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HNF_150H_Exam_3_with_answers - HNF 150H Exam 3 With Answers...

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HNF 150H Exam 3 With Answers Spring 2007 1. The human body has more of this substance (by weight) than any other substance. a. Fat B. Water c. Glycogen d. Protein 2. Phytic acid binds minerals so that they cannot be absorbed. Phytic acid is found in a. liver and other organ meats. B. cereal grain fibers. c. milk and dairy products. d. leafy, green vegetables such as spinach. 3. Anaerobic glycolysis can supply energy to muscle tissue for a. 2 to 5 minutes. b. 10 to 30 seconds. C. 30 seconds to 2 minutes. d. up to 30 minutes. 4. The statement "I ate only 125 kcal today," is probably thought by a person a. with bulimia nervosa. b. with baryophobia. c. who is a compulsive overeater. D. with anorexia nervosa. 5. Pyridoxal phosphate a. is a natural oral contraceptive. B. participates in reactions that synthesize dispensable amino acids. c. prevents premenstrual syndrome. d. participates in reactions that synthesize indispensable amino acids. 1
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6. The mineral found in the body in the most abundance is a. phosphorus. b. sodium. C. calcium. d. iron. 7. Bulimic patients often have a problem with a. recognizing nutritious food choices. B. an inability to control responses to impulse and desire. c. eating enough food to maintain a healthy body weight. d. obesity. 8. A body mass index of 40 represents a. no health risk. b. a value that is not on the nomogram. C. a high risk for health problems. d. possible health risk. 9 . Foods to avoid in a pre-game meal are a. All of these choices are correct. b. spaghetti. C. hot dogs. d. low-fat milk. 10. A pregnant woman who is a vegan would need to take nutrient supplements for A. calcium and iron. b. thiamin and vitamin C. c. protein and vitamin A. d. vitamin E and riboflavin. 11. In less developed countries, an iron deficiency would almost surely mean a zinc deficiency a. None of these choices are accurate. B. because zinc and iron are most available from the same foods. c. because Third World governments don't require the enrichment of common food products. d. because the unprocessed and under-processed foods have an excess of these 2 minerals, which interferes with absorption. e. because of ignorance and poor menu planning. 2
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12. Most of the variation in basal metabolism depends on a. activity level. B. lean body mass. c. environmental temperatures. d. gender. 13. Red blood cells turn over every a. 2 months. b. 20 hours. c. 20 minutes. D. 120 days. 14. To avoid constipation, the pregnant woman should increase her intake of a. sugars and starches. b. milk and dairy products. c. lean meat, poultry, and fish. D. whole-grain bread, bran, and fruits. 15. The mineral that partly "spares" vitamin E is a. iodide. b. chromium. c. zinc. D.
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2008 for the course HNF 150H taught by Professor Rosmos during the Spring '07 term at Michigan State University.

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