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Fascia: fibrous membrane that covers, supports and separates muscles.


Fasting: starvation; abstinence from eating that may be partial or complete.


Fast-twitch fibers: muscle fibers characterized by high contractile speed


Fat-free mass: the remaining mass of the human body following the extraction of all fat.


Fat substitutes: various substances used as substitutes for fats in food products; two popular brands are Simplesse and Olestra.


Fat loading: a term to describe practices used to maximize the use of fats as an energy source during exercise, particularly a low-carbohydrate, high-fat diet.


Fat patterning: the deposition of fat in specific areas of the human body such as the stomach, thighs or hips. Genetics plays an important role in fat patterning.


Fats: triglycerides; a combination of three fatty acids and glycerol.


Fatty acids: any one of a number of aliphatic acids containing only carbon, oxygen and hydrogen; they may be saturated or unsaturated.


Female athlete triad: the triad of disordered eating, amenorrhea and osteoporosis sometimes seen in female athletes involved in sports where excess body weight may be detrimental to performance.


Fiber: in general, the indigestible carbohydrate in plants that forms the structural network


Folic acid: a water-soluble vitamin that appears to be essential in preventing certain types of anemia.


Food and Drug Administration (FDA): federal agency tasked with the responsibility to monitor safety of foods and drugs sold in the United States.


Food Guide Pyramid: a good group approach to healthful nutrition, containing five food groups: breads, cereal, rice and pasta; fruits; vegetables; meat, poultry, fish, dry beans, eggs and nuts; milk, yogurt, and cheese; (unofficially, there’s also fats, oils and sweets).


Food hypersensitivity: some people may develop clinical symptoms such as migraine headaches, gastrointestinal distress or hives and itching when certain foods are eaten.


Free radicals: an atom or compound in which there is an unpaired electron. Thought to cause cellular damage.


Fructose: a monosaccharide known as fruit sugar, found in all sweet fruits.


Fruitarian: a type of vegetarian who subsides solely on fruits, fruit products and nuts.
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