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  1. What is MaltoseMalt Sugar

          

  2. What is significant about Watershould be considered the most important of all nutrients

          

  3. With fresh produce, what does the term "natural" mean?These proteins lack one or more of the essential amino acids needed for a healthy diet

          

  4. What is SucroseTable Sugar

          

  5. What are Symptoms of MalnutritionDecreased energy, Developmental Problems, Decreased Focus, Long-term disease, Death

          

  6. What is FructoseTable Sugar

          

  7. What is ProteinThe hormone responsible for regulating glucose throughout the body

          

  8. What are Complete ProteinsThese proteins lack one or more of the essential amino acids needed for a healthy diet

          

  9. What are NutrientsSpecial chemical messengers made by the body that regulate different body functions

          

  10. What is GlucoseBlood Sugar

          

  11. What are CarbohydratesThese contain long chains of sugars

          

  12. What is CholesterolThis waxy substance is used by the body to carry out its many functions, but high levels of this item may be considered dangerous

          

  13. What are HormonesSpecial chemical messengers made by the body that regulate different body functions

          

  14. What are OilsThis category of lipids is liquid at room temperature due to unsaturation

          

  15. What are the Calorie NutrientsCarbohydrates, Lipids, Proteins

          

  16. What are Complex CarbohydratesThese contain one or two sugars

          

  17. What is a CalorieTable Sugar

          

  18. Which is the best option for Simple Carbohydrate out of: Rice, Oranges, Milk, and PotatoesOranges are the best choice. All other options represent complex carbohydrates. Fructose is a simple carbohydrate whereas the starches represent long chains of carbohydrates.

          

  19. What are Amino AcidsThis category of nutrient includes fats, oils, waxes, and other compounds

          

  20. What is Nutritioncaused by a lack of nutrients or an imbalance of nutirents

          

  21. What is Soluble FiberThis kind of fiber can be absorbed in water

          

  22. What is InsulinThe hormone responsible for regulating glucose throughout the body

          

  23. What is LactoseMilk Sugar

          

  24. What are PhytochemicalsThis category of lipids is liquid at room temperature due to unsaturation

          

  25. What are the number of calories per gram for each of the following nutrient (and other) categories: Fat, Protein, Vitamins, Minerals, Carbohydrate, Water, Alcohol9 is the number of calories for this group

          

  26. What characteristic of food do phytochemicals impact? (84)They will impact the food's color

          

  27. What are Fat Soluble VitaminsCarbohydrates, Lipids, Proteins

          

  28. What is MalnutritionThe study of the nutrients in food and how they nourish the body

          

  29. Which of the following represents a likely source of protein: honey, olive oil, vinegar, eggs?Eggs - Protein is found in meat sources, beans, and other compounds made of long chains of amino acids.

          

  30. What function do Food Additives playThis waxy substance is used by the body to carry out its many functions, but high levels of this item may be considered dangerous

          

  31. What are the number of calories per gram in fat?Carbohydrates, Lipids, Proteins

          

  32. What is Glucose's Sugar Classificationcaused by a lack of nutrients or an imbalance of nutirents

          

  33. What are the Nutrient CategoriesCarbohydrates, Lipids, Proteins

          

  34. What are FatsThis category of lipids is liquid at room temperature due to unsaturation

          

  35. What is a Simple CarbohydrateThese contain one or two sugars

          

  36. What is FiberThis category of nutrient is useful for building new cells and repairing injured ones

          

  37. What is Insoluble FiberThis kind of fiber can be absorbed in water

          

  38. What are LipidsThis category of lipids is liquid at room temperature due to unsaturation

          

  39. What are Incomplete ProteinsThese proteins lack one or more of the essential amino acids needed for a healthy diet

          

  40. Which of the following is most likely to contain cholesterol: Chicken breast, peanut butter, vegetable oil, sesame oil?Chicken is the only animal product. Cholesterol is found in animal product and animal bi-product.

          

  41. What is one of the primary functions of fat in the body?9 is the number of calories for this group