HLTH 330 Exam 3

HLTH 330 Exam 3 Liberty University

  1. Resting between exercise sessions is important because it:
  2. Which of the following statements regarding weight gain during pregnancy is FALSE?
  3. The most common eating disorder is:
  4. Maternal malnutrition can affect their child’s risk of developing chronic disease later in life.
  5. Aerobic metabolism can use glucose and fat, but not protein, to generate energy.
  6. Jeff has a BMI of 28 kg/m2. He has no obesity-related health risk factors. Jeff is an appropriate candidate to take a prescription weight loss drug.
  7. Which of the following behaviors is most likely to promote formation of dental caries?
  8. Exclusive breast feeding for the first 6 months of pregnancy has not effect on infant’s risk of developing a food allergy.
  9. The energy that we use to digest food and to absorb, metabolize, and store the nutrients from food is called diet-induced thermogenesis.
  10. As fitness improves, an exerciser must perform more intense activity to raise his heart rate.
  11. Cardiorespiratory endurance is enhanced by regular aerobic exercise.
  12. Macular degeneration is the most common cause of blindness in older Americans.
  13. A developing human from 2-8 weeks after fertilization is called a/an
  14. Jeff has a BMI of 28 kg/m2. He has no obesity-related health risk factors. Jeff is an appropriate candidate to take a prescription weight loss drug.
  15. The following are characteristics of both anorexia nervosa and bulimia EXCEPT:
  16. Having excess body fat increases a person’s risk of developing:
  17. The total amount of energy needed by teenagers is usually ____ that needed for an adult.
  18. The desire to consume specific foods is called
  19. Implantation is complete by 14 days after fertilization.
  20. Of the following, what is the most likely cause of morning sickness during pregnancy?
  21. Which of the following regarding exercise during pregnancy is FALSE?
  22. The early embryo (before 5 weeks of age) gets nourished by:
  23. Sleep disorders and menstrual irregularities are associated with an obese condition.
  24. According to the 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans, for those who need to lose weight or have lost weight and want to keep it off, ____ minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic activity per week is recommended.
  25. Ghrelin is involved in ____ body weight regulation, leptin is involved with ____ body weight regulation.
  26. Eating disorders commonly begin in adolescence.
  27. Infants require more calories per pound of body weight than adults.
  28. Being obese as a child increases the child’s risk for type 2 diabetes.
  29. Reid has a BMI of 26.5 kg/m2. Reid’s waist circumference is 39.5 inches, his blood pressure, blood lipids and blood glucose levels are normal, he has no family history of heart disease, he walks 20 minutes daily 5 days per week, and he does not smoke. Reid is likely to improve his health by losing weight.
  30. Effect of oxytocin:
  31. Christy is overweight and interested in losing ¾ of a pound of weight each week. Christy will need to have a ________ calorie per day deficit in her energy balance for this to occur.
  32. Which of the following methods of weight-loss surgery would you expect would NOT receive medical reimbursement?
  33. Type of alcoholic liver disease that is not reversible:
  34. All of the following statements are true about weight loss drugs except:
  35. Recommended amounts of most micronutrients do not differ for boys and girls until about ____ years of age:
  36. Research has found that the vast majority of variation in BMI is attributed to an individual’s:
  37. The Obesity rate for minorities, including African Americans and Mexican Americans, is ________ the obesity rate of the general population
  38. Reid has a BMI of 26.5 kg/m2. Reid’s waist circumference is 39.5 inches, his blood pressure, blood lipids and blood glucose levels are normal, he has no family history of heart disease, he walks 20 minutes daily 5 days per week, and he does not smoke. Reid is likely to improve his health by losing weight.
  39. Gloria is 5 feet 3 inches tall and her weight was 235 pounds. After one week of dieting, she stepped on the scale and found she weighed 228 pounds. The rate of weight loss that she experienced during this first week of dieting is within the range of recommended weight loss.
  40. With aging, lean body mass decreases and body fat increases, even if body weight remains the same.
  41. Maximum heart rate ____ with age.
  42. The more excess body fat you have, the greater your health risks.
  43. Which of the following would be the healthiest alternative to French fries if you were eating at a fast-food restaurant?
  44. Eating disorders can be fatal.
  45. Physical performance is improved by consuming a very low fat diet (less than 10% of calories) for endurance athletes (marathon runners).
  46. Deidre is 5 feet 4 inches tall and her weight is 135 pounds. Her BMI is closest to ____ kg/m2:
  47. Weight loss is maintained better when physical activity is included.
  48. Exposure to second-hand smoke is not a concern for a pregnant woman or the fetus.
  49. Because the majority of cell differentiation occurs during this period, this is the time when exposure to teratogens can do the most damage.
  50. People who lose weight rapidly are more likely to regain the weight, leading to repeated cycles of weight loss and gain.
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