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“To enjoy the things we ought and to hate
the things we ought has the greatest
bearing on excellence of character.”
—Aristotle
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Chapter 7
Nutrition for Life
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Section 1 Carbohydrates, Fats, and Proteins
Section 2 Vitamins, Minerals, and Water
Section 3 Meeting Your Nutritional Needs
Section 4 Choosing a Healthful Diet
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• What does the phrase “You are what you eat” mean
to you?
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Objectives
• Name the six classes of nutrients.
• Identify the functions and food sources of
carbohydrates, proteins, and fats.
• Describe the need for enough fiber in your diet.
• Identify one health disorder linked to high levels of
saturated fats in the diet.
• Describe how diet can influence health.
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What is Nutrition?
• Nutrition is the science or study of food and the
ways the body uses food.
• Nutrients are substances in food that provide energy
or help form body tissues and are necessary for life
and growth.
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What is Nutrition?
• Six Classes of Nutrients
1. Carbohydrates
2. Fats
3. Proteins
4. Vitamins
5. Minerals
6. Water
• A Balanced Diet To be healthy, you need the right
amount of nutrients from each class.
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What is Nutrition?
• Metabolism is the sum of the chemical processes
that take place in your body to keep you alive and
active.
• Metabolism requires energy from carbohydrates,
fats, and proteins.
• The energy in food is measured in Calories.
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What is Nutrition?
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What is Nutrition?
• Carbohydrates are energy-giving nutrients that
include sugars, starches, and fiber.
• Fats are the main form of energy storage in the body.
• Proteins are made of amino acids, which build and
repair structures and regulate processes in the body.
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Carbohydrates
• Carbohydrates are energy-giving nutrients that
include sugars, starches, and fiber.
• Sugars are the simplest form of carbohydrates.
• Starches are more complex carbohydrates that can
be broken down into sugars.
• Glycogen is a form of carbohydrate your body uses
for short-term energy storage.
• Fiber is a complex carbohydrate that provides little
energy and cannot be digested. However, fiber is
important to keep your digestive system healthy.
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Carbohydrates
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Fats
• Fats are the body’s main form of long-term energy
storage.
• Fats are large molecules made up of fatty acids and
glycerol.
• Fatty acids are long chains of carbon atoms
attached to hydrogen atoms.
• Fats are classified by the types of fatty acids they
contain.
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Fats
• Saturated fats contain saturated fatty acids.
• A fatty acid is saturated when every carbon atom is
bonded to as many hydrogen atoms as possible.
• Saturated fats are usually solid at room temperature.
They come from foods such as meat and milk.
• Eating too many saturated fats can lead to obesity,
high cholesterol levels, and increased risk of heart
disease.
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Fats
• Unsaturated fats contain unsaturated fatty acids.
• A fatty acid is unsaturated when the carbon atoms
are not bonded to as many hydrogen atoms as
possible.
• Saturated fats are usually liquid at room temperature.
They come from foods such as oils and fish.
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Fats
• Cholesterol is another type of lipid found in all
human and animal tissues.
• Your body makes cholesterol. You also get
cholesterol from foods such as meat, eggs, and dairy
products.
• Cholesterol is necessary for certain essential
functions in the body.
• Too much of certain types of cholesterol in your diet
can cause deposits on blood vessel walls, increasing
the risk of heart attack.
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Proteins
• Proteins are made of amino acids, which are used in
building and repairing structures in the body.
• Proteins are also needed for hormones, enzymes,
and other essential molecules.
• Essential amino acids are nine amino acids that the
body cannot produce on its own.
• Complete proteins are dietary proteins that contain
all the essential amino acids.
• Incomplete proteins do not contain all the essential
amino acids.
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Bellringer
• Write down the names of the vitamins and minerals
you have heard of. In what kinds of foods do you
think each of these would be found?
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Objectives
• Describe the function and food sources of seven
vitamins.
• Describe the function and food sources of seven
minerals.
• Identify the importance of drinking enough water
every day.
• Name two ways to increase your calcium intake.
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Vitamins
• Vitamins are carbon-containing nutrients that are
needed in small amounts to maintain health and
allow growth.
• Fat-soluble vitamins dissolve in fat. As a result,
they can be stored in fat tissue and remain in the
body for a long time.
• Water-soluble vitamins dissolve in water. They are
not stored in the body very well.
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Minerals
• Minerals are chemical elements that are essential in
small amounts to maintain good health.
• Nutrient deficiency is the state of not having
enough of a nutrient to maintain good health.
• Most of us eat more sodium than is healthy.
• Most teens do not eat enough calcium. Calcium is
found in green, leafy vegetables and in calciumfortified foods.
• Iron-deficiency is a worldwide problem that causes
anemia. Red meats are rich in iron.
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Water
• About 60 percent of your body is water.
• Water is essential for almost every function that
keeps you alive.
• To be healthy, you should take in at least 2.5 quarts
of water each day (about 8 glasses). This makes up
for water lost through excretion and evaporation.
• Mild dehydration can interfere with mental and
physical performance.
• Severe dehydration can have very serious
consequences, including death.
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Section 3 Meeting Your Nutritional
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Bellringer
• Plan a dinner menu based on your favorite meal.
Then use what you now know about nutrition to
improve the nutritional value of your meal.
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Objectives
• Describe what the Recommended Daily Allowances
(RDAs) are.
• Analyze the nutritional value of a food by using the
information on the food label.
• Identify the purpose of the Food Guide Pyramid and
identify foods from each of its food groups.
• Summarize the Dietary Guidelines for Americans.
• Determine whether your daily diet meets the Food
Guide Pyramid recommendations.
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How Much of Each Nutrient?
• Recommended Dietary Allowances (RDAs) are the
recommended nutrient intakes that will meet the
needs of most healthy people.
• RDAs are guidelines, not exact requirements.
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Understanding Food Labels
• Serving Size Nutrition labels show the size of a
single serving. All other values on the label are in
reference to this serving size.
• Calories Nutrition labels list total Calories, the
Calories from fat, and the Calories from saturated fat.
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Understanding Food Labels
• Daily Values (DVs) are recommended daily amounts
of nutrients.
• The percentage DV tells the amount of the nutrient in
a serving relative to the total recommended daily
amount for a 2000-Calorie diet.
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Understanding Other Terms on Food Packaging
• Food labels list ingredients in order of weight.
• Food labels also typically list the amount of
cholesterol, sugars, sodium, and protein per serving.
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The Food Guide Pyramid
• The Food Guide Pyramid is a visual and conceptual
tool for planning your diet.
• The pyramid shows the recommended number of
servings from each of six food groups.
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Dietary Guidelines for Americans
• The Dietary Guidelines for Americans are a set of
diet and lifestyle recommendations to improve health
in the United States.
• These guidelines are divided into three parts, known
as the “ABC’s for Good Health.”
• Aim for fitness.
• Build a healthy base.
• Choose sensibly.
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• Aim for Fitness
• Aim for a healthy weight.
• Be physically active each day.
• Build a Healthy Base
• Use the Food Guide Pyramid.
• Choose a variety of grains.
• Choose a variety of fruits and vegetables.
• Keep food safe.
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Dietary Guidelines for Americans
• Choose Sensibly
• Choose a diet low in saturated fat and
cholesterol.
• Choose food and drink to moderate sugar
intake.
• Choose and prepare foods with less salt.
• Adults who drink alcohol should do so in
moderation.
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Bellringer
• List junk food items that you like to eat. What
healthier foods could you substitute for these foods?
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Objectives
• Identify why certain foods are called junk foods.
• Describe examples of healthful snacks.
• Compare the dietary needs of infants, children,
teenagers, and adults.
• Describe the special dietary needs of athletes,
pregnant women, and people who are ill.
• Identify reasons why vegetarians need to carefully
plan their diet.
• Identify ways to reduce fat, sugar, and salt in your
diet.
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Simple Steps to a More Healthful Diet
• Nutrient density is a measure of the nutrients in a
food compared with the energy the food provides.
• Food with low nutrient density is sometimes called
junk food.
• Eating junk food occasionally is OK, but you should
always aim for balance and moderation.
• You can make up for the nutrients missing in junk
food by eating healthier foods at other times of the
day.
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Simple Steps to a More Healthful Diet
• Food prepared at home often has less fat and
sodium than food from fast-food restaurants.
• Eating snacks can be healthy if you choose to snack
on healthier foods.
• If you do eat low-nutrient snacks, make sure to
balance them out with healthy meals.
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Nutrition Throughout Life
• Infants who are fed breast milk or formula get the
right mix of nutrients, Calories, and other substances
necessary for growth and protection from infection.
• An infant’s diet is high in fat to provide energy for
rapid growth and brain development.
• The nutritional needs of children over 2 can be met
by following the Food Guide Pyramid, but with
smaller serving sizes.
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Nutrition Throughout Life
• During the teen years, the body grows and changes
rapidly.
• Adolescent boys should use the high end of the
serving ranges on the Food Guide Pyramid.
Adolescent girls should use the middle of the ranges.
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Nutrition Throughout Life
• Teens should make sure to meet nutrient needs
without exceeding energy needs.
• Because adults grow less and are less active than
teens, they need fewer Calories per day. Adults must
still make sure their nutrient needs are met.
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Special Dietary Needs
• Athletes must drink lots of fluids and avoid
dehydration.
• Athletes need a diet high in carbohydrates for extra
energy.
• Most athletes do not need extra protein in their diets.
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Special Dietary Needs
• Athletes do not need dietary supplements to improve
performance. In fact, these supplements can be
dangerous.
• If you take a dietary supplement, do not exceed the
Tolerable Upper Intake Limit for any nutrient.
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Special Dietary Needs
• Pregnant women need up to an additional 450
Calories per day.
• Pregnant women also need additional protein, B
vitamins, folate, iron, and zinc.
• If you have a cold, flu, or other mild illness, drink
plenty of fluids.
• If you have a chronic or long-term illness, you must
make sure your diet gives you enough energy and
the proper nutrients to fight the illness.
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Choosing a Vegetarian Diet
• A vegetarian diet is one in which few or no animal
products are eaten.
• Vegans are vegetarians that eat no animal products
in any form.
• Most vegetarians get all the proteins they need from
the small amounts of animal products they eat.
• Vegans must eat from a variety of plant sources to
get all the essential amino acids and other important
nutrients.
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“If you stand straight, do not fear a crooked
shadow.”
—Chinese Proverb
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“One falsehood spoils a thousand truths.”
—African Proverb
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“A man cannot be comfortable without his
own approval.”
—Mark Twain
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“Our reverence is good for nothing if it does
not begin with self-respect.”
—Oliver Wendell Holmes
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“When the character of a man is not clear to
you, look at his friends.”
—Japanese Proverb
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“What lies behind us and what lies before
us are small matters compared to what lies
within us.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson
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“A good name, like good will, is got by
many actions and lost by one.”
—Lord Jeffrey
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“To enjoy the things we ought and to hate
the things we ought has the greatest
bearing on excellence of character.”
—Aristotle
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“He that respects himself is safe from
others; He wears a coat of mail that none
can pierce.”
—Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
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“The reputation of a thousand years may be
determined by the conduct of one hour.”
—Japanese Proverb
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“Dreams are the touchstones of our
character.”
—Henry David Thoreau
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“A man’s character is his fate.”
—Heraclitus
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“Character is that which reveals moral
purpose, exposing the class of things a
man chooses and avoids.”
—Aristotle
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“What you do speaks so loud that I cannot
hear what you say.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson
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“Abstinence is the surety of temperance.”
—Plato
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“This above all, to thine own self be
true/And it must follow, as the night the day/
Thou canst not then be false to any man.”
—William Shakespeare
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“No change of circumstances can repair a
defect of character .”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson
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“Men acquire a particular quality by
constantly acting a particular way . . . you
become just by performing just actions,
temperate by performing temperate actions,
brave by performing brave actions.”
—Aristotle
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“The way to gain a good reputation is to
endeavor to be what you desire to appear.”
—Socrates
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“Do what you know and perception is
converted into character.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson
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“Rather fail with honor than succeed by
fraud.”
—Sophocles
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“Character is higher than intellect.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson
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“To know what is right and not do it is the
worst cowardice.”
—Confucius
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“It takes less time to do a thing right, than it
does to explain why you did it wrong.”
—Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
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“Nature magically suits a man to his
fortunes, by making them the fruit of his
character.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson
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“That soul that can be honest is the only
perfect man.”
—John Fletcher
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“One does evil enough when one does
nothing good.”
—German Proverb
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“There is no pillow so soft as a clear
conscience.”
—French Proverb
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“Don't forget to love yourself.”
—Soren Kierkegaard
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“Character is the indelible mark that
determines the only true value of all people
and all their work.”
—Orison Swett Marden
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“What we think or what we believe is, in the
end, of little consequence. The only thing of
consequence is what we do.”
—John Ruskin
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“Fame is vapor, popularity an accident,
riches take wing, and only character
endures.”
—Horace Greeley
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“You can easily judge the character of a
man by how he treats those who can do
nothing for him.”
—James D. Miles
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“Right is right, even if everyone is against
it; and wrong is wrong, even if everyone is
for it.”
—William Penn
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“Our deeds determine us, as much as we
determine our deeds.”
—George Eliot
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“Character is the result of two things:
mental attitude and the way we spend our
time.”
—Elbert Hubbard
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“A man without character is like a ship
without a rudder.”
—Karl G. Maeser
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“Character is much easier kept than
recovered.”
—Thomas Paine
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“Character is power.”
—Booker T. Washington
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“An individual step in character training is
to put responsibility on the individual.”
—Robert Baden-Powell
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“Character is a by-product; it is produced in
the great manufacture of daily duty.”
—Woodrow T. Wilson
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