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  1. nutrients

  2. carbohydrates What it does It is any of a class of organic compounds composed of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen. It includes starches and sugars that are produced in green plants by photosynthesis. It's also an important source of food for animals and people. Types Monosaccharides Disaccharides Polysaccharides Facts carbohydrates contain carbon oxygen and hydrogen.carbhydrates give you energy to do thing .carbohydrates are sudar and starch so it is important to eat and drink carbohydrates Example of food that have it Some carbohydrates can be seen as 'bad' carbohydrates, such as refined processed carbohydrates. For a list of refined processed carbohydrate to avoid or strictly limit for good http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_are_examples_of_carbohydrate_foods#ixzz1ljU6mweM

  3. fat • what it does • Fat means your belly is big and it usually means when you eat alot and then you get really really big and ugly and your big belly pops out and only if you eat so much junk food you can eat it once in a while as long as you dont eat it all the time.... • Types • beef ,butter,chicken….. • facts • Fat is the target of much scorn, yet it serves up health benefits you can't live without.    • Fat supplies essential fatty acids (EFAs). "Your body is incapable of producing the EFAs, known as linoleic acid and alpha-linolenic acid, so it must derive them from food," explains WahidaKarmallyDrPH, RD, professor of nutrition at Columbia Universityand director of nutrition at The Irving Institute for Clinical and Translational Research. • In addition, fat ferries vitamins A, D, E, and K -- known as the fat-soluble vitamins -- into and around the body. • Example of food that have it • chocolate, sweets, oil, fries, fast food, cakes, cola, fanta and lots more

  4. protein • what it does • A protein is a long train of amino acids linked together. Proteins have different functions; they can provide structure (ligaments, fingernails, hair), help in digestion (stomach enzymes), aid in movement (muscles), and play a part in our ability to see (the lens of our eyes is pure crytalline protein). • types • Whey Protein ,CaseinProtein . • facts • A business relies on solid facts and data to succeed, and so should you. Protein facts are extremely important if your muscle building and fat burning programs are going to succeed. • If you ask "How do I build muscle?" or "How do I burn fat?" you will most likely get two answers. • Begin an exercise or weight lifting routine. • Eat more protein. • Example of food that have it • Milk, cheese and eggs

  5. fiber • what is does • Fiber is a virtually indigestible substance that is found mainly in the outer layers of plants. Fiber is a special type of carbohydrate that passes through the human digestive system virtually unchanged, without being broken down into nutrients. Carbohydrates constitute the main source of energy for all body functions. • types • Fiber functional properties, peak force, contraction velocity, resistance to fatigue, oxidative and glycolytic capacities, and actino-myosin ATPase activities, fall across a broad spectrum. Nonetheless, it is possible to divide this continuum into a few clusters. • facts • *Promotes bowel regularity*Relieves constipation*Increases the transit time of food through the gastrointestinal tract*Increases stool sizeExample of food that have it? • Vegetabli,meat,

  6. Vitamins • What it does? • Can make people better • Types • Vitamin A, Vitamin B1 , Vitamin B2 , Vitamin B6….. • Facts • Eating a balanced diet that includes food from every food group will help ensure that a person gets all the vitamins they need to stay healthy. The amount of vitamins that can be healthy or dangerous for a person depends on their age, medical conditions, such as pregnancy or disease, and gender. Before taking a vitamin supplement, consult your doctor and pharmacist. • Example of food that have it? • Radish,cabbage,potato

  7. minerals • What it does • any of a class of substances occurring in nature, usu. comprising inorganic substances, as quartz or feldspar, of definite chemicalcomposition and usu. of definite crystal structure, but sometimes also including rocks formed by these substances as well as certain natural products of organic origin, as asphalt or coal.Types • Hydrogen, Helium, Lithium • Facts • The Banff Springs Hotel exterior is Rundle stone, a brown sandstone, still quarried near Canmore for use in construction and landscaping.Paskapoo sandstone from the Glenbow quarry near Calgary was used in construction on the top four stories of the Alberta Legislature Building, which began in 1907 and finished in 1912.To November 2008, 51 kimberlite bodies (the volcanic rock type most likely to contain economic deposits of diamonds) have been discovered in Alberta. Of these areas, the Buffalo Head Hills area in north-central Alberta has the highest diamond content results to date. 28 of the 41 Buffalo Head Hills bodies contain diamond. At least three of these kimberlites (kimberlites K14, K91 and K252) contain estimated diamond grades of >12 carats per hundred tonnes (cpht). The Buffalo Head Hills kimberlite K252 has the highest estimated diamond grades in Alberta with a preliminary mini-bulk (22.8 t) sample grade of 55 cpht.   The biggest diamond found to date in the Ashton K14 complex, at Buffalo Hills, north of Edmonton is 1.3 carats. The diamond is a single crystal, of silvery grey appearance with many dark inclusions making it an industrial grade diamond.   In 1958, the first diamond in Alberta was reportedly found in fluvial gravels near Evansburg, east of Edson.    Solution mining of salt occurs in Alberta.  Water is injected into salt formations to recover the brine.  Brine is water saturated or nearly saturated with salt (usually NaCl – sodium chloride – table salt -- but could be other salts). “Saturated” in this context means water containing as much dissolved salt as it can hold. At 15.5 °C (288.65 K, 60 °F) saturated brine is 26.4% salt (sodium chloride) by weight). At 0 °C (273.15 K, 32 °F) brine can only hold 26.3% salt.Example of food that have it? calcium helps grow and maintain healthy bones,

  8. water • What it does? • Water is very important for life. We need water to drink, to wash our hands, to cook, to water plants and many other things. What other important uses for water do we have? • Without water, the plants would die and people and animals would go thirsty. • Did you ever wonder why water was so important? Do you know why water is water? • Let's take a closer look at water... • Your body is made up of many bones. All these bones make up your skeleton • Types • Artesian Water, Distilled Water, Fluoridated Water • Facts • Did you know that you could get drunk on water? Well, drinking too much water causes the sodium levels in the bloodstream to dilute causing imbalance of water in your brain. This is called ‘water intoxication’ Example of food that have it? I think all the food have water