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NUR1055 EXAM 3

Where do carbs come from? Sugars & starches - plant foods.
Examples of carb sources: Milk, grains, fruit & root vegetables.
What are carbs converted to? Glucose.
What happens to to excess glucose if not all of it is used? It is converted to glycogen or fat.
Where is glycogen and fat stored? Glycogen will be stored in the liver & muscles. Fat is stored in adipose tissue.
Where do complete proteins come from? Animal sources.
Where to incomplete proteins comes from? Plant sources such as legumes, nuts, grains and vegetables.
What is glucose used for? It is used to make ATP. (Energy)
What is the daily recommended daily amount for carbs? 125 - 175 g complex carbs /day
What is the daily recommended daily amount for proteins? Women = 45 g per day / Men = 56 g per day
Name 5 types of fats (lipids) & give examples of sources. - Neutral fats: Saturated animal product (milk, meat) & some plant (coconut). - Unsaturated: Seeds, nuts, vegetable oils - Cholesterol: Meats, milk, egg yolks - Phospholipids: Cell membranes -
What are the dietary considerations for GERD? Avoid excessive amounts of foods that relax the LES including fatty & fried foods, chocolate, caffeinated bevs (coffee, peppermint, spicy foods, tomatoes, citrus fruits, alcohol)
What causes hepatic encephalopathy?
Created by: shaston001