Chapter 9 Health test - Question 1 1 of 1 points Appetite...

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Question 1 1 of 1 points Appetite can be described as Selected Answer: a learned psychological desire to consumer certain foods. Question 2 1 of 1 points Eating behaviors can be affected by Selected Answer: all of the above Question 3 1 of 1 points Calories are Selected Answer: units of measure which indicate the amount of energy we obtain from a particular food. Question 4 1 of 1 points The typical American diet has ________ fat. Selected Answer: 38 percent Question 5 1 of 1 points The new MyPyramid Plan emphasizes Selected Answer: all of the above Question 6 1 of 1 points According to the MyPyramid Plan, ________ is symbolized by the varying width of each color band. Selected Answer: proportionality Question 7 1 of 1 points A(n) ________ is the amount of a food you choose to eat at any one time. Selected Answer: portion Question 8 1 of 1 points Which of the following is accurate for one serving from the vegetable group? Selected Answer: 1 cup of raw greens Question 9 1 of 1 points ________ calories are those obtained from food that do not provide a significant course of nutritional value.
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Selected Answer: Discretionary Question 10 1 of 1 points All of the following are true about the new dietary guidelines except: Selected Answer: Weight should increase with age. Question 11 1 of 1 points To obtain all necessary nutrients Selected Answer: eat a variety of foods. Question 12 1 of 1 points Comparing the following foods, the one that is nutrient dense is Selected Answer: a glass of low fat milk.
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