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Nutrition Audience: Senior High School Students Created by: Zil Patel
Food provides: Energy & Nutrients
Nutrients include: Protein Carbohydrates Fats Vitamins Minerals Water
Builds & maintains: Bones Muscles Skin
What does Protein do? Supplies Amino acids that the body can't make on its own.
Good Sources of Protein Meat Certain grains & beans Dairy products Nuts
Carbohydrates Most important source of energy Digestive system changes carbohydrates into glucose (blood sugar).
Usage Sugar is energy for your: Cells Tissues Organs
Storage Extra sugar, is stored in … Liver Muscles
Types of Carbohydrates Complex Simple
Simple Carbohydrates Sugar found naturally in foods FruitsVegetable Milk Products
Complex Carbohydrates Examples: Whole grain breads Whole grain cereals Starchy vegetables Starchy legumes
Major source of energy Aids your body in absorbing vitamins Important for proper growth development
Good Sources Oil CanolaOliveSafflowerSoybeanSunflowerCorn
Vitamin A Vitamin C Vitamin D Vitamin E Vitamin K B Vitamins
Vitamin A Is an antioxidant protects your cells against the effects of free radicals
Plays a Role in your Vision Bone growth Reproduction Cell functions Immune system
Good Sources Colorful fruits & vegetables Animal sources Whole milk
Vitamin C Is an antioxidant protects your cells against the effects of free radicals
Important for Skin Bones Connective tissue Healing Absorption of Iron
Good Sources Fruits & Vegetables Citrus Red & Green Peppers TomatoesGreensBroccoli
Vitamin D Helps your body absorb calcium
Plays a role in your … Nervous system Muscle system Immune system
Good Sources Egg yolks Saltwater fish Liver Sunlight
Vitamin E Is an antioxidant What is an antioxidant again?
Plays a Role in your … Immune system Metabolic processes
Good Sources Vegetable oils Margarine Nuts Seeds Leafy greens
Vitamin K Healthy Bones & Tissue Blood Clotting
Good Sources Green vegetables & Dark berries
B Vitamins Thiamine Riboflavin Niacin Pantothenic acid Biotin Vitamin B-6 Vitamin B-12 Folate
Helps … The process your body uses to get or make energy from the food you eat Form red blood cells
Good Sources Proteins: Fish Poultry Meat Eggs Dairy product Leafy green vegetables Beans Peas
Builds bones Makes hormones Regulates your heartbeat
Types T r a c e M i n e r a l s M a c r o M i n e r a l s
Macro Minerals Needs in Larger Amounts Calcium Phosphorus Magnesium Sodium Potassium Chloride Sulfur
Trace Minerals Iron Manganese Copper Iodine Zinc Cobalt Fluoride Selenium Needs in smaller amounts
Blood (contains a lot of water) carries oxygen to cells Fight off illness Digest food Cells function normally
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