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Week 2 Unit 3 Test

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A doctor who is trained to handle particular kinds of patients or madical condition Specialists
Keeping disease or injury from happening or getting worse Preventive Care
The medical doctor who provides physical checkups and general care Primary Care Physicians
All the medical care available to a nation's people, the way they receive the care, and the way the care is paid for Health Care System
A type of insurance in which the medical providers agree to charge less for members of the plan Preferred Provider Organizations (PPOs)
A plan which private companies or government programs pay part of a person's medical cost Health Insurance
A health plan that allows members to choose providers inside or outside the plan Point of Servise (POs)
An organizations that provides health care for a fixed price Health Maintenance Organization (HMO)
A joint federal and state program that helps pay medical costs Medicaid
The protectiona nd promotion of health at the community level Public Health
Covers people age 65 and over and some younger than 65 who have medical disabilities or other specific conditions Medicare
The psychological (mind) desire for food Appetite
The process of using food and its substances to help your body have energy, grow, develop, and work properly Nutrition
The physical need for food Hunger
Units of heat that measures the energy used by the body and the energy that foods supply to the body Calories
Substances in tfood that your body needs Nutrients
The sugar and starches that provide your body with most of its energy Carbohydrates
Small units that make up protein Amino acids
A shortage of nutrition Nutrient deficiency
Fats that are solid at room temperature Saturated fats
Nutrients that your body uses to build, repair, and maintain cells and tissues Proteins
The part of the fruits, vegetables, grains, and beans that your body cannot digest Fiber
Substances needed in small quantities to help regulate body funtions Vitamins
Fats that remain liquid at room temperature Unsaturated fats
Elements needed in small quantities for forming healthy bones and teeth, and for regulating certain body processes Minerals
The chemical for in which most fat exists in food and the chief form of fat storage in the body Triglycerides
A waxy substance used by the body to build cells and hormones to protect nerve fibers Cholesterol
The percent of the recommended daily amount of nutrient provided in a serving of food Percent daily value
Recommendations about food choices for all healthy Americans age 2 and over Dietary Guidelines for Americans
A sickness that results from eating food that is not safe to eat Foodborne illness
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