Food & Your Health
... Calories (kcals) a unit to measure energy(raises
body temp by 1degree
3500 kcals = 1 pound
Nutrient Dense foods-have a lot of nutrients and
a low kcals
E.g. fruits, vegetables, and whole grains
Food Safety on the Go ppt
... Cold foods time limit 6 hours
Hot foods time limit 4 hours
Use plastic or clean towels
1.02 Foods II - Duplin County Schools
... food order from customers who have
concerns about food allergies?
• Describe each menu item to customer who
ask, including and “secret” ingredients
(2002). Fighting obesity and the food lobby
... in the nutrition arena; tbe human
toll is too great. There are voices of
reason, or at least enlightened 'selfinterest, within tbe food, indusj:ry.
But will they prevail?
The time has come for the industry to demonstrate that it will be
a trustwortby public health ally' by
adopting the following pol ...
proposal for new department of nutrition and food studies
... The new department will be on the cutting edge of the movement to modernize health care. One
of the core principles this effort is that prevention of illness is a better and less expensive
approach than care of the already sick, and no element of prevention is more salient or ripe for
intervention t ...
HHP 2603 Week 21 Notes Vegetarian Lifestyle (Lower
... Ovolactovegetarian (Eggs; Milk; Butter;-gain protein)
Lactovegetarian (No eggs)
Vegan (Plants only; No dairy; More difficult to get acids)
1) Build healthy plate
Make half your plate fruits and vegetables
Switch to skim or 1% milk
Make at least half of your grains whole
Vary your ...
Food industry view on Sustainable Food and Nutrition Security
... Evolution from focus on achieving food and nutrition security in the
developing world to addressing the multiple food system challenges
associated with feeding > 9 billion (mostly urban) people globally by
2050 - in a safe, secure way that:
- is desired and affordable by consumers in different cultu ...
food safety information for proprietors of temporary food stalls
... Cross contamination occurs when bacteria is transferred from a contaminated surface
to a one which is not contaminated. The bacteria can come from people, work
surfaces or equipment, and other foods. For example, it can happen when bacteria
from the surface of raw meat, poultry are transferred onto ...
Food Marketing and Food Additives
... 5. (331) What types of products are used as an sugar substitute? Why do you think
products would use some of these even when they are not always proven to be better
than sugar for weight loss?
6. (331) What does “No sugar added” really mean for the consumer? Why could it cause
some confusion or be m ...
Shifting to Locally Produced Food
... • And have higher nutrient levels
• By contrast, distance-shipped, less tasty
foods often need to have fats, sugars, salt
or chemicals added to make them tasty.
Thermal Pres. Cold Notes
... microbes are usually the cause of food
The speed at which chemical reactions
occur are directly related to the temperature
of the food.
The chemical reaction rates roughly double
for every 10* C. (18*F) increase in
Ch. 10 Nutrition
... Lesson 3: Healthy Food
TURN IN MEAL LOG ON
So you want to be a…
... – In 2009, the California
average annual wage was
$25,985 for entry level
workers, and $67,986 for
Abby Randall, Class of 2005
... seminar Guns, Butter and Globalization). I then spent 18 months working at a residential
facility for teenage girls where I carried out nutrition and garden-based education
programs. I am now in my second year of the Agriculture, Food and Environment
program, a two-year Master of Science program at ...
... However, some groups have been isolated enough not to have appreciated that further improvements in the
food-health equation were possible, so that less than optimal health was considered to be "normal". For
example, people living where there has been iodine deficiency may have accepted a certain pr ...
Influences on Food Choices
... The Migration of Food
• People searched for
food in distant
introduced foods in
• European countries
and empires grew.
NAME - Warren County Schools
... 35. What are the dietary guidelines for people who have diabetes and hypoglycemia?
36. A diet that would be helpful in reducing the risk of cancer would include 3 things.
What are they?
37. Who is most likely to get osteoporosis?
38. What is the difference between food allergy and food intolerance?
BP-5 product description
... For usage in the first phase of disaster relief operations
during natural- or man-made disasters, before local foods
can be distributed and prepared.
BP-5™ has successfully been air dropped from different
altitudes at many occasions, also without parachute. Drops
made from 600 feet without parachute ...
... People consume food every day of their lives, whether it is at breakfast, lunch, dinner, or
a snack in between. But how many people actually think about what is in the food they eat?
Recently, eighth graders at Waunakee Middle School have been learning about nutrition.
Towards the beginning of the u ...
Chapter Summary for Nutrition: Concepts and
... overconsumption of calorie-dense snacks. The sugary snacks advertised on children’s television programs also
contribute to dental caries. Breakfast is critical to school performance. Not all children start the day with an
adequate breakfast, but school breakfast programs help to fill the need. Schoo ...
FOOD & CULTURE
... STAPLE-MOSTLY WIDELY PRODUCED AND EATEN FOOD
ETIQUETTE-RULES RELATED TO BEHAVIORS FOR SERVING
AND EATING FOOD
DIVERSITY-A VARIED REPRESENTATION OF VARIOUS
CULTURAL GROUPS (ALSO REFERRED TO AS MULTICULTURALISM)
GIVE AN EXAMPLE OF A FUSION AND A STAPLE FOOD.
Food studies is the critical examination of food and its contexts within science, art, history, society, and other fields. It is distinctive from other food-related areas of study such as nutrition, agriculture, gastronomy, and culinary arts in that it tends to look beyond the mere consumption, production, and aesthetic appreciation of food and tries to illuminate food as it relates to a vast number of academic fields. It is thus a field that involves and attracts philosophers, historians, scientists, literary scholars, sociologists, art historians, anthropologists, and others.