HE revision YEAR 9
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What is dairy good for?
Calcium and helps to form and maintain strong bones and teeth.
What does 'Live' or 'Bio' mean?
What is the process that makes milk safe to drink?
It is a condition where bones become weak and brittle and break easily.
What can prevent Oestoporosis?
A good supply of calcium in the diet from childhood onwards reduces the risk of Oestoporosis. This is because bones are absorbing calicum and becoming stronger.
Weight bearing excercise such as walking, tennis or aerobics can help to strengthen bones.
Vitamin D (from sunlight) helps the absorbtion of calcium.
Why is Teflon coating important?
- Doesn't let anything stick to the surface
- Uses less oil, healthier
Why does the base have circle ridges?
- Heat can travel easier and faster
- Cooks evenly
What does the thermo spot mean?
Spot gloes to show if it is hot.
What does suitable for all heating sources mean?
Can be cooked on electric and gas cooker
What is a disadvantage of some frying pans?
They have steel handles which conduct heat and warm up very quickly.
How does obesity happen?
Obesity occurs when someone is eating to much food than their body needs.
What are the 3 fats?
S is for sausage which is saturated fat and it's solid.
P is for palm oil which is polyunsaturated and it passes by
O is for oily fish which is outstanding for brains
What can you make in a microwave?
- Scrambled egg
- Microwave dinners
- Baked potatoes
Why might food cooked in a microwave look different from food cooked in an oven?
Microwave cannot brown things. Eg cake
4 containers suitable for use in a microwave?
- non-metallic plates
- pizza box
How should you clean a microwave oven?
After every use with warm soapy water.
Advantages on owning a microwave?
- Use less energy than a conventianal oven
- Heat up things quickly
- Defrost things quickly
- Easy to clean
Energy saving appliances?
What are the 6 cereal seeds?
What does the whole grain of the cereal contain?
- Carbohydrate in the form of starch, a little vitamin B, some vegetable protein and a little fat.
- They also contain dietary fibre
What do Cereals get there name from?
Ceres the Greek Goddess of Harvest
What are Cereals?
Cereals are the seed grains of edible grass plants
What is a coeliac?
A person that is allergic to gluten found in wheat, barley, oats and rye. It damages their small intestine.
What is meant by the term 'refined carbohydrate'?
The bran layer of the wheat grain was removed from.
What is CHD?
CHD occurs when the small arteries that supply blood to your heart are blocked up with a build up of colestral (found in fatty food) When they become totally blocked the heart has to work much harder to get blood around the body, and if the artery is blocked blood cannot flow to the heart and this can result in a heart attack.
Where can you find Omega 3?
- Fresh tuna
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