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Give an example of empty-calorie foods.
a) cupcake b) carrots c) apple slices d) pretzels
Which energy providing nutrient do nutritionists say we need the most (45-65% daily) of?
a) Proteins b) Fats c) Carbs d) Vitamins
Give an example of a nutrient dense food?
a) Burger and fries from a fast food joint b) Poptarts c) Chocolate chip cookies d) Celery and peanut butter
What we can do at home when cooking to try and prevent food borne illnesses?
a) Wash our hands. b) Sniff/taste food past the expiriation date. c) Give the burger that hit the ground to your brother/sister. d) All of the above are wrong!
What could you do to make healthier food choices when you eat at a restaurant?
a) Get an appetizer and your regular meal. b) Eat all the free stuff: chips and salsa, peanuts, rolls plus your meal. c) Ask for dressing, sauces, gravy on the side. d) Ask for fried instead of baked.
Which nutrients contain calories?
a) Carbs and fat. b) Protein and water. c) Minerals and fat. d) Carbs and vitamins
How many calories are in 1 pound of body fat
a) 1000 b) 1500 c) 3000 d) 3500
Approximately how many calories should you consume in a day?
a) 1000 b) 2000 c) 3000 d) 3500
What nutrients don't have calories?
a) Protein and vitamins. b) Carbs and protein. c) Vitamins and minerals d) Water and fat.
Saturated fats are found in animal products (meat, butter, eggs...) and are less healthy because they contain what substance?
a) Fiber b) Cholesterol c) Sugar d) Amino acids
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