'Basal metabolic rate' presentation slideshows

Basal metabolic rate - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


We are what we eat

We are what we eat

We are what we eat Anna Drabczyńska Magdalena Banaszek 2007 A BALANCED DIET A balanced diet must contain : carbohydrate s protein fat s vitamins mineral salts fibre It must contain these things in the correct proportions Nutrients

By Ava
(366 views)

Bioelectric Impedance Analysis

Bioelectric Impedance Analysis

Bioelectric Impedance Analysis. The Breakdown Of How It Works And Why You Need It. Dr. June Riedlinger, R.Ph., Pharm.D., ND Certified First Line Therapy Provider. Clinical Relevance of BIA.

By deborah
(1040 views)

Salivary Glands – Part A

Salivary Glands – Part A

Salivary Glands – Part A. Secretes enzyme “amylase” – starts carbohydrate digestion. b. Mucous – lubricates food. Tongue – Part B. Keeps food between teeth. b. Taste buds – 4 tastes. c. Pushes food to back of mouth. Trachea – Part C (not part of digestive system). windpipe.

By rendor
(137 views)

Myers’ PSYCHOLOGY 				(7th Ed)

Myers’ PSYCHOLOGY (7th Ed)

Myers’ PSYCHOLOGY (7th Ed). Chapter 12 Motivation James A. McCubbin, PhD Clemson University Worth Publishers. Motivation. Motivation a need or desire that energizes and directs behavior Instinct complex behavior that is rigidly patterned throughout a species and is unlearned.

By draco
(168 views)

Myers’ PSYCHOLOGY 				(7th Ed)

Myers’ PSYCHOLOGY (7th Ed)

Myers’ PSYCHOLOGY (7th Ed). Chapter 12 Motivation James A. McCubbin, PhD Clemson University Worth Publishers. Motivation. Motivation a need or desire that energizes and directs behavior Instinct complex behavior that is rigidly patterned throughout a species and is unlearned.

By taro
(158 views)

Ventilation: the Mechanics of Breathing

Ventilation: the Mechanics of Breathing

Ventilation: the Mechanics of Breathing. The way mammals ventilate their lungs. Organs of the Respiratory system. Lungs close up…. Bronchial Tree Consisting of the Passageways that Connect the Trachea and Alveoli . Breathing.

By cole
(580 views)

Chapter 8: Motivation and Emotion

Chapter 8: Motivation and Emotion

Chapter 8: Motivation and Emotion. Motivation Concepts and Theories. Motivation—factors within and outside an organism that cause it to behave a certain way at a certain time Drive—an internal condition or impulse that activates behavior to reduce a need and restore homeostasis

By amayeta
(372 views)

Nutrition and Fitness Guide

Nutrition and Fitness Guide

Nutrition and Fitness Guide. Isaac D. Harford AGME 2903. Problem Description. Getting and staying in shape requires making proper nutrition and fitness choices.

By amalie
(143 views)

Disease Informatics: Host factors simplified

Disease Informatics: Host factors simplified

Disease Informatics: Host factors simplified. Rajendra P Deolankar oonnatie@yahoo.com. Laughter is the best medicine. Prerequisite http://www.pitt.edu/~super1/lecture/lec25371/index.htm http://www.pitt.edu/~super1/lecture/lec25381/001.htm. Modern man is genetically same as Paleolithic man

By johana
(179 views)

Metabolism

Metabolism

Metabolism. Feasting. Feasting adds to body stores of carbohydrate and fat Excess carbohydrate  used to fill glycogen stores  excess glucose stored as fat Excess fat  stored as fat Excess protein  remove N and store as fat. Fasting – Glycogen Available.

By JasminFlorian
(203 views)

HEALTHY HABITS FOR LIFE

HEALTHY HABITS FOR LIFE

Week Two. HEALTHY HABITS FOR LIFE. A Common Sense Approach to Healthy Living. Eat Well: A Healthy Approach to Eating. Healthy Weight Healthy Eating Your Lifelong Eating Plan The New on Nutrients. Healthy Weight. Genetic makeup Metabolic rate Body composition Activity level

By sauda
(153 views)

P3/P4

P3/P4

P3/P4 . Energy Expenditure/ Energy Balance. Assessment Criteria. Energy intake and Expenditure.

By chloe
(110 views)

Nutrition and Your Personal Fitness

Nutrition and Your Personal Fitness

Nutrition and Your Personal Fitness. Chapter 4. BMR Lab. Basal Metabolic Rate: the rate at which oxygen is used by body cells, or the calculated equivalent heat production by the body, in a fasting subject at complete rest. Abbreviated BMR . What does this mean?

By owena
(112 views)

Chapter 8: The Endocrine System

Chapter 8: The Endocrine System

Chapter 8: The Endocrine System. Hormones...not just for teenagers. You have seen how aldosterone plays an important part in water regulation Most of your body’s processes are regulated by hormones – they are considered to be chemical messengers

By laban
(125 views)

NUTRITION & METABOLISM

NUTRITION & METABOLISM

NUTRITION & METABOLISM. Just the basics…. What 2 things do we use nutrients for?. 1st Stop: The Liver. Blood that has just picked up nutrients from the small intestine flows first to the liver (via the “hepatic portal vein”). Why? The liver. Fuel ‘er up!. In cells, ______ are burned first

By reilly
(121 views)

Proteins

Proteins

Proteins. Diverse, yet vital molecules which make up over 50% of organic matter in body Structure :. Food Sources of Proteins: Types & Functions of Proteins: Antibodies – Hormones (other than sexual) – Examples: . Types & Functions of Proteins (cont.): Transport Proteins –

By macha
(328 views)

Let’s Workout

Let’s Workout

Let’s Workout. Cing-Yu Chu. Outline. Motivation Basic concepts Training Diet Rest General Myths. Motivation. In the recent years, more and more people have started to go to gyms and stated to workout. Influence by foreign singers and actors/actresses, especially by Korea.

By len
(152 views)

Gastrointestinal 4 (Metabolism)

Gastrointestinal 4 (Metabolism)

Gastrointestinal 4 (Metabolism). NROSCI-BIOSC 1070 Human Physiology November 19 , 2014. Metabolism. Definition: all the chemical reactions in all the cells of the body Quantification: heat production by the body

By beyla
(235 views)

Nutrition

Nutrition

Nutrition. Anatomy & Physiology Mrs. Halkuff. 6 Categories of Nutrients. Carbohydrates Protein Fats Vitamins Minerals Water. Carbohydrates. Sugar & Starches Create ENERGY! Broken down into glucose (sugars) that are used as fuel.

By wei
(139 views)

Energy Metabolism and BMR

Energy Metabolism and BMR

Energy Metabolism and BMR. Energy: Metabolism. ‘Metabolism refers to chemical process that occur in the body that are necessary to maintain life.’ (Magee & Oliver 2010) Metabolism involves two key processes: Catabolism

By davin
(260 views)

View Basal metabolic rate PowerPoint (PPT) presentations online in SlideServe. SlideServe has a very huge collection of Basal metabolic rate PowerPoint presentations. You can view or download Basal metabolic rate presentations for your school assignment or business presentation. Browse for the presentations on every topic that you want.