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Nutrition Basics The Art of Diet Designing (The Terms) The Five Food Groups Why We Eat Hogpog
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What are kcalories?
The amount of energy in food
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What is Adequate?
When your diet provides sufficient energy and enough of all the nutrients to meet your health requirements
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What are Fruits?
Eat plenty of these tasty treats and your will get all your needed vitamin A, C, potassium, and fiber
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What is Hunger?
A physiological drive to eat food
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What is Wellness?
The absence of disease
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What are carbohydrates?
The primary source of fuel
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What is Moderate?
Not too much or not too little of any food
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What are Vegetables?
Although you may not want to eat these but if you do you'll get plenty of folate, and vitamins A, C, K,
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What is Appetite?
A psychological desire to consume specific foods
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What is a Healthful Diet?
The can prevent some disease and reduce your risk for other diseases
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What is fat?
The body stores this as adipose tissue
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What is Balance?
When your diet contains the right combination of foods
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What are Grains?
It more than just bread and they contain folate, niacin, riboflavin, thiamin, iron, magnesiu, selenium, and fiber
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What is the Hypothalamus
The organ in the brain that produces the stimulus that drives you to find food
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What are Macronutrients?
Carbohydrates, proteins, and fats
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What is protein?
The body uses this to build new cells and tissues for growth and for repair
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What is Variety?
Eating a lot of different types foods each day and your diet will have this
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What are Meat, Poultry, Fish, Legumes, Eggs, and Nuts?
This group is the best source for vitamins B6 and B12
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What is Satiety?
The feeling of fullness and satisfaction, plus determines how much time passes between meals
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What is Water?
Ensures the proper amount of fluid both inside and outside your cells.
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What are vitamins?
They are essential to energy metabolism
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What is Nutrient Density?
Select these types of foods that deliver the most nutrients and fewer calories
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What are Milk, Yogurt, and Cheese
It known as a great source for calcium but these foods also contains protein and B12
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What is Satiation?
It determines how much food you consume during a meal
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What is Calulate your Unique Nutrient Needs?
Do this ensure you eat the right amount of food




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