HLTH 330 Exam 1

HLTH 330 Exam 1 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. Which of the following is NOT a peer-reviewed journal?
  2. A high fiber diet may help:
  3. The type of fiber that lowers blood cholesterol levels:
  4. The mucosa has high nutrient requirements and will show signs of nutrient deficiency early.
  5. Substances found in plant foods that are not essential nutrients but may have health-promoting properties are
  6. Which of the following is NOT a function of the lymphatic system?
  7. Which is less refined?
  8. Which of the following is NOT a common food allergen?
  9. All of the following statements are true about food allergies except:
  10. Proteins are broken down into _____ whereas fats are digested mostly into _____.
  11. The DRI that is most commonly used to determine the nutritional value of individual diets are the:
  12. Nutrients are used for energy or to synthesize substances in the body after they are absorbed.
  13. For a dietary supplement to claim “high potency,” it must contain ____ percent of the Daily Value for the given nutrient based on the stated serving size.
  14. The organ system that eliminates the majority of nitrogen-containing metabolic waste products:
  15. All of the following statements are true regarding components of a nutrition study that provides reliable information, except:
  16. Which of the following is an example of an unrefined food?
  17. Oatmeal and brown rice are whole grains.
  18. With of the following represents the correct order of steps of the scientific method?
  19. All of the following are variables that increase Estimated Energy Requirement except:
  20. Sugars, amino acids, and fatty acids are absorbed into the body.
  21. The unit of measure that is used in nutrition science that expresses the amount of energy provided by a food is a(n):
  22. Some foods made with refined grains can contain more of some nutrients and less of others than foods made from whole grains.
  23. A qualified health claim does not have the same amount of research to support it as a health claim.
  24. DRIs vary based on each of these EXCEPT:
  25. Increased consumption of refined carbohydrates in the past few decades has been implicated in causing obesity.
  26. Discretionary calories come from:
  27. Dietary supplements:
  28. Food preferences and eating habits are learned as part of an individual’s family, cultural, national, and social background.
  29. Deficient intake of this nutrient is known to produce scurvy:
  30. Which of the following is digested before being absorbed?
  31. Which of the following statements about fortified foods is false?
  32. All of the following are examples of carbohydrates except
  33. MyPlate was designed to put the recommendations of the Dietary Guidelines into practice.
  34. Oxygen is needed for glycolysis to occur.
  35. The slow movement of food stuff through the _____ favors the growth of microflora.
  36. A Supplement Facts panel appears on the label of every dietary supplement.
  37. Ethan achieves his recommended intake of vegetables by eating a large baked potato every day. Which principle is he not achieving?
  38. Diffusion is the net movement of substances from an area of ____ concentration to an area of ____ concentration.
  39. An ingredient list is required on all products containing more than one ingredient.
  40. The sports drink G2 has 17 grams of carbohydrate in a 20 ounce bottle. How many calories does this provide from carbohydrate?
  41. Whole-grain products include the endosperm, bran, and germ components of the grain.
  42. Fiber can bind certain minerals, preventing their absorption.
  43. To decrease your chance of getting a food-borne illness, you should:
  44. Factors that influence transit time include all of the following EXCEPT the
  45. The _____ is a reference value for the intake of nutrients used on the food label.
  46. Which of the following statements about proteins is false?
  47. The end results of cellular respiration include all of the following EXCEPT
  48. Glycogen is the storage form of glucose in plants.
  49. Which of the following is promoted by the Mediterranean Eating Plan?
  50. Nutrigenomics explores the interaction between genetic variation and nutrition.

Set 2

  1. A limitation of the information obtained from population health and nutrition surveys is that the information cannot be used if the nation is meeting health and nutrition goals.
  2. Weight gain is caused by excess intake of calories, regardless of whether those calories come from carbohydrates, fat, or protein.
  3. All of the following are examples of lipids except
  4. Photosynthesis uses energy from the sun to convert carbon dioxide and water into glucose.
  5. Bicarbonate neutralizes the acid in chyme, which allows ___ from the pancreas and small intestine to function.
  6. To decrease your chance of getting a food-borne illness, you should:
  7. A Helicobacter pylori infection can cause this condition:
  8. All six classes of nutrients play important roles in regulating body processes.
  9. The exchange of nutrients and gases occurs across the thin walls of the
  10. Which of the following is promoted by the Mediterranean Eating Plan?
  11. The basic premise of federal dietary guidance has remained fairly unchanged, and it is to choose the right combinations of foods to promote health.
  12. For any nutrition study to provide reliable information, it must
  13. Carbohydrate digestion begins in the:
  14. Which of the following is associated with overnutrition?
  15. Fiber retains water, thus when adequate fiber and fluids are consumed, feces have a higher water content and are more easily passed.
  16. Which of the following statements about fortified foods is false?
  17. _____ is a circular muscle that acts as a valve, opening and closing to allow the gastric contents to move throughout the GI tract.
  18. Which of the following substances is not absorbed by the human body?
  19. A healthy diet is based on balance, variety, and moderation.
  20. As intake rises above the UL, the likelihood of ___ increases.
  21. The Dietary Guidelines recommend that at least half of your grains come from whole grain sources.
  22. The Dietary Reference Intakes are only concerned with the correction of nutrient deficiencies.
  23. Which of the following pieces of information is NOT required on the foods label?
  24. Oatmeal and brown rice are whole grains.
  25. When the epiglottis doesn’t move correctly, it can lead to
  26. Limiting empty calories is important as they provide mostly calories and fewer nutrients.
  27. All of the following are nutrient dense protein sources except:
  28. The gastrointestinal tract is part of the endocrine system because it releases ___ that regulate digestion and the rate at which food moves through the digestive system:
  29. The term “Calorie” is used in nutrition to mean
  30. Losing weight requires burning fewer calories than you consume.
  31. People who are lactose intolerant:
  32. All of the following are examples of carbohydrates except
  33. In 1896, the first dietary recommendations in the US were published by ___. The purpose of these recommendations was to ____:
  34. MyPlate was designed to put the recommendations of the Dietary Guidelines into practice.
  35. When an antigen is present, ____ are the first type of white blood cell to come to the body’s defense.
  36. Which of the following statements about proteins is false?
  37. Canned and dried fruit are not as nutritious as fresh fruit, and should be avoided in a healthy diet.
  38. Food still in the lumen is not available for use by the cells.
  39. The Dietary Guidelines for Americans are designed to promote health and reduce the risk of overweight, obesity, and chronic diseases in toddlers.
  40. A slice of apple pie has the same nutrient density as eating a medium size apple.
  41. For most nutrients, exceeding the Tolerable Upper Intake Levels (UL) through food consumption is difficult.
  42. Whole-grain products include the endosperm, bran, and germ components of the grain.
  43. Dehydration can cause symptoms in a matter of hours.
  44. MyPlate emphasizes the importance of proportionality, moderation, and nutrient density, but not variety.
  45. Unrefined carbohydrates cause a greater glycemic response than refined sugars.
  46. Glucagon:
  47. This system aids the digestive system by secreting hormones. The hormones help to regulate how much we eat and how quickly food and nutrients travel through the digestive system.
  48. A Supplement Facts panel appears on the label of every dietary supplement.
  49. The nutritional composition of a meal affects how long it stays in the stomach.
  50. The organ system that eliminates the majority of nitrogen-containing metabolic waste products:
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