test 3 quiz questions[1] - CHAPTER 8 1 Which of the...

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CHAPTER 8 1. Which of the following foods is not a good source of potassium? A. Squash B. 2% milk C. Whole grain pasta Student Response D. Canola oil 2. The syndrome of inappropriate antidiuretic hormone (SIADH) is characterized by excessive production of ADH. A consequence of this disorder could be Student Response A. hyponatremia. B. hypernatremia. C. dehydration. D. kidney stones. Score: 1/1 3. The two most significant extracellular ions are Student Response A. sodium and chloride. B. phosphate and potassium. C. potassium and sodium. D. chloride and potassium. 4. Sodium intake above 2000 milligrams per day may increase urinary excretion of A. iron. B. potassium. Student Response C. calcium. D. vitamin D. 5. In general, excess amounts of water-soluble vitamins are excreted via the Student Response A. kidneys. B. intestine. C. lungs. D. liver. 6. Which of the following meals could be consumed by a person following a low-sodium diet? A. Chicken noodle soup, oyster crackers, and a tossed green salad with ranch dressing B. Chicken tenders, French fries, and sliced apples from a fast food restaurant
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C. A homemade chicken casserole made with canned green beans and cream of mushroom soup Student Response D. Homemade oven-baked chicken, buttered rice, and steamed fresh green beans 7. All foods in their unprocessed form tend to be low in sodium except Student Response A. milk and dairy products. B. whole grains. C. legumes. D. fruits. 8. Obesity A. reduces risk for hypertension. B. is a minor contributor to risk for hypertension. Student Response C. is the number one lifestyle risk factor for hypertension. D. is not related to hypertension. 9. According to the RDA, the mineral that you need in the largest amount is A. iron. B. iodine. Student Response C. calcium. D. copper. 10. Which statement about vitamins is true? A. Cannot be stored by the body B. Are inorganic Student Response C. Help regulate chemical reactions in the body D. Directly supply energy 1. The syndrome of inappropriate antidiuretic hormone (SIADH) is characterized by excessive production of ADH. A consequence of this disorder could be A. hyponatremia. B. hypernatremia. C. dehydration. Wrong D. kidney stones. 2. Water-soluble and fat-soluble vitamins differ in which way? A. Water-soluble ones are stored, whereas fat-soluble ones are excreted readily ***B. Water-soluble are less likely to be toxic C. Fat-soluble vitamins have much less potential for toxicity
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D. Water-soluble vitamins are best absorbed in the presence of dietary fat 3. Adult men need how much total water intake per day? A. 2.0 liters B. 2.7 liters C. 3.0 liters ***D. 3.7 liters 4. All of the following vitamins are stored in the liver except A. vitamin B-6. B. vitamin B-12.
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This note was uploaded on 09/30/2009 for the course FSHN 120 taught by Professor Roach during the Spring '08 term at University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign.

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