art amp 100 worksheet

  1. Define the term nutrition:
  2. What is your best guess at this time: Are you under-nourished, adequately nourished or over-nourished?
  3. Is it possible to be under-nourished and overweight? Why?
  4. Define the term health and describe your expectations for each aspect of your health.
  5. How could healthy eating habits help you reach your goals for each aspect of your health?
  6. What are the common conditions that are related to diet?
  7. How much money does the U.S. spend on the obesity problem each year?
  8. Describe how you could eat healthy food on a budget.
  9. What are the 6 nutrients that are essential for life?
  10. Regarding carbohydrates: How many calories per gram are there? What is the main function of carbohydrates?
  11. What are the building blocks of carbohydrates?
  12. How many calories per gram are in lipids? What is the main function of a lipid?
  13. Describe (you don’t have to draw this) the structure of a triglyceride.
  14. How many calories per gram are in proteins? What is the main function of proteins?
  15. What are the building blocks of proteins? How many are there?
  16. Give typical food sources for carbs, lipids and proteins:
  17. What are some functions of water in the body?
  18. Choose 4 of the things that influence our food choices that you think influence you the most and describe how they are an influence in your life.
  19. If you were to do an informal assessment of your nutritional status, what would you say?
  20. If you went to the doctor, what additional tests would they do to help you establish your nutritional status?
  21. What are the benefits of bulky meals? Give an example of a bulky meal.
  22. What are the benefits of a concentrated meal? Give an example of a concentrated meal.
  23. Describe nutrient dense foods.
  24. Describe energy dense foods.
  25. What does the term balance mean? Give an example.
  26. What does the term variety mean, give an example, and explain how it’s different from balance?
  27. What information can you get from reading a food label?
  28. What information on a food label can you use to calculate the number of calories coming from the different macromolecules (carbs, lipids and proteins)? How do those calculations work: give an example of each.
  29. What is the myPlate recommendation?
  30. Using these tools of building a healthy diet, explain how you would build a meal. Give an example.

Rubric

Outline Rubric (4)

Outline Rubric (4)

Criteria Ratings Pts

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10.0 pts

Outline is clearly written, organized and well supported. Demonstrates reflection on course materials and effort to develop supported responses.

8.0 pts

Outline is on time, clearly written and organized, but needs further development to earn further credit.

7.0 pts

Outline is either late or requires further development or is incomplete.

4.0 pts

Outline is incomplete

0.0 pts

No paper is turned in.

10.0 pts

Total Points: 10.0

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