Biology of Diet & Nutrition
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Biology of Diet & Nutrition Materials
are the FREE Diet & Nutrition Lecture materials used to supplement actual
college biology courses.
- Grease (Is the Word) - song by Frankie Valli
- What is a food calorie (kilocalorie)?
- What are macronutrients and micronutrients?
- What is the relationship between carbohydrates and fiber?
- What is the difference between complete and incomplete proteins?
- What are the differences between saturated and unsaturated fats? Are all fats bad? Which type is healthier?
- What are essential fatty acids?
- How do you calculate the calories in alcohol?
- What is the difference between vitamins & minerals?
Versions of Macromolecules, Diet & Nutrition PPT:
Printing: The best way for students to print out the PowerPoint Show is to download the PDF version. Select Print, and, when the Print screen comes up, go to the Print Handling options. Under Page Scaling, select "Multiple pages per sheet", Under Pages per sheet, select "2". That uses up less paper, placing two slides on each page.
The Biology of Diet & Nutrition Lecture materials include:
- list of learning objectives
- practice test & review questions
- term paper metabolism assignment
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PRACTICE TEST & REVIEW QUESTIONS
These multiple-choice / matching practice test questions and essay review questions are designed to help you better understand the material from this lecture.
WORKSHEETS & HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS
- Metabolism Project Assignment: Word document instructions for writing a paper on the relationship between metabolism and nutrition. Allows students to choose one of three options. Calorie King website has a food database to help determine grams of carbohydrates, fiber, protein & fats of common food items.
MORE DIET & NUTRITION LINKS
- NuVal website is a nutritional scoring system developed by an independent panel of nutrition and medical experts.that allows you to see the nutritional value of food on grocery shelves at a glance and easily compare food options to make nutritious choices.