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The process by which the body takes in and uses food and other sources of nutrients for growth and tissue repair is:
a) absoption b) catabolism c) nutrition d) hemostasis
The seven basic food components that provide nutrients to the human body are proteins, fats, carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals, water, and:
a) acids b) fiber c) dairy d) soy
Dietary minerals needed by the body in high quantities are known as:
a) microminerals b) electrolytes c) macrominerals d) macronutrients
Vitamins are organic substances needed in very small amounts that are soluble either in water or in:
a) saliva b) fat c) blood d) liver
Herbal supplements are considered by the FDA to be which of the following?
a) Drug products b) Traditional medical therapies c) Synthetic drugs d) Food products
A direct deficiency of folate causes:
a) pernicious anemia b) beri-beri c) aplastic anemia d) megaloblastic anemia
Unlike water-soluble vitamins, fat-soluble vitamins are stored:
a) in clear containers b) in the body c) in plant products only d) in the bone marrow only
Vitamin K plays an important role in:
a) combating depression b) the retina of the eye c) rheumatitis d) blood clotting
The major minerals include calcium, phosphorus, potassium, magnesium, chlorine, and:
a) carotene b) amino acid c) sodium d) sulfur
The major condition caused by iron deficiency is:
a) stroke b) anemia c) hemophilia d) thrombosis
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