Nutrients

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Nutrients

  1. 1. NutritionMenu’s<br />Sofia Araripe, Nicolás Ceva, SooBin andLinnStahlberg<br />
  2. 2. Water<br /><ul><li>Maintainsthebodytemperature
  3. 3. Helps dissolve fat. </li></li></ul><li>Water<br />Menu #1 –<br />-Yogurt,<br />-Fruit,<br />-Vegetable,<br />-Milk,<br />Menu #2 –<br />-Small cupofcoffee<br />-Fruits<br />Menu #3 – <br />
  4. 4. Carbohydrates<br /><ul><li>Main source ofenergy,
  5. 5. Sugar, Glucose</li></li></ul><li>Carbohydrates<br />Menu #1 –Toast, <br /><ul><li>Light cream cheese,
  6. 6. Potato,
  7. 7. Butter
  8. 8. Fruits</li></ul>Menu #2 –<br /><ul><li>Honey
  9. 9. Granola
  10. 10. Wholegrainbread
  11. 11. Fruits
  12. 12. Cheese
  13. 13. Nuts
  14. 14. Toats
  15. 15. Peanutbutter
  16. 16. Eggwhites</li></ul>Menu #3 –<br />
  17. 17. Lypids<br /><ul><li>Theyinsulatethebody,
  18. 18. Givethebodyenergy
  19. 19. Protectsorgans.</li></li></ul><li>Lypids<br />Menu #1 –<br /><ul><li>Toast
  20. 20. Cream Cheese
  21. 21. Butter
  22. 22. Yogurt</li></ul>Menu #2 –<br /><ul><li>Walnuts
  23. 23. Cheese
  24. 24. Meat
  25. 25. Eggwhites
  26. 26. ChickenSalad
  27. 27. Tortillas
  28. 28. PeanutButter</li></ul>Menu #3 –<br />
  29. 29. Proteins<br /><ul><li>Help themusclesgrow</li></li></ul><li>Proteins<br />Menu #1 –<br /><ul><li>Fruit,
  30. 30. Light yogurt,
  31. 31. Potato (if you eat the skin),
  32. 32. Skimmed milk,
  33. 33. Beef,
  34. 34. Vegetable, </li></ul>Menu #2 –<br /><ul><li>Beans
  35. 35. Cheese
  36. 36. Eggwhites
  37. 37. Tuna
  38. 38. Turkey
  39. 39. Breastfillet
  40. 40. Legumes</li></ul>Menu #3 –<br />
  41. 41. Minerals<br /><ul><li>Similar to nutrients
  42. 42. Essencial to ourlife</li></li></ul><li>Minerals<br />Menu #1 – <br /><ul><li>Toast,
  43. 43. Potato,
  44. 44. Skimmed milk,
  45. 45. Vegetables,
  46. 46. Cream cheese,
  47. 47. Yogurt </li></ul>Menu #2 –<br /><ul><li>Fat-freeyogurt
  48. 48. Cheese
  49. 49. Almonds
  50. 50. Beans
  51. 51. Meats</li></ul>Menu #3 –<br />
  52. 52. Vitamins<br /><ul><li>Water-solublevitamins– dissolved in water
  53. 53. Fat-solublevitamins – absorbed in fat</li></li></ul><li>Minerals<br />Menu #1 –<br /><ul><li>Fruits
  54. 54. Vegetables
  55. 55. ChickenSalad</li></ul>Menu #2 –<br /><ul><li>Fruits
  56. 56. Vegetables
  57. 57. ChickenSalad</li></ul>Menu #3 – <br />
  58. 58. Conclusion<br />Menu #1 –<br /><ul><li>Oneweekdiet;
  59. 59. Lacksimportantnutrients;</li></ul>Menu #2 –<br /><ul><li>Hasplentyofnutrients
  60. 60. Balanceddiet</li></ul>Menu #3 –<br /><ul><li>No carbohydrates
  61. 61. Fatteningfood</li>

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