HNF Exam 3

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  1. Characteristics of people with anorexia nervosa:
    A) They tend to be perfectionists
    B) B and C
    C) They often come from middle or upper-class families
    D) A and B
    E) They are unfamiliar with the calorie content of foods
    D) A and B
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  2. What is the approximate basal metabolism of a 175 pound (80 kg) man?
    A) 1900 kcal/day
    B) 1200 kcal/day
    C) 2200 kcal/da
    D) 900 kcal/day
    A) 1900 kcal/day
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  3. Bulimia nervosa is characterized by all of the following EXCEPT:
    A) refusal to eat
    B) secretive bingeing
    C) purging
    D) misuse of laxatives
    A) refusal to eat
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  4. Which protein produced in fat tissue regulates body weight by signaling the brain about changes in body fat stores?
    A) thyroid hormone
    B) ghrelin
    C) leptin
    D) cholecystokinin
    C) leptin
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  5. Which eating disorder starts with dieting and proce4eds to near-total refusal to eat?
    A) anorexia nervosa
    B) binge eating
    C) bulimia nervosa
    D) none of the above
    A) anorexia nervosa
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  6. One pound of body fat is equivalent to ____ calories
    A) 4000
    B) 3000
    C) 3500
    D) 2500
    C) 3500
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  7. The psychological desire to eat is referred to as:
    A) obesity
    B) hunger
    C) satiety
    D) appetite
    D) appetite
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  8. About ___ percent of a meal's energy value is used towards digestion, absorption and metabolism of the food's nutrients.
    A) 1-5
    B) 10-15
    C) 5-10
    D) 15-20
    C) 5-10
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  9. Anaerobic glucose breakdown produces a compound called _____ that accumulates in the tissues and blood.
    A) amino acid
    B) uric acid
    C) lactic acid
    D) urea
    C) lactic acid
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  10. In the early minutes of an activity, _______ provides the majority of energy the muscles use to go into action
    A) fat
    B) protein
    C) liver glycogen stores
    D) muscle glycogen stores
    D) muscle glycogen stores
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  11. The predominant fuels for a 50-meter sprint are
    A) fat and protein
    B) ATP and phosphocreatine
    C) protein and phosphocreatine
    D) carbohydrate and protein









    B) ATP and phosphocreatine
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  12. The first fluid secreted by the mother's breast after giving birth is called
    A) mature milk.
    B) lactalbumin.
    C) prolactin.
    D) colostrum.
    D) colostrum.
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  13. An obese woman is trying to get pregnant with her first baby. What recommendation would you give her?
    A) Do not gain any weight during your pregnancy
    B) Try to lose weight during your pregnancy
    C) Avoid getting pregnant if at all possible
    D) Try to achieve a healthy pre-pregnancy weight first.
    D) Try to achieve a healthy pre-pregnancy weight first.
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  14. The effect of maternal nutritional deprivation (severe calorie restriction) during lactation is to
    A) reduce the quantity of the milk
    B) make breastfeeding impossible
    C) reduce the quality of the milk
    A) reduce the quantity of the milk
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  15. Compared with non-pregnant women, during the third trimester pregnant women need to increase calorie intake by about
    A) 200 kcal
    B) 250 kcal
    C) 400 kcal
    D) 800 kcal
  16. Which is NOT true about the fat in human milk?
    A) The type of fatty acids in human milk depends on the mother's diet.
    B) The fats in human milk are provided by the mother's diet and are synthesized in the breast.
    C) Human milk is low in cholesterol and linoleic acid.
    D) Human milk contains omega-3 fatty acids to support brain and eye development.
  17. Cindi consumed 1500 calories per day before she became pregnant. Approximately how many calories per day should she consume while breastfeeding?
    A) 1825
    B) 1950
    C) 2125
  18. Which of the following hormones promotes milk production?
    A) oxytocin
    B) prolactin
    C) estrogen
    D) placental hormone
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