- Western Kentucky University
- Food Science And Human Nutrition
- Food Science And Human Nutrition 111
- test 4
Last Modified: 2011-07-16
too much--constipation , nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea
too little--anemia occurs when your stores are so depleted that your hemoglobin levels decrease. cause fatigue and weakness
considered to be up to one standard drink for women, two for men.
12ou beer, 1.5ou shot, 5ou wine
stomach - alcohol dehydrogenase-enzyme 20%
liver - converts alcohol to acetaldehyde - carbon dioxide and water
metabolize one drink per 1.5 to 2 hours
1.fatty liver-result of weekend of partying, can be overturned
2.alcohol hepatitis-liver becomes irritated by various byproducts of alcohol, due to chronic inflammation
3.disease in which liver celss die, causing severe scarring
not wise, more negative consequesncees than good
yes, few gallstones, few kidney stones, improved cognitive function
weight in relationship to height
=(weight(lbs) * 703) / height squared (inches squared)
overweight - 25-29.9
obese- over 30
Your BMR will increase your energy needs, the thermic effect of food affects your energy needs, physical activity will increase you energy needs
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