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Ch 1. personal development

The Science that studies relationships between people and their work environment ergonomics
Appropriate nutrient intakes established by U.s.Government RDA
The term RDA stands for Recommended dietary allowances
what is the RDA of proper daily portions for carbohydrates(complex) 45-65%
an excellent source for essential fatty acid is fatty fish
the outward reflection of inner feelings,thoughts,attitudes and values is called personality
the statements identified the "Golden Rule" do unto others as you would have them do unto you
the study of human conduct is known as professional ethics
the process of converting raw materials in the form of carbohydrates, fats and protein into energy is known as nutiriton
the energy found in food is measured in calories
the energy in food can be stored in the body as fat
The average number of hours of sleep needed per night to function properly is? 6-8 hours
Created by: quinny40