Flashcards in Protein - Final - Kailey Deck (36)
what is the RDA for protein in Sedentary individuals
what is the RDA for protein for active individuals
what is the RDA for protein for resistance training individuals
what is the RDA for protein for endurance training individuals
when should a person consume their RDA for protein if they are resistance training
less than 30 min after exercise
when should a person consume their RDA for protein if they are endurance training
within 30 minutes after exercise and every 4 hours after for 12 hours after
what is the AMDR for Protein
what type of vegetarian allows the consumption of milk?
what type of vegetarian allows the consumption of eggs
what type of vegetarian allows the consumption of dairy and eggs
what type of vegetarian allows the consumption of fish?
what type of vegetarian allows the consumption of poultry
What type of vegetarian allows for NO animal consumption
what do vegetarians lack in their diet?
Vit D, B12, Iron, Zinc and Riboflavin
what are the essential amino acids
PVT MT HILL
What amino acids are Conditionally essential (if you are low in the essentials you have to worry if you are getting enough of these)
What types of food are examples of complete proteins? (have all the essentials)
Meat and Fish, Dairy, Soy, and Quinoa
what types are foods are examples of Incomplete proteins?
Corn, Rice, legumes and Wheat
What is corn missing?
Tryptophan and Lysine
What is Rice Missing?
What is Wheat Missing?
What are Legumes Missing?
what are the functions of protein?
Buffering in Cells
Synthesis of Immunoglobulins
What is the recommendation for fluid balance?
What does a protein deficiency result in?
Kwashiorkor (distended abdomen)
What does a Protein-Energy Deficiency result in
Marasmus (skin and Bone)
What can you expect to be elevated if there is a food allergy
How can you diagnose a food allergy?
Elimination Diet, Oral Challenge or test to see if IgE in serum is elevated
What should you not introduce until after 12 months