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Nutrition Mind Map

Nutrition Mind Map

Fat

Protein

Main component for hemoglobin - carrier of oxygen in our blood

Made up from 20 amino acids

Essential (9)

Non-essential (11)

Recommended intake is 0.8 grams per every kilogram of body weight (10-35% of our daily caloric intake)

Essential for growth and repair of the body

1 gram of protein provides 4kcal

Protein from animal sources contains the full range of essential amino acids

For vegans and vegetarians they need to combine multiple different plant sources to get all the essential proteins

Fundumental structrural and functional elements within every cell

Source (depending on if they have all the essential amino acids)

Low Biological Value (missing at least one essential amino acid)

Dairy

Fish

Eggs

Nuts

Legumes

Edible insects

Meat

Plants

High Biological Value (all essential amino acids)

Grain

Cant be stored, so excess is converted to energy or fat

Omega-7 fatty acid

Omega-9 fatty acid

Can be synthesized by our body

Nutrition

Unsaturated fats (UFAs)

Fats with high % SAFs are solid on room temperature

Mostly come from animal fats

Essential fatty acids (EFAs)

Omega-3 fatty acid (alpha-linolenic acid)

Omega-6 fatty acid (linoleic acid)

Labeled "essential" because our body can synthezise them, so they must come from food.

Polyunsaturated fats

Monounsaturaded fats

Mostly come from plants and seafood, as well as their oils

Trans fats

Interesterified fats

A few plant and fish fats

Risks of cardiovascular diseasses with a high SFA intake

Used to synthesize other lipids needed by the body

Sweets and baked goods also tend to have high SFA %

Olive oil

Nuts

Some animal products (pork, eggs, poultry, etc)

Seafood (Salmon, Mackerel, etc)

Non-essential fatty acids (NFAs)

Found in fish, shellfish, seaweed oil, flaxseed and its oil, etc, 

Important for life or death of cardiac cells

Found in red meat, whole milk products, nuts and high fat fruits

Saturated fats (SFAs)

9kcal per gram of fat

Besides energy, they also cushon organs and insulate the body

Many animal fats also contain Vitams K, A, D and E

Should acount for 35% of our daily caloric intake

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publish time: 2021-03-17
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