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PSYCH 243 Lecture Notes - Turnip, Diarrhea, Soy Milk

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Fall 2012

Department
Psychology - CA
Course Code
PSYCH 243
Professor
Frederick Brown

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Psych
9/24
Class 9
Chapter 3 – Assertive Health Behaviors – Liquids
1) Pure fruit and vegetable juices
Natural pleasant tastes
Least amount of allergens
Commercial juices not completely “pure” with fructose corn syrup added – check the label
2) Caffeine based stimulant drinks
Coffee, some teas, cola, and cocoa (all plant derived)
Diuretics: urinate more than with plain water
Sleep onset delayed, or interrupted by urinating
Can continue for 12-20 hours
Belongs to same chemical family as cocaine
Addiction can cause mild withdrawal symptoms
Some headaches for only day or two
Caffeine Amounts in Beverages:
Low range – cocoa (6 oz = ½ mug)
Middle range – tea and ½ mug of coffee
Coffee High Range
Most US coffee mugs average two servings or moderate intake of caffeine
Four 6 oz servings = 2 mugs coffee per day
Coffee (natural plant product) – Positive antioxidant compounds (flavanoids) to boost the immune
system
Decaffeinated coffee – almost but not completely caffeine free
Non-caffeine teas – Plant leaves, stems, pods. Blossoms and seeds
Both kinds of teas have other beneficial nutritional substances (antioxidants, immune-system boosters)
in them as well
C) Sweet based drinks (soda, pop, tonics)
Poor source of water
Some fruit or naturally sweet juice flavoring – stimulates hunger
Some caffeine based colas or caffeine added non colas
Both carbonated and non carbonated
Most fructose based drinks equivalent to 11 teaspoons of sugar per 12 oz can (about 240
calories per pound)
Steevia – Natural sweetener

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Psych 9/24 Class 9 Chapter 3 –Assertive Health Behaviors – Liquids 1) Pure fruit and vegetable juices – Natural pleasant tastes – Least amount of allergens – Commercial juices not completely “pure” with fructose corn syrup added – check the label 2) Caffeine based stimulant drinks – Coffee, some teas, cola, and cocoa (all plant derived) – Diuretics: urinate more than with plain water – Sleep onset delayed, or interrupted by urinating – Can continue for 12-20 hours – Belongs to same chemical family as cocaine – Addiction can cause mild withdrawal symptoms – Some headaches for only day or two CaffeineAmounts in Beverages: Low range – cocoa (6 oz = ½ mug) Middle range – tea and ½ mug of coffee Coffee High Range – Most US coffee mugs average two servings or moderate intake of caffeine – Four 6 oz servings = 2 mugs coffee per day Coffee (natural plant product) – Positive antioxidant compounds (flavanoids) to boost the immune system Decaffeinated coffee – almost but not completely caffeine free Non-caffeine teas – Plant leaves, stems, pods. Blossoms and seeds Both kinds of teas have other beneficial nutritional substances (antioxidants, immune-system boosters) in them as well C) Sweet based drinks (soda, pop, tonics) – Poor source of water – Some fruit or naturally sweet juice flavoring – stimulates hunger – Some caffeine based colas or caffeine added non colas – Both carbonated and non carbonated – Most fructose based drinks equivalent to 11 teaspoons of sugar per 12 oz can (about 240 calories per pound) Steevia – Natural sweetener D) Milk – Natural beverage of all infant mammals Whole milk not necessary after age two – Skim or fat free okay for protein and vitamin D – Requires lactase enzyme to digest milk lactose: – Lactase production decreases with age for most humans Lactose Intolerance – 20% Europeans – 50% Hispanics – 75 – 95% African, Asian and NativeAmerican Symptoms of lactose intolerance: – Severe abdomi
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