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Notes 5 & 6 Crossword

Notes 5 & 6 Crossword

promotes healthy skin and normal cell growth
a fat-like substance present in all body cells
takes cholesterol from the liver to wherever it is needed in the body
picks up excess cholesterol and takes it back to the liver
fatty acid that appear to lower LDL and raise HDL
fatty acid that appear to raise LDL
keep body tissues healthy and its systems working properly
protect body cells and the immune system
protects bones from developing osteoporosis
essential for making hemoglobin
disease-fighting nutrients in plant food
foods that are low in calories and high in nutrients

Chapter 9 Basics of Nutrition Worksheet

Chapter 9 Basics of Nutrition Worksheet
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The three basic food groups; proteins, carbohydrates, and fats
Chains of amino acids molecules used in all cell functions and body growth
Organic acids that form the building blocks of protein
Can be synthesized by the body and do not have to be obtained from the diet
Breaks down the basic chemical sugars that supply energy for the body
Substance that provides energy to the cells
Carbohydrate lipid complexes that are good water binders
Water binding substance between the fibers of the dermis
Carbohydrates made up of one basic sugar unit
Sugarsmade up of two simple sugars such as lactose and sucrose
Carbohydrates that contain three or more simple carbohydrate molecules
Also known as lipids
Water soluble vitamins that interact with other water soluble vitamins and act as coenzymes by an enzymatic reactions
Also known as Retin-A, vitamin A derivative has demonstrated an ability to alter collagen synthesis and is used to treat acne and visible signs of acne
Vitamins and substances that have no calories or nutritional value but are essential for body functions
Retinol; an antioxidant that aids in the functioning and repair of skin cells
Fat soluble vitamin; essential for growth and development
Also known as ascorbic acid; antioxidant needed for proper repair of the skin and tissues
Transretinoic acid, a derivative of vitamin A used for collagen synthesis, hyperigmentation, and for acne
Also known as tocopherol; helps protect the skin from the harmful effects of the sun's rays
Vitamin responsible for the synthesis of factors necessary for blood coagulation
Inorganic materials required for many reactions of the cells and body
Omega 6, an essential fatty acid used to make important hormones; also part of the skin's lipid barrier
A measure of heat units; measures food energy for the body
Catalysts that break down complex food molecules to utilize extracted energy

Nutrition Crossword

Nutrition  Crossword

the science of food and how the body uses it in health and disease
substances the body must get from Foods because it cannot manufacture them at all or fast enough to meet its needs. These nutrients include proteins fats carbohydrates vitamins minerals and water
the process of breaking down Foods in the gastrointestinal tract into compounds the body can absorb
a measure of energy content in food.
n essential nutrient a compound made of amino acids that contain carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, and nitrogen
the building blocks of proteins
vegetables such as peas and beans that are high in fiber and are also important sources of protein
fat with no carbon to carbon double bonds; usually solid at room temperature
a fat with one carbon to carbon double bond; liquid at room temperature
a process by which hydrogens are added to unsaturated fats, increasing the degree of saturation and turning liquid oils into solid fats. Hydrogenation produces a mixture of saturated fatty acids and standard and transforms of unsaturated fatty acids
fat containing two or more carbon to carbon double bonds; liquid at room temperature
a type of unsaturated fatty acid produced during the process of hydrogenation Cholesterol waxy substance found in the blood cells and needed for cell membranes, vitamin D, and hormone synthesis
a type of unsaturated fatty acid produced during the process of hydrogenation Cholesterol waxy substance found in the blood cells and needed for cell membranes, vitamin D, and hormone synthesis
blood fat that helps transport cholesterol out of the arteries thereby protecting against heart disease
polyunsaturated fatty acids commonly found in fish oils that are beneficial to cardiovascular health; the end most double bond occurs three carbons from the end of the fatty acid chain
in essential nutrient; Sugars, starches, and dietary fiber are all carbohydrates
a simple sugar that is the body's basic fuel
an animal starch stored in the liver and muscles
the entire edible portion of a grain such as wheat, rice, or oats, including the germ, endosperm, and bran. During Milling or processing, parts of the grain are removed, often leaving just the endosperm
fiber that dissolves in water or is broken down by bacteria in the large intestine
fiber that does not dissolve in water and is not broken down by bacteria in the large intestine
the digestive disorder in which abnormal pouches form in the walls of the intestine and become inflamed
carbon-containing substances needed in small amounts to help promote and regulate chemical reactions and processes in the body
a substance that can lessen the breakdown of food or body constituents by free radicals; actions include binding of oxygen, donating electrons to free radicals, and repairing damaged to molecules
a disease caused by lack of vitamin C, characterized by bleeding gums, loosening teeth and poor wound healing
inorganic compounds needed in relatively small amounts of Regulation I said that wrong, growth, and maintenance of body tissues and functions
deficiency in the oxygen-carrying material in the red blood cells
a condition in which bones become extremely thin and brittle and break easily
an electron seeking compound that can react with fats, proteins, and DNA damaging cell membranes and mutating genes in its search for electrons; produced through chemical reactions in the body and by exposure to environmental factors such as sunlight and tobacco smoke
naturally occurring substance found in plant foods that help prevent and treat chronic diseases like cancer and heart disease Cruciferous vegetables - vegetables of the Cabbage family, including cabbage, broccoli, brussel sprouts, kale cauliflower, the flower petals of these two form the shape of a cross; hence the name

Nutrition EC Crossword

Nutrition EC Crossword

A type of cholesterol that sticks to the walls of arteries (bad)
your blood sugar
vitamins that dissolve in water
the desire, rather than the need, to eat
the process by which you body takes in and uses food
fats that are liquid at room temperature
A food with less than 9 of the essential amino acids
vitamins that are stored, absorbed, and transported in fat
the starches in foods
nutrients that help your body build/maintain its tissues and cells
The building blocks of proteins
An indigestible complex carbohydrate
Substances in food that you need to for your body to grow, repair, and supply you with energy
A natural drive to eat that protects us from starvation
A type of cholesterol that helps clear clogged arteries (happy)
Fats that are solid at room temperature
A food that has all 9 of the essential amino acids

Healthy Eating Crossword

Healthy Eating Crossword

This is 60% of our body
What type of vitamins are A, D, E, K ?
What type of vitamins are C, V, and B?
Provides no energy, but is needed for digestive system functions, and helps food pass through the body.
Protein that contains all of the amino acids
Protein that is lacking some of the important amino acids
Type of fat that is solid at room temperature, and can cause heart disease.
A type of fat that is unnatural, raises your LDL, and can cause type 2 diabetes
A type of carbohydrate that gives you a quick amount of energy for a period of time, but then your blood sugar will drop quickly after. Found in refined sugars.
A type of carbohydrate that gives you enough energy to spread out for a long period of time. Found in starches.
When the body breaks down carbohydrates into a usable energy source, called...
A substance used by organisms to grow, reproduce, and survive
A substance required in large amounts by organisms, to stay healthy
Substance required in small amounts, for the growth and development of organisms
Minerals that require only small quantities by the body
Minerals that require large quantities by the body
A fat that is healthier than saturated, because it does not raise cholesterol levels as much. Found in PB and olive oil (etc).
A type of dietary fats. It is one of the healthier fats like Monounsaturated. Found in salmon, nuts and seeds (etc)
Fiber that forms a gel when mixed with a liquid. Found in oat bran and grains
This is the outer coating of whole grains. This fiber passes through our intestines, well intact.
If you don't have enough of this substance, your body can't make enough healthy oxygen-carrying red blood cells.
Organic compounds that combine to form proteins
High Density Lipoprotein (Good cholesterol)
Low-Density Lipoprotein (Bad cholesterol)
Mineral that is essential for the bones and teeth. This mineral is needed for the blood clotting system, nerves, and the heart to work

Unit 1 Review HHP3400 Bingo Cards

Unit 1 Review HHP3400 Bingo Cards
Bingo Cards

Food Intolerance
Adipose Tissue
Glycemic Load
Protein Catabolism
Omega 3 Fatty Acids
Food Labels
Skeletel Muscles
Glycemic Index
Less than 10%
Protein Sparing Effect
Trans Fats
Nonessential Amino Acids


PROTEIN Worksheet

PROTEIN Worksheet
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Chemical form of most fat in food and in the body
sources of monounsaturated lipids
sources of polyunsaturated lipids
sources of saturated lipids
raises "bad" LDL cholesterol
used to increase shelf life in foods; raises bad and lowers good cholesterols
increases "good" HDL cholesterol; decreases risk of heart disease
lipid missing one hydrogen, one double bond
lipids with more than one point of unsaturation
amino acids linked by peptide bonds
cannot be manufactured by the body; must be obtained from food; there are 8
these amino acids can be manufactured by the body
supplies all essential amino acids
contains less than all 8 essential amino acids
during a negative energy balance, these are broken down and used for energy instead of carbs and fats
when energy needs are met with carbs and fat, these are spared to build and repair body tissue and structures

Health Word Search

Health Word Search
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Water soluble vitamin
Fat soluble vitamin
Unsaturated fat
Saturated fat
Amino acid
Trans fat

Health 9 Crossword

Health 9 Crossword

the major source of energy for the body.
found in plant foods and fish. They are found in olive oil, peanut oil, canola oil, albacore, and salmon.
building blocks of protiens
= Startches
= Sugars
bad Cholesterol
Good Cholesterol
They help our bodies use the energy from foods
dissolves in fats can be stored in the body
performs many functions in regulating the activity of cells
builds strong bones
Helps with water balance and allows for normal muscle growth
in maintaining water levels in the body
found in certain foods like snack foods, baked goods,and fried foods.
fats found in meat, and in other animal products, such as butter, cheese,and all milk except skim.

Nutrition Crossword

Nutrition Crossword

This is a substance in food that helps with body process
is a unit of energy produced by food and used by the body
is a nutrient that is the main source of energy for the body
Building blocks that make up proteins
protein that contains all the essential amino acids
body produces this many amino acids
protein form plant sources
sugars that enter the body that provide quick bursts of energy
These are starches and fiber. Maintains energy.
When you need energy, this is converted to glucose
simple sugar is called
This is also known as roughage
Type of fat that is found in dairy, solid vegetable fat
type of fat obtained from plant products
Fatty acids that are formed when vegetable oils are processed into solid fats
nutrient that provides energy and helps the body store and use vitamins
vitamin that dissolves in fat and can be stored
vitamin that dissolve in water and cannot be stored