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Nutritional Sciences 10 Professor Nancy Amy  December 16, 2006 F I N A L  E X A M   –   45  P O I N T S It is the student’s responsibility to know the following instructions.  Failure to adhere to the following  instructions may result in 0 points earned on the exam. Print your name on the line provided on the scantron sheet. On the next line print your section number and the first name of your GSI. Turn the sheet “longways”.  Fill in your complete SID in the spaces provided. Mark the last two rows “00” if you would like your exam score to be posted by SID. Mark the last two rows “01” if you do not want your exam score to be posted. Use only a #2 pencil on your scantron. ABSOLUTELY  NO Cell Phones,  No Calculators. Choose the best answer for each question.    You must turn in this exam along with your scantron. 1. I did not take the exam on December 6. I have version a of this exam. Mark answer a. 2. Your overweight Uncle Bill has been told that he is at risk of having a heart attack. How  would you explain to him what a heart attack means? a. It is a blood clot in the brain b. It is an accumulation of VLDL in the coronary veins c. It is pain caused by stomach acid backing up into the esophagus and irritating the  esophageal tissue d. It is interruption of the flow of blood to the heart muscle, which may cause the heart to  beat irregularly or stop completely e. It is elevated blood pressure that ruptures the red blood cells traveling to the heart 3. Uncle Bill’s doctor told him his HDL is low and he should raise it. Bill is confused because he  thought having low cholesterol was a  good  thing. What should you tell him? a. His doctor is wrong: HDL should stay low and so should total cholesterol, triglycerides  and blood pressure b. His doctor is right: HDL should be high because it carries cholesterol away from  1
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the  tissues to the liver c. His doctor is right: HDL should be high and he should increase his saturated fat intake  to  help clear cholesterol from the intestine d. His doctor is wrong: HDL should be low along with LDL because high levels of both  promote heart disease. e. His doctor is right: HDL should be high but there is nothing you can do to increase it 2
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