انیمیشن چرخه گلیکولیز و کربس
– Metabolic Fuels and Dietary Components
1) A 23-year-old presents for a consult about weight reduction. She works as a corporate sales consultant for popular women’s clothing. At 5 feet 7 inches tall, she weights 99 lbs and is very afraid she could weight over 100 lbs. Her daily exercise routine includes one hour of jogging every morning and one hour of walking every evening. Which of the following is the most likely problem afflicting this patient?
2.1) One calorie is equal to:
a) 4.18 Calories
b) 4.18 kilocalories
c) 4.18 kilojoules
d) 4.18 Joules
e) 4.18 calories
2.2) Physicians tend to use units of calories, in part because that is what their patients use and understand. Food “calories” are actually Calories. How many calories are in a Calorie? a) 10,000
3.1) When fat is completely oxidized from CO2 to H20, how much fuel energy is generated (in kcal/g)?
3.2) An analysis of a patient’s diet shows they ate 90g carbohydrate, 10g protein, and 10g fat each day. Approximately how many calories did this patient consume in one day?
3.3) Glucose, which is the predominant sugar in human blood, is a:
e) Linear chain of amino acids
3.4) Which of the following accounts for the difference in energy between fats and carbohydrates/proteins?
4) Other than adipose tissue, which of the following is a primary fuel store in the body?
5.1) For Body Mass Ratio (BMR), what is the assumed value of kcal/day/kg body weight? a) 1
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