Sci 241 Week 1 Understanding Food Labels Essays and Term Papers

  • Understanding Food Labels Sci/241

    Understanding Food Labels SCI/241 Understanding Food Labels The 5/20 rule is a healthy formula that an individual can follow to make sure that they are receiving the proper daily percentage in a serving. The 5/20 rule is making sure that if a serving of a particular nutrient is within an individual’s...

      716 Words | 3 Pages   Nutrition facts label, Nutrition, Dieting, Dietary Reference Intake

  • Week 1 Understanding Food Labels

     Week 1 - Understanding Food Labels Worksheet Tamara Tate SCI 241 (AXIA) April 5, 2014 Alyssa Wells University of Phoenix Material Understanding Food Labels Worksheet Part A: Analyzing a Food Label Complete the table below by filling in the requested items. Use the food label...

      770 Words | 6 Pages   Trans fat, Nutrition facts label

  • Sci 241 According to Food Labels

    According to the “Food Label and You” video, the 5-20 rule is defined in a very simple way. If a food has 5% or less of a nutrient under the daily value, or %DV, column on your food’s nutritional label, then that food is low in that source of nutrient. If the food has 20% or more of that nutrient under...

      847 Words | 3 Pages   Nutrition facts label, Vitamin C, Nutrition, Dietary fiber

  • SCI/241 - NUTRITION week Assn. 1

    for the body to perform correctly. All of these vitamins are needed for the maintenance and repairs that the body needs daily, producing energy from foods, maintaining healthy cells, support the immune system and etc. vitamins are important for the processes that take place in the body ...

      258 Words | 1 Pages   Vitamin, Vitamin D, Digestion, Cystic fibrosis

  • Understanding Food Labels

    Understanding Food Labels Watching the video and reading the material about food labels was very interesting. Reading and comprehending food labels is important to learn for one’s knowledge but most important for one’s health. I know I for one see food labels every day and never pay attention...

      497 Words | 2 Pages   Nutrition facts label, Nutrition

  • Sci 241 Week 5

    important for amino acid metabolism as well as energy production. Folate is a coenzyme that is needed for cell division. Vitamin B12, only found in animal foods, is needed for nerve function and to activate folate. Vitamin C is needed to form connective tissue and acts as a watersoluble antioxidant. Vitamin...

      24622 Words | 82 Pages   Riboflavin, Thiamine, Dietary fiber, Diet (nutrition)

  • Understanding Food Labels

    UNDERSTANDING FOOD LABELS [ Name] SCI/241 - Nutrition Instructor Name [ Date ] UNDERSTANDING FOOD LABELS Food Label and You When discussing nutrition, there are a few topics that should be discussed when learning about how to follow proper daily nutrition and living a healthy lifestyle...

      735 Words | 3 Pages   Dietary fiber, Food energy, Dieting, Nutrition facts label

  • Understanding Food Labels

    Understanding Food Labels The five/twenty rule pertains to the daily value of a particular nutrient in food that is found on the nutrition facts label. If Vitamin C is what is desired, any food item over 20% DV is a good source of Vitamin C. If that item has less than 5%, it would not be a good...

      340 Words | 2 Pages   Nutrition, Food energy, Nutrition facts label, Dieting

  • understanding food labels

     Assignment: Understanding Food Labels SCI/241 AURORA MERRY Assignment: Understanding Food Labels Complete your Understanding Food Labels assignment by providing a 350- to 700-word response in APA format to the Assignments tab. Include the following: Discuss and define what the 5/20 rule is according...

      620 Words | 5 Pages   Diet (nutrition), Dietary Reference Intake, Nutrition facts label, Nutrition

  • Understanding Food Label

    Understanding Food Labels SCI/241 09/7/2012 Understanding Food Labels Understanding how to read food labels is important and also healthy. This can help you to maintain a healthy diet. Reading food labels at first can be confusing, however it will help you to select foods that will provide...

      776 Words | 3 Pages   Trans fat, Dietary fiber, Nutrition facts label, Nutrition

  • Understanding Food Labels

    reading Nutritional Fact labels, whether they understand them or not. The National and Education Label Act was meant to influence students to read and understand nutritional fact labels [1]. Today students are being made aware of the importance about reading Nutrition Food Labels, but studies have shown...

      933 Words | 3 Pages   Obesity, Human nutrition, Health, Nutrition facts label

  • Understanding Food Labels

    Understanding Food Labels SCI 241 February 8, 2013 Thea Leonard Understanding Food Labels When monitoring our food intake, it is important to understand and be able to know how to read food labels. However, for many of us, myself included, it took a little time to get used to. With the aid of...

      409 Words | 2 Pages   Nutrition facts label, Dieting, Saturated fat, Nutrition

  • Understanding Food Labels

    are what you eat. It is very important to recognize that not all food contains the same calories and serving size. Also, the nutrients may vary from one product to another. Therefore, it is crucial for consumers to understand fool labels effectively as it has greater effects on one’s health. Starting...

      624 Words | 2 Pages   Healthy diet, Dieting, Nutrition facts label, Dietary fiber

  • Understanding Food Labels

    Running head: UNDERSTANDING FOOD LABELS Understanding Food Labels Denise Flythe SCI/241 March 8, 2013 Susan Keezer Understanding Food Labels The 5/20 rule is a simple and quick way for consumers to know if a product is healthy to eat. The rule is 5% of the daily value for an ingredient...

      429 Words | 4 Pages   Dieting, Nutrition facts label, Nutrition, Dietary fiber

  • Understanding Food Labels

    Understanding Food Labels Choosing foods in the 5/20 range means that you are choosing foods that are higher than 5% or lower than 20% of the nutritional daily value. The 5/20 rule means that 5% or lower is a low amount of nutritional value and 20% is a high nutritional value. By choosing foods...

      471 Words | 2 Pages   Nutrition facts label, Dieting, Food energy, Dietary Reference Intake

  • Understanding Food Labels

    Understanding Food Labels SCI 241 University of Phoenix 05/26/2013 The purpose of this paper is to let consumers know they learn of what nutrients are in the foods they eat by reading the labels provided on the product packaging. The 5/20 rule along with the six key label facts allow the...

      443 Words | 3 Pages   Nutrition facts label, Dieting, Nutrition, Dietary fiber

  • Understanding Food Labels

    Understanding Your Fats and Fiber Tanya Davis SCI/241 December 6, 2012 Professor: Robert Flores Understanding Your Fats and Fiber Bad fats, better fats, and best fats give the human body energy and they have 9 calories per gram, but some fats are better than others. At one time all fats...

      490 Words | 2 Pages   Polyunsaturated fat, Healthy diet, Cooking oil, Trans fat

  • Sci 241 Week 4 Checkpoint

    Protein Article Search/ Amino Acids and athletes After taking the time to look at several articles I choose one: Dietary Supplements and Team-Sport Performance by David Bishop. The article speaks about supplements and sports. It tells how supplements affect the way a sports athlete preforms in his...

      265 Words | 1 Pages   Dietary supplement

  • Sci/241 Week 9 Capstone

    REFLECTIONS ON NUTRITION March 3, 2011 SCI/241 WEEK 9 CAPSTONE CHECKPOINT What assignment did you enjoy the most? Why? Are there any assignments that you have completed that have affected your life in terms of overall health and nutrition habits? If so, which assignment? How has it affected...

      341 Words | 1 Pages   Malnutrition

  • Sci/241 Nutrition Dq 1

    swallowing, food passes down the throat and through the esophagus to the stomach. Normally, a muscular valve called the lower esophageal sphincter (LES) opens to allow food into the stomach (or to permit belching); then it closes again. Then the stomach releases strong acids to help break down the food. But...

      325 Words | 1 Pages   Heartburn, Esophagus, Gastroesophageal reflux disease, Stomach

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