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Commit to Sit (Down for Family Dinner)

Commit to Sit (Down for Family Dinner)

Commit to Sit (Down for Family Dinner). By: Crystal Tubbs RD, LD & Jenna Barnes RD, LD. Presented By: Angela Spencer MS, RD, LD. Objectives!. learn about fat, sodium, and fiber learn how to read food labels learn about cooking tips and techniques see the benefits of cooking at home

By Olivia
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Periodic Table of the Elements

Periodic Table of the Elements

Periodic Table of the Elements. In 1869, the Russian chemist Dmitri Mendeleev first proposed that the chemical elements exhibited a "periodicity of properties." 

By Anita
(890 views)

Savour the Flavour – Without the Sodium! Tips for a Healthy, Low Sodium Diet

Savour the Flavour – Without the Sodium! Tips for a Healthy, Low Sodium Diet

Savour the Flavour – Without the Sodium! Tips for a Healthy, Low Sodium Diet Presented by: Insert name. Presentation Outline. Overview of Canada’s Food Guide Key facts about sodium Tips for eating less sodium: At home At the grocery store When eating out What’s your sodium IQ?.

By Audrey
(786 views)

Vitamins, Minerals & Water

Vitamins, Minerals & Water

Vitamins, Minerals & Water. Certain vitamins and minerals are needed for the body to function. 13 vitamins 22 minerals. Vitamins. Some things about vitamins: They do no t yield energy . They are found in the simplest form They do not require digestion Can assume different forms

By lavi
(492 views)

Neuroscience and Behavior

Neuroscience and Behavior

Neuroscience and Behavior. Most information in this presentation is taken directly from UCCP content, unless otherwise noted. . Diagram of a Neuron Diagram taken from: www.csun.edu/~cmm14283/PSY%20150/handouts/ NeuronDiagram .doc. Definitions.

By yuval
(268 views)

Sodium Reduction: An Emerging Issue for Heart Disease and Stroke Surveillance

Sodium Reduction: An Emerging Issue for Heart Disease and Stroke Surveillance

2010 National Conference on Health Statistics. Sodium Reduction: An Emerging Issue for Heart Disease and Stroke Surveillance. Robert K. Merritt Chief, Epidemiology and Surveillance Branch Division for Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention.

By lois
(101 views)

Salud Te Recomienda : a Public Health Response to Obesity Trends in PR

Salud Te Recomienda : a Public Health Response to Obesity Trends in PR

Commonwealth of Puerto Rico Health Department. Salud Te Recomienda : a Public Health Response to Obesity Trends in PR. Vivian S. Green, LND, MS, PhD. Objectives. A. To show epidemiological data about the public health threat posed by obesity in Puerto Rico.

By etan
(119 views)

JANUARY 2011

JANUARY 2011

PRINCIPLES OF LIGHT FOR ORCHID GROWERS. JANUARY 2011. STAN BETTER. LIGHT PRISM. WHEN THE SUN’S RAYS HIT A PRISM THE VISIBLE LIGHT SPECTRUM IS REVEALED . PRINCIPLES OF LIGHT. LIGHT CAN INFLUENCE ALL ASPECTS OF ORCHID PLANT GROWTH AND FLOWERING.

By marisa
(125 views)

Chemistry Jeopardy

Chemistry Jeopardy

Chemistry Jeopardy. A fun way to review Chemical Bonds, Writing Formulas and Naming Compounds . Jeopardy. Final Jeopardy. The positively charged portion of an ionic bond. What is a cation?. DAILY DOUBLE !. DAILY DOUBLE !.

By spike
(201 views)

Recipe Tutorial

Recipe Tutorial

Recipe Tutorial. Our goal is to demonstrate how to create a basic recipe program with ease. Recipe Tutorial. trackIT: Custom Edition lets you create a design that works for you. Recipe Tutorial.

By africa
(106 views)

Sodium Channels and Nonselective Cation Channels

Sodium Channels and Nonselective Cation Channels

Sodium Channels and Nonselective Cation Channels. An Introduction. Corthell, 2007. Outline. Sodium Channels Types Regulatory mechanisms (a few) Pharmacology (and what it shows us) Structure Paper-”Role of hydrophobic residues…” Nonselective Cation Channels Where they are What they are

By desiderio
(140 views)

AN INTRODUCTION TO THE CHEMISTRY OF ALCOHOLS

AN INTRODUCTION TO THE CHEMISTRY OF ALCOHOLS

AN INTRODUCTION TO THE CHEMISTRY OF ALCOHOLS. KNOCKHARDY PUBLISHING. KNOCKHARDY PUBLISHING. THE CHEMISTRY OF ALCOHOLS. INTRODUCTION

By perdita
(116 views)

Chemistry (January 13-March 10)

Chemistry (January 13-March 10)

Chemistry (January 13-March 10). TEKS: (6.5) Matter and energy. The students knows the differences between elements and compounds know that an element is a pure substance represented by chemical symbols

By liam
(101 views)

Diet and Hypertension

Diet and Hypertension

Diet and Hypertension. Created by: Tricia Fleming, University of Kansas Dietetic Intern Tammy Beason, MS, Nutrition Education Specialist, Family Nutrition Education Program December 2001. What is Blood Pressure?. The force of blood against the wall of the arteries.

By Antony
(318 views)

Balancing and stoichiometry Stoichiometry uses balanced equations to make predictions of products or reactants. It fol

Balancing and stoichiometry Stoichiometry uses balanced equations to make predictions of products or reactants. It fol

Balancing and stoichiometry Stoichiometry uses balanced equations to make predictions of products or reactants. It follows the laws of mass conservation . For example: Let’s look at substance A and B that react to yield substance C and D. A + B → C + D.

By sophie
(136 views)

Families of Elements

Families of Elements

Families of Elements. Three Groups of Elements. Metals Nonmetals Semiconductors or Metalloids. Metals. They are shiny solids that can be stretched and shaped. They are good conductors of heat and electricity. Nonmetals. May be solid, liquids or gases.

By vernon
(71 views)

More Details on Metals and Nonmetals and Periodic Table

More Details on Metals and Nonmetals and Periodic Table

More Details on Metals and Nonmetals and Periodic Table. Part I “s” block, Groups 1 & 2. Active Metals. s block. Alkali Metals. Group 1 elements 1 valence electron (half filled S – sublevel) most reactive metals. are not found uncombined in nature (elemental)

By mohawk
(79 views)

Nutrition in Sports

Nutrition in Sports

Nutrition in Sports. By: Elizabeth Hwang &Hayley Petrie. The Importance of Hydration in Exercise. A healthy adult needs around 2-3 litres of fluid for healthy living, however if you are active you need more Common signs of dehydration are: Thirst Dizziness Chills Nausea Headache

By cargan
(170 views)

Prentice Hall Chemistry (c) 2005

Prentice Hall Chemistry (c) 2005

Prentice Hall Chemistry (c) 2005. Section Assessment Answers Chapter 6. School is Cool!. 10. On a periodic table of the elements, one might find symbols and names of the elements; atomic number and average atomic mass; information about electron configuration; et cetera.

By zihna
(1449 views)

How Else is the Periodic Table Organized?

How Else is the Periodic Table Organized?

How Else is the Periodic Table Organized?. Metals, Non-Metals and Metalloids. Metals. All elements to the left of the bold line Properties: Good conductors of heat and electricity Have shiny, metallic luster Malleable – can be pounded/bent into shapes Ductile – can be drawn into wires.

By keala
(76 views)

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