June 10th Lesson
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Slide 1 - Nutrition Introduction
- 6 Essential Nutrients and Nutrition Vocab
Slide 2 - There are 6 essential nutrients our bodies need to survive.
Slide 3 - What are essential nutrients?
- An essential nutrient is a nutrient required for normal human body function that either cannot be synthesized by the body at all, or cannot be synthesized in amounts adequate for good health and thus must be obtained from a dietary source.
Slide 4 - Now you will do some discovery to determine what the role of each essential nutrient is and what foods provide them
- You will open each essential nutrient handout and complete the essential nutrient chart.
Slide 5 - Essential Nutrient Chart
Slide 6 - How Many?
Slide 7 - Vitamin and Mineral Chart
- Use these 4 links to complete the vitamin and mineral charts on the second and third page of the notes.
- These notes and charts are necessary to complete the perfect day meal plan assessment so be detailed and thorough.
- DO NOT COPY AND PASTE THE ENTIRE SECTION. Summarize and pull out 3 to 4 foods for each nutrient, vitamin and mineral.
- LOOK FOR UNIQUE FOODS FOR THAT VITAMIN.
Slide 8 - PAUSE THIS VIDEO AND COMPLETE THE NOTES
- UPLOAD NOTES TO ONEDRIVE ONCE THEY ARE COMPLETE.
Slide 9 - The food we consume should include the essential nutrients.
- Eat food with purpose allows weight management, energy, and good health to come naturally.
Slide 10 - NUTRITION VOCAB
- PLEASE OPEN THE NUTRITION VOCAB AND MATCHING DOCUMENT OFF ONEDRIVE. FILL IT IN AS I GO THROUGH THE LESSON.
Slide 11 - Saturated Fats
- Solid fats, also known as “Bad Fats”. Typically solid at room temperature.
- Food Examples:
- fatty beef
- poultry with skin
- other dairy products made from whole or reduced-fat (2 percent) milk.
- Fried Foods
Slide 12 - Unsaturated Fats
- Common forms are monounsaturated fats and polyunsaturated fats.
- These are the good fats. The body needs fat and this the healthiest form.
- Foods that contain unsaturated fats:
- -Olive Oil (and other healthy oils)
Slide 13 - HDL
- HDL cholesterol is the "good cholesterol." It removes harmful bad cholesterol from the arteries where it doesn’t belong.
- Foods That Contain HDL:
- Whole Grains
Slide 14 - LDL
- Low-density lipoprotein, or LDL cholesterol, is bad cholesterol. High LDL levels can cause heart disease, hypertension and stroke.
- FOODS THAT CONTAIN LDL:
- Egg yolks
- Red meat
- Fried foods
- Ice cream
- High Fat Dairy products
Slide 15 - Complex Carbohydrates
- Take longer to digest keeping you feeling full for longer. Complex carbs have more nutritional and health value than simple.
- Foods that contain complex carbs:
- Whole grain bread, pasta, rice
- Kidney Beans
- Chick Peas
Slide 16 - Simple Carbohydrates
- Simple carbohydrates are also called simple sugars and are chemically made of one or two sugars. These are carbohydrates that absorb quickly into the body.
- FOODS that include simple carbohydrates:
Slide 17 - Now lets practice…
- Please use your nutrition vocab notes to tell me what each food contains
- Some foods will contain more than one vocab term.
- For example some foods may contain saturated fats and LDL and that is okay!
- This is just a practice to check in and make sure everyone is understanding how to determine what certain foods consist of.
Slide 18 - Matching choices:
- Saturated Fats
- Unsaturated Fats
- Complex Carbs
- Simple Carbs
Slide 19 - Which category does it fit into?
- Nutrition Vocab Interactive Activity
Slide 33 - Please upload your nutrition vocab document to OneDrive under the nutrition folder.
- The last task for the day is to please take a second to view the video in the June 10th Box titled:
- “Is sugar or Fat worse for you?”
- There will be a question on your quiz regarding this video so pay attention and take notes if you need. It will not be specific but rather question your understanding of the main concept of the video.