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Carbohydrates ENERGY Starches Sugars Stored as glycogen Cellulose – indigestible = roughage
Fats ENERGY Build cell membranes Synthesize hormones Homeostasis
Proteins Builds structures –Muscles –Cell membranes Makes enzymes Makes hormones Can be used for energy
Minerals Define mineral here. Copy mineral chart on page 971. Cannot be used for energy.
Vitamins Define vitamin here. Copy vitamin chart on page 972.
Water Lubrication Cell functions Question: How many liters of water do you lose per day?
Minilab, page 973 Convert percentages to calories before comparing. Example: 2000 calories x 60% carbohydrates = 1200 calories. Percentages afterwards. Ex: 1200 cals (carbs) x 30% = 360 cals.
NUTRITION for LIFE Chapter 7. Carbohydrates, Fats, Proteins.
Nutrition Pre Assessment What does each term mean? -Or- How does each term relate to nutrition?
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.
LET’S PLAY JEOPARDY!! Carbo’sFatsProteinVit. &Min. Water Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final JeopardyJeopardy.
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Macromolecules Re-Teach. Organic vs Inorganic Organic Chemistry / Organic Molecules – Organic Molecules contain C bonded to H – Therefore, organic chemistry.
6 Classes of Nutrients. 6 Nutrients Carbohydrates Proteins Fats (Lipids) Vitamins Minerals Water These 6 nutrients you body NEEDS to function properly!!!
Nutrition and YOU! You have a choice! This choice: =
Carbohydrates Objectives: Ability to define the term biological chemicals Understand the structure & classification of carbohydrates Knowledge of the functions.
Chapter 14: Choosing Nutritious Food Lesson 14.2: Making Food Choices Taking Charge: Saying No.
Click on a lesson name to select. Section 1: The Digestive System Section 2: Nutrition Section 3: The Endocrine System Chapter 35 Digestive and Endocrine.
Regents Biology The Chemistry of Life What are living creatures made of? Why do we have to eat?
2.3 Carbon-Based Molecules KEY CONCEPT Carbon-based molecules are the foundation of life.
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.
Macromolecules Review ws 1.Name the 6 main elements that make up 95% of an organism. 2.What are macromolecules? 3. Name the 4 classes of macromolecules.
Nutrition You Are What You Eat? Calorie Information Calorie Information Calorie Information Calorie Information Basal Metabolism Basal Metabolism Basal.
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.
Chemistry for Life Science. Matter Anything that: Anything that: Has mass. Has mass. Takes up space. Takes up space.
6 nutrients (needed for growth and maintence of your body) Carbohydrates Fats Protein Minerals Energy Nutrients Vitamins Water.
Chemical Compounds in Cells Essential Questions: What are elements and compounds? What are the main kinds of organic molecules in living things? How is.
How Can We Live A Healthy Life?. What foods should we eat?foods.
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.
You Are What You Eat. First Things First Suns Energy –Light –Heat Water Minerals.
Nutrition. The facts about Nutrition Nutrients-are substances in food that the body requires for proper growth, maintenance, and functioning. Your.
Macromolecules large (or sometimes very large) organic molecules large (or sometimes very large) organic molecules Organic chemistry – deals with compounds.
Cell Structure and Function Discovering Cells Looking Inside Cells Chemical Compounds in Cells The Cell in Its Environment Table of Contents.
Why do we eat?. Carbohydrates are used for energy. 1 gram = 4 Calories 1 gram = 4 Calories 50%-60% of 50%-60% of your diet should your diet should be.
Nutrition for Exercise What is Nutrition? Science involving study of food and liquid requirements of the body for optimal functioning.
Chapter 5 Review Nutritional Considerations Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin.
The Chemical Basis of Life Characteristics of Macromolecules Section 6.4.
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