Dynamic Fitness

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  1. The average adult needs about 3000 calories a day to meet individual energy needs?
    False
  2. The Food and Nutrition Board recommends that protein intake should be 45–65% of total daily calories?
    False
  3. Saturated fat provides more calories than monounsaturated fat?
    False
  4. Trans fatty acids have been found to increase HDL cholesterol?
    False
  5. White potatoes have a high glycemic index?
    True
  6. Foods from animal sources usually provide ________ proteins.

    complete
    primary
    secondary
    incomplete
    complete
  7. Which of the following is NOT a function of fats?

    insulation
    fuel for body systems
    absorption of fat-soluble vitamins
    form important components of blood
    form important components of blood
  8. Which of the following fats has the most health benefits?

    saturated
    monounsaturated
    hydrogenated
    trans
    monosaturated
  9. Which part of a whole grain typically remains after processing?

    germ
    endosperm
    bran
    fiber
    endosperm
  10. Which vitamin enhances the absorption of iron?

    calcium
    vitamin B-12
    vitamin D
    vitamin C
    vitamin C
  11. A history of weight loss reduces metabolic rate?
    True
  12. On average, Americans spend more than ten times more time watching television each day than they do exercising?
    True
  13. A food with a high energy density has a small number of calories per ounce of weight?
    False
  14. The best predictor of maintaining weight loss after a commercial weight-loss program is regular exercise?
    True
  15. 95% of people affected by anorexia nervosa are women?
    True
  16. Controlling body weight is best accomplished by

    balancing calories consumed with calories expended.
    following the latest commercial weight loss program.
    taking dietary supplements and eating a low calorie diet.
    eating a low carbohydrate diet.
    balancing calories consumed with calories expended.
  17. An example of a snack low in energy density is

    an apple.
    crackers.
    a cookie.
    an ice cream cone.
    an apple.
  18. Which of the following patterns of eating is best for weight management?

    one small meal per day
    three planned meals per day plus planned healthy snacks
    three larger meals per day with no snacks
    one large meal in the evening
    three planned meals per day plus planned healthy snacks
  19. The fiber in diet pills

    satisfies a person's normal daily fiber requirement.
    has been clinically demonstrated to facilitate weight loss.
    provides significant dietary fiber and suppresses appetite.
    acts as a bulking agent in the large intestine and not in the stomach.
    acts as a bulking agent in the large intestine and not in the stomach.
  20. Muscle dysmorphia is characterized by

    distorted body image, in which individuals see themselves as small and out of shape despite being muscular.
    a refusal to eat enough food to maintain a healthy body weight.
    binge eating and low activity.
    avoidance of looking at oneself in the mirror.
    distorted body image, in which individuals see themselves as small and out of shape despite being muscular.
  21. The "tend-and-befriend" response to stressors is more common in women than men?
    True
  22. Stress triggered by pleasant stressors is called distress?
    False
  23. Stress triggered by unpleasant stressors is called eustress?
    False
  24. Volunteering in one's community can promote spiritual wellness?
    True
  25. The relaxation response signals your readiness for action?
    False
  26. Stress is best defined as

    a physical response to an unpleasant event.
    the general physical and emotional state associated with the stress response.
    perception of one's circumstances.
    adaptation to an event, perceived or real.
    the general physical and emotional state associated with the stress response.
  27. Which of the following does NOT increase during the fight-or-flight reaction?

    perspiration
    heart rate
    blood sugar levels
    digestion
    digestion
  28. With sustained stress a new level of homeostasis occurs during the ________ stage of the general adaptation syndrome.

    alarm
    exhaustion
    fight-or-flight
    resistance
    resistance
  29. Which of the following is NOT a recommended strategy for heading off explosive anger?

    having a drink
    reframing your thoughts
    distracting yourself
    having a cooling off period
    having a drink
  30. Which of the following statements about depression and suicide is FALSE?

    Severe depression is linked to suicide.
    A sudden lightening of mood in a depressed person indicates the danger of suicide has passed.
    Treatments for depression are widely available and highly effective.
    Talking about suicide and about contemplated methods of suicide is a warning sign of suicide.
    A sudden lightening of mood in a depressed person indicates the danger of suicide has passed.
  31. The six major risk factors for cardiovascular disease that can be changed are tobacco use, high blood pressure, obesity, unhealthy cholesterol levels, diabetes, and physical inactivity?
    True
  32. LDL cholesterol is the less healthy form of cholesterol?
    True
  33. People with pre-diabetes are at increased risk of experiencing CVD?
    True
  34. Strokes may be caused either by a blood clot or by a ruptured blood vessel?
    True
  35. A diet high in fiber can help reduce the risk for cardiovascular disease by trapping bile acids so that the liver produces less cholesterol?
    True
  36. Which one of the following blood pressure readings would be considered healthy for a young adult?

    110/80
    120/88
    135/92
    144/90
    110/80
  37. The recommended level of triglycerides for adults is

    less than 150 mg/dl.
    150-199 mg/dl.
    200-499 mg/dl or more.
    500 mg/dl or more.
    less than 150 mg/dl.
  38. Which of the following is TRUE about homocysteine?

    It is a type of cholesterol.
    Levels are higher in women than in men.
    It helps repair the linings of arteries.
    It may damage the lining of blood vessels.
    It may damage the lining of blood vessels.
  39. Which of the following is NOT a warning sign of a heart attack?

    chest pain
    shortness of breath
    nausea or vomiting
    sudden confusion
    sudden confusion
  40. The number-one risk factor for heart disease that you can control is

    smoking.
    inactivity.
    elevated cholesterol.
    high blood pressure.
    smoking.

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