Nutrition Lecture 5
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What includes the activities of your body that are keeping you alive (breathing, sleeping, etc.) and must be measured 12 hours after any food or activity?
Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR)
What includes the digestion of food, while you are awake and can be measured 5-6 hours after any food or activity?
Resting Metabolic Rate (RMR)
What is less intentional physical activity (tapping toe) called?
Nonexercise activity thermogenesis (NEAT)
What is the energy it takes to digest food called?
Thermic Effect of Food (TEF)
Where is glycogen stored in the body?
liver and muscle
Where is glucose stored in the body?
Where are lipids stored in the body?
Where are triglycerides stored in the body?
Where is protein stored in the body?
What is the formula for BMI?
weight in kg/height in m2
What is the theory that you have a genetically predisposed weight that you sit at?
What fuels the first 10-15 seconds of exercise?
stored muscle ATP and creatine phosphate
What is used after 30 seconds of exercise and through about 2-3 minutes?
What fuels exercise after the first 2-3 minutes?
What disease can honey cause if ingested by children under the age of 1?
Acronym for keeping food safe (FAT TOM)?
What would you like to do?
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