1. 2. the rate at which food is converted into energy in body cells
  2. 4. a category of foods that contain similar nutrients
  3. 5. an eating strategy in which extra protein is eaten to increase muscle size
  4. 9. Supplements Soy and whey in premade energy drinks or powders
  5. 12. Acid Building blocks of protein
  6. 16. Recommendations for diet choices among healthy Americans two years of age or older
  7. 17. water-soluble or fat-soluble nutrient that helps the body use energy stored in carbohydrates, fats, and proteins
  8. 20. an eating disorder in which a person cannot control eating and eats excessively
  9. 21. a mental disorder in which a person has a compelling need to starve, binge, or to binge and purge
  10. 22. Th part of grains and plant foods that cannot be digested
  11. 23. an eating strategy in which a few days of very low carbohydrate intake is followed by a few days of very high carbohydrate intake
  12. 26. the number of calories a person uses for BMR, digestion and physical activity
  13. 28. a diet that excludes fish, poultry, and red meat
  14. 33. taking vitamins in excessive amounts
  15. 34. A nutrient that is the main source of energy for the body
  16. 37. receiving less than 90% of their daily caloric needs (not getting enough nutrients)
  17. 38. a body weight that is 10% or more than desirable body weight
  18. 40. a foodborne illness from improperly canned foods
  19. 41. a diet that excludes eggs, fish, poultry, and meat
  1. 1. an illness caused by consuming foods or beverages that have been contaminated with pathogens
  2. 3. an eating disorder in which a person binges and purges
  3. 6. a diet in which vegetables are the foundation and meat, fish, and poultry are restricted or eliminated
  4. 7. a diet that excludes red meat but includes other kinds of meat
  5. 8. Having a diet that lacks the correct balance of proteins, carbohydrates, vitamins, and minerals.
  6. 9. Nutrients the body uses to build and maintain its cells and tissues
  7. 10. A unit of heat used to measure the energy your body uses and the energy it receives from food
  8. 11. a foodborne illness from contaminated animal products especially chicken
  9. 13. a substance that is added to the diet to increase the total dietary intake
  10. 14. a type of fat from dairy products, solid vegetablefat, and meat and poultry
  11. 15. a macro or trace ____ nutrient that regulates many chemical reactions in the body
  12. 18. fat soluble vitamins
  13. 19. fat tissue and lean tissue in the body
  14. 24. the number of calories a person takes in from foods and beverages
  15. 25. food borne illness from undercooked chicken, eggs, and other meats
  16. 27. Supplements supplements that contain extracts or ingredients from plants and not have to be proven safe by the FDA
  17. 29. fat-like substance made by the body and found in certain foods
  18. 30. a life threatening eating disorder in which a person starves themselves
  19. 31. a diet that excludes foods of animal origin
  20. 32. a nutrient that becomes electronically charged when in a solution, such as bodily fluids
  21. 35. a body weight that is 20% or more than desirable body weight
  22. 36. Chemical substance in food that the body requires for proper growth, maintenance, and functioning
  23. 39. Abbreviation calories the body uses at rest