nutrition chapter 12 notes.docx

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Nutrition Science & Dietetics
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NSD 225
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Brann

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Alcoholic Hepatitis: inflammation of the liver caused by alcohol consumption Alzheimer’s Disease: a disease that results in a relentless and irreversible loss of mental function Aging: the inevitable accumulation of changes associated with and responsible for an ever- increasing susceptibility to disease and death Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder: condition characterized by a short attention span and a high level of activity, excitability, and distractibility Arthritis: a disease characterized by inflammation of the joints, pain, and sometimes changes in structure Binge Drinking: a pattern of drinking that brings a person’s blood alcohol concentration to 0.08 gram percent (mg/100mL) or above Calcium: RDAfor toddlers: 700 mg/day and 1000mg/day for young children. RDAfor age 9-18: 1300mg/day Cirrhosis: chronic and irreversible liver disease characterized by loss of functioning liver cells and accumulation of fibrous connective tissue Dementia: a deterioration of mental state that results in impaired memory, thinking, and/or
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