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HNF_311_Exam_3_1A_2008_ - HNF 311 Exam 3 1A 2008 1. The...

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HNF 311 Exam 3 1A 2008 1. The most common deficiency disease in the world is A. pernicious anemia. B. osteoporosis. C. goiter. D. iron deficiency anemia. 2. A body mass index of 40 represents A. a value that is not on the nomogram. B. a high risk for health problems. C. possible health risk. D. no health risk. 3. Anorexia nervosa can be defined as A. compulsive eating. B. purging. C. hyperactivity. D. psychological denial of appetite. 4. For most adults, the greatest portion of their energy expenditure is for A. physical activity. B. None of these choices are accurate. C. the thermic effect of food. D. basal metabolism. 5. The milk ejection reflex in breast feeding is controlled by A. secretin. B. prolactin. C. estrogen. D. progesterone. E. oxytocin. 6. A reasonable weight loss goal is A. 1 to 2 pounds per week. B. 5 to 6 pounds per week. C. 20 pounds in 2 weeks. D. one more than 1/4 pound per week. 7. The child above the 95th percentile for BMI-for- age is considered A. obese. B. just about normal. C. at risk for overweight. D. overweight. 8. A distorted body image and poor self-worth are characteristic of a person A. who has bulimia nervosa. B. None of these choices are accurate. C. who is a compulsive overeater. D. who has anorexia nervosa. 9. Bulimic patients often have a problem with A. obesity. B. an inability to control responses to impulse and desire. C. eating enough food to maintain a healthy body weight. D. recognizing nutritious food choices. 1
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10. The first fluid abundant in immune factors produced by the mother after birth is called A. lactalbumin. B. colostrum. C. mature milk. D. prolactin. 11. In the body, iron is found A. in the liver. B. in the blood. C. in muscle tissue. D. in every living cell. 12. When glucose is broken down in an atmosphere where oxygen supply is limited, a 3-carbon component known as ________ accumulates in the muscle. A. lactic acid B. glycogen C. phosphocreatine D. protein 13. Cow's milk should not be used in infant feeding until the infant A. is able to hold a bottle. B. has developed a supply of antibodies. C. is 1-year-old. D. is 6 or more months old. 14. Anorexic individuals have trouble maintaining normal body temperature because of A. lack of appropriate clothing as the person tries to show off his/her extreme thinness. B. loss of body fat as insulation. C. increased synthesis of the thyroid hormone. D. wearing baggy clothes. 15. Which group of foods would provide the most bioavailable zinc? A. Mustard greens, broccoli, and romaine lettuce B. Oysters, crab meat, and roast beef C. Oranges and cantaloupe D. Seed oils E. Refined breads and cereals 16. In low-intensity exercise, aerobic glycolysis will produce A. lactic acid. B. pyruvate.
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