Nutrition revision for exsam

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  1. Medium Glycaemic Index food include:
    A. Yams,sweet corn
    B.Pineapple,parsnips
    C.lentils,barley
    D.Avocado,dried dates
    A. Yams,sweetcorn
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  2. A surplus of low density lip protein cholesterol can result in:
    A.Atherosclerosis 
    B. It is ex created by the liver
    C.Arterosclerosis
    D.Asthma
    A.Atherosclerosis
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  3. A high protein diet could cause:
    A.Bone demineralization
    B. Low blood pressure
    C. Lack of formation of thrombocytes in the blood
    D.Enlarged liver
    A.Bone demineralization
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  4. Deficiency of omega-6 fatty acids could cause
    A. Poor coordination
    B. Fluid retention
    C. Inflammatory health problems
    D. Height blood pressure 
    C. Inflammatory health problems
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  5. Which of the following are Not a complex carbohydrate?
    A. Honey
    B.Brown rice
    C.Nuts
    D. Seeds
    A. Honey
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  6. The function of phosphorous include to:
    A. Maintain healthy bones
    B. Regulate protein activity
    C. Control glucose levels in the blood
    D. Regulate nerves and blood pressure
    A. Maintain healthy bones
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  7. A deficiency of Vitamin K results in:
    A.Slow wound healing
    B. Hemorrhage
    C. Anaemia
    D. Lack of energy
    B.Haemorrhage
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  8. Vitamin B 12 is needed to:
    A. Metabolise protein
    B. Help in the formation of blood cells and nerves
    C. Help to ensure that the brain and nerves have an adequate supply of glucose
    D. Maintain healthy skin and mucus membrane
    C. Help to ensure they the brain and nerves have an adequate supply of glucose
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  9. Deficiency of Vitamin A can cause:
    A. Sore tongue,cracked lips
    B. Water retention,irritably
    C. Insomnia,poor memory
    D. Mouth ulcers,frequent colds
    • D. Mouth ulcers ,frequent colds
    • A. Sore tongue ,cracked lips
  10. Apart from the sun ,a good source of vitamin D can be found in:
    A. Carrots,sweet potatoes
    B. Herrings,cod liver oil
    C. Rosehip syrup,guava
    D. Lamb's liver ,butter
    B. Herrings,cod liver oil
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  11. Lead affect intelligence and behavior by interfering with
    A. Potassium and sodium
    B. Iron and magnesium
    C. Selenium and copper
    D. Zinc and calcium
    D. Sink and calcium
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  12. Excess sodium intake can result in:
    A. Thirst
    B. Slow wound  healing
    C. Lack of energy
    D. Muscle weakness
    A. Thirst
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  13. Which minerals are essential for growing teenagers to consume
    A.Sulphur and selenium
    B. Phosphorus
    C. Magnesium and zinc
    D. Iron and calcium
    D. Iron  and calcium
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  14. Which nutrient does red wine contain
    A. Omega-6 fatty acid
    B. Vitamin D
    C. Calcium
    D. Iron
    D. Iron
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  15. Signs of deficiency of zinc include:
    A. Anaemia, nausea
    B. Hunger,excessive thirst
    D. Infertility,poor hair growth
    D. Nerve disorder,hair loss
    C. Infertility, poor hair growth
  16. Folic acid is given to pregnant women to:
    A. Aid in the development of the brain and nerves of the foetus
    B. Aid in the development of the digestive system of the foetus
    C. Aid in the development of the respiratory system of the foetus
    D. Aid in muscle development of the foetus
    A. Aid in muscle  development of the foetus
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  17. The effects of candida include:
    A. Dizziness, hunger
    B. Irritable bowel syndrome,constant fatigue
    C. Inflammation of the skin,dry and flakey skin
    D. Night blindness, blood-shot eyes
    B. Irritable bowel syndrome, constant fatigue
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  18. Pernicious anaemia is caused by the lack of which vitamin?
    A. B 12
    B. B1
    C. B2
    D. B6
    A. B 12
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  19. The symptoms of hypoglycemia include:
    A. Dizziness,hunger
    B. Impulsiveness
    C. Disturbed behaviour, overactivity
    D. Increased thirst,frequent urination
    A. Dizziness,hunger
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  20. The food to avoid  when suffering from irritable bowel syndrome include:
    A. Red meat,sweet potatoes
    B. Excessive intake of wheat-bran, under-ripe fruit
    C. Eggs,poultry
    B. Excessive intake of wheat-bran,under-ripe fruit
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  21. The action of lipase is to
    A. Change fats to fatty acids and glycerol
    B. Emulsify fat
    C. Change starch into polysaccharides
    D. Change disaccharides to monosaccharides
    A. Change fats to fatty acids and glycerols
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  22. The digested food absorbed by the lacteals are
    A. Glycerol
    B.  Amino acids
    C. Polisacharides
    D. Sugars
    A. Glycerol
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  23. The function of the gall bladder include to:
    A.Act as a reservoir for bile
    B. Regulate blood sugar level
    C. Produced vitamin D
    D. Complete chemical digestion of food
    A. Act as a reservoir for bile
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  24. Emulsifier fat turns fat into
    A. A fatty acid
    B. Liquid which is then bile
    C. Glycerol
    D. Liquid  which is  then blood
    B. Liquid which is then bile
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  25. Proteins are digested in the:
    A. Diodenum
    B. Small intestine
    C. Mouth
    D. Stomach
    A. Duodenum
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  26. What could a deficiency in calcium result in?
    A. Atherosclerosis
    B. Osteoporosis
    C. Osteoarthritis
    D. Obesity
    B. Osteoporosis
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  27. Eczema sufferers often discover that the inflammation is reduced by following a diet:
    A. Height in carbohydrates and low in sugars
    B.Low in saturated fats and high in essential fatty acids
    C. Low in carbohydrates and height in protein
    D. Not eating proteins and carbohydrates at the same meal
    B. Low in saturated fats and high in essential fatty acids
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  28. What nutritional advice would you recommended a pregnant client who is suffering from morning sickness
    A. Eat several small high carbohydrate snacks
    B. Eat several small high protein snacks
    C. Eat several small low protein snacks
    D. Eat several small low carbohydrate snacks
    A. Eat several small height carbohydrate snacks
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  29. What are the symptoms of hypoglycemia
    A. Impulsiveness, aggressiveness
    B. Increased thirst,frequent urination
    C. Dizziness,hunger
    D. Disturbed behavior, over reactivity
    C.Dizziness,hunger
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  30. Which of the following could be an effect of candida?
    A. Irritable bowel syndrome, constant fatigue
    B. Inflammation of the skin,dry and flakey skin
    C. Night blindness,blood-shot eyes
    D. Dizziness, hunger
    A. Irritable bowel syndrome,constant  fatigue
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  31. Which of the following is Not a function of the large intestine
    A. Absorbtion of mucus
    B. Absorbtion of nutrients
    C. Storage of faeces
    D.Absorption of water
    A. Absorbtion of mucus
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  32. Where are proteins initially digested?
    A. In the stomach
    B. In the duodenum
    C. In the mouth
    D.In the small intestine
    A. In the stomach
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  33. Whichof the following is a function of they all bladder
    A. To complete chemical digestion of food
    B. Production of vitamin D
    C. Regulation of blood sugar level
    D. To act a reservoir for bile
    D. To act as a reservoir for bile
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  34. Where would you find the enzyme maltase
    A. In the salivary glands
    B. In the stomach
    C. In the pancreas
    D. In the small intestine
    D. In the small intestine
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  35. What is the action  of lipase
    A. To change dissaccharides to monosaccharides
    B. To emulsify fat
    C. To change fats to fatty acids and glycerol
    D.To change starch into polysaccharides
    C. To change fats to fatty acids and glycerols
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  36. Monosaccarides are  a carbohydrate formed from
    A. Two sugars
    B.Three sugars
    C. One sugar
    D.For sugars
    C.one sugar
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  37. What can an excess of protein intake lead to
    A. Vitamin A deficiency
    B. What can an excess of protein intake to
    C. More calcium being excreted
    C. Constipation
    C. More calcium being excreted
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