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Page 1 of 4;Lesson2Laboratory:AtkinsvsFatkins;Completethequestionsbelow.Whenyouareaskedtoincludeacitation(author,year)makesure;toalsoincludetheappropriatereferenceinthereferencepage.;PARTIQUESTIONS;First,findoutwhatnutrientsJanineandMitchellaretalkingabout.Describewhatthefollowingmoleculesstructure;andwhattheyareusedforinthehumanbody.Listmajordietarysourcesofeach.;1.Proteins;DESCRIBE;STRUCTURE;(EXAMPLE)Proteinsare;chainsofaminoacids;USEINBODY?;DIETARYSOURCE;2.Carbohydrates;3.Fats;TRUEor;FALSE?;EXPLAINYOUR;ANSWER;INCLUDE;INTERNAL;CITATION(Authors;lastname,year);4.Janinemadethisstatement:ifyour;braindoesntgetcarbswell,glucose;anywayyougetreallycranky.Youhave;tohaveenoughcarbs.Isthisstatement;aboutglucoseTRUEorFALSE?;Explain/supportyouranswerwith;researchedevidenceusingAPAcitations.;5.Janinealsosaid:Ifyoueatwaytoo;muchproteinandnotenoughcarbsyou;canpotentiallydamageyourkidneys;becauseofallthenitrogenyouhaveto;processbreakingdowntheprotein.;Extremelyhighproteindietscan;potentiallydamagekidneysin;healthyadults.TRUEorFALSE?;Explain/supportyouranswerwith;researchedevidenceusingAPAcitations.;TYPECORRECTANSWER(a,b;Page 2 of 4;cord);6. Choosethestatementbelowthatbestdescribesthewordscalorieand;energy.;a. Calorieisaunitthatisusedtomeasureenergy.Energyisthecapacityto;doworkoraphenomenonthatallowschangetohappen.;b. Calorieisthecapacitytodoworkoraphenomenonthatallowschange;tohappen.Energyisaunitthatisusedtomeasureenergy.;c. Acaloriemeasuressugarcontent.Energymeasurescaloriecontent;d. Alloftheabovearecorrect;7.;a.;b.;c.;d.;Whichsubstancessupplyenergytothehumanbody?;Carbohydrates;Fats;Sugars;Alloftheabovearecorrect.;PARTIIQUESTIONS;TYPEYOURANSWERHERE;INCLUDEINTERNAL;CITATION(Authorslastname,year);8.Howdoesthemedicalcommunity;defineobesity?;TYPECORRECTANSWER;(a,b,cord);9.Whatissetpointtheory?;a. Thechemicalprocessesoccurringwithinalivingcellororganismthatarenecessary;forthemaintenanceoflife;b. Thehumanbodyhasabuiltincontrolsystemthatdictateshowmuchfatthebody;willcarry,andthatthesetpointrangediffersfrompersontoperson,probablyset;bythepersonsgenetics.;c. Thefinalpointneededtowinasportsmatch;d. Apositivefeedbackloopcontrollingthebodymassindex;10Whichstatementaboutmetabolism,energybalanceandbodyweightistrue?;a. Apersonwithalowmetabolicratetendstousefewercalories,andmaytherefore;Page 3 of 4;gainweightmoreeasilyiftheyeatasmuchassomeonewithanaverage;metabolism.;b. Apersonwithaveryhighmetabolicrateusesmanymorecalories,andmay;consumemuchmorethansomeonewithanaveragemetabolismyetbeunableto;gainweight.;c. Metabolismisthesumofallprocessesthatbreakdownorganicmoleculesand;convertthemintousableenergywithinthecells;d. Alloftheabovearetruestatements;TRUEor;FALSE?;EXPLAINYOURANSWER;INCLUDE;INTERNAL;CITATION;(Authorslastname;year);11.Janinesaidthatincreasing;musclemassincreasesmetabolism.;IsthisstatementTRUEor;FALSE?Explain/supportyour;answerwithresearchedevidence;usingAPAcitations.;PARTIIIQUESTIONS;TYPECORRECTANSWER;(a,b,cord);12.Whatistherelationshipbetweensugarandcomplexcarbohydrates?;a. Thetermscanbeusedinterchangeably.;b. Complexcarbohydratessuchasstarchandglycogen,arelongchainsofsugars.;c. Sugarssuchassucroseandglucosearechainsofcarbohydrates;d. Thebodyusesonlysugarsasanenergysourceandnotcarbohydrates;TYPEYOURANSWERHERE;13.Janinementionedbloodsugar;levels,whichpuzzledMitchell.Why;istheresugarinyourblood?Citeyour;INCLUDEINTERNAL;CITATION;(Authorslastname,year);Page 4 of 4;answer.;HORMONE1;14.What2hormonescontrolblood;sugarlevels?;References;HORMONE2;View Full Attachment

 

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