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  • 1. ESSENTIAL NUTRIENTS Yr 10 HHD What nutrients do we need? What is their purpose? What foods can we find them in? www.wikipedia.org
  • 2. There are 7 Essential Nutrients
    • Carbohydrates
    • Protein
    • Fats
    • Fibre
    • Vitamins
    • Minerals
    • Water
  • 3. Carbohydrates
    • Also known as sugars and starches (glucose, fructose and sucrose). Are the principle energy source for our bodies.
    • We need adequate carbohydrate stores for our bodies to function properly.
    • Travel in our blood and stored in muscles as Glycogen.
  • 4. Where can we get carb’s from?
  • 5. Protein
    • Made up of Amino Acids.
    • Amino acids are the building blocks of our bodies. Making up muscle, organs and tissues.
    • The body stores protein for muscle growth, excess protein is converted to fat and stored.
    • The body only uses protein as a main energy source if it is in distress.
  • 6. Where can we get Protein from?
  • 7. Fats and Oils
    • Fats are the storage form of energy in our bodies.
    • They are stored around our organs and under our skin for protection and warmth.
    • Fats are the bodies energy source secondary to Carb’s.
    • Fats are an incredible rich energy source. Providing nearly 10 times more energy than other nutrients.
  • 8. Fats and Oils
    • There are “good” (unsaturated) fats and “bad” (saturated) fats.
    • Saturated tend to come from animal products and unsaturated from plants.
    • It is important to regularly consume fat in your diet.
  • 9. Sources of Fat
    • Which of these are saturated fats and which are unsaturated?
  • 10. Dietary Fibre
    • Dietary Fibre is derived from plant foods only. Lentils, beans, cereals, fruit and vegetables.
    • It speeds up the rate of bowel movements and increases the bulk of faeces.
    • It is also said to prevent many diseases, in particular cancer .
  • 11. Vitamins
    • Vitamins are found in most of the foods we eat.
    • Keep metabolism regular and help release energy from digested foods.
    • Allow the body to process carbohydrates, fats, and proteins.
    • Some vitamins also help the body produce blood cells, hormones, chemicals and genetic material.
  • 12. VITAMINS
    • Help prevent diseases.
    • Vitamins also help protect the body from heart disease and cancer.
    • There are 13 well-identified vitamins.
  • 13. Vitamins
    • Fat soluble:
    • Include vitamin A, vitamin D, vitamin E, and vitamin K.
    • Water soluble:
    • - Include the B group vitamins and vitamin C C.
  • 14. B Group Vitamins
    • Thiamin
    • Riboflavin
    • Niacin
    • Pantothenic acid
    • Biotin
    • Vitamin B6
    • Folate (sometimes called folic acid)
    • Vitamin B12
  • 15. Minerals
    • Minerals are inorganic substances, this means we don’t get them from plants or animals, minerals come from the earth
    • 14 minerals have been shown to be critical to human health.
  • 16. Essential Minerals
    • These minerals are:
    • calcium
    • chromium
    • copper
    • fluorine
    • iodine
    • iron
    • magnesium
    • manganese
    • molybdenum
    • phosphorus
    • potassium
    • selenium
    • sodium
    • zinc
  • 17. Your Task:
    • Create a fact sheet containing information on
    • 3 vitamins or 3 minerals (If you choose B group, pick 1 e.g. B12)
    • Your fact sheet should include:
      • Role and sources of the vitamin.
      • Where it is stored
      • Facts about deficiency of the vitamin
      • Recommended amounts of the vitamin
      • Consequences' of too much
      • Extra information
    • Extra points for presentation and additional points
    • Assessment will be peer and teacher based (rubric).