Chapter 10 health test - Question 1 The current percentage...

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Unformatted text preview: Question 1 The current percentage of Americans who are overweight or obese is Question 2 (Q Selected Answer: J over 60 percent. Obesity is a risk factor for Selected Answer: J all ofthe above Question 3 % Question 4 o Question 5 d When tryingto determine your ideal weight. the following factor is the least important to take into consideration: Selected Answer: J how you compare to yourfriends is defined as an excessively high amount of adipose tissue in relation to lean body mass. or a EIMI of 30 or more. Selected Answer: J Obesity The majority of obese people are 20410 percent above their ideal weight and would be considered Selected Answer: J mildly obese. Question 6 Body mass index is Question 7 According to the text. a 20-year—old female with 20 percent body fat would be categorized as Question 8 Problems with the EIMI measurement include Selected Answer: J a relationship ofyour weight to your height. Selected Answer: J mildly obese. Selected Answer: J both A and El Question 9 The method of measuring body fat that involves the amount of water a person displaces when completely submerged is referred to as Question 10 Essential body fat should account for percent ofa man's body weight. Selected Answer: J hydrostatic weighing techniques. Selected Answer: J 4 Quemion 11 Key environmental factors that encourage us to increase our consumption offood include which ofthe following? Selected Answer: ./ all ofthe above on 12 Afamily history of obesity increases one's chances of becoming obese by Selected Answer: / 25-3“ percent. Question 13 9% The most scientific method for determining body composition is considered to be Selected Answer: / hydrostatic measures. Questi 3% Question 15 CE Question 16 1 Research has determined that there are health risks associated with how fat is distributed in the body. From a health standpoint, the most risky distribution of body fat is having more fat Question 17 % Question 18 (E The research on an obese gene seems to point to the theorythat we can inherit this imprint that prompts indiwduals to eat past the point of being comfortable. This research is associated with Selected Answer: ./ GADZ gene. The method of body composition analysis that uses a small current sent through the bodyto measure the resistance based on percent body water is referred to as Selected Answer: ./ bioelectrical impedance. Selected Answer: I in the abdominal area. The followmg statement best describes research findings on the genetics of obesity: Selected Answer: ./ TWin studies show strong evidence that there is a major genetic influence in weight. Leptin refers to a chemical that determines whether or not Selected Answer: ./ we are satisfied or full With the food we eat. Question 19 % Question 20 094“ The U.S. population has become increasingly sedentary because Selected Answer: J people use more automated equipment at home and work. The amount of energy the body uses at complete rest is Selected Answer: J basal metabolic rate. Question 21 The setpoint theory suggests that Selected Answer: ./ a person's body has a weight at which it is programmed to be comfortable. Question 22 Data from the National Health Interview Survey suggest that in 10 adults never engage in any exercise. sports. or physically active hobbies. Question 23 Psychosocial factors that contribute to obesity include Question 24 An emerging problem seen in young men and women whose desire to look good has a destructive or disabling elfect on one's abilityto function is Question 25 Metabolic rate is higher Selected Answer: J 4 Selected Answer: J all ofthe above Selected Answer: I social physique anxiety. Selected Answer: .1 during periods of growth and development like adolescence and pregnancy. Question 26 One pound offat contains approximately Question 2? For an average sedentary person. percent oftotal caloric needs are burned to maintain at rest. Question 28 Metabolic rates tend to start to decline Question 29 Going on and off starvation diets will hinder long—term weightless because this type of dieting Question 3!} Yo—yo dieting with extreme fluctuations in weight is not recommended because Question 31 % Question 32 The success rate of maintaining weight loss is most improved with Question 33 All ofthe following are factors in the number of Calories spent during activity except: Question 34 All ofthe following statements are a current goal ofweight management programs except: Question 35 The exercise metabolic rate [El'u'lR} accounts forwhat percentage of daily calorie expenditures? Selected Answer: J 3500 calories. Selected Answer: J Ell-YE] Selected Answer: J around age 30. Selected Answer: I slows down the basal metabolic rate. Selected Answer: of this pattern tends to lower metabolism making it harderto maintain weight loss. Those persons who were least sedentary according to a National Health Interview Survey tended to be Selected Answer: J those who had graduate level college degrees. Selected Answer: J‘ exercise. Selected Answer: J the angle of movement. Selected Answer: J Encourage quicl-c weight loss by eating special foods. Selected Answer: J 10 percent Question 36 The followrng are tips for sensible weight management except: Selected Answer: J Eliminate fat. from the diet. on 3? A CDl'ldiilDl'l in which the body adapts to prolonged fastlng. or carbohydrate deprivation. by convertlng body fat to ketones to be used as fuel for brain cells is called Selected Answer: J ketosis, Question 38 When fasting or eating every low calorie diet Med} for prolonged penods, the body wrll find fuel from its energy stores, One ofthe first reserves the body wrll use is from Question 39 Problems ESSOClEtEd with fasting include Question 40 A woman who l3 5 feet 7 ll'lChBS and 103 pounds. thinks she's fat, and refuses to eat anythlng EUI'lSldElEEi "fattenlng" most likely suffers from Question 41 Selected Answer: J lean protein tissue. Selected Answer: J all ofthe above Selected Answer: J anorexia nervosa. The new diet drugs that were supposedly safe that were laterfound to have dangerous side effects were e Question 42 Selected Answer: J Fen Phen and Pondimen. An intense fear of gaining weight and using inappropriate measures. such as purging. to prevent weight gain following eating is known as % Question 43 The following statement is true of anorexics: Question 44 Treatment for eating disorders will often first focus on Question 45 Which ofthe following statements related to eating disorders is false? Selected Answer: J bulimia newosa. Selected Answer: J They practice almost total exclusion offood from their diet andfor extreme exercise. Selected Answer: J reducingthethreat to life. Selected Answer: J The proportion of men with eating disorders is declining. Question 45 % Question 4? The following is an example of bulimic behavior; Upto of adolescents and young female adults in the United States are bulimic. Selected finswer: J 3 percent % Question 43 A psychiatric term for compulsive overeating with no purging is Question 49 The following is {are} effective for treating eating disorders: Selected finswer: J secretive binge eating followed by purging Selected flinswer: J binge-eating disorder. Selected finswer: J all ofthe above ...
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