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  1. 2. important in energy storage in muscle tissue
  2. 5. body weight more than 20% above the ideal weight for a given individual.
  3. 7. a psychiatric condition that is characterized by severe disturbances in body weight and eating behaviours.
  4. 8. found in animal foods such as poultry, meat and fish
  5. 9. Each gram of fat provides _______ kcal of energy
  6. 10. Helpful to prevent and correct hypertension ( ex: bananas, oranges, milk, radish etc)
  7. 11. a precursor of vitamin A
  8. 14. refers to how fast and how high blood sugar levels rise after a meal
  9. 18. compounds that are partly dissociate in water to form ions such as the potassium ion and chloride ion
  10. 20. Complex carb foods boost the brains level of mood enhancing chemical called _________.
  11. 22. chemicals that bind with free radicals making them inactive
  12. 23. prevent rapid rise in blood glucose levels and consequent rapid rise in insulin levels
  13. 24. a small molecule that works with an enzyme
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  1. 1. the absorption of nutrients from food
  2. 2. a genetic disorder characterized by a total intolerance for gluten
  3. 3. Over 500 billion children face imminent starvation and experience this condition.
  4. 4. results in palor, cyanosis, tachypnea, irregular pulse, confusion, etc
  5. 6. helps maintain a healthy lifestyle when performed 30-60 mins/day
  6. 12. oxygenated holding protein of the muscles
  7. 13. foods that offer the most nutrients per calorie are ________ (non starchy)
  8. 15. can cause constipation, increased risk of kidney stone formation, interference with absorption of other minerals
  9. 16. _______ ________ is the consistent and successful restriction of energy intake to maintain average or below average body weight.
  10. 17. the condition of excess acid in the blood, indicated by a below normal pH
  11. 19. DRI for adults 19-50 1500 mg/day
  12. 21. important molecule for the nervous system and the production of lactose