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2 Home Economics – Revision Notes – Food and Nutrition

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 – Minerals and Vitamins. 5

Minerals 5

Calcium 5

Iron 6

Potassium (HL) 6

Sodium (HL) 8

Zinc (HL) 8

Iodine (HL) 9

Vitamins 10

Fat Soluble Vitamins 10

Vitamin A 10

Vitamin D 11

Vitamin K: Naphthoquinones 11

Vitamin E: Tocopherols 12

Water Soluble Vitamins 13

Vitamin C: Ascorbic Acid 13

Vitamin B1: Thiamine 14

Vitamin B2: Riboflavin 14

Vitamin B6: Pyriodoxine 15

Vitamin B12: Cobalamin 15

Folate 16

Water 16

Chapter 2 : Diet and Health 17

Energy 17

Inter- Relationship of Dietary Deficiencies and Excess with Diet Related Problems: 22

Bowel Disease 22

Coeliac Disease 23

Coronary Heart Disease 24

Obesity 25

Osteoporosis 27

Vegetarian 28

Dental Disease 28

Diabetes Mellitus 29

Chapter 3 - Food Preparation and Cooking Processes 30

3 Home Economics – Revision Notes – Food and Nutrition

Changes during food preparation: 30

Physical and Chemical Changes that occur during Cooking: 31

Principles of Cooking Food: 32

Methods of Cooking: 33

Soups & Sauces: 35

Types of Soup: 35

Sauces: 36

Pastry: 37

4 Home Economics – Revision Notes – Food and Nutrition

Adolescents:

Helped by Vitamin D + 1200mg

High Protein

Pregnant/

Lactating women:

1200mg

RDA

Children: 800-1000mg

Adults:

800mg

Chapter 1 – Minerals and Vitamins.

Minerals

What you need to know:

  • Functions
  • Sources
  • Effects of deficiency
  • RDA
  • Absorption (Calcium and Iron only)

What are minerals?

  • Inorganic nutrients required by the body.
  1. Macro-minerals are needed in relatively large amounts in the body.
  2. Trace-minerals are needed in s...

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