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OSUHUMNNTR 2210Larissa Taye BrophyFall

HUMNNTR 2210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Bariatric Surgery, Stimulus Control, Behavior Modification

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Energy balance considers energy intake and energy output. Negative energy balance occurs when energy output surpasses energy intake, resulting in weigh
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HUMNNTR 2310 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Myplate, Nutrient Density, Energy Density

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OSUHUMNNTR 2210Larissa Taye BrophyFall

HUMNNTR 2210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Food Energy, Malnutrition

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Poverty is commonly linked to chronic or periodic undernutrition. Malnutrition can occur when the food supply is either scarce or abundant. The resulti
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HUMNNTR 2310 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Nutrient

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OSUHUMNNTR 2210Larissa Taye BrophyFall

HUMNNTR 2210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Trans Fat, Maximum Life Span, Multivitamin

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Although maximum life span has not changed, life expectancy has increased dramatically over the past century. For many societies, this means that an in
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OSUHUMNNTR 2210Larissa Taye BrophyFall

HUMNNTR 2210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Maple Syrup, Corn Syrup, Neotame

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Carbohydrates are created in plants through photosynthesis. They are our main fuel source for body cells. Refined and processed products lack many of t
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OSUHUMNNTR 2210Larissa Taye BrophyFall

HUMNNTR 2210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Dietitian, Nutrient Density, Energy Density

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A healthy eating plan is based on consuming a variety of foods balanced by a moderate intake of each food and will minimize the risk of developing nutr
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OSUHUMNNTR 2210Larissa Taye BrophyFall

HUMNNTR 2210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Very Low-Density Lipoprotein, Dietary Reference Intake, Low-Density Lipoprotein

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Lipids are a group of compounds that do not dissolve in water. Fatty acids are the simplest form of lipid: three fatty acids on each triglyceride. Trig
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OSUHUMNNTR 2210Larissa Taye BrophyFall

HUMNNTR 2210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Extreme Weight Loss, Binge Eating, Disordered Eating

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Disordered eating encompasses mild and short-term changes in eating patterns that occur as a result of life stress, illness, or a desire to change body
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OSUHUMNNTR 2210Larissa Taye BrophyFall

HUMNNTR 2210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Portal Vein, Protein Quality, Sickle-Cell Disease

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Amino acids, the building blocks of proteins, contain a very usable form of nitrogen for humans. Of the 20 common types of amino acids found in food, n
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OSUHUMNNTR 2210Larissa Taye BrophyFall

HUMNNTR 2210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Dietary Reference Intake, Infant Formula, Birth Weight

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Growth is rapid during infancy; birth weight doubles in 4-6 months, and length increases by 50% in the first year. An adequate intake diet, especially
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OSUHUMNNTR 2210Larissa Taye BrophyFall

HUMNNTR 2210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, Listeriosis, Advanced Maternal Age

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Energy imbalances can adversely affect fertility by altering hormone levels and promoting oxidative damage. Polycystic ovary syndrome, which tends to c
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