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Nutrient are the useable portions of food & include proteins, carbohydrates, fats, vitamins, minerals, water
List 6 nutrients fats, proteins, carbohydrates, minerals, vitamins, water
Calories The amount of energy that can be obtained from a nutrient is measurement in units known as this
Food source for Fats nuts, butter, bacon
Food source for Proteins milk, eggs, fish
Food source for Carbohydrates cereals, fruits, breads
Food source for Minerals table salt, milk, meats
Food source for Vitamins milk, butter, fruits
Food source for Water all foods
Carbohydrates provides energy, bulk, and fiber
Minerals helps build strong bones and teeth, helps normal blood and other tissue functioning
Vitamins prevents deficiency diseases, regulates body process and biochemical reactions
Water helps transport nutrients, regulates body process and biochemical reactions
Proteins needed for growth, maintenance and repair of tissues
Fats enegry source, insulation and lubrication
FDA U.S. Food and Drug Administration is responsible for ensuring foods are safe, wholesome, and sanitary
Amount of energy needed to raise the temperature of 1 kg of water 1 degree C Calorie
Nutrients that are used to build and repair body parts are called Proteins
Support and cushion vital organs, insulate the body from heat loss, and supply energy Fats
Amino Acids Chains of these make up proteins
Micronutrients that may be fat-soluble or water soluble are called Minerals
What nutrient would you pick during an emergency situation Water
To prevent heart disease and other problems your diet should consist of a limited amount of these Fats
Created by: kich