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Portage Learning, BIOD 121 Nutrition, Module 5 List and give a brief description of three eating disorders not categorized as anorexia or bulimia. Binge eating disorder, night eating syndr... ome, and female athlete triad. Descriptions given in Module Text. While poverty is a cause for undernutrition common in both developed and developing countries, what are some causes of undernutrition unique to the developing nations with the most widespread undernutrition? List at least three. Population growth that exceeds the ability to produce food, depletion of farmland and water sources, war and political unrest, and insufficient sanitation. Determine the maximum heart rate and the target zone for a 27 year old. Maximum heart rate: Target zone: beats/min to beats/min Correct Answer 1) 220 – 27 = 193 2) 193 * 0.6 = 115.8 3) 193 * 0.9 = 173.7 Be familiar with common causes, warning signs and physical effects of bulimia. List three conditions that may result from dehydration. Then, describe the causes and symptoms for the conditions. Heat exhaustion (caused by ineffective cooling through sweating - Symptoms include profuse sweating, dizziness, nausea/vomiting, muscle weakness, fatigue and skin flushing) Heat cramps (caused by a lack of sodium, symptoms include pain caused by contractions of the skeletal muscle) Heatstroke (occurs when the body’s internal temperature reaches 104 degrees as the body’s cooling capacity fails and sweating stops. Symptoms include hot, dry skin, fainting, confusion, poor coordination and seizures) Determine the maximum heart rate and the target zone for a 33 year old. Maximum heart rate: Target zone: beats/min to beats/min 1) 220 – 33 = 187 2) 187 * 0.6 = 112.2 3) 187 * 0.9 = 168.3 Determine the maximum heart rate and the target zone for a 48 year old. Maximum heart rate: Target zone: beats/min to beats/min 1) 220 – 48 = 172 2) 172 * 0.6 = 103.2 3) 172 * 0.9 = 154.8 Which of the following is not a characteristic of Bulimia Nervosa? Restriction equals empowerment Lack of control Normal weight Gum disease Be familiar with common causes, warning signs and physical effects of anorexia. Be familiar with the role that the following play in proper nutrition while staying physically fit: carbohydrates, fat, protein, vitamins, minerals, and water. How much water consumption is recommended for every pound lost during a workout? 2.5 – 3 cups What is undernutrition? Undernutrition is a condition that results from the lack of adequate food over a period of time to meet one’s nutrient needs. How much water should the average adult consume daily? 9 – 11 cups For each activity listed below, know which type of fuel(s) would be primarily required to successfully complete the activity. a) You take a three hour hike in a national park b) A football player runs a 40 yard dash c) Your cousin runs a 10k race d) You take a leisurely 20 minute swim A) carbohydrates and fats B) carbohydrates C) carbohydrates and fat D)carbohydrates Be familiar with the effort of US-focused and worldwide organizations working to reduce hunger and undernutrition. There are thousands more than those listed in the module, and a quick Internet search will provide you with a lengthy list. Your Answer: SNAP and WIC See Module Text and results of your Internet search. For the purposes of exams in this course, you will only be responsible for material presented in the Module. Which of the following is not a characteristic of Anorexia Nervosa? Inability to stay warm Gum disease List of acceptable and unacceptable foods Preoccupation with food Which eating disorder best describes the following scenario? Jared wants to try out for the lead in the school play. Jared has a body type larger than his friends, but he is not medically viewed as overweight. However, he thinks that losing a few pounds will help him get the role. Before long his classmates start to make remarks about how good he looks. Enjoying the attention, he skips most lunches and begins to exercise daily. Before long he has lost 15 pounds but feels like he needs to lose more because every time he looks in the mirror he thinks his stomach is still too large. Anorexia Nervosa Summarize in your own words how ATP, ADP, and PCr work to provide energy to cells. Your Answer: We get ATP from food after digestion. It then joins with ADP and a phosphate group to create another ATP. After the cells start using ATP, PCr is then broken down into phosphate and creatine to form more ATP. [Show More]

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