NUTR100 WEEK 5 QUIZ (25/25)

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Many older adults lose interest in food due to decreased size and number of taste buds.
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True
False
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This toxicity can lead to impaired thinking, reasoning and perception among school-aged children.
Question 2 options:
lead
iron
magnesium
chloride
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For almost all infants, 6 months and younger, which of the following is the best source of nutrition?
Question 3 options:
breast milk
baby food
cow's milk
formula
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During which stage in the lifecycle are macronutrient and micronutrient needs the highest per kilogram of body weight?
Question 4 options:
toddler years
pregnancy
infancy
older adolescence
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In the United States, ________ socioeconomic status is associated with ________ body weight.
Question 5 options:
high, increased
low, decreased
low, increased
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Woman who breastfeed should avoid foods that are common food allergens in order to prevent food allergies in their children.
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True
False
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Which of the following diets is based on the glycemic index?
Question 7 options:
Sonoma Diet
Beck Diet Solution
South Beach Diet
Paleo Diet
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Which eating disorder is most common?
Question 8 options:
binge-eating disorder
bulimia
anorexia nervosa
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Determining "ideal" body weight depends on (select all that apply):
Question 9 options:
frame size
gender
height
society
muscle mass
bone density
hair color
age
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Which of the following items should be avoided or limited during pregnancy?
Question 10 options:
hot dogs
soft cheeses
alcohol
fish
caffeine
deli or luncheon meat
raw fruits and vegetables
smoking
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Parents who are overweight or obese who adopt healthy food and physical activity habits still will have overweight or obese children.
Question 11 options:
True
False
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To eat healthy it is important to choose foods that are ______________.
Question 12 options:
high calorie with low fat
low calorie with low micronutrients
nutrient dense
energy dense
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Due to overweight and obesity cardiovascular disease risk factors such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and type 2 diabetes are now seen in children and adolescents.
Question 13 options:
True
False
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Body fat distribution is not as important as total body fat mass.
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True
False
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Basal metabolic rate depends on:
Question 15 options:
body size
age
body composition
hormones
gender
nutritional status
body temperature
genetics
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At what age should babies begin solid food?
Question 16 options:
4 months
6 months
5 months
7 months
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Research has shown that individuals who store fat in their upper body and abdomen are at a greater risk for health problems compared to those who store it in their hips and thighs.
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False
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People with pear-shaped bodies have greater risk for chronic disease than those with apple-shaped bodies.
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False
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This fluid is produced by women's breasts immediately after birth and provides the baby with protective antibodies that pass from the mother to the infant.
Question 19 options:
promilk
transitional milk
colostrum
mature milk
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Optimal body fat percentages are _______ for females and ______ for males.
Question 20 options:
between 20-30%, between 12-20%
between 5-15%, between 2-12%
between 10-25%, between 5-20%
between 30-40%, between 10-25%
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Key vitamins needed during puberty include:
Question 21 options:
iron
vitamins D, K and B12, iron and calcium
vitamins D, K, and B12
calcium
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A toddler's servings sizes should be _________ of an adult's.
Question 22 options:
3/4
1/4
1/2
1/8
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Low carbohydrate diets are safe during pregnancy.
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True
False
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Children who are obese should
Question 24 options:
be placed on a strict diet
start a strenuous exercise program
have rapid weight loss
allow height to catch up to weight
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Overweight does not necessarily mean overfat.
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False
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