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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. Calories in equal calories out






2. Less






3. Lean






4. Light






5. Use low-fat cooking methods such as....






6. Anything over ___ percent body fat should set off an alarm.






7. Low saturated fat






8. Water displacement test






9. A serving of ____ should be no bigger than a deck of cards.






10. Free






11. ____ in equals ____ out






12. Low sodium






13. ____ is denser and weighs more than fat.






14. Bioelectrical impedance analysis or BIA






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






16. The Soy Zone






17. Positive energy balance






18. Fresh






19. Underweight






20. Sports anemia






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






22. Tempeh






23. One pound of weight equals approximately ____ calories.






24. Hunger






25. Amenorrhea






26. Energy output






27. Hunger






28. Coffee - tea and cola - has this effect - which increases the amount of urine the kidneys produce






29. Sudden weight loss can be a symptom of ____ and some ____ - but can also mean that a person isn't eating sufficient calories.






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






31. Reduced






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






33. A person with a BMI of 25 to 30 - or 10 to 20 percent over ideal body weight - is considered to be ____.






34. Meat analogs






35. Women should have ___ to ___ percent body fat






36. Seitan






37. ____ just causes the body t crave high fat to replace the lost body fat.






38. Body density






39. Tofu






40. isoflavones






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






42. Negative energy balance






43. A side effect of yo-yo dieting






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






45. To create a weight range - you add or subtract ___.






46. Men should have ___ to ___ percent body fat.






47. Carb-loading






48. Low fat






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






50. Morbid Obesity