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Nutrtion vocab

TermDefinition
Nutrition The process of providing the food necessary for health and growth
Calories Heat energy
IDa International Development Association
Vitamins Any group of organic compounds that are essential for normal growth and nutritions
Minerals A solid inorganic substance of natural occurence
Cholesterol A compound of the sterol type found in most body tissue
Fats A natural greasy substance occurring in animal bodies
Proteins Any class of nitrogenous organic compounds that consist of large molecules composed of one or more long food chains
Fiber A substance formed of threads or filaments
Carbohydrates Any of a large class of organic compound
Lipids Any of a class of organic compound that are fatty acids
Glucose A simple sugar that is an important source in living organism
appetite A natural desire for food
Hunger A feeling of lack of wanting food
amino acids A simple organic compound containing both carboyl and amino acids
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