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Nutrition & Exercise

NUTR3000 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Trans Fat, Saturated Fat, High-Level Data Link Control
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Dietary fat intake, cholesterol, sugar and atherosclerosis Plasma Cholesterol and Heart disease- an historical view Cholesterol has a vital role in manufacturing some vitamins (vitamin D), some hormones and cell membranes...

Nutrition
NUTR3000
David Jenkins
NUTR3000 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Phaseolus Lunatus, Firmicutes, Dysbiosis
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The gut bacteria and health The average person has ~ 2kg of bacteria that live in parts of the body exposed to the environment. The term microbiomedescribes this bacterial community. There are over 160 different specie...

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NUTR3000
David Jenkins
NUTR3000 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Biological Value, Blood Sugar, Soybean
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Nutritional Biochemistry: Proteins Amino acids contain hydrogen, carbon, oxygen and nitrogen. Of the 20 amino acids required by the body, our body can make 11 amino acids. We cant make 9 of them. 9 have to be gained from ...

Nutrition
NUTR3000
David Jenkins
NUTR3000 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Exercise Intensity, Blood Sugar, Skeletal Muscle
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Nutritional Biochemistry: Carbohydrate Carbohydrates are comprised of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen. It helps to provide energy and supports high intensity exercise. CHOs generally represent 40-45% of total daily energy in...

Nutrition
NUTR3000
David Jenkins
NUTR3000 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Glycogen Synthase, Glycogen, Insulin
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L3 Nutrition for recovery after training and competition Glycogen resynthesis Amount of CHO Timing of CHO GI Muscle of the training store more fuel. Improved capacity for the athlete to burn more fat > he can spare more ...

Nutrition
NUTR3000
David Jenkins
NUTR3000 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Ferritin, Phytic Acid, Fad Diet
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Iron Poor intake of Iron most likely to occur to female, endurance and adolescent athletes, those that are limiting their energy intake. Athletes, especially female athletes may have poor intake of many minerals includin...

Nutrition
NUTR3000
David Jenkins
NUTR3000 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Resveratrol, Red Wine, Natriuretic Peptide
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FIBRE INTAKE AND REDUCED RISK OF CVD Pectins (fruits) and soluble bres (oats and barley) reduce cholesterol, but not by much.Avery high intake of soluble bre is necessary to elicit a small effect on [LDL]. Insoluble bre ha...

Nutrition
NUTR3000
David Jenkins
NUTR3000 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Carnitine, Coconut Oil, Triglyceride
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Medium Chain Triglyceride (MCT) Supplementation Examine the consumption of fat during exercise in the context of sparing muscle glycogen. Why want to spare muscle glycogen? If you can delay glycogen usage, you can delay hi...

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NUTR3000
David Jenkins
NUTR3000 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Hip Fracture, Amenorrhoea, Bone Density
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Menstrual Disturbances Menstrual disturbances are the most recognisable symptom of the female triad. Long-term energy restriction leads to endocrine disturbances; there is disruption to the hypothalamic pituitary axis an...

Nutrition
NUTR3000
David Jenkins
NUTR3000 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Exercise Intensity, Sports Drink, Hemorheology
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L3 Nutrition: Fluid intake and hydration Sweat is the only way to lose heat when the ambient temperature is greater than the skin temperature. 1 litre of sweat, when evaporated, helps the body lose 580kcal of energy. A...

Nutrition
NUTR3000
David Jenkins
NUTR3000 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Hyponatremia, Glycogen, Blood Sugar
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NUTR3000 CHO intake before and during competition Muscle glycogen and exercise capacity The following questions are helpful when nutritional strategies are devised for an athlete: 1) What is the duration (and thus the in...

Nutrition
NUTR3000
David Jenkins
NUTR3000 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Square Enix Europe, Vo2 Max, Exercise Intensity
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Fat Oxidation High fat diets = Low CHO diet Fat can only be burned in oxygen. Exercise intensity will affect the mix of fat and glycogen. Low intensity exercise > burning predominately fat rather than glycogen. Moderate...

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NUTR3000
David Jenkins

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