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1.   Replacing animal fats with plant oils in the diet would not only cut saturated fat intake, but would also  increase    Student Response Feedback A.  vitamin E intake.   B. vitamin A intake.   C.  vitamin C intake.   D.  selenium intake.   Score: 1/1    2.   Which of the following is true about the forms of vitamin A?    Score: 1/1    3.   Beta-carotene is   
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Score: 1/1    4.   The most bioavailable source of vitamin E is    Score: 1/1    5.   The safest way to meet vitamin A needs is by    Score: 1/1    6.   The bioavailabilty of carotenoids is affected by   
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  Score: 1/1    7.   Flavonoids, carotenoids, and stanols are examples of    Score: 1/1    8.   Typical North American diets    Score: 1/1    9.
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  The main form of vitamin E in the body is    Score: 1/1    10.   Overconsumption of vitamins A and E can do all the following  except     Score: 0/1       1.   Antioxidants    Student Response Feedback A. are reduced in chemical reactions.   B. damage cell membranes.   C.  donate electrons to free radicals.   D.  promote the formation of free  radicals.  
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Score: 1/1    2.   Vitamin E functions as a(n)    Score: 1/1    3.   Drying of the cornea due to vitamin A deficiency is called    Score: 1/1    4.   Vitamin C enhances the absorption of   
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  Score: 1/1    5.   Which fat-soluble vitamin is important for the health of epithelial cells because it promotes mucus  production?    Score: 1/1    6.   Replacing animal fats with plant oils in the diet would not only cut saturated fat intake, but would also  increase    Score: 0/1    7.
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  The bioavailabilty of carotenoids is affected by    Score: 0/1    8.   All of the following can be described as functional foods  except     Score: 0/1    9.   Free radical damage has been implicated in    Score: 0/1 
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  10.   The safest way to meet vitamin A needs is by    Score: 1/1  1.   _____ milligram(s) of provitamin A is (are) equivalent to 1 milligram of preformed vitamin A.    Student Response Feedback A. 3   B. 1   C.  12   D.  6   Score: 1/1    2.   Antioxidants   
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  Score: 1/1    3.   Typical North American diets    Score: 1/1    4.   Vitamin C enhances the absorption of    Score: 1/1    6.   Which of the following is  not  accounted for in the calculation of RAEs? 
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Score: 1/1    8.   Which of the following population groups has increased vitamin C requirements?    Score: 1/1    10.  
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