Nutritional Sciences 132 Exam 1 Fall 1998

Nutritional Sciences 132 Exam 1 Fall 1998 - Nutritional...

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Nutritional Sciences 132 EXAM 1 Fall 1998 Directions This exam includes 50 questions of equal weight. Check that you have all of the questions. You also need a computer answer sheet color-coded to match your question set. Use ONLY a No. 2 pencil. Write name and identification number on the computer answer sheet in the appropriate spaces, filling in the appropriate circles. Answer all questions on the computer answer sheet by filling in the circles. Choose the ONE best answer for each question. If necessary to change an answer, erase completely. Turn in your answer sheet at the back door. Show your question set, which you may then keep. You must turn in your answer sheet at the end of the 50-minute exam period. You are not allowed extra time to fill in ID or transfer answers from question set to answer sheet. You are expected to do that within the exam period. This is a PINK exam.
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1. The Dietary Guidelines for Americans provide recommendations in the following areas: 1. intake of saturated fat and cholesterol 2. intake of protein 3. intake of CHO 4. intake of alcohol a)1, 2, and 3 b)1 only c)1 and 4 d)1, 3, and 4 e)all of the above 2. The compounds which are sources of energy are: a)CHO, fat, protein, vitamins, and alcohol b)CHO, fat, protein, and alcohol c)CHO, protein, and minerals d)vitamins and CHO 3. Proponents of low-CHO diets for weight loss say that CHO makes you fat. How do they suggest this happens? a)CHO contains more calories than fat. b)CHO raises insulin levels, which causes fat cells to take up CHO and convert it to fat. c)The fiber often found in CHO stimulates weight gain. 4. Low CHO, high fat diets are associated with obesity. What is the major reason for this? a)fat is more energy dense than CHO. b)high fat diets usually contain more fiber. c)high fat diets usually contain more total calories than high CHO diets. d)both a and c e)both b and c 5. Which of these is a micronutrient? a)carbohydrate b)lipid c)protein d)vitamin 6. A protein that controls, regulates, or promotes a chemical reaction under conditions found in the body and that does not act systemically is a(n) _________ a)hormone b)fuel source c)enzyme d)gene 7. Which substances, though they themselves contain no calories, are involved in the release of energy from energy containing nutrients?
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a)fats b)CHO c)proteins d)vitamins 8. Which of the following statements concerning the hormone insulin is/are true? a)Insulin promotes the uptake of glucose into the cell.
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