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Food Groups Proteins Vitamins Minerals Fats and Oils Carbohydrates
Starch and Sugars Also fibre (Called roughage-to make you gooooooooo!) Used for energy
Test for Starch Blue-black colour appears Solution Containing Starch Add Iodine solution
Test for Glucose Orange colour appears Solution Containing Reducing Sugar Benedict’s solution Heat it up
Proteins Meat, Eggs, Cheese and Beans. Used to repair the body and grow new cells.
Test for Protein Violet Colour Solution Containing Protein Sodium Hydroxide Dilute Copper (II) Sulphate Solution
Fats and Oils Converted to energy Also used for insulation Brown paper test – Rub it on Food Clear patch on brown paper proves food contains oils
Minerals Simple elements needed for specific functions Calcium for………. Teeth and Bones Iron for…………. Blood Cells
Vitamins More complicated chemicals used in the body Vitamin C……..Skin (Lack Scurvy) Vitamin B1……Nerves (BeriBeri) Vitamin D……..Bones (Rickets)
Food Pyramid A balanced diet includes all the food groups in the proportions of the pyramid
Heat Proof - Food has energy Burn food (A peanut in- fact) it heats up water Must be an energy conversion FOOD HAS ENERGY Peanut
Healthy Eating. How is your body like a car? It needs fuel to run. The fuel your body uses comes from food, or more specifically from nutrients. Nutrients.
Calcium. A mineral needed to build and maintain bones and teeth. Food in the milk group are a good source of this.
The food Guide Pyramid By: Ashwag Ali Al- Ghamdi (B)
Requirements of living things. Cells exchange matter and energy In: Oxygen Nutrients eg glucose Water Ions Out: Carbon dioxide Wastes eg urea Water Ions.
Vocabulary Major Nutrients Food Pyramid Digestive System.
Nutrition Have you ever stopped to think about the saying, you are what you eat? There may have never been a more true saying. Why is this so??? Because.
Carbohydrates Pasta Fruit Milk Pasta Fruit Milk Short Term Energy Disaccharide Monosaccharide Starch Polysaccharide Galactose Glucose Maltose Sucrose Fructose.
Nutrition. The facts about Nutrition Nutrients-are substances in food that the body requires for proper growth, maintenance, and functioning. Your.
-The building blocks of the body -made up of chemical substances called amino acids -Animal Proteins: meat, poultry, fish, milk, eggs -Non-meat protein:
Biochemical Tests Reducing sugars Non-Reducing sugars Starch Lipid Proteins.
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Dehydration Synthesis (Condensation Reaction) Dehydration Synthesis (Condensation Reaction) Built Up Removing Water monomers Polymers Glucose + fructose.
Question 1 What is a balanced diet? A balanced diet is a mixture of… A Carbohydrates, proteins & fats B Proteins, vitamins & minerals C Carbohydrates,
Question #1 ________ are substances in foods that your body needs to grow, have energy, and stay healthy. A. Carbohydrates B. Nutrients C. Protein D. Fats.
Dehydration Synthesis (Condensation Reaction) Dehydration Synthesis (Condensation Reaction) Hydrolysis Is how larger molecules are for example Is how larger.
Meatandeducation.com 2012 Which nutrient is it? Read the clues and decide on the nutrient.
Chapter 14: Choosing Nutritious Food Lesson 14.1: A Healthy Diet Self-Assessment 14: Body Measurements.
Meal planning Food guide pyramid Grocery shopping Budgeting Unit Pricing Storing Food.
To revise the vocabulary on the topic “Food and Drinks” To develop skills in grammar: countable and uncountable nouns; modal verb should To.
Nutrition – The science or study of food and the ways in which the body uses food Nutrients - Substances in food that provide energy or help form body.
Nutrition and YOU! You have a choice! This choice: =
Nutrition Learning Objectives: 1.To be able to explain BMR, Body Fat Percentage and Obesity. 2.To know the 7 classes of food and their role in a healthy.
GERMS MICROBES FOOD FACTS KEEPING HEALTHY Slide 2- germs Slide 3- microbes Slide 4- food facts Slide 5- keeping healthy.
NUTRITION for LIFE Chapter 7. Carbohydrates, Fats, Proteins.
Nutrition Pre Assessment What does each term mean? -Or- How does each term relate to nutrition?
Why fruit and vegetables ? Why do you think fruit and vegetables occupy more space on the dish than other foods?
Nutrition Definition The process by which the body takes in and uses food Benefits Gives you energy Helps you to stay mentally alert Helps prevent chronic.
ENERGY PRODUCING Provides energy Carbohydrates Builds and repairs tissue Protein Insulation, protection, reserve energy Fat NON-ENERGY PRODUCING Assists.
Are you packing a healthy lunch box? Danielle Logan Schools Health Education Assistant Aoife Hull Workplaces Assistant.
Basic Chemistry Chapter 2. Atoms Matter All matter is made of atoms All matter is made of atomsAtoms Atoms consist of electrons, protons, and neutrons.
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