Class 9 – Nutrition and Health – Spring 2020 – Chapter 5 – Continue with Protein

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Remember DSHEA for the exam:

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Class 8 – Nutrition and Health – Spring 2020 – Chapter 5 – Start Protein and Amino Acids

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Class 7 – Nutrition and Health – Spring 2020 – Chapter 4 – Finish Carbohydrates

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Some different kinds of flours now available:

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Class 6 – Nutrition and Health – Spring 2020 – Chapter 4 – Second Carbohydrate Lecture

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Through most of evolution, and the 10,000 years of Agriculture, humans consumed most of their Calories (> 50%) from “Principal Starches.” The idea of the Paleo diet (Most Calories coming from Animal sources) is a myth and untrue. (Except in cultures, such as arctic peoples, who relied upon fishing for most of their food). In most cultures studied, Hunter-Gatherers were in reality mostly Gatherers! Also, in many studies, it is the women who are the Gatherers, and who therefore, supply most of the Calories to the village.  See the Table below from Pontzer et al.

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Class 5 – Nutrition and Health – Spring 2020 – Chapter 4 in McGuire and Beerman, 3rd edition – Carbohydrates

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Class 4 – Nutrition and Health – Spring 2020 – Chapter 3 in McGuire and Beerman, 3rd edition – Energy & Digestion

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SPRING 2020 Semester!!!!! Class 3 – Nutrition and Health – Spring 2020 – 3rd Class – Chapters 1 and 2 of McGuire and Beerman, 3rd edition

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This is crazy!

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From Class 2 – Nutrition is more than Carbohydrate, Protein, and Fat:

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The above is the Overview I drew on the Blackboard during Class 2. The Overall Point of the drawing is that there are many nutrients that we have to learn about.  We can’t just be worried about Carbohydrates, Protein, and Fat.

 

 

Class 28 – Nutrition and Health – Fall 2019 – Last Class – Three Mini Lectures to Finish the Semester

 

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Role of potassium and sodium in your diet:

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A high Potassium Breakfast – Steel cut oatmeal with slices of banana:

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A high Potassium Lunch:  Spinach, tomatoes, black beans, almonds, and cheddar cheese (cheese is high in salt but in this salad the potassium is greater):

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EATRACKER ANALYSIS:

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Class 27 – Nutrition and Health – Fall 2019 – Chapter 11 – Finish Fat Soluble Vitamins – D, E, and K

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Goodbye Eatracker Diet Analysis Program!

Last salad analyzed by Eatracker:

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Class 22 – Nutrition and Health – Fall 2019 – Chapter 10 – Finish Water Soluble Vitamins; Start Vitamin A from Chp 11

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