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what is the term for the amount of energy needed to raise the temperature of 1 kg of water by 1 degree Celsius calorie
which of the following is the most essential nutrient for building and repairing cells an tissue protein
which of the following contains 4 calories per gram protein
how many amino acids are considered "essential" because they cannot be made by the body and must be supplied by food 9
which of the following is a function of proteins they assist in maintaining the body's water balance
the body makes protein out of amino acids
it is recommended that what percentage of an individual's total daily caloric intake be made up of protein 10%-35%
which of the following provide 2/3 of a person's daily energy needs carbohydrates
it is recommended that what percentage of an individual's total daily caloric intake be made up of carbohydrates 45%-65%
which of the following can be converted to glucose and used for immediate fuel carbohydrates
after the body's carbohydrates reserves are depleted, which of the following does the body burn fat
which of the following is a function of fiber it absorbs organic wastes and toxins in the body so they can be expelled
which of the following are either stored in the liver and muscle cells as glycogen or converted and stored as fat carbohydrates
which of the following helps treat and prevent constipation, hemorrhoids, diverticular disease, and irritable bowel syndrome fiber
which of the following nutrients, if low in patient's diet, can result in an increased risk of colon cancer, hypercholesterolemia, and increased blood glucose levels fiber
which of the following is the daily recommendation of fiber for adults 14grams per 1,000 calories
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