FNH 250 Study Guide - Final Guide: Unsaturated Fat, Food Allergy, Gluten

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Published on 5 Jul 2017
School
UBC
Department
Food, Nutrition and Health
Course
FNH 250
Professor
Overview & Diet Quality
Essential Nutrients
- nutrients the body cannot make at all or in sufficient quantity
- must be obtained from diet
- meet three criteria:
1. must have an identified biological function
2. absence of nutrient must lead to observable symptoms
3. restoration of nutrient before permanent damage occurs will reverse
deficiency symptoms
Nutrient-dense foods vegetables, fruits, whole grains, legumes
Energy-dense foods potato chips, pop, alcohol (7 kcal/g)
Macronutrients (Energy-Yielding nutrients)
1. CHO (4 kcal/g)
2. FATS (9 kcal/g)
3. PRO (4 kcal/g)
Micronutrients (Non-Energy Yielding Nutrients)
4. Vitamins chemically organic compounds, susceptible to break down
- 4 fat-soluble (A, D, E, K)
- 9 water-soluble: B-vitamins & C
5. Minerals chemically inorganic, resistant to break down
- 7 major: sodium, potassium, chloride, calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, sulphur
- 8+ trace: iron, zinc, selenium, iodide, copper, fluoride, chromium, manganese
a. EWCFG (number of servings, serving sizes, types of foods to select, key messages)
Dietary planning guidance for 2+ years Canadians
A small amount of unsaturated fat is recommended for intake of EFA.
Enjoy a variety of foods from the four food groups.
Satisfy your thirst with water.
Recommended number of Food Guide servings per day for healthy adult, 19-50 years:
Food Groups
Females
Males
Vegetables and Fruit
7-8
8-10
Grain Products
6-7
8
Milk and Alternatives
2
2
Meat and Alternatives
2
3
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Nutrients the body cannot make at all or in sufficient quantity. Meet three criteria: must have an identified biological function, absence of nutrient must lead to observable symptoms, restoration of nutrient before permanent damage occurs will reverse deficiency symptoms. Nutrient-dense foods vegetables, fruits, whole grains, legumes. Energy-dense foods potato chips, pop, alcohol (7 kcal/g) Macronutrients (energy-yielding nutrients: cho (4 kcal/g, fats (9 kcal/g, pro (4 kcal/g) Micronutrients (non-energy yielding nutrients: vitamins chemically organic compounds, susceptible to break down. 9 water-soluble: b-vitamins & c: minerals chemically inorganic, resistant to break down. 7 major: sodium, potassium, chloride, calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, sulphur. 8+ trace: iron, zinc, selenium, iodide, copper, fluoride, chromium, manganese: ewcfg (number of servings, serving sizes, types of foods to select, key messages) A small amount of unsaturated fat is recommended for intake of efa. Enjoy a variety of foods from the four food groups. Recommended number of food guide servings per day for healthy adult, 19-50 years:

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