|THE MACRONUTRIENTS-I: CARBOHYDRATES AND WATER |DECE2 UNIT 4|DECE2 BOOK|IGNOU|

|THE MACRONUTRIENTS-I: CARBOHYDRATES AND WATER |

Post Views: 557 You know that nutrients are essential constituents of food that must be supplied to the body in suitable amounts. There are around 40 essential nutrients that (based on their chemical structure and properties) are placed in five categories. There are carbohydrates, fats, proteins, vitamins, and minerals. Water has the unique status of food as well as that of a macronutrient. |THE MACRONUTRIENTS-I: CARBOHYDRATES AND WATER | |DECE2 UNIT 4 Important Question||Exercise 1 Solution| What do we mean by the protein-sparing action of carbohydrates?Ans- Both proteins and carbohydrates…

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| INDICATORS OF HEALTH | DECE2 UNIT 3 | IGNOU | DECE |

| INDICATORS OF HEALTH | DECE2 UNIT 3 | IGNOU | DECE |

Post Views: 496 INDICATORS OF HEALTH LIVE CLASS VIDEO TOPIC STRUCTURE INDICATORS OF HEALTH StructureIndicators of Health3.2.1 Characteristics of an Indicator3.2.2 Mortality Indicators3.2.3 Morbidity Indicators3.2.4 Disability Rates3.2.5 Nutritional Status Indicators3.2.6 Health Care Delivery Indicators3.2.7 Utilization Rates3.2.8 Indicators of Social and Mental Health .3.2.9 Environmental Indicators3.2.10 Indicators of Quality of Life3.2.1 1 Health Policy Indicators3.2.12 Socioeconomic Indicators3.3 Health Situation in India3.3.1 Demographic Profile3.3.2 . Mortality Profile3.3.3 Morbidity Profile3.3.4 Health Care Facilities and Personnel3.4 National Health Policy3.5. Health Care Services-Basic Concepts3.5.1 Levels of Health Care3.5.2 Health Team Concept3.5.3 Health for All3.5.4 Primary…

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| THE CONCEPT OF HEALTH | DECE2 UNIT 2 | IGNOU | DECE |

| THE CONCEPT OF HEALTH | DECE2 UNIT 2 | IGNOU | DECE |

Post Views: 394 THE CONCEPT OF HEALTH LIVE CLASS VIDEO TOPIC STRUCTURE THE CONCEPT OF HEALTH Structure2.1 Introduction2.2 Health-A Changing Concept2.3 Definition of Health2.4 Dimensions of Health2.4.1 Physical Dimension2.4.2 Mental Dimension2.4.3 Social Dimension2.4.4 Spiritual Dimension2.4.5 Vocational Dimension2.5 Health-A Relative Concept2.6 Determinants of Health2.6.1 Heredity2.6.2 Environment2.7 Importance of Good Health for the Development of the Child Check Your Progress Exercise 1 Q2. Define “Health”.(5 MARK)The above concepts of health are embodied in the World Health Organization’s (WHO) (1948) definition of health, which is as follows:“Health is a state of complete physical,…

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DECE 2 (Important Questions)(ENG)-IGNOU-ORSP

DECE 2 (Important Questions)(ENG)-IGNOU-ORSP

Post Views: 16,184 DECE 2 (Important Questions)-IGNOU-ORSP Download PDF(ENG) Download PDF(HIN) DECE 2 (Important Questions)-IGNOU-ORSP Q1. Define the terms “food”, “nutrient” and “nutrition” (5 MARK) FOOD: Food, substance consisting essentially of protein, carbohydrate, fat, and other nutrients used in the body of an organism to sustain growth and vital processes and to furnish energy. The absorption and utilization of food by the body is fundamental to nutrition and is facilitated by digestion. Plants, which convert solar energy to food by photosynthesis, are the primary food source. Animals that feed on…

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| DECE2 Unit 1 | Important Question| IGNOU | ORSP |

| DECE2 Unit 1 | Important Question| IGNOU | ORSP |

Post Views: 1,007 THE CONCEPT OF NUTRITION LIVE CLASS VIDEO TOPIC STRUCTURE UNIT 1 THE CONCEPT OF NUTRITION Structure  Food and its Functions Meaning of Nutrition Nutrients: Action, Interaction, and Balance Handling of Food and Nutrients by the Body Socio-Cultural, Psychological, and Economic Aspects of Nutrition The interrelationship between Nutrition and Health Nutritional Status Interaction between Malnutrition and Infection Effect of Malnutrition on Infection Effect of Infection on Nutritional Status Exercise 1 Check Your Progress Exercise 1 1) List the three functions of food.  physiological, social, psychological 2) Fill in…

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