DANCE 3 Lecture 5: 4/18/17 Lecture Notes

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University of California - Irvine
Deborah Messina- Kleinman

4/18: Dance 3 Lecture Notes Potential warning signs of suicide • Verbal threats • Increasing social withdrawal/isolation • Previous history of attempts • Suicide by a family member or friend • Readily available means of committing suicide • History of substance abuse or eating disorders • Giving away treasured possessions • Sudden inexplicable “lightening of mood” – unexpected happiness. • Resources: 1800-273-8255 o UCI Campus: 949-824-5304 You are not alone—others do care. The crisis will pass. No reason to be embarrassed. Get in touch with someone you know. Call a hotline, reach out to campus resources. Suicide is preventable. Do all that you can to help and get help. NUTRITION About half of all American adults have one or more preventable chronic diseases, many of which are related to poor eating and physical activity patterns. 6 essential nutrients (know these) • macronutrients o Carbohydrates o Proteins o Fats • Micronutrients o Vitamins o Minerals o Water • Essential nutrients are needed from outside of the body (from food) because the body either cannot make them at all or cannot make enough. Several ways to classify nutrients • Provides energy? • Macronutrient or micronutrient? • Organic or inorganic? Provide energy (Contributes calories to the diet) • Carbs (4 calories per gram), proteins (4 calories per gram),, fat (9 calories a gram) Regulate the body • Proteins, fats, vitamins, Vitamins, minerals, water Build and repair • Proteins, fats, minerals, water A calorie is a unit of measure of the amount of energy in a food Calorie = kilocalories (1,000 calories) CAPITAL C Because Calories are a unit of measure, they do not qualify as a nutrient. 1 calorie – the amount of energy needed to raise 1 kg of water 1 degree Celsius. Macronutrients: • Needed in larger quantities • Carbs, proteins, lipids (fats), water Micronutrients: • Vitamins • Minerals • Needed in larger quantities Organic nutrients (contain carbon—“alive”) • Vitamins • Carbs • Proteins • Lipids/fats Inorganic • Minera
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