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Healthy Eating Habits

Subject : health-sciences
Instructions:
  • Answer 50 questions in 15 minutes.
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  • Match each statement with the correct term.
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This is a study tool. The 3 wrong answers for each question are randomly chosen from answers to other questions. So, you might find at times the answers obvious, but you will see it re-enforces your understanding as you take the test each time.
1. Low saturated fat






2. About ____% of all of the calories you eat go toward the amount of heat yu burn by pocessing food.






3. Reduced






4. ____ hold water






5. Satiety






6. Hunger






7. 'Thermic effect of food'






8. Women require more fatty tissue because of the physiological requirements of...






9. Energy balance






10. Negative energy balance






11. Body density






12. Morbid Obesity






13. Soy nuts






14. Entree plates should be equally divided into ____ - with ____ for vegetables - ____ for carbohydrates - and _____ for the entree.






15. Too much stored ____ can lead to obesity an obesity- related diseases






16. Free






17. Eating elevated amounts of ____ for extended periods has been linked to kidney and liver disease and might cause certain vitamin deficiencies.






18. The vitamins - minerals - and boanicals in slightly cooked tomatoes and carrot are used more efficiently by humans than those in...






19. Signs of dehydration






20. Exercise at least ___ at least most days.






21. Endurance -training athletes should consume approx ___ grams of carbs per kilograms of body weight.






22. Most training athletes require ___ to ___ grams of protein per kilogram of body weight.






23. Energy output






24. Amenorrhea






25. Eat at least ___ calories per day.






26. Water displacement test






27. An ___ is the weight at which you feel your best considering your height - bone structure - an muscle development at age 25.






28. The excessive amounts of ____ and ____ in the Atkins and Zone diets can lead t cogged arteries that can - in turn - lead to heart attacks and strokes.






29. About ____% of all of the calories you eat go toward basic physiological functions.






30. Good Source






31. Lean muscle uses more energy than ___.






32. ___ in ___ Americans are overweight.






33. Protein is required for the maintenance and repair of muscles - but it doesn't '___' muscles.






34. isoflavones






35. Tofu






36. It is dangerous to loose more than ___ or ___ per week.






37. Carb-loading






38. Extra lean






39. Underweight






40. Being overweight can bring on...






41. Fruit that contain at least 8 important vitamins






42. To measure a person's BMI - you need






43. Glycogen






44. A hard training athlete can lose up to ___ to ___ cups of fluid per hour.






45. Healthy side dish






46. Strength- -training athletes should consume approx ___ grams of carbs per kilograms of body weight.






47. The major source of energy should come from carbohydrates - with fat being a...






48. ___ stay with you - keep you feeling full for long periods of time






49. On average - moderately active adult male should consume about ____ calories and ___ grams of fat.






50. ____ diets are more effective than ____ diets.