Nutrition_CH8_Body

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  1. Hydrodensitometry is one way to estimate:

    A. actual body adiposity
    B. risk factors associated with obesity
    C. body fat distribution
    D. appropriate weight for height
    A.
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  2. BMI has replaced the % IBW because, unlike % IBW, BMI is always a valid indicator of body fatness.

    A. Other
    B. Another
    C. False
    D. True
    C.
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  3. Which of the following represents a BMI range considered to be morbidly obese for adult men and women?

    A. 40-45
    B. 30-35
    C. 20-25
    D. 15-19
    A.
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  4. In the reference man and woman, respectively, what percentage of body weight is muscle?

    A. 12, 15
    B. 45, 36
    C. 15, 27
    D. 27, 15
    B.
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  5. Recent evidence strongly suggests that bone density and lean body mass are significantly affected by heredity.

    A. Maybe
    B. False
    C. Other
    D. True
    D.
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  6. The PEA POD is used when conducting _____ in small children.

    A. absorptiometry
    B. bioelectrical impedance analysis
    C. air-displacement plethysmography
    D. total body electrical conductivity
    C.
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  7. Lean body mass is the body component most significantly affected by _____.

    A. cortisone production
    B. weight loss
    C. sex difference
    D. visceral fat increase
    C.
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  8. The term lean body weight includes an allowance for the presence of _____.

    A. peripheral fat
    B. subcutaneous fat
    C. visceral fat
    D. essential fat
    D.
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  9. Waist-to-hip ratios that indicate increased health risk for men and women, respectively, are _____.

    A. > 10, > 15
    B. > 0.5, >0.5
    C. >40, > 35
    D. > 0.95, > 0.8
    D.
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  10. Which method used to determine body composition is based on the principle that lean body tissue is denser than adipose tissue?

    A. hydrostatic or underwater weighing
    B. bioelectrical impedence analysis
    C. dual energy X-ray absorptiometry
    D. infra-red interactance
    A.
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  11. Which of the following techniques for measuring body composition is best for determining regional body composition?

    A. magnetic resonance imaging
    B. bioelectrical impedance
    C. hydrodensitometry
    D. total body water
    A.
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  12. Which of the following techniques for measuring body composition makes use of small exposures to radiation?

    A. MRI
    B. BIA
    C. CAT
    D. TOBEC
    C.
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  13. Which method used to determine body composition is based on the principle that electrical conductivity is greater in lean tissue than in adipose?

    A. hydrostatic or underwater weighing
    B. bioelectrical impedence analysis
    C. dual energy X-ray absorptiometry
    D. infra-red interactance
    B.
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  14. The rate of energy expenditure that sustains basic life processes in all cells in the awake state is a definition of _____.

    A. BMI
    B. BMR
    C. RMR
    D. TOBEC
    B.
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  15. The increase in energy expenditure associated with the body's processing of food is called _____.

    A. the thermic effect of food
    B. the basal energy expenditure
    C. adaptive thermogenesis
    D. the resting energy expenditure
    A.
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  16. The macronutrient(s) that contribute the lowest thermic effect of food are _____.

    A. proteins
    B. fats
    C. mixed diet with at least 50% carbohydrate
    D. carbohydrates
    B.
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  17. Generation of heat is called:

    A. thermoregulation
    B. thermogenesis
    C. metabolic rate
    D. energy expenditure
    B.
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  18. An alteration in metabolism to maintain body core temperature is called:

    A. thermogenesis
    B. metabolic rate
    C. thermoregulation
    D. energy expenditure
    C.
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  19. When oxidized, which of the following provides the highest respiratory quotient?

    A. carbohydrate
    B. protein
    C. fat
    D. mixed diet
    A.
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  20. What is the RQ for a high-alcohol or low-carbohydrate diet?

    A. < 0.1
    B. < 0.85
    C. < 0.7
    D. < 0.8
    C.
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  21. In a clinical setting, which RQ suggests that the patient is starving?

    A. < 0.90
    B. > 1.00
    C. < 0.70
    D. < 0.80
    C.
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  22. Which method of estimating energy expenditure requires the measurement of a urine sample?

    A. Direct caorimetry
    B. Indirect calorimetry
    C. Double labeled water method
    D. Mifflin-St. Jeor equation
    C.
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  23. The Harris-Benedict prediction equation requires knowledge of all of the following EXCEPT _____.

    A. weight
    B. height
    C. body surface area
    D. age
    C.
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  24. The Harris-Benedict equation and the Mifflin-St. Jeor equation were based on:

    A. body surface area.
    B. data from indirect calorimetry
    C. data from total daily energy expenditure measured by the doubly labeled water method
    D. body weight raised to the power of three-fourths
    B.
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  25. Mr. Q, age 40, is 6' tall, weighs 180 pounds and leads an active life. The Harris-Benedict equation for men is 66.5 + (13.7 x W) + (5.0 x H) - (6.8 x A). Using the Harris-Benedict equation, calculate Mr. Q's BMR.

    A. BMR = 2031 kcal/day
    B. BMR = 1830 kcal/day
    C. BMR = 1468 kcal/day
    D. BMR = 2254 kcal/day
    B.
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  26. A 21-year-old female college student weighs 120 lb. and is 5'4" tall and has a medium frame. She is consuming approximately 2700 kcal daily. What are her total energy needs? The Harris-Benedict equation for women is 655.1 + (9.56 x W) + (1.85 x H) - (4.7 x A). Use 1.5 for the physical activity factor.

    A. 2067
    B. 1379
    C. 2309
    D. 2206
    A.
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  27. A 21-year-old female college student weighs 120 lb. and is 5'4" tall and has a medium frame. She is consuming approximately 2700 kcal daily. The Harris-Benedict equation for women is 655.1 + (9.56 x W) + (1.85 x H) - (4.7 x A). Use 1.5 for the physical activity factor. Her present diet of 2700 kcal:

    A. is meeting her kcal needs
    B. would cause about 1.0 lb per week weight loss
    C. would cause weight gain of about 1.0 lb per week
    D. needs to be increased by 300 kcal
    C.
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  28. A 21-year-old female college student weighs 120 lb, and is 5'4" tall and has a medium frame. What is this woman's IBW (in pounds) calculated using the modified Devine formula?

    A. 140
    B. 135
    C. 127
    D. 120
    D.
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  29. An individual with anorexia nervosa:

    A. characteristically experiences tooth enamel erosion
    B. is overly concerned with losing weight and being very thin.
    C. seeks to eat without gaining weight
    D. is usually diagnosed with the female athlete triad
    B.
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  30. Statistically, what percentage of individuals with anorexia nervosa are likely to die from malnutition, suicide or medica complications?

    A. about 15%
    B. about 5%
    C. about 50%
    D. about 30%
    A.
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Nutrition_CH8_Body
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Human Nutrition CH 8 - Body Composition, Energy Expenditure, and Energy Balance
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