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Foods and Nutrition 1030E Chapter Notes - Chapter 18-19: Low-Density Lipoprotein, Macrophage, Folic Acid

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8 Mar 2018
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Chapters 18/19: life cycle nutrition (adulthood) & diet and health. The six leading causes of death in canada for 2011: cancers (diet related, heart di
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Foods and Nutrition 1030E Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Collagen, Vitamin K, Xeroderma

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3 Mar 2018
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Foods and Nutrition 1030E Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Cardiorespiratory Fitness, Cardiovascular Disease, Impaired Glucose Tolerance

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22 Feb 2018
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Foods and Nutrition 1030E Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Vitamin, Iron Overload, Vitamin K

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18 Feb 2018
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About blood: when blood is centrifuged, 55% of volume is plasma, 45% red blood cells, less than 1% platelets and white blood cells (leukocytes) *bacter
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Foods and Nutrition 1030E Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Nutrient, Cereal Germ, Lipoprotein

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6 Dec 2017
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Lipid family: triglycerides (fats and oils, phospholipids, sterols. Triglycerides/fatty acids: lipids composed of carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, triglycerid
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Foods and Nutrition 1030E Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Active Transport, Health Canada, Homeostasis

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4 Dec 2017
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Carbohydrates: 1/3 of the essential macronutrients, source of energy (especially in nerve cells, chemical structure: cho (carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, foo
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Foods and Nutrition 1030E Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Gastric Acid, Pepsin, Peristalsis

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3 Dec 2017
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The food we eat undergoes three processes: digestion, absorption, elimination. Digestion: process by which food is broken down into absorbable units. M
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Foods and Nutrition 1030E Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Lysine, Hydrogen Atom, Protein Structure

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20 Nov 2017
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Protein: chemical compound composed of carbon, hydrogen, oxygen and nitrogen arranged into amino acids linked in a chain, usually made up of 20 common
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Foods and Nutrition 1030E Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Lipoprotein, Lipid Bilayer, Heat Stroke

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24 Dec 2017
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Water balance: every cell contains specific fluid for its functions, intracellular fluid: fluid inside cell, extracellular fluid: fluid outside cell, i
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Foods and Nutrition 1030E Chapter 10: chapter 10 - energy metabolism

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18 Nov 2017
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Water-soluble vitamins: b vitamins, thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, biotin, pantothenic acid, vitamin b6, folate, vitamin b12, vitamin c. Fat-soluble vita
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Foods and Nutrition 1030E Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Riboflavin, Niacin, Thiamine

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16 Oct 2017
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Nutrients (classes: carbohydrates (organic, lipids/fats (organic, proteins (organic, vitamins (organic, minerals (inorganic, water (inorganic) Nutrient
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Foods and Nutrition 1030E Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Lipoprotein, Ender Wiggin, Constipation

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15 Oct 2017
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Energy compromises various forms: heat, mechanical, electrical, chemical. Metabolism: the sum total of all the chemical reactions that go on in living
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