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NR 228 Final Exam Study Guide Chapter 1 to 22

NR 228 Final Exam Study Guide Chapter 1 to 22 CHAPTER 1 (2 left to answer) How many calories are provided by protein, carbohydrates, fat and alcohol? Protein/Carbs: 4 kcal/gram Fat: 9 kcal/gram Alcohol: 7 kcal/gram What does “nutrient density” mean? Nutrient density assigns the value to a food on the basis of a comparison of its nutrient content with the kcal the food contains. The more nutrients and the fewer kcal a food provides, the higher its nutrient density. Know the basics of the six categories of nutrients. The six categories of Nutrients; Carbohydrates, Proteins, Lipids (fats), Vitamins, Minerals, Water. (**Pages 9-10 on the book goes into a lot of detail about each one***) CHAPTER 2 (1 left to answer) What are the five food groups of MyPlate? Veggies: 2 ½ cups Fruits: 2 cups Grains: 6 oz. Protein: 5 ½ oz. Dairy: 3 cups What is “fortification”? Enrichment of nutrients What nutrients are required on a food label? Calories, calories from fat, total fat, saturated fat, trans fat, cholesterol, sodium, total carbohydrates, dietary fiber, sugars, protein, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Calcium & Iron Know how to read a food label (Page 30-32, page 32 shows an actual label**) The Daily Values is a system for food labeling composed of two sets of reference values: daily intakes (RDIs) and daily reference values. The percent of Daily Values information (%DV), based on a 2000 kcal diet, is intended to show consumers how much of a day’s ideal intake of a particular nutrient they are eating. DVs for selected nutrients and food components based on a 2500-calorie diet are also given at the bottom of the label. Chapter 16: Socializing & Educating Staff for Team Building in a Learning Organization • The Learning Organization o Learning organizations (LOs): learning should go beyond the boundaries of individual learning & organizations that incorporate learning as a major part of their philosophy will be more successful o LOs view learning as the key to the future for individuals, as well as organizations o LOs promote a shared vision & collective learning in order to create positive & needed organizational change o Key Characteristics of LOs  Systems thinking: organization encourages staff to see themselves as connected to the whole organization & work activities are seen as having an impact beyond the individual  Personal mastery: each member of the staff has a commitment to improve his or her personal abilities  Team learning: through the collaboration of team members that LOs achieve their goals  Mental models: the goal in the LO is to foster organizational development through diverse thinking  Shared vision: when all the employees of the LO share a common vision, they are more willing to put their personal goals & needs aside & instead focus on teamwork & collaboration

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