Ch 10 quiz - 1 . The most reliable source of vitamin D in...

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The most reliable source of vitamin D in the diet is Stud ent Resp onse Feed back A. poult ry. B. whol e- grain cerea ls. C. yello w squas h. D. fortif ied milk.
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_______________ inhibit(s) osteoclast activity to prevent bone loss. Stud ent Resp onse Feed back A. Calci um citrat e B. HRT C. SER Ms D. Bisp hosp honat es
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To promote bone health, exclusively breastfed infants require supplemental Stud ent Resp onse Feed back A. calci um. B. phos phor us. C. vita min D. D. mag nesiu m.
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In women, bone loss begins around age Stud ent Resp onse Feed back A. 20. B. 25. C. 30. D. 35.
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Magnesium is required for Stud ent Resp onse Feed back A. bone healt h. B. cardi ovas cular healt h. C. energ y- yield ing reacti ons. D. All
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Exceeding the UL for phosphorus can lead to Stud ent Resp onse Feed back A. kidne y dama ge. B. exces sive bone grow th. C. bloo d clots. D. All of these
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The network of protein fibers within bone is called Stud ent Resp onse Feed back A. the perio steu m. B. the bone matri x. C. enam el. D. denti n.
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Postmenopausal women are more prone to fractures than premenopausal women primarily because Stud ent Resp onse Feed back A. low estro gen level s accel erate bone loss. B. low prog ester one level s accel erate bone loss. C. older
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What is magnesium's primary function? Stud ent Resp onse Feed back A. It acts as the carri er for calci um absor ption B. It is impo rtant in hemo globi n synth esis C. It
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For prevention of osteoporosis, strength training is Stud ent Resp onse Feed back A. reco mme nded beca use the stress on bone s stimu lates bone main tenan ce. B. reco mme nded beca use it decre ases estro gen
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Efficient deposition of calcium and phosphorus in bones is the net effect of Stud ent Resp onse Feed back A. vita min A. B. ribof lavin . C. vita min D. D. niaci n.
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Type 1 osteoporosis Stud ent Resp onse Feed back A. is main ly due to incre ased estro gen level s. B. most dram atical ly affec ts trabe cular bone . C.
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This mineral can be protective for the teeth when introduced into the water supply; however it can cause tooth m Stud ent Resp onse Feed back A. Fluor ide B. Copp er C. Iron D. Selen ium
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Stud ent Resp onse Feed back A. osteo
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2010 for the course LAS FSHN 120 taught by Professor Roach during the Fall '09 term at University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign.

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Ch 10 quiz - 1 . The most reliable source of vitamin D in...

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