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American Military University SPHE 295 Quiz-1 Question1) Undernutrition can lead to A

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American Military University

SPHE 295 Quiz-1

Question1) Undernutrition can lead to

A.depleted nutrient stores.

B.            slow down in metabolic processes.

C.            few symptoms in the early stages.

D.            All of these responses are .

 

Question 2

Major chronic diseases, such as heart disease, certain cancers, and cirrhosis of the liver may be related to

A.            eating a healthy diet.

B.            eating a poor diet.

C.            exercising regularly.

D.            taking nutritional supplements.

 

Question 3

Which is a trace mineral?

A.            sodium

B.            calcium

C.            iron

D.            potassium

 

Question 4

The leading cause of death in the United States is

 

A.            heart disease.

B.            homicide.

C.            suicide.

D.            cancer.

 

Question 5

Which claims are NOT closely regulated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA)?

A.            Health claims

B.            Structure/function claims

C.            Nutrient content claims

D.            All of the above

 

Question 6

An inert substance with no biological activity or a fake medicine that is used in controlled experiments is called a

A.            placebo.

B.            blind substance.

C.            double-blind substance.

D.            controlled substance.

 

Question 7

Foods that provide a greater contribution to nutrient needs than calorie needs are said to be

A.            empty calorie.

B.            energy dense.

C.            calorie dense.

D.            nutrient dense.

 

 

 

Question 8

A vital component of the body, acting as a solvent, lubricant, temperature regulator, and transport medium for waste material, is

A.            fat.

B.            carbohydrate.

C.            protein.

D.            water.

 

Question 9

If a can of soup provides 4 servings and has 100 kcal per serving, how many kcal are in the entire can?

A. 100

B. 200

C. 400

D. 800

 

 

Question 10 Food insecurity is

A.            the inability to meet food needs all of the time.

B.            more common in developing countries than in developed countries.

C.            associated with impaired physical and mental health in children in the U.S.

D.            all of these choices are accurate.

 

Question 11

Which of the following foods is least likely to cause a foodborne illness?

 

 

A.            Eggs, poultry, unpasteurized milk

B.            Raw sprouts and produce

C.            Bread, pasteurized milk, butter

D.            Deli meats, shellfish, and other seafood

 

Question 12 Glucose is classified as a

A.            simple sugar.

B.            dietary starch.

C.            polysaccharide.

D.            dietary fiber.

 

Question 13

Tolerable Upper Intake Levels (ULs) are

A.            the maximum daily intake level not likely to cause harmful effects.

B.            based on intakes from only supplements and highly fortified foods.

C.            nutrient intake goals.

D.            set for all nutrients.

 

 

Question 14

Which nutrients are inorganic substances?

A.            vitamin A

B.            zinc

C.            protein

D.            thiamin

 

 

 

Question 15

Macronutrients are needed in   quantities in the diet.

A.            gram

B.            milligram

C.            microgram

 

Question 16

Lipids can be described as

A.            sugars, starches, and fibers.

B.            compounds needed in minute amounts.

C.            mostly fats and oils.

D.            made of building blocks called amino acids.

 

Question 17

An Adequate Intake (AI) is set for a nutrient when

A.            too little research is available to establish an RDA.

B.            the needs during pregnancy decline instead of increase.

C.            the need for a nutrient depends on total calories eaten.

D.            the nutrient has a high potential for being toxic.

 

Question 18

Which nutrients are organic compounds?

A.            water and carbohydrates

B.            carbohydrates and protein

 

C.            fats and minerals

D.            water and minerals

 

Question 19

Foods commonly contaminated with Staphylococcus aureus include

A.            ham and poultry.

B.            cream-filled pastries.

C.            egg and chicken salads.

D.            All of these choices are accurate.

 

Question 20

Which of the following food production methods is not allowed with organic foods?

A.            Use of synthetic fertilizers.

B.            Use of hormones for animals.

C.            Use of genetic engineering.

D.            All of these choices are accurate.

 

Question 21

Daily Reference Values are set for

A.            fat and cholesterol.

B.            sodium and potassium.

C.            carbohydrate and protein.

D.            All of these responses are .

 

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Question 22

Supplement manufacturers must prove the supplement is safe before they can sell it in the U.S.

A.            True

B.            False

 

 

 

Question 23

An animal model is a disease in laboratory animals that closely mimics a human disease.

A.            True

B.            False

 

 

 

Question 24

Zoochemicals are physiologically active compounds found in plants.

A.            True

B.            False

 

 

 

Question 25

In the U.S., dietary supplements are rigorously regulated by the Food and Drug Administration.

A.            True

B.            False

 

 

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