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NFS386H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Saturated Fat, Saponification, Margarine

find more resources at oneclass.com NFS386 LECTURE 05 LECTURE 05 - LIPIDS I Fatty acids o Part of TAGs, linked to glycerol via ester bonds o Free FAs are spoilage indicators (hydro...

Nutritional Science
NFS386H1
Debbie Gurfinkel
NFS386H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Freezing-Point Depression, Ice Crystals, Frozen Food

NFS386 LECTURE 02 LECUTRE-02 WATER weight water in food Moisture = water content = h Water activity: availability of water in a food system (for chemical reactions) implications for food quality (water can support microbi...

Nutritional Science
NFS386H1
Debbie Gurfinkel
NFS386H1 Lecture 1: introduction

NFS386 LECTURE 01 LECTURE 01 INTRODUCTION Food science: study of how to maintain food quality; from farm to fork. Food chemistry: how chemical composition of food affects quality o Quality attributes of food Nutritional qu...

Nutritional Science
NFS386H1
Debbie Gurfinkel
NFS284H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Dietary Reference Intake, Manganese, Fluid Balance

Minerals Inorganic elements needed by body in small amount 1. Major minerals (required amounts >100mg) Sodium Potassium Calcium Phosphorus Magnesium 2. Trace minerals or elements (required amounts <100mg) Iodine Iron Zinc ...

Nutritional Science
NFS284H1
Debbie Gurfinkel
NFS284H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Manganese, Fluid Balance, Magnesium
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What are the major minerals? Sodium Potassium Calcium Phosphorus Magnesium What are the trace minerals? Iodine Iron Zinc Copper Manganese Chromium Electrolytes What do electrolyte do? Maintain fluid balance K Na Are Canadi...

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NFS284H1
Debbie Gurfinkel
NFS284H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Cretinism, Collagen, Insulin Receptor
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IRON is the most common micronutrient deficiency in the world. 2 forms of iron in the diet: Heme iron: animal sources, myoglobin in meat. Best absorbed. Non- heme iron: plant sources (leafy greens, legumes, grains). More ...

Nutritional Science
NFS284H1
Debbie Gurfinkel & Thomas Wolever
NFS284H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Magnesium, Collagen, Bioavailability
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CALCIUM Absorption of calcium is inefficient if its by passive diffusion. If you have enough vitamin D in your system, you will have enough of the transport proteins and the absorption will be more efficient. The RDA take...

Nutritional Science
NFS284H1
Debbie Gurfinkel & Thomas Wolever
NFS284H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Triiodothyronine, Iron-Deficiency Anemia, Hydrogen Peroxide
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Iodine Where does Iodine come from in your diet? Seafood and plants grown near the sea Iodized salt Is iodized salt found in processed food? No What is Iodine required for? It is a co...

Nutritional Science
NFS284H1
Debbie Gurfinkel
NFS284H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Vitamin Deficiency, Keratin, Xerophthalmia
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Vitamin A Why is Vitamin A the most common Vitamin deficiency? Not found across the food supply Are Canadians Vitamin A deficient? No Is there Vitamin A in fast food? Very little in the cheese What preformed Vitamin A is f...

Nutritional Science
NFS284H1
Debbie Gurfinkel
NFS284H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Atrophic Gastritis, Autoimmune Disease, Homocysteine
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Vitamin Functions Which are required for energy metabolism? o Thiamine o Riboflavin o Niacin o Pantothenic acid o biotin What are antioxidants? o Vitamin C o Vitamin E What are required for single carbon metabolism (transf...

Nutritional Science
NFS284H1
Debbie Gurfinkel
NFS284H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Body Mass Index, Insulin Resistance, Underweight

Lecture 1 Energy Balance and Weight Management Body Weight and Health Body Mass Index (BMI) = weight (kg) height (m ) 2 o Underweight = <18.5 o Normal: 18.5 24.9 o Overweight = 25.0 29.9 o Obese = >30 Increased risk for mo...

Nutritional Science
NFS284H1
Debbie Gurfinkel
NFS284H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Natural Health Product, Vitamin B12, Vitamin B6

Lecture 4 Micronutrients: Vitamins Ushaped curve o Harm is increased when dose of nutrient is too low or too high What are Vitamins? Watersoluble vitamins o Vitamin B Thiamin (B 1 Riboflavin (B2) Niacin (B3) Biotin Pantoth...

Nutritional Science
NFS284H1
Debbie Gurfinkel
NFS284H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Lean Body Mass, High-Density Lipoprotein, Muscle Hypertrophy

Lecture 2 Exercise, Fitness and Health Fitness: the ability to perform routine physical activity without undue fatigue Overload principle: adaptation to stress during exercise o The more you do, the more you are capable of...

Nutritional Science
NFS284H1
Debbie Gurfinkel
NFS284H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Dietary Reference Intake, Angiotensin, Water Intoxication

Lecture 5 Water and Electrolytes, Minerals and Trace Elements Water and Electrolytes Sodium, potassium, chloride Water: The Internal Sea Water balance depends on water intake (food, drink, metabolism) = water output (urine...

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NFS284H1
Debbie Gurfinkel
NFS284H1 Lecture 11: NFS284 WEEK 11
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Have a BMI more than 97 percentile: obese 8597 percentile: overweight Life expectancy for men was lower bc they smoked more, but thats not true anymore, so theyre catching up. The older adult is vulnerable to weight loss a...

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NFS284H1
Debbie Gurfinkel & Thomas Wolever
Laboratory Basics - Reference Guides

Lab safety is the cornerstone principle in this compelling Guide. All international safety symbols are clearly defined, with all basic lab glassware and equipment depicted by text description and diagrams. The Guide also p...

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