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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.
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.
Macromolecules Biology CP.
NUTRITION for LIFE Chapter 7.
The Game – Organic Molecules MethodCarbsLipids Proteins and N.A. Proteins + Nutrients and Homeostasis All the marbles.
Biomolecules Review Write down on your white board which Biomolecules is shown Carbohydrate Protein Nucleic Acid Lipid.
Chapter 30.2-Food and Nutrition
Chemical Compounds in Cells and in Our Food pp & pp
Objectives 30.2 Nutrition - Explain how food provides energy.
Food and Nutrition 38-1.
Lesson 1 “Carbs, Fats, and Proteins” Pages
Nutrition Chapter 49-1 and Chapter 3.
Chemistry of Foods! You are what you eat…. The Vitals… 1.Carbohydrates 2.Fats 3.Proteins 4.Minerals 5.Vitamins 6.Water.
Nutrients Ch 5 Lesson 2. Nutrients Describe the functions of the six basic nutrients in maintaining health Describe the functions of the six basic nutrients.
VOCAB #17. Lipid Building blocks of lipids are: Glycerol + 3 fatty acids = triglyceride (lipid) Lipids are used as stored energy. Fats and oils.
Lesson Overview 30.2 Food and Nutrition. Lesson Overview Lesson Overview Food and Nutrition THINK ABOUT IT When you feel hungry, do you feel weak and.
BIOMOLECULES Carbon Compounds in Cells. Organic Compounds Organic compounds consists of carbon and one or more additional elements covalently bonded to.
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