helps with waste removal and regulate body temperature and cushion bones and joints.
sources:
Fruits
Vegetables
Soup
Juice
Frozen Juice Pops
Sorbet
We should drink 6-8 glasses of water a day!
You can only go a few days without water but a few weeks without food.
Carbohydrates
Simple Sugars
Fruit Sugar
Table Sugar
Milk Sugar
Complex Sugars
Starch
Fiber
Vitamins
Vitamin A
Vitamin B
Vitamin C
Vitamin D
Vitamin E
Vitamin E is found in nuts and ...
wheat germ!!
Vitamin A is found in Eggs and butter
Vitamin C is found in broccoli and mlonns.
Vitemin D is found in milk and butter.
Vitamin B is found in egges and fruits
Potassium
Calcium
Milk
Yogurt
Eggs
Fish
Milk
Yogurt
Fish
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Nuts
Zinc
Iron
Minerals
-nutrients that are the MAIN source of energy for the body.
-are needed to make muscles and nerves work and they also aid in building strong bones and teeth.
-nutrient that helps the boody use carbohydrates, proteins, and fats.
Sources
Fruit
Cereal
Rice
Popcornn
Breads
Potatoes
What is a no card diet?
The first thing your body uses when it needs energy is cards, then it goes after the fat. So in a no/low card diet your body is supposed to go straight after the fat.
-Nurtrient That are a source of energy and help the bod store vitamins.
Nutrition
Sources
Remember always
Be healthy and eat right
Unsaturated fats -
a type of fat atained from plant and fish products
Oils
Butter
nuts
Cheese
Ice Cream
Milk
Exspecailly if you are feeling light headed.
I just fell over because I felt very light headed!
Dietary Guideliunes:

1. Aim for a heaalthy weight.
2. Keep food safe to eat.
3. Choose and prepare foods with less salt.
4. Do not drink alcohol.
5. Be physically active each day.
6. Get 5-9 fruits and vegies a day.
7. Keep cholesterol intake low.
8. Don't drink your calories.
9. Eat a variety of grains.
Your plate should look like this.
Not this
This looks good but, I'm sorry, no.
Much better!
Calorie-
The amount of energey required to raise the temperture of 1 litter of water 1 degree.
Only these 3 of the 6 essentail nutrients have calories
Fats
Cards
Proteins
Per gram
9
4
4
25-30% of your total intake
10-15% of your intake
60% of your total intake
AVOID REFINED CARBS
Refsugar, Cards-
Sugar, white pasta, white potatoes, white rice and white bread.
Don't eat in diets because they absorb too quickly in the blood stream.
Refined carbs are found in cereal, bread, granola, pasta, general baked goods.
If you would like to look into this more here are somthings you can look into.
Eat this not that
Biggest Loser simple swaps
http://www.fruitsandveggiesmatter.gov/
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