self help4 - 7 Which of the following statements concerning...

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1. This is the smallest unit of carbohydrate organization. Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback 1. Monosaccharide 100% 2. Disaccharide 0% 3. Polysaccharide 0% 4. Unasaccharide 0% Score: 10/10 2. This single unit carbohydrate is sometimes referred to as “blood sugar.” Value % Score: 10/10
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3. Lactose is formed when glucose is joined with this carbohydrate unit Value % Score: 10/10 4. Carbohydrate digestion begins here. Value % Score: 10/10
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5. How does carbohydrate in the diet “spare” protein? Value % Score: 10/10 6. Health benefits associated with consuming fiber result from this fiber characteristic. Value % Score: 0/10
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Unformatted text preview: 7. Which of the following statements concerning dietary carbohydrate is true? Value % Score: 10/10 8. George is always thirsty. He’s lost weight lately and complains of having to use the bathroom in the middle of the night. Which of the following conditions might explain his symptoms? Value % Score: 10/10 9. How does your body maintain a desirable blood glucose level when no outside glucose is available from previously digested foods? Value % Score: 10/10 10. Bacteria in the large intestine use this type of fiber as an energy source. Value % Score: 0/10 Close...
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