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Which raw vegetable has the MOST water content?
a) Corn b) Lettuce c) Potatoes d) Squash
Why should a person not eat or drink foods high in sugar content before bedtime?
a) Acid may erode the teeth and cause tooth decay. b) It could cause a person not to sleep c) It could stimulate hunger. d) It may cause a person to have bad dreams.
What nutrient provides energy and assists the blood with distributing vitamins to the body?
a) Carbohydrates b) Fats (lipids) c) Protein d) Vitamins
Cheese, dressings and salad oils are primary sources of which nutrient?
a) Carbohydrates b) Fats c) Protein d) Vitamins
How does eating excessive amounts of fats impact the body?
a) Anemia b) Nausea c) Obesity d) Osteorporosis
Jason consumed excessive amounts of protein. How is this likely to impact the body?
a) Converts the extra protein back to amino acids b) Converts the extra protein to fat and stores it in the fat tissues c) Stores extra protein in the blood d) Stores extra protein in the muscles
What is an example of incomplete protein?
a) Apples and bananas b) Beef and chicken c) Dried beans and rice d) Trail mix
Andrew consumed excessive amounts of fat-soluble vitamins. What impact might this have on the body?
a) Brittle bones b) Diarrhea c) Kidney failure d) Heart disease
What food source is high in antioxidants?
a) Cabbage b) Cantaloupe c) Crisco® oil d) Sardines
What is the DIFFERENCE between fat-soluble and water-soluble vitamins?
a) Fat-soluble vitamins are easier to dissolve than water-soluble vitamins. b) Fat-soluble vitamins are stored in the liver and water-soluble pass through the urine c) Fat-soluble vitamins pass thru the urine, and water-soluble are stored in the liver. d) There is no difference in the two types of vitamins.
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