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1._____ is an example of a meal with high energy density, while _____ is an example of a meal with high nutrient density. Hamburger and
2.A 2% caloric increase in _____ can increase the risk of cardiovascular disease by 23%. Trans fatty acids3.A balanced diet contains _____, which are the fundamental components of eating healthfully. carbohydrates, fats, and proteins4.A female patient with prediabetes, serum triglyceride 250 mg/dl, and HDL of 45 mg/dl, LDL 95 mg/dL, and total cholesterol 170 mg/dl would: have metabolic
5.A list of the more specific information about what the food package contains is called ingredients list6.A person suffering from celiac disease should eliminate _____ from their diet to ease symptoms. Gluten7.According to the Institute of Medicine, total fat intake should be less than _________ of total calories. 20%-35%8.According to the Nurse’s Health Study, replacing 5% of calories from polyunsaturated fats with refined carbohydrates would _________ heart disease risk. Increase9.All of the following are diagnostic factors for diagnosing metabolic syndrome EXCEPT: hypotension10.An estimation of the amount of a specific nutrient contained in one serving, based on a daily intake of 2000 calories, is called: food
11.An individual with symptoms of weakness, sweating, and rapid heartbeat after consuming a high carbohydrate meal may be suffering from: reactive
12.An oligosaccharide is a: short-chain carbohydrate that is larger than a
13.Cardiovascular disease is defined as: a group of conditions that impairs the heart
14.Cholesterol is an example of a: sterol15.During digestion, _____ emulsifies lipids. Bile16.Essential nutrients are those that: the body cannot produce and must be supplied
17.Facilitated diffusion requires: a specific transport protein to help nutrients move
18.Fiber is healthful in part because it: all correct19.Glucagon increases blood glucose by promoting: glycogen breakdown and
20.Glycemic index is a measurement of the effect of carbohydrates on: blood
21.How does a fetus respond to higher glucose levels when a mother has gestationaldiabetes? the fetus increases its insulin production and there is an increase in
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