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  Food and Nutrition Quiz Click the answer button to see the answer. One of the following does not belong in this food group: a. banana  b. beef c. peach d. nectarine e. prune b  The food group in question #1 is: a. Meat, Poultry, Fish, Beans, Eggs, and Nuts Group  b. Fats, Oils and Sweets Group c. Fruit Group d. Bread, Cereal, Rice and Pasta Group e. Milk, Yogurt, and Cheese Group c  What food doesn't belong to this food group? a. chicken  b. steak c. lamb d. crab e. kiwi e  The food group in question #3 is: a. Bread, Cereal, Rice and Pasta Group  b. Meat, Poultry, Fish, Beans, Eggs, and Nuts Group c. Vegetable Group d. Milk, Yogurt, and Cheese Group e. Fats, Oils and Sweets Group b  What food doesn't belong to this food group? a. apricot  b. squash c. zucchini d. potato e. broccoli a  The food group in question #5 is: a. Meat, Poultry, Fish, Beans, Eggs, and Nuts Group  b. Fruit Group c. Vegetable Group d. Fats, Oils and Sweets Group e. Bread, Cereal, Rice and Pasta Group c  What food doesn't belong to this food group? a. chocolate milk  b. cream cheese c. ice cream d. salad dressing e. yogurt d  The food group in question #7 is: a. Fruit Group  b. Dairy Group c. Vegetable Group d. Meat, Poultry, Fish, Beans, Eggs, and Nuts Group e. Fats, Oils and Sweets Group b  What food doesn't belong to this food group? a. cookies  b. candy c. sald dressing d. cherries e. butter d  The food group in question #9 is: a. Dairy Group  b. Vegetable Group c. Meat, Poultry, Fish, Beans, Eggs, and Nuts Group d. Bread, Cereal, Rice and Pasta Group e. Fats, Oils and Sweets Group e  What food doesn't belong to this food group? a. noodles  b. crackers c. scallion d. macaroni e. cous cous c  The food group in question #11 is: a. Bread, Cereal, Rice and Pasta Group  b. Meat, Poultry, Fish, Beans, Eggs, and Nuts Group c. Vegetable Group d. Fats, Oils and Sweets Group e. Fruit Group a  Which of the following beverages has no fat, sugar, or oils? a. milk  b. root beer c. coffee with cream d. iced tea unsweetened e. lemonade d  Test your Nutritional knowledge Top of Form 1. This food group is our body's best source of energy? A. Meat Group B. fats,oils and sweets C. breads and cereals D. milk and cheese 2. Which of these is NOT considered a nutrient? A. vitamins B. minerals   C. fiber D. fats E. Don't know 3. Which of these is added to the food label because  people sometimes don't eat ENOUGH of this? A. fat B. calcium C. sodium D. cholesterol E. Don't know 4. Which of these is required on the food label? A. total carbohydrate B. sugars C. iron D. all of the above E. Don't know 5. The bread, cereal, rice and pasta group is a good source of _______? A. carbohydrate B. vitamin C C. calcium D. vitamin D E. Don't know 6. Citrus fruits are an excellent source of _______? A. calcium B. vitamin c C. vitamin B D. calories E. Don't know 7. Foods from the meat, poultry, fish dry beans, eggs and nuts group are an important source of ________? A. iron B. fiber C. beta carotene D. calcium E. Don't know 8. Which food contains the most fat? A. graham crackers B. brownies C. pudding D. angel food cake E. Don't know 9. The milk, cheese & yogurt group are important for  ________? A. strong bones B. teeth C. muscles D. all of the above E. Don't know 10. How many servings of vegetables do we need each day? A. 6-11 B. 2-3 C. 3-5 D. 1-2 E. Don't know 1. The rice dish ‘paella’ comes from what country? 2. Deer meat is known by what name?  3. Are humans omnivore, herbivore or carnivore? 4. What food is used as the base of guacamole? 5. The range of vegetables, fruits, meats, nuts, grains, herbs and spices used in cooking are known as what? 6. True or false? India is the world’s largest producer of bananas.  7. What is the sweet substance made by bees? 8. Lures, reels, rods, hooks, baits and nets are common equipment used in what food gathering method? 9. True or false? McDonald’s ha s restaurants in over 100 countries around the world. 10. The ‘Pizza Hut’ franchise began in what country?  11. Foods rich in starch such as pasta and bread are often known by what word starting with the letter C? 12. True or false? Trans fats are good for your health. 13. What is another name for maize? 14. Fruit preserves made from citrus fruits, sugar and water are known as what? 15. True or false? ‘Beefsteak’ is a variety of tomato.  16. Dairy products are generally made from what common liquid? 17. Do coconut trees grow better in cold or warm climates? 18. True or false? Cooking food often transforms its chemical make up. 19. What is the popular food used to carve jack-o-lanterns during Halloween? 20. Chiffon, marble and bundt are types of what? 1. Spain 2. Venison 3. Omnivore 4. Avocado 5. Ingredients 6. True 7. Honey 8. Fishing 9. True 10. USA 11. Carbohydrates 12. False 13. Corn 14. Marmalade 15. True 16. Milk 17. Warm 18. True 19. Pumpkins 20. Cake Are you ready? What food is high in calcium? What food is high in vitamin C? What food is high in potassium? What food should you eat to make sure you have strong bones? What nutrient should you eat to make strong muscles? What food is good for women going through menopause? Hint: it is also good for breast cancer. Here are the answers: The food high in calcium: Dairy foods   (milk, cheese, yogurt)  The food high in vitamin C: Orange Juice  The food high in potassium: Bananas  To make strong bones: Dairy foods  To make strong muscles: Meat (beef, chicken, fish)  The food good for menopause:  Soy  Which body compartment is directly proportional to  basal metabolic rate?  body fat extracellular volume lean body mass (cell mass)  plasma volume total body mass For the average medical student, what is the largest component of energy (caloric) expenditure?  basal energy expenditure (BEE) food intake  physical work specific dynamic action of foods none of the above Question 3 of 30 What two components of energy input and/or output should you attempt to modify in a person who is overweight or obese? Top of Form  basal energy expenditure and food intake food intake and physical work food intake and specific dynamic action  physical work and specific dynamic action  None of these can or should be modified. Bottom of Form Question 4 of 30 A food contains 5 grams of carbohydrate, 10 grams of fat and 5 grams of protein. How many Calories (kcal) does this food provide? Top of Form 20 80 105 130 180 Bottom of Form Question 5 of 30 With regard to protein absorption, all of the following are true EXCEPT: Top of Form   dipeptides and tripeptides are absorbed by carrier mediated transport. amino acids are absorbed by broadly specific active transport systems. hydrolytic enzymes secreted in the gastrointestinal tract help limit the amount of dietary protein absorbed. infants, unlike adults, can absorb small amounts of undigested protein. absorption occurs in the intestine. Bottom of Form Question 6 of 30 Kwashiorkor is characterized by all of the following EXCEPT: Top of Form gross underweight (< 60% of standard) edema depigmentation of hair and/or skin fatty liver hypoalbuminemia Bottom of Form Question 7 of 30 Treatment protocols for protein-energy malnutrition  begin with Top of Form immunization to enhance ability to fight infection. weight bearing exercise. Replenishment of fluids followed by gradual increase in high quality protein and/or calories in the diet. supplementation of the diet with a high  protein/high calorie drink. none of the above. Bottom of Form Question 8 of 30 In a nitrogen balance study the following data were collected for a subject who was in nitrogen equilibrium. What must his daily protein intake have  been? urinary N = 8 g N/day fecal N = 1.5 g/day cutaneous N = 0.5 g/day Top of Form less than 25 g/day 50 g/day 62.5 g/day 140 g/day none of the above Bottom of Form Question 9 of 30 Which of the following are essential amino acids for infants? Top of Form A. histidine and arginine B. leucine, isoleucine and valine C. tryptophan and methionine D. B and C E. A, B and C Bottom of Form Question 10 of 30 Fructose is Top of Form absorbed passively in to the enterocyte against its concentration gradient. absorbed into the enterocyte without help of a  protein transporter. absorbed into the enterocyte coupled to the influx of Na + . absorbed into the enterocyte by protein-facilitated, passive diffusion. less calorically dense than an equal weight of sucrose. Bottom of Form Question 11 of 30 There is competition between Top of Form the digestion of sucrose and lactose. the digestion of maltose and sucrose. the transport of glucose and fructose into the enterocyte. the transport of most neutral amino acids and  basic amino acids into the enterocyte. the transport of glucose and galactose into the enterocyte. Bottom of Form Question 12 of 30 Dietary fiber
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