Test 2 Nutritional sciences
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Based on a reference diet of 2000Calories, what % of the DV for carbs comes from a 1-cup serving of macaroni and cheese that contains 60g of carbs
Overconsumption of a nutrient resulting in dangerous effects is called
c) nutritional excess
d) nutritional toxicity
An example of a prospective dietary assessment would be a:
a)24 hour recall
b) food frequency questionnaire
c) diet history
d) 3 day record
Based on Mypyramid reccomendations, how many cups of fruit should you consume each day?
________ are statenments concerning less well-established health benefits that have been ascribed to a particulat food or food component
a) regular health claims
b) qualified health claims
c) nutrient benefit claims
Mrs. Jones is recovering from gastric bypass surgery, as a result she has become deficient in a number of nutrients... this is called __________
a) primary malnutrition
b) secondary malnutrition
c) post-surgical malnutrition
Which of the following is more nutrient dense?
a) skim milk
b) 1% milk
d) whole milk
When scientific evidence was insufficient to establish an EAR and thus accurately set an RDA, the DRI committee derived an _______ instead.
Estimates of physical aspects of the body such as body composition are catagorized as ______ measurments.
If one serving of cereal provides 67% of an "average" persons DV for vitamin C, how much vitamin C does this cereal contain?
Serving sizes are included on the nutrition facts panel so that nutrient contents of similar foods can be compared
If the results of a nutritional analysis revealed inadequate intake of calcium, vitamin D, and protein, intakes of whicch one of the food groups, by itself, could help correct this situation?
An estimate of your _____, the proportions of lean tissue, bodyfat, mineral(bone mass), and water content can help determine your nutritional status.
a) body weight
c) body composition
An example of a nutrient with an AI instead of an RDA is:
If intake of a nutrient falls below the AI then:
a) more info is needed to determine the adequacy of the diet
b) the diet is inadequate
c) the diet is poor
A food product that claims to be "low fat" must have ___grams or less per serving
Dietary intake goals for a nutrient with an RDA and a UL should be set at the rda but less than the UL
Of the following, which would be considered a symptom?
a)loss of apetite
c) skin rash
d) difficulty breathing
What were the first dietary standards published in 1943 by the National Academy of Sciences called?
a) Reference daily intakes
b) reference dietary intakes
c) Reccomended dietary allowances
d) reccomended daily allowances
A female college student who weighs 110lbs would weigh how many Kg?
Only 50% of healthy individuals will have their physiological needs met at which level of intake?
Which of the following nutrients is not required on the nutrition facts panel?
a) total fat
b) saturated fat
The ____ for a particulat nutrient is the intake level thought to meet the requirment of half the healthy individuals of the same gender who are ina particular stage of life.
Body composition is the proportions of fat, water, lean tissue, and mineral mass that make up your tissues? T/F
Energy requirments for individuals are influenced by:
a) age and gender
b) weight and height
c) level of physical activity
d) a and b
e) all of the above
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