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UTSGNFS284H1Tom WoleverFall

NFS284H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Microbiological Culture, Metabolic Pathway, Circulatory System

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There are four major types of tissue: muscle, nerve, epithelial, connective. The stomach contains many types of tissues: nervous tissue and connective
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UTSGNFS284H1Tom WoleverFall

NFS284H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Psyllium, Grain, Unsaturated Fat

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Nutrient-based approach how much of a nutrient is required to maintain health: recommended nutrient intakes (rni) lasted until the 1980s, dietary refer
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UTSGNFS284H1Tom WoleverFall

NFS284H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Nutrient Density, Dark Chocolate, Confounding

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Human nutrition studies the interaction between human health and food. How healthy is the canadian diet: canadian community health survey (cchs) is a s
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UTSGNFS284H1Debbie GurfinkelFall

NFS284H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Covalent Bond, Peptide, Glutathione

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Paths of nutrients in the body: digestion and absorption, transport through body , function and metabolism in the cells and organs , elimination of met
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UTSGNFS284H1Debbie GurfinkelFall

NFS284H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Vitamin B12 Deficiency, Retina, Low-Density Lipoprotein

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Paths of nutrients in the body: digestion and absorption, transport through body , function and metabolism in the cells and organs , elimination of met
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UTSGNFS284H1Debbie Gurfinkel & Thomas WoleverSpring

NFS284H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Peptic Ulcer, Helicobacter Pylori, Gastric Mucosa

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Hydrochloric acid: produced by parietal cells (cells in the stomach lining that make hydrochloric acid and intrinsic factor in response to nervous or h
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UTSGNFS284H1Debbie Gurfinkel & Thomas WoleverSpring

NFS284H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Beta-Glucan, Collard Greens, Alpha-Carotene

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Foods that provide health benefits beyond basic nutrition are called functional foods. Examples: whole grain products: has fibre, lignans, phytoestroge
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UTSGNFS284H1Debbie Gurfinkel & Thomas WoleverSpring

NFS284H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Omega-3 Fatty Acid, Prospective Cohort Study, Glycemic Index

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Dietary fibre, glycemic index and type 2 diabetes. A prospective cohort study is done to determine if there is an association between glycemic index, d
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UTSGNFS284H1Debbie GurfinkelFall

NFS284H1 Chapter Pg. 403-408: Week 1 Readings

Food contains substances that have not been identified as nutrients: may promote health and reduce disease risk. Foods that provide health benefits bey
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UTSGNFS284H1Debbie GurfinkelWinter

NFS284H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Folic Acid, Osteoporosis, Vitamin A

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UTSGNFS284H1Debbie GurfinkelFall

NFS284H1 Chapter Pg. 92-93, 102-103 : Week 2 Readings

Serves as a temporary storage place for food: when held in stomach, bolus is mixed with highly acidic stomach secretions to form a semiliquid food mass
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UTSGNFS284H1Debbie GurfinkelSummer

NFS284H1 Chapter 2: 2015-5-NFS284-CH2-L

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