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  1. should be considered the most important of all nutrients
  2. Malt Sugar
  3. A, D, E, and K are included in this category of vitamin
  4. Carbohydrates, Lipids, Proteins, Vitamins, Minerals, Water
  5. These contain long chains of sugars
  6. Special chemical messengers made by the body that regulate different body functions
  7. This category of lipids is solid at room temperature due to saturation
  8. A kind of carbohydrate that is unable to be digested
  9. These contain one or two sugars
  10. Glucose is classified as a simple sugar. The body breaks down sugars in foods and converts them to this easily used form of sugar.
  11. These proteins lack one or more of the essential amino acids needed for a healthy diet
  12. This kind of fiber cannot be absorbed in water
  13. The study of the nutrients in food and how they nourish the body
  14. caused by a lack of nutrients or an imbalance of nutirents
  15. 9 is the number of calories for this group
  16. disease fighting chemicals found in foods
  17. This nutrient category is the body's main source of energy and helps the body use protein and fat efficiently.
  18. This category of nutrient includes fats, oils, waxes, and other compounds
  19. These proteins contain all the essential amino acids and in the right amounts for a healthy diet
  20. This is a unit of the measure of energy stored in food
  21. Fruit Sugar
  22. They will impact the food's color
  23. This kind of fiber can be absorbed in water
  24. Oranges are the best choice. All other options represent complex carbohydrates. Fructose is a simple carbohydrate whereas the starches represent long chains of carbohydrates.
  25. The hormone responsible for regulating glucose throughout the body
  26. Chicken is the only animal product. Cholesterol is found in animal product and animal bi-product.
  27. This category of lipids is liquid at room temperature due to unsaturation
  28. Table Sugar
  29. These are the building blocks for proteins
  30. Carbohydrates, Lipids, Proteins
  31. Nothing. The term is legally meaningless.
  32. Eggs - Protein is found in meat sources, beans, and other compounds made of long chains of amino acids.
  33. Fat serves to cushion and insulate vital organs.
  34. Blood Sugar
  35. This waxy substance is used by the body to carry out its many functions, but high levels of this item may be considered dangerous
  36. Fat - 9, Protein - 4, Vitamin - 0, Mineral - 0, Carbohydrates - 4, Water - 0, Alcohol - 7
  37. They increase shelf-life (They prevent spoilage)
  38. This category of nutrient is useful for building new cells and repairing injured ones
  39. components of food that are needed for the body to function
  40. Decreased energy, Developmental Problems, Decreased Focus, Long-term disease, Death
  41. Milk Sugar
  1. a Which of the following is most likely to contain cholesterol: Chicken breast, peanut butter, vegetable oil, sesame oil?
  2. b What are Incomplete Proteins
  3. c What are Complete Proteins
  4. d What is Glucose's Sugar Classification
  5. e What are the Nutrient Categories
  6. f What is Maltose
  7. g What is Protein
  8. h What are Lipids
  9. i What are Fats
  10. j What characteristic of food do phytochemicals impact? (84)
  11. k What are Hormones
  12. l What is one of the primary functions of fat in the body?
  13. m What are Oils
  14. n What is a Simple Carbohydrate
  15. o What are the number of calories per gram in fat?
  16. p What is a Calorie
  17. q Which is the best option for Simple Carbohydrate out of: Rice, Oranges, Milk, and Potatoes
  18. r What is Glucose
  19. s What are Complex Carbohydrates
  20. t What is Nutrition
  21. u What are Phytochemicals
  22. v What are the Calorie Nutrients
  23. w What is Fructose
  24. x With fresh produce, what does the term "natural" mean?
  25. y What are Nutrients
  26. z What are the number of calories per gram for each of the following nutrient (and other) categories: Fat, Protein, Vitamins, Minerals, Carbohydrate, Water, Alcohol
  27. aa What are Amino Acids
  28. ab Which of the following represents a likely source of protein: honey, olive oil, vinegar, eggs?
  29. ac What are Carbohydrates
  30. ad What is Malnutrition
  31. ae What is Fiber
  32. af What are Fat Soluble Vitamins
  33. ag What function do Food Additives play
  34. ah What are Symptoms of Malnutrition
  35. ai What is Cholesterol
  36. aj What is significant about Water
  37. ak What is Lactose
  38. al What is Soluble Fiber
  39. am What is Insulin
  40. an What is Insoluble Fiber
  41. ao What is Sucrose