Nutrtion

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(Food Technology) Mind Map on Nutrtion, created by theboos123 on 04/24/2013.
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Nutrtion
1 Proteins

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  • Proteins assist the body in growth and repair. They are often found in animal product such as cheese, milk, meat eggs and sometimes in vegetables, soya-bean, nuts and pulses
2 Carbohydrates

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  • Carbohydrates are needed to give the body energy. there are two types..sugar and starch. 
  • Starch is found in cereals, cornflour, potatoes, pasta and flour.  Sugars are found in fruit, vegetables, honey, milk and malt products. 
3 Fats

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  • fat is need to give the body concentrated sources of energy and to insulate the body. There are also two type: saturated and unsaturated.
  • Saturated fat are usually obtained from animal sources for example butter and lard. 
  • Unsaturated fats come from vegetable sources, such as sunflower oil. 
4 Minerals

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  • Minerals are needed in small amounts to help the body function properly and stay strong. Calcium and Iron are two very important minerals!
5 Calcium

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  • Calcium is needed in the growth of strong and healthy teeth. sources of calcium are, milk, cheese, eggs, etc. 
6 Iron

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  • Iron is needed for the growth of red blood cells within the body. Sources include, red meat, lentils, green vegetables, eggs and bread. 
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