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Vocabulary Major Nutrients Food Pyramid Digestive System Pot Luck
100 pts The process of taking in food and using it for growth and good health?
What is? Nutrition
200 Pts. The substances in foods that your body needs in order to grow, have energy, and stay healthy?
What is? Nutrients
300 Pts. The mixture of food and saliva that enters the stomach is called A ______?
What is? Bolus
400 Pts All the things you regularly eat and drink?
What is? Your Diet
500 Pts The movement of muscles pushing food towards the stomach?
What is? Peristalsis
100 Pts Essential nutrients used to repair body cells and tissues?
What are? Proteins
200 Pts Sources of energy for the body that also perform the functions of vitamin storage and insulation?
What are? Fats
300 Pts The two types of carbohydrates and examples?
What are? Simple and Complex
400 Pts Substances that help to regulate the bodys functions?
What are? Vitamins
500 Pts Substances that strengthen the muscles, bones, and teeth?
What are? Minerals
100 Pts Name the different sides of the food pyramid?
What are? Fats, Dairy, Meats, Vegetables, Fruits, and Breads & Grains
200 Pts Eggs and Peanut Butter?
What is? Meats and Protein Group
300 Pts The amount of calories you need to burn off in order to lose 1 pound?
What is? 3500 Calories
400 Pts Salad Dressing
What is? Fats and Oils
500 Pts One difference between the old and new food Pyramid?
What is? *Portion sizes, *No Longer a pyramid *Different for adults and children
What is? Small Intestines
What is? The Liver
What is? The Pancreas
What is? The Gallbladder
What Is? Salivary Glands
100 Pts. Length of digestive system from start to finish?
What is? 30 feet
200 Pts Produced by the liver this chemical breaks down fat in the small intestines?
What is? Bile
300 Pts Tiny Microscopic blood vessels where nutrients enter into the bloodstream in the small intestines?
What are? Villi
400 Pts The process by which the body breaks food down into smaller components that can be absorbed by the bloodstream?
What is? Digestion
Daily Double (500 Pts) The 4 processes that occur throughout the Digestive System?
What are? Absorption Secretion Digestion Elimination
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.
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