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2010 Cengage-Wadsworth Impact of Fluids & Beverages on Nutritional Health Chapter 8
2010 Cengage-Wadsworth Water Hard water vs. soft water Keeping water safe Cryptosporidium Lead Bottled water
2010 Cengage-Wadsworth Juices Choice of juices Juices with benefits Color Orange juice Tomato juice
2010 Cengage-Wadsworth Caffeinated Beverages: Coffee, Tea, Cocoa, & Soft Drinks Caffeine Health effects Caffeine dependence syndrome Contraindications Coffee Health effects Antioxidants
2010 Cengage-Wadsworth Caffeinated Beverages: Coffee, Tea, Cocoa, & Soft Drinks Tea Types of tea Health benefits of tea Cocoa History of use Nutrients & nonnutrients
2010 Cengage-Wadsworth Caffeinated Beverages: Coffee, Tea, Cocoa, & Soft Drinks Soft drinks History Negative health effects Empty calories
2010 Cengage-Wadsworth Functional Beverages Energy drinks (sugar + caffeine) Sports drinks Desired qualities “Enhanced” waters With vitamins With fiber With antioxidants
2010 Cengage-Wadsworth Alcohol Ethanol Absorption & metabolism of alcohol Factors influencing absorption & metabolism Food Gender Ethnicity
2010 Cengage-Wadsworth Alcohol The effects of alcohol Alcohol & medications Alcohol & sex hormones Alcohol & urine output Alcohol & hangovers Alcohol & blood alcohol level (BAL)
2010 Cengage-Wadsworth Alcohol The effects of alcohol Alcohol & driving Alcohol & tolerance Metabolic tolerance Functional tolerance Alcohol abuse Alcohol dependency
2010 Cengage-Wadsworth Alcohol Impact of alcohol on nutrition Health benefits of alcohol Alcohol & cardiovascular health Health risks of alcohol Accidents Drug interactions
2010 Cengage-Wadsworth Alcohol Other risks Night blindness Breast cancer Other cancers Liver damage High blood pressure & stroke Pancreatitis
2010 Cengage-Wadsworth Alcohol Other risks Gastrointestinal symptoms Brain damage Decreased sex hormone production Anemia Emotional & social problems
2010 Cengage-Wadsworth What Is a Drink? Moderation Men: ≤2 drinks per day Women: ≤1 drink per day What constitutes a drink? Standard serving
2010 Cengage-Wadsworth Alcohol Weighing the pros & cons of alcohol consumption What is alcohol abuse or alcoholism? Use Misuse Abuse Dependency/addiction What is AA?
2010 Cengage-Wadsworth Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Alcohol crosses the placenta 4 or > drinks/day = greatly increased risk Completely preventable through abstinence before & during pregnancy
Impact of Fluids & Beverages on Nutritional Health Chapter 8.
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Food Choices Teen years demand more nutrients and calories than any other time of life Poor Diet could lead to….. Heart Disease Obesity Cancer Osteoporosis.
Alcohol Uses, Effects, and Problems. Introduction Types of Alcoholic Beverages (all contain ethyl alcohol, but different %’s) –Beer –Wine –Distilled spirits.
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