Nutrition Micronutrient Jeopardy

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hchristensen
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Nutrition Micronutrient Jeopardy
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2015-03-10 22:49:37
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Nutrition
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Questions from the Nutrition Micronutrient Jeopardy for the midterm exam
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  1. What is vitamin D also called?
    Sunshine Vitamin
  2. What mineral is found in fortified salt?
    Iodine
  3. What is Vitamin C deficiency called?
    scurvy
  4. What is water deficiency called?
    dehydration
  5. What is the iron found in animal products called?
    heme iron
  6. What vitamin is involved in blood clotting?
    vitamin K
  7. What mineral is a component of myoglobin?
    iron
  8. What is a deficiency of folate and/or B12 called?
    megaloblastic (macrocytic) anemia
  9. What is iodine deficiency called?
    goiter
  10. What nutrient has the highest requirement?
    Water
  11. What is it called when nutrients are added back into foods to restore nutrients lost in processing?
    enrichment
  12. What vitamin is found exclusively in animal products?
    vitamin B12
  13. What kind of minerals are required in amounts less than 100 mg/day?
    trace minerals
  14. What is a deficiency of iron called?
    microcytic anemia
  15. What is the DASH diet?
    • High in Ca, K, and Mg
    • Low in Na
  16. What is the amount of nutrient able to be absorbed by the body?
    bioavailability
  17. What mineral along with Ca provides rigidity to bones?
    phosphorus
  18. What deficiency's symptoms include 3 D's: dermatitis, diarrhea, and dementia?
    pellagra
  19. What is thiamin deficiency called?
    Beri-Beri
  20. What maintains intracellular and extracellular electrolyte concentrations?
    sodium-potassium-ATPase
  21. What vitamin's bioavailability is decreased by consumption of raw egg whites?
    biotin
  22. What is selenium deficiency called?
    Keshan disease
  23. What are non-protein molecules necessary for the proper functioning of many enzymes called?
    co-enzyme

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