UW-Madison NUTRSCI 132 - Physiology for Nutrition (4 pages)

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Lecture number:
6
Pages:
4
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
University of Wisconsin, Madison
Course:
Nutrsci 132 - Nutrition Today
Edition:
1
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NUTR SCI 132 Lecture 6 Outline of Last Lecture I Dietary Guidelines for Americans a Foods and food compounds to increase decrease II MyPlate gov III Food Labels Outline of Current Lecture Physiology for Nutrition I How to study for exam II Process of Digestion a Motility secretion digestion absorption b Following the path of food through the gut Current Lecture I How can I prepare for the exam a Use Active Study Methods i Take good notes don t sit in lecture passively ii Use book to look up answers to homework questions don t read passively 1 Learn material better and quicker iii Do things in Timely fashion 1 Don t cram three days before the exam iv Frequent Contact with Materials 1 Divide 2 hours of studying between several classes smaller sessions b Process i Read or skim book These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor s lecture GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes not as a substitute II ii Take notes outline form 1 Expand notes iii Online Homework iv Within 1 3 days do study questions v Short frequent reviews vi Within 1 week of exam take old exams Digestion a Four Processes i Motility 1 Peristalsis a Moves food through digestive track rhythmic contraction of muscles 2 Segmentation a Mixes food with digestive juices random squeezing ii Secretion 1 Chemicals iii Digestion 1 Breaking down of large particles into small iv Absorption 1 Transport nutrients from gut Gastro Intestinal tract GI tract into blood stream b Following the path of food through the gut i Mouth 1 Chewing a Mechanical break down of food 2 Secretion a Saliva i Lubricates food makes food easier to swallow b Amylase i Enzyme 1 Ends with ase 2 Substrate Amylose starch 3 A type of protein a Complicated structure b Specific one function 4 Facilitates reactions ii Esophagus 1 Connects food from mouth to stomach 2 Peristalsis a Squeezes food into stomach iii Stomach 1 Reservoir for slow release of food into small intestine 2 Churning a Muscles mix with secretion



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