30 S 1 9 And 10 Food Intakeand Disorders

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30 S 1 9 And 10 Food Intakeand Disorders

  1. 1. Entry slip: What nutrient functions as a “coenzyme” and what does this mean? Lesson 1.9- Evaluate personal food intake and related food decisions (pp370-371) of Biology-McGraw-Hill Ryerson) I. Personal food intake:
  2. 2. a. Considering the need for the six major nutrients to be present in our daily diet, the four food groups help us choose a well-balanced diet to meet all of our nutritional needs. i. Grain products: provide CHO’s ii. Vegetables and Fruits: provides water, minerals, vitamins, CHO’s iii. Milk products: provides protein, lipids, CHO’s, water and vitamins iv. Meat and alternatives: provides protein, lipids II. Assignment: design a meal plan, for breakfast, lunch or supper that provides a balance of the six major nutrients. Lesson 1.10- Issues related to digestion (pp372-373) of Biology-McGraw-Hill Ryerson)
  3. 3. I. Fad diets: Diets or eating plans for the purpose of losing weight that often fail to give the dieter a balance of all six major nutrients. II. Some fad diets include: a.Low-CHO diet: The idea is by reducing you CHO intake (sugar and grain foods), the body will burn it’s extra fat for energy. You can eat all the fat and protein foods you want. b. Cabbage-soup diet: You can eat all the cabbage soup you want. The idea is that you feel “full” although there is very little CHO’s, protein or fat in the cabbage that your body would need for energy, and your body in turn burns its own fat for energy. c. Tapeworm diet: see http://www.everydiet.org/fad_diets.h tm
  4. 4. d. Any others that you can think of???

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