Nutrition Chp.5 (7)

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Nutrition Chp.5 (7)
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  1. Why does the FDA advise against consumptiion of certain fish such as swordfish and shark by women of childbearing age?
    A. These fish are a major source of toxic mercury
    B. The omega-3 fatty acids prolong bleeding time during delivery
    C. These fish contain unually high amounts of medium-chain triglycerides
    D. The omega-3 fatty acids may induce premature labor
    A. These fish are a major sources of toxic mercury
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  2. Which of the following is a feature of cholesterol?
    A. Synthesized by the body
    B. No relation to heart disease
    C. Recommended intake is zero
    D. No function in the human body
    A. Synthesized by the body
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  3. Which of the following is a feathure of cholestrol?
    A. Exogenous cholesterol absorption is reduced by lecithin suppliments
    B. Only about 10% of the body's total cholesterol is extracellular.
    C. Good cholesterol is a form of cholesterol found in plant foods.
    D. Bad cholesterol is a form of cholester found in plant foods.
    B. Only about 10% of the body's total cholesterol is extracellular.
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  4. Which of the following characteristics are shared by cholesterol and lecithin?
    A. Both are sterols.
    B. Both are phospholipids
    C. Both are essential nutrients
    D. Both are synthesized in the body
    D. Both are synthesized in the body
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  5. Which of the following cannot be found in plants?
    A. Essential fatty acids
    B. cholesterol
    C. Triglycerides
    D. Nonessential fatty acids
    B. cholesterol
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  6. Among the following, which would be the least effective method to control blood cholesterol levels?
    A. Eat more insoluble fiber
    B. Exercise intsely and frequently
    C. Control body weight
    D. Consume less saturated fat
    A. Eat more insoluble fiber
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  7. A major function of fat in the body is to
    A. regulator blood glucose levels.
    B. build muscle tissue.
    C. protect vital organs.
    D. provide precursors for glucose synthesis.
    C. Protect vital organs
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  8. Which of the following vegetable oils is a good source of omega-3 fatty acids?
    A. Coconut
    B. Sesame
    C. Corn
    D. Canola
    D. Canola
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)

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