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NUTRITION TEST #3

FATS

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WHAT ARE THE TWO TYPES OF TRIGLYCERIDES? SATURATED AND UNSATURATED
IS SATURATED OR UNSATURATED BETTER? WHAT ARE FOOD SOURCES OF EACH? SATURATED IS WORSE. SATURATED- ANIMAL SOURCES, UNSATURATED- PLANT SOURCES
WHAT ARE THE FUNCTIONS OF TRIGLYCERIDES STEROLS AND PHOSPHOLIPIDS? ENERGY STORAGE, HORMONES, CELL WALLS, EMULSIFIER, TRANSPORTATION
WHAT ARE SOME FOOD SOURCES OF CHOLESTEROL? ANIMAL SOURCES
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MONOUNSATURATED AND POLYUNSATURATED FATTY ACIDS? POLY- TWO DOUBLE BONDS, MONO- ONE DOUBLE BOND
TOTAL FAT INTAKE SHOULD MAKE UP ____% TO ____% OF TOTAL CALORIES 20-30%
SATURATED FAT INTAKE SHOULD BE LIMITED TO ___% 10%
WHICH FAT IS FOUND IN FISH? WHAT IS ITS BENEFIT TO THE BODY? OMEGA 3 FATTY ACIDS, PROTECTS FROM HEART DISEASE, LOWERS BLOOD PRESSURE, LOWERS LDL, LOWERS BLOOD CLOTTING AND INCREASES HDL
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN LDL AND HDL CHOLESTEROL? LDL- BAD, HDL- GOOD
WHAT IS THE NAME USED TO REFER TO "CARRIERS" OF FATS IN THE BODY? LIPOPROTEINS
THE GOAL FOR BLOOD CHOLESTEROL IS LESS THAN ____? 200 MG/DL
HOW CAN WE DECREASE BLOOD CHOLESTEROL? PHYSICAL ACTIVITY, EAT HEALTHIER, ADD OMEGA 3'S, INCREASE FIBER INTAKE, REPLACE SATURATED WITH UNSATURATED FATS
CHOLESTEROL IS ONLY FOUND WHERE? ANIMAL PRODUCTS
WHICH CHRONIC DISEASES ARE RELATED TO FAT INTAKE? DIABETES AND OBESITY
WHICH FATS ARE LIQUID AT ROOM TEMPERATURE? UNSATURATED
WHICH FATS ARE SOLID AT ROOM TEMPERATURE? SATURATED
WHAT ARE TRANS FATS AND HOW DO THEY ACT ON THE BODY? FORMED WHEN VEGETABLE OILS ARE SOLID AT ROOM TEMPERATURE
WHAT WORD COULD YOU LOOK FOR IN AN INGREDIENT LIST TO IDENTIFY TRANS FATS IN FOOD? HYDROGENATED
WHAT IS THE EFFECT OF SATURATED FAT ON THE BLOOD LIPID AND CHOLESTEROL LEVELS THAT MAKES IT A PRIME RISK FACTOR FOR HEART DISEASE? INCREASE LDL LEVELS
Created by: SarahElizabeth