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  1. PRIOR TO THE 20TH CENTURY, WHAT WERE THE LEADING CAUSES OF DEATH?
    INFECTIOUS DISEASES
  2. CONTROLABLE RISK FACTORS FOR HEART DISEASE INCLUDE
    PHYSICAL ACTIVITY, WEIGHT, AND SMOKING
  3. KNOWLEDGE OF HEALTH INFORMATION NEEDED TO MAKE GOOD HEALTH DECISIONS IS
    HEALTH LITERACY
  4. WHAT IS THE CAUSE OF THE MOST HEALTH PROBLEMS TODAY?
    LIFESTYLE
  5. THE RISK BEHAVIORS THAT CAUSE THE MOST SERIOUS HEALTH PROBLEMS TODAY INCLUDE
    • SEDENTARY LIFESTYLE AND POOR EATING HABITATS
    • SEXUAL ACTIVITY AND BEHAVIORS THAT CAUSE INJURY
    • ALCOHOL, DRUG AND TOBACCO USE
  6. HAVING SATISFYING RELATIONSHIP IS AN EXAMPLE OF GOOD
    SOCIAL HEALTH
  7. MANUEL IS A WELL-ADJUSTED PERSON. HE MAINTAINS FRIENDSHIPS, CONTROLS STRESS, DEALS WITH EVERYDAY PROBLEMS, EXERCISES, AND EATS A BALANCED DIET. MANUEL FEELS GOOD ABOUT HIMSELF AND IS ABLE TO MAKE DECISIONS THAT MAXIMIZE HIS HEALTH. MANUEL HAS
    WELLNESS
  8. WHAT IS THE SINGLE LEADING PREVENTABLE CAUSE OF DEATH IN THE UNITED STATES?
    TOBACCO USE
  9. HEALTH CONCERNS CAN BE ADDRESSED BY
    • CONDUCTING MEDICAL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPING NEW TECHNOLOGIES.
    • PROMOTING HEALTH EDUCATION.
    • CREATING PUBLIC POLICIES SUCH AS GOVERNMENTAL REGULATIONS.
    • PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENTS
  10. ABEL IS MENTALLY HEALTHY. HE
    HAS HIGH SELF-ESTEEEM, ENJOYS NEW THINGS, AND IS FREE OF MENTAL ILLNESS.
  11. WHAT IS THE MAJOR CAUSE OF DEATH FOR TEENS?
    CAR ACCIDENTS
  12. THE VALUES, BELIEFS, AND PRACTICES SHARED BY PEOPLE WHO HAVE A COMMON BACKGROUND MAKE UP THE GROUP'S
    CULTURE
  13. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING ACTIONS CONTRIBUTE TO ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH?
    • KEEPING YOUR AIR AND WATER CLEAN
    • KEEPING YOUR FOOD SAFE
    • KEEPING YOUR SURROUNDINGS SAFE AND ENJOYABLE
  14. MANY OF THE LEADING CAUSES OF DEATH AMONG TEENAGERS AND ADULTS CAN BE BEST PREVENTED THROUGH
    LIFESTYLE CHANGES
  15. DIANDRA EATS RIGHT, GETS REGULAR EXERCISE, AND IS AT HER RECOMMENDED BODY WEIGHT. THIS IS AN EXAMPLE OF
    PHYSICAL HEALTH
  16. NUMB KNUTS #2 FEELS DOWN, HE KNOWS HE CAN GO TO HIS BEST FRIEND OR HIS FAMILY FOR SUPPORT. THIS IS AN EXAMPLE OF
    EMOTIONAL HEALTH
  17. LARRY GETS TOGETHER WITH HIS FRIENDS EACH WEEK. HOWEVER HE AVOIDS HIS NEIGHBOR WHO BULLIES HIM. HE IS ALSO LEARNING TO BETTER WORK OUT DISAGREEMENTS WITH HIS PARENTS.
    SOCIAL HEALTH
  18. RONNIE IS NOW TRYING OUT FOR THE DRAMA CLUB. HE HAD BEEN HESITANT TO TRY OUT BECAUSE NONE OF HIS FRIENDS LIKED ACTING, BUT HE DECIDED TO TRYOUT ANYWAY
    MENTAL HEALTH
  19. BRIDGETTE SAYS SHE FEELS MOST VALUABLE AND UNITED WITH OTHERS WHEN SHE HELPS OUT AT HER CITY'S HOMELESS SHELTER.
    SPIRITUAL HEALTH
  20. ONE WHO SPEAKES OR ARGUES SOMETHING
    ADVOCATE
  21. PUT THE WELLNESS CONTINUUM IN ORDER FROM UNHEALTHY TO HEALTHY: 1. ILLNESS 2. AVERAGE HEALTH 3. DEATH 4. OPTIMAL WELLNESS 5. EMOTIONAL GROWTH
    3 1 2 5 4
  22. IF YOU ARE NOT PHYSICALLY SICK, THEN YOU ARE HEALTHY
    False
  23. A LIFESTYLE DISEASE IS A DISEASE YOU CAN GET IF YOU LEAD A HEALTHY LIFESTYLE
    False
  24. RISK FACTORS ARE ONLY INVOLVED IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF LIFESTYLE DISEASES
    False
  25. INFECTIOUS DISEASE IS NOT ONE OF THE THREE MAIN CAUSES OF DEATH FOR AMERCIANS OF ALL AGES.
    True
  26. HEART DISEASE IS AN EXAMPLE OF AN INFECTIOUS DISEASE
    False
  27. ABILITY TO SET A REALISTIC GOAL OR TO MAKE A PLAN AND THEN STAY FOCUSED ON THAT GOAL OR PLAN.
    SELF-DISCPLINE
  28. IF YOU MAKE A WRONG DECISION, GO AND DO YOUR BEST TO CORRECT THE PROBLEM. STOP AND TAKE RESPONSIBILITY FOR IT. LASTLY, THINK ABOUT TALKING TO A TRUSTED ADULT TO HELP YOU CORRECT THE PROBLEM.
    False
  29. DIFFERENT TYPES OF DIRECT PRESSURE INCLUDE TEASING, PERSUASION, POPULAR PEOPLE, PUT-DOWNS, ROLE MODELS, THREATS, AND BRIBERY
    False
  30. DIFFERENT SOURCES OF INDIRECT PRESSURES INCLUDE TV, RADIO, ADVERTISING, ROLE MODEL, POPULAR PEOPLE, AND FAMOUS PEOPLE.
    True
  31. WHICH IS THE LIFE SKILL THAT TEACHES YOU TO EVALUATE YOUR HEALTH?
    ASSESSING YOUR HEALTH
  32. IDENTIFY THE LIFE SKILL THAT PROVIDES YOU WITH DIFFERENT WAYS TO SAY NO
    REFUSAL SKILLS
  33. WHAT IS NOT A NEGATIVE CONSEQUENCE OF A DECISION?
    BEING NAMED TO THE HONOR ROLL
  34. IDENTIFY THE STEP THAT IS NOT A PART OF THE MAKING GREAT DECISIONS MODEL.
    ADMIT YOU MADE A MISTAKE
  35. WHICH IS NOT AN EXAMPLE OF A REFUSAL SKILL?
    SAY YES, BUT THEN DON'T GO ALONG
  36. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING ARE POSITIVE INFLUENCES?
    ROLE MODELS
  37. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING ARE NEGATIVE INFLUENCES?
    • PEOPLE WHO PRESSURE YOU TO USE DRUGS
    • THREATS
  38. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS A RESULT OF PRACTICING REFUSAL SKILLS?
    GETTING GOOD AT IT


    KNOWING WHAT TO DO WHEN YOU ARE IN A DIFFICULT SITUATION


    MAKING BETTER DECISIONS
  39. IDENTIFY THE ACTION THAT IS NOT A GOOD WAY TO HANDLE PERSISTENT PRESSURE.
    GIVE IN
  40. WHICH OF THESE SUGGESTIONS WOULD NOT HELP YOU WHEN SETTING GOALS
    MAKE YOUR GOAL VERY GENERAL
  41. WHEN YOU MAKE AN ACTION PLAN YOU SHOULD INCLUDE
    A DATE TO MEET THE GOAL
  42. THE LIFE SKILL THAT HELPS YOU DEAL WITH TROUBLES OR PROBLEMS IS
    COPING
  43. IDENTIFY THE LIFE SKILL THAT TEACHES YOU TO VIEW TV COMMERCIALS CRITICALLY.
    EVALUATING MEDIA MESSAGES
  44. IDENTIFY THE STEP THAT IS NOT A PART OF THE MAKING GREAT DECISIONS MODEL.
    CORRECT THE SITUATION
  45. WHICH SITUATION DOES NOT ILLUSTRATE COLLABORATION
    WASHING AND DRYING YOUR HAIR
  46. WHICH STEP IS NOT PART OF THE PROCESS FOR CORRECTING A PROBLEM THAT RESULTED FROM A POOR DECISION?
    WAIT AND DONT DO ANYTHING ABOUT IT RIGHT AWAY
  47. WHICH IS A TYPE OF DIRECT PRESSURE
    THREATS
  48. WHICH IS A TYPE OF INDIRECT PRESSURE
    RADIO
  49. WHAT SHOULD YOU DO WHEN YOU PRACTICE REFUSAL SKILLS
    ALWAYS RESPECT OTHERS


    DONT PUT ANYONE DOWN
  50. WHICH IS AN EXAMPLE OF A SHORT-TERM GOAL
    DECIDING WHETHER TO STUDY THAT EVENING
  51. WHICH IS AN EXAMPLE OF A LONG-TERM GOAL?
    VISITING COLLEGES NEXT FALL BEFORE SUBMITTING APPLICATIONS
  52. WHICH OF THESE IS NOT ONE OF THE 6 SUGGESTIONS FOR SETTING GOALS
    SERIOUS
  53. WHEN YOU MAKE AN ACTION PLAN YOU SHOULD INCLUDE
    REWARDS


    A WAY TO TRACK YOUR PROGRESS
  54. ADVERTISING IS A FORM OF DIRECT PRESSURE.
    False
  55. SAYING NO REPEATEDLY AND USING MORE THAN ONE REFUSAL SKILL MAY BE NECESSARY FOR SOME TYPES OF PRESSURE.
    True
  56. IT'S OKAY TO BE DISREPECTFUL WHEN TRYING TO REFUSE SOMEONE WHO IS TRYING TO PRESSURE YOU
    False
  57. WHICH DEFENSE MECHANISM IS REPRESENTED BY THE STATEMENT, " I KNOW MAURA WILL CHANGE HER MIND ABOUT BREAKING UP; SHE CAN'T LIVE WITHOUT ME"?
    Denial
  58. AUSTIN SAYS TO HIMSELF, " I'M GOING TO GO FOR A RUN BEFORE I BLOW UP AT MY SISTER." WHAT POSITIVE STRATEGY FOR MANAGING EMOTIONS IS AUSTIN USING?
    blowing off steam
  59. WHICH FORM OF TREATMENT LETS PEOPLE FIND OUT HOW OTHERS FEEL ABOUT CERTAIN PROBLEMS AND HOW THEY HAVE HANDLED THEM?
    group therapy
  60. A FIGHT WOULD MOST LIKELY RESULT OF WHICH KIND OF MESSAGE?
    "you" message
  61. WHICH IS NOT A WAY TO IMPROVE YOUR LISTENING SKILLS?
    think about something else
  62. LARRY DECIDED NOT TO ACCEPT A BEER FROM TROY. TROY RESPONDED, " GO AHEAD, BE A LOSER," AND WALKED AWAY. LARRY THOUGHT, " IT'S TOO BAD JOE FEELS THAT WAY, BUT I DON'T NEED TO DRINK TO ENJOY MYSELF." WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS TRUE OF LARRY?
    HIGH SELF-ESTEEM


    DOES NOT DO ANYTHING TO HARM HIMSELF


    RESISTED PEER PRESSURE
  63. MAURICIO HAS JUST WON FIRST PLACE IN AN ICE-SKATING COMPETITION. HE LIKES TO SHARE HIS GOOD FEELINGS AND ENJOYMENT OF ICE SKATING BY VOLUNTEERING SOME TIME EVERY WEEK TO TEACH HANDICAPPED CHILDREN HOW TO SKATE. ACCORDING TO MASLOW'S HIERARCHY OF NEEDS, MAURICIO IS AT THE LEVEL KNOWN AS
    SELF-ACTUALIZATION
  64. ALMOST 10% OF AMERICANS HAVE SOME LEVEL OF DEPRESSION. WHAT FORMS TREATMENT MIGHT BE APPROPIATE FOR SOMEONE EXPERIENCING MAJOR DEPRESSION?
    GROUP THERAPY


    PYSCHOTHERAPY


    MEDICATION
  65. A ________________ PERSON DOES NOT RELY ON DEFENSE MECHANISMS TO DEAL WITH PROBLEMS.
    mentally healthy
  66. HOLDING IN YOUR _________ CAN BE DESTRUCTIVE TO YOUR MENTAL AND EMOTIONAL HEALTH.
    Emotions
  67. STERLING IS TERRIFIED OF BUTTERFLIES. WHENEVER HE SEES ONE, HE MUST GET AWAY AS QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE. STERLING HAS A _________________.
    Phobia
  68. BALTAZAR ALWAYS SEEMS TO BE COMPLAINING OF SOME ACHE AND PAIN AND INSISTS THAT HE IS ILL. HE CHANGES DOCTORS FREQUENTLY BECAUSE NONE CAN FIND ANYTHING WRONG WITH HIM. BALTAZAR MAY HAVE ______________.
    Hypochondria
  69. PUT THE FOLLOWING IN THE CORRECT SEQUENCE FROM BOTTOM TO TOP: MASLOW'S HIERARCHY - 1. ESTEEM STAGE 2. SAFETY STAGE 3. SOCIAL STAGE 4. PHYSICAL STAGE 5. SELF-ACTUALIZATION STAGE
    4 2 3 1 5
  70. PUT THE FOLLOWING IN THE CORRECT SEQUENCE FROM BOTTOM TO TOP: EXPERIENCING DEPRESSIONS - 1. TAKE ACTION 2. FACE PROBLEM 3. IDENTIFY THE PROBLEM
    1 3 2
  71. CHOOSE THE APPROPIATE ANSWER FOR THE FOLLOWING EXAMPLE: ACCUSING YOUR BOYFRIEND OF FLIRTING WITH OTHERS BECAUSE YOU FLIRT.
    Projection
  72. CHOOSE THE APPROPIATE ANSWER FOR THE FOLLOWING EXAMPLE: KICKING THE LOCKERS BECAUSE YOU WERE SENT TO THE PRINCIPAL'S OFFICE
    regression
  73. CHOOSE THE APPROPIATE ANSWER FOR THE FOLLOWING EXAMPLE: PAINTING A MURAL WHEN YOU ARE MAD INSTEAD OF CREATING GRAFFITI.
    sublimation
  74. CHOOSE THE APPROPIATE ANSWER FOR THE FOLLOWING EXAMPLE: IGNORING YOUR MEMORIES ABOUT ALL THE TIMES YOUR DIVORCED PARENTS HAD FIGHTS.
    repression
  75. CHOOSE THE APPROPIATE ANSWER FOR THE FOLLOWING EXAMPLE: YELLING AT YOUR FAMILY WHEN YOU ARE ANGRY AT YOUR TEACHER.
    displacement
  76. CHOOSE THE APPROPIATE ANSWER FOR THE FOLLOWING EXAMPLE: COPYING THE CLOTHING AND APPEARANCE OF A FAMOUS SOCCER PLAYER
    idealization
  77. CHOOSE THE APPROPIATE ANSWER FOR THE FOLLOWING EXAMPLE: NOT STUDYING FOR A TEST BECAUSE YOU NEED TIME TO PRACTICE FOR THE SCHOOL PLAY
    rationalization
  78. CHOOSE THE APPROPIATE ANSWER FOR THE FOLLOWING SYMPTOMS: HALLUCINATIONS OR DELUSIONS
    SCHIZOPHRENIA
  79. CHOOSE THE APPROPIATE ANSWER FOR THE FOLLOWING SYMPTOMS: POSSIBLE PANIC ATTACKS
    Phobias
  80. WHAT PERCENTAGE OF DOGS AND CATS ARE OVERWEIGHT?
    25%
  81. PIZZA HUT AND KFC COMBINED HAVE MORE OUTLETS WORLDWIDE THAN MCDONALDS
    false
  82. AMERCIANS SPEND APPROX. ________ PER PERSON EACH YEAR ON FOOD CONSUMED AWAY FROM HOME
    $1000
  83. MORGAN CONCEIVED THE IDEA FOR THIS FILM ON CHRISTMAS DAY 2002.
    false
  84. CIRRHOSIS IS A DISEASE THAT AFFECTS WHAT ORGAN OF THE BODY?
    liver
  85. BASKIN ROBBINS HAS NEARLY 1000 FLAVORS, NOT 32
    true
  86. COMPARED TO A HAMBURGER, MCNUGGETS CONTAIN DOUBLE THE NUTRUITIONAL VALUE PER OUNCE
    false
  87. 70% OF KIDS AGES 13 TO 15 THINK FAST FOOD IS HEALTHIER THAN HOME FOOD
    false
  88. THE FIRST MCDONALDS DRIVE-THRU OPENED IN 1948
    true
  89. THE VERY FIRST MCDONALDS OPENED IN WHAT YEAR?
    1937
  90. THE FILET-O-FISH CONTAINS 400 CALORIES AND 18 GRAMS OF FAT; HALF OF THE FAT COMES FROM THE KETCHUP
    False
  91. A 10 GRAM PACKET OF KETCHUP CONTAINS HOW MUCH SUGAR?
    2 grams
  92. FOR EVERY HOUR OF TV A CHILD AVERAGES A DAY, OBESITY RISKS RISE 6%.
    true
  93. WHAT CONTAINS 310 CALORIES AND 86 GRAMS OF SUGAR ON THE MCDONALDS MENU?
    32 oz coke
  94. THE AMOUNT OF BLOOD IN THE BODY OF AN AVERAGE ADULT
    10 pints
  95. 25% OF THE VEGETABLES EATEN IN THE US IS CORN.
    false
  96. THE AVERAGE TEEN GETS 10% TO 15% OF HIS/HER DAILY CALORIES FROM SODA
    true
  97. WHEN WAS THE CHEESEBURGER BILL PASSED?
    2004
  98. CIGARETTE ADS WERE BANNED IN WHAT YEAR?
    1971
  99. GASTRIC BY-PASS SURGERY IS DEALING WITH WHAT ORGAN OF THE BODY?
    stomach
  100. CARDIAC BY-PASS SURGEY IS DEALING WITH WHAT ORGAN OF THE BODY
    heart
  101. SKIN IS THE LARGEST INTERNAL ORGAN OF THE BODY
    false
  102. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS NOT ONE OF THE RULES MORGAN FOLLOWED FOR THE MCDONALDS EXPERIMENT?
    had to supersize once a day
  103. THE ORIGINAL NAME OF THE DOCUMENTRAY WAS CALLED FAST FOOD HERO
    true
  104. HOW MANY CALORIES PER DAY WAS MORGAN TO STAY UNDER DURING THE EXPERIMENT?
    2500
  105. OUT OF THE 4 TYPES OF BLOOD WHICH IS THE UNIVERSAL DONOR
    O-
  106. WHICH IS CONSIDERED A NORMAL BLOOD PRESSURE READING?
    120/80
  107. WHICH SANDWHICH CONTAINS THE MOST CALORIES AT MCDONALDS
    double quarter pounder
  108. THE HAPPY MEAL WAS ADDED TO THE MCDONALDS MENU IN WHAT YEAR
    1979
  109. TOP SELLING LEMONADE SOLD IN THE US.
    Country Time
  110. THE FIRST ICONIC SYMBOL MCDONALDS USED WAS CALLED
    SPEEDY
  111. FITTEST CITY IN AMERICA ACCORDING TO SUPER SIZE ME
    Seattle
  112. BEST PIECE OF EQUIPMENT FOR BURNING CALORIES IS A PEDOMETER
    False
  113. GLOBALLY MCDONALDS IS LOCATED IN 119 COUNTRIES
    True
  114. A BMI OVER 30 IS CONSIDERED OVERWEIGHT
    False
  115. SUPER SIZE ME WAS VERY EDUCATIONAL TO YOUR HEALTH
    True
  116. The only capital city without the Golden Arches
    Montplier, VT
  117. The idea for the film was created when?
    None of the above
  118. Super Size Me started filming when
    Chinese New Year 2003
  119. The creator of the film Super Size Me is?
    Morgan Spurlock
  120. Approximately how many commercials does a child on average watch in one year
    10000
  121. The University of Florida created the electrolyte drink Gatorade in what year?
    1965
  122. What was the fattest city at the beginning of the movie
    Houston
  123. What was the fattest city when the movie completed
    Detroit
  124. According to Mens Fitness Magzine 2009 what is the fittest city in the US
    Salt Lake City
  125. According to Mens Fitness Magzine 2009 what is the fattest city in the US
    Miami
  126. According Mens Fitness where does San Antonio rank in the country for the fattest city in America
    3
  127. HOW MUCH WEIGHT DID THE DIRECTOR OF THE MOVIE GAIN IN 30 DAYS?
    24.5
  128. HOW MUCH DID MORGAN'S BODY FAT INCREASE IN 30 DAYS
    7%
  129. THE CLASSES OF NUTRIENTS INCLUDE
    CARBOHYDRATES AND FATS


    PROTEINS AND WATER


    MINERALS AND VITAMINS
  130. YOU CAN INCREASE YOUR CALCIUM INTAKE BY
    EASTING MORE DARK-GREEN LEAFY VEGETABLE AND BONY FISH
  131. THE DIETARY GUIDELINES FOR AMERICANS ARE USEFUL BECAUSE
    THEY COORDINATE THE INFORAMTION FROM SEVERAL SETS OF RECOMMENDATIONS
  132. ATHLETES, INFANTS, AND PEOPLE WHO ARE ILL
    HAVE DIFFERENT ENERGY, NUTRIENT, AND FLUID NEEDS THAN MOST OTHER PEOPLE
  133. WHAT DO CARBOHYDRATES AND FATS HAVE IN COMMON
    THEY ARE BOTH GOOD SOURCES OF ENERGY
  134. WHICH STATEMENT BEST DESCRIBES THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DIET AND HEALTH
    DIET CAN AFFECT THE RISK OF DEVELOPING HEART DISEASE AND OTHER AILMENTS
  135. MINERALS IMPORTANT FOR THE DEVELOPMENT AND MAINTENANCE OF BONES ARE
    CALCIUM,COPPER, MAGNESIUM, AND PHOSPHORUS
  136. VITAMINS NEEDED TO PRODUCE ENERGY FROM CARBOHYDRATES, FATS, AND /OR PROTEINS INCLUDE
    VITAMINS B1,B2,B3, AND B5
  137. TO CHOOSE A HEALTHFUL DIET, THE FOOD PYRAMID GUIDE CAN BE USED TO
    SELECT THE RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF SERVINGS FROM EACH OF SEX FOOD GROUPS
  138. CARLA SKIPPED BREAKFAST, HAD 2 CUPS OF VEGETABLE SOUP, A GRILLED CHEESE SANDWICH, AND A BANANA FOR LUCH, AND HAD A YOGURT AFTER SCHOOL. WHICH STATMENT BEST DESCRIBES CARLA'S FOOD INTAKE FOR THE DAY?
    SHE STILL RWUIRES 4-9 BREAD/CEREAL/RICE/PASTA SERVINGS, 1-3 SERVINGS OF FRUIT, 2-3 MEAT/POULTRY/FISH/DRIED BEANS/EGGS/NUTS SERVINGS, AND 1-3 VEGETABLE SERVINGS.
  139. HEALTHFUL SNACK CHOICES INCLUDE
    HIGH-NUTRIENT DENSITY FOODS
  140. WHICH STATEMENT BEST SUMMARIZES THE DIFFERENCES AMONG THE DIETARY NEEDS OF CHILDREN, TEENAGERS, AND ADULTS?
    INFANTS AND CHILDREN NEED MORE FOOD ENERGY PER POUND OF BODY WEIGHT THAN ADULTS
  141. VEGETARIANS MUST CARFULLY PLAN THEIR DIETS BECAUSE
    IT CAN BE COMPLICATED TO GET ALL OF THE ESSECTIAL VITAMINS AND MINERALS FROM PLANT SOURCES ALONE
  142. A PRIMARY NUTRITIONAL CONCERN IN A MEAT-FREE DIET IS
    GETTING THE RIGHT COMBINATION OF ESSENTIAL VITAMINS AND MINERALS
  143. HIGH LEVELS OF DIETARY SATURATED FAT HAVE BEEN LINKED TO
    OBESITY


    INCREADED BLOOD CHOLESTEROL LEVEL


    INCREASED HEART DISEASE RISK
  144. TO INCREASE YOUR CALCIUM INTAKE, YOU MIGHT
    DRINK MORE MILK AND EAT MORE DARK-GREEN, LEAKY VEGETABLES
  145. THE RECOMMENDED DIETARY ALLOWANCES ARE THE RECOMMENDED
    NUTRIENT INTAKES THAT MEET THE NEEDS OF MOST HEATHY PEOPLE
  146. JUNK FOODS
    ARE NUTRIENT POOR RELATIVE TO THE AMOUNT OF ENERGY THEY PROVIDE
  147. THE NUMBER OF CALORIES IN A FOOD ITEM DEPENDS ON
    THE AMOUNT OF CARBOHYDRATE, FAT, AND PROTEIN IT CONTAINS
  148. STARCHES ARE
    A KIND OF COMPLEX CARBOHYDRATE
  149. WHICH STATEMENT BEST DESCRIBES FATS
    THEY HELP YOU FEEL FULL FOR SEVERAL HOURS AFTER EATING
  150. NONESSENTIAL AMINO ACIDS
    Can be made in the body
  151. RECOMMENDED DIETARY ALLOWANCES (RDAs) ARE
    RECOMMENDATIONS THAT WILL MEET THE NEEDS OF MOST HEALTHY PEOPLE
  152. IN THE DIALY VALUES PART OF FOOD LABEL, TOTAL FAT
    IS LISTED BY WEIGHT AND PERCENTAGES
  153. WHICH STATMENT BEST SECRIBED THE WAY IN WHICH JUNK FOOD CAN BE A PART OF A HEALTHFUL EATING PLAN
    NUTRIENT=POOR JUNK FODS CAN BE BALANCED WITH NUTRIENT-DENSE FOODS
  154. TO INCREASE YOUR FIBER INTAKE, YOU COULD
    SUBSTITUTE OATMEAL FOR A SUGARY CEREAL
  155. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING GROUPS HAS SPECIAL NUTRITIONAL NEEDS
    ATHLETES


    INFANTS AND CHILDREN


    PEOPLE WHO ARE ILL
  156. HOW DO ATHLETES' NUTRITIONAL NEEDS DIFFER FROM THE NEEDS OF OTHERS
    THEY NEED A DIET HIGH IN CARBOHYDRATES AND EXTRA WATER
  157. INFANTS
    REQUIRES MORE FAT PER POUND OF BODY WEIGHT THAN OLDER CHILDREN AND ADULTS DO
  158. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING FOODS BELONG TO THE MILK GROUP
    Ice cream
  159. WHY IS IT IMPORTANT TO LIMIT THE AMOUNT OF SODIUM IN YOUR DIET
    SODIUM IS SOMETIMES LINKED TO HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE
  160. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING SHOULD BE THE MAIN SOURCE OF FOOD ENERGY
    Carbohydrates
  161. THE CLASS OF NUTRIENT THAT IS NECESSARY FOR PRODUCTION OF CERTAIN HORMONES AND THAT FORMS A COATING ON NERVES IS
    Fat
  162. THE CLASS OF NUTRIENT THAT IS ESSENTIAL FOR BODY GROWTH AND REPAIR IS
    Protien
  163. A DEFICIENCY OF CALCIUM CAN LEAD TO
    osteoperosis
  164. FOR A HEALTHFUL DIET, NUTRIENTS MUST BE CONSUMED IN DIFFERENT AMOUNTS. FOR EXAMPLE, CARBONHYDRATES SHOULD
    MAKE YOU BETWEEN 45 TO 65 PERCENT OF YOUR DAILY CALORIC INTAKE
  165. IT WAS A COLD, RAINY DAY. JAKE WAS VERY HUNGRY. HE ATE AN ENTIRE CAN OF CHICKEN NOODLE SOUP AND SIX CHEESE AND PEANUT BUTTER CRACKERS.JAKE'S MEAL HAD A TOTAL OF 2995 MILLIGRAMS OF SODIUM AND 375 CALORIES, OF WHICH 15 PERCENT CAME FROM PROTEIN, 52 PERCENT FROM CARBOHYDRATES, AND 35 PERCENT FROM FAT. HIS MEAL WAS TOO
    HIGH IN SODIUM


    LOW IN CALORIES


    HIGH IN FAT
  166. TOAST WITH BUTTER AND JELLY WOULD BE CLASSIFIED AS COMING FROM WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING GROUPS
    BREAD-CEREAL AND FATS-SWEETS
  167. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING MEALS BEST MEETS YOUR BODY'S NUTRIENT NEEDS, WITHOUT EXCEEDING ITS ENERGY NEEDS
    BROILDED FISH,STEAMED CARROTS, BROWN AND WILD RICE
  168. SKIM MILK IS A GOOD CHOICE AS A SOURCE OF PROTEIN, VITAMIN D, AND CALCIUM, WHICH POPLUATION WOULD HAVE THE HIGHEST NEED FOR INCLUDING MILK IN THEIR DIET
    teens
  169. WHAT STATEMENTS BEST DECRIBES HOW DIET INFLUENCE HEALTH
    IN ORDER TO OPTIMIZE HEALTH,A PERSON MUST TAKE IN THE RIGHT AMOUNT OF NUTRIENTS AND ENERGY
  170. THE CARBONHYDRATE THAT CIRCULATES IN YOUR BLOOD AND PROVIDES ENERGY FOR YOUR CELLS IS A
    A SINGLE SUGAR CALLED GLUCOSE
  171. INSOLUBLE FIBER
    ADD BULK TO YOUR BODY'S WASTES
  172. LOW-DENSITY LIPOPROTEIN CHOLESTEROL
    CARRIES CHOLESTEROL TO THE BODY CELLS


    CAN CONTRIBUTE TO PLAQUE FORMATION ON BLOOD VESSEL WALLS


    IS SOMETIMES CALLED"BAD CHOLESTEROL"
  173. THE DIETARY GUIDELINES FOR AMERICANS
    ARE A SET OF GUIDELINES DEVELOPED TO IMPROVE HEALT


    ARE INTENEDED TO REDUCE NUTRITION-RELATED DISEASE


    BRING TOGETHER THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE DIETARY REFERENCE INTAKES AND DV'S
  174. PARENTS CAN HELP CHILDREN MEET THEIR NUTRITIONAL NEEDS BY
    FOLLOWING THE FOOD GUIDE PYRAMID BUT WITH REASONABLE VARIATION TO ACCOMMODATE THE NEEDS OF EACH CHILD
  175. TEENS' DIETS
    TEND TO BE LOW IN CALCIUM, IRONS, AND RIBOFLAVIN
  176. A VEGETARIAN DIET
    MAY BE LACKING IN CERTAIN VITAMINS AND MINERALS


    CAN BE A HEALTHY WAY OF EATING


    MAYY BE LACKING IN PROTEIN
  177. VEGANS
    MUST PLAN TO ENSURE THAT THEY TAKE IN ALL OF THE ESSENTIAL VITAMINS AND MINERALS
  178. After you have eaten a meal, your digestive system breaks down the food. Some of the energy released from food is used almost immediately to fuel the thousands of reactions in your body that keep you alive. Extra food energy that is not needed immediately is stored by the body in two forms—glycogen and fat. Most of the energy stored in the body is stored as fat. Fat can provide most of the body’s energy, but small amounts of glucose are also needed. Glycogen can be broken down quickly to glucose. When the limited glycogen stores are used up, body proteins are needed to form glucose. Glycogen and fat are two forms of?
    stored food and energy
  179. After you have eaten a meal, your digestive system breaks down the food. Some of the energy released from food is used almost immediately to fuel the thousands of reactions in your body that keep you alive. Extra food energy that is not needed immediately is stored by the body in two forms—glycogen and fat. Most of the energy stored in the body is stored as fat. Fat can provide most of the body’s energy, but small amounts of glucose are also needed. Glycogen can be broken down quickly to glucose. When the limited glycogen stores are used up, body proteins are needed to form glucose. As a result of the actions of your digestive system, your body receives the?
    energy it need to carry out life's processes
  180. The amount of food energy you need depends upon the amount of energy your body is using. Everyone knows you need energy for running, swimming, and playing basketball. But did you know that your body needs energy even when you aren’t moving? Most of the food energy the body needs is used for basic functions, such as breathing, circulating blood, and growing. The amount of energy needed for these basic functions is called the basic metabolic rate. Basic metabolic rate is the rate at which energy is used to keep you alive when you are in a rested, fasting state, such as just after you wake up in the morning. The amount of energy that is used for BMR is different for each person. Also, the Calorie requirements of boys and girls differ. On average, boys require more Calories per day than girls do. For example, active 15-year-old boys need about 3,000 Calories per day, and active 15-year-old girls need about 2,300 Calories per day. A person’s basal metabolic rate and Calorie requirements are?
    different for each individual
  181. The amount of food energy you need depends upon the amount of energy your body is using. Everyone knows you need energy for running, swimming, and playing basketball. But did you know that your body needs energy even when you aren’t moving? Most of the food energy the body needs is used for basic functions, such as breathing, circulating blood, and growing. The amount of energy needed for these basic functions is called the basic metabolic rate. Basic metabolic rate is the rate at which energy is used to keep you alive when you are in a rested, fasting state, such as just after you wake up in the morning. The amount of energy that is used for BMR is different for each person. Also, the Calorie requirements of boys and girls differ. On average, boys require more Calories per day than girls do. For example, active 15-year-old boys need about 3,000 Calories per day, and active 15-year-old girls need about 2,300 Calories per day. The average Calorie requirements for 15-year-olds indicate that?
    boys ae gen. more active
  182. Running - 475 Mountain biking - 425 Skating - 305 Walking - 290 Watching TV - 80 ACTIVITIES ABOVE-Calories burned per hour About how many Calories are burned during a 15-minute run?
    about 120
  183. Running - 475 Mountain biking - 425 Skating - 305 Walking - 290 Watching TV - 80 ACTIVITIES ABOVE-Calories burned per hour About how long would you have to skate to burn up about the same number of Calories used during an hour of mountain biking?
    just under 1.5 hours
  184. Running - 475 Mountain biking - 425 Skating - 305 Walking - 290 Watching TV - 80 ACTIVITIES ABOVE-Calories burned per hour Rosa consumed 450 Calories at lunch. How long does she need to walk to burn up these Calories
    about 1.75 hours
  185. Running - 475 Mountain biking - 425 Skating - 305 Walking - 290 Watching TV - 80 ACTIVITIES ABOVE-Calories burned per hour Ben consumed 160 Calories at breakfast. How long should he spend running to burn up these Calories?
    about .3 hours
  186. Body composition is a measure of the proportion of body weight that is made up of fat tissue compared to bone and muscle. The percentage of body weight that is body fat is affected by sex and age. Women have a higher percentage of body fat than men do, and body fat percentage increases with age. Many methods of measuring body composition require large, expensive equipment. A simpler method is the measurement of skinfold thickness. An instrument called a caliper is used to pinch a portion of skin and the underlying fat at one or more locations on the body. The caliper measures the thickness of the pinched skin and fat. Body fat percentage can then be worked out using a mathematical equation. Another common method measures the flow of a low-level electric current through the body. Body composition is a measure of fat tissue to
    bone and muscle
  187. Body composition is a measure of the proportion of body weight that is made up of fat tissue compared to bone and muscle. The percentage of body weight that is body fat is affected by sex and age. Women have a higher percentage of body fat than men do, and body fat percentage increases with age. Many methods of measuring body composition require large, expensive equipment. A simpler method is the measurement of skinfold thickness. An instrument called a caliper is used to pinch a portion of skin and the underlying fat at one or more locations on the body. The caliper measures the thickness of the pinched skin and fat. Body fat percentage can then be worked out using a mathematical equation. Another common method measures the flow of a low-level electric current through the body. Body composition can be determined by measuring?
    skinfold thickness.


    the flow of a low-level electric current through the body.
  188. Mike found out he did not make the basketball team. That evening, Mike’s friends invited him out for pizza. Mike went with his friends but did not eat very much of the pizza. Mike’s decision not to eat much was influenced by
    his mood
  189. Elizabeth and Miriam are shopping at the mall. Miriam is hungry. Elizabeth isn’t hungry but agrees to get some food. Miriam orders stirfried rice. Elizabeth orders some too. Elizabeth’s choice to order food is influenced by
    health concerns
  190. Tyrone wants to lose 30 pounds. Which of the following is a safe and reasonable way to reach this goal?
    make and appt. with dr.
  191. Rosalind’s calculations show her BMI to be 23. According to this index, Rosalind is
    at a healthy body weight
  192. All the following are reasons why more Americans are becoming overweight except
    eating more fiber
  193. Serena’s friend is trying to lose weight for an upcoming dance. Her friend is drinking a liquid “meal” in place of regular meals during the week. She is fasting on the weekends. What warning should Serena give her friend?
    Liquid diets can be dangerous if used incorrectly. Fasting is never a good way to lose weight. Serena’s friend should ask a doctor for advice about her choice of a diet.
  194. In terms of energy balance, which of the following situations will result in weight loss
    the amount of food energy taken in is less than the amount of energy used
  195. Which of the following influences the amount and type of food that you eat?
    your mood


    where you live


    the smell and taste of the food
  196. Appetite is what you feel when
    have the desire to eat
  197. When the amount of food energy taken in equals the amount of energy you use, the result is
    energy balance
  198. People are considered obese if they are
    more than 20 percent above their recommended weight range.
  199. In which of the following ways are anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa different
    Anorexia nervosa involves self-starvation; bulimia nervosa involves binging and/or purging
  200. In which of the following ways are anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa the same?
    Both are disorders in which the person is very concerned about his or her body weight.
  201. Hershel is very active. He exercises every day. To determine what his caloric intake should be, Hershel needs to
    know his activity level
  202. Ideal body weight should be based on
    body composition
  203. On which of the following does your daily caloric intake not depend
    Energy Balance
  204. Which of the following statements is not true about eating disorders
    Eating disorders always involve eating too little
  205. WHAT IS THE BMI OF AN INDIVIDUAL WHO IS 5FT AND 1IN TALL AND WEIGHS 127LBS
    24

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