Chapter 11 quiz questions - Chapter 11 1. Ben is 5'9" tall...

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Chapter 11 1. Ben is 5'9" tall and weighs 210 pounds. Ben's BMI indicates that he is: Student Response Value Correct Answer a. underweight. 0% b . obese. 100% c. at a healthy weight. 0% d . overweight. 0% 2. An apple-shaped fat pattern increases a person's risk for: Student Response Value Correct Answer a. diabetes mellitus. 0% b . heart disease. 0% c. osteoporosis. 0% d . A and B. 100% 3. Which of the following correctly describes the energy balance equation? Student Response Value Correct Answer a. energy expended - energy consumed 0% b . energy consumed - energy expended 0% c. energy consumed = energy expended 100% d . energy expended + energy consumed 0% 4. All of the following would be good advice for someone who is trying to gain weight EXCEPT: Student Response Value Correct Answer a. Eat small, frequent meals. 0% b . Eat approximately 25 to 30% of your kcals from fat. 0% c. Do not exercise. 100% d . Eat an additional 500-1,000 kcals a day. 0% 5. The thrifty gene theory suggests that:
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Student Response Value Correct Answer a. our bodies are designed to maintain weight within a narrow range. 0% b . our adult weight is determined by our weight at birth. 0% c. some people possess a gene that allows them to expend less energy than other people. 100% d . adult body weight is determined by the weight of our parents. 0% 6. Pear-shaped fat patterning is more common in women than in men. Student Response Value Correct Answer True 100% True 7. Underwater weighing is a very practical method for determining body composition in obese individuals. Student Response Value Correct Answer False 100% False 8. People trying to gain weight should eat most of their kilocalories from fat. Student Response Value Correct Answer False 100% False 9. Body mass index is the most accurate method of determining body composition. Student Response Value Correct Answer False 100% False 10. Lower-body obesity does not appear to increase one's risk for chronic disease. Student Response Value Correct Answer True 100% True 11. Which of the following weight-loss medications was banned in 2000 because it caused the deaths of several people due to brain hemorrhages? Student Response Value Correct Answer a. ephedrine 0% b . orlistat 0% c. sibutramine 0% d . phenylpropanolamine 100% 12. The set point theory suggests that:
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Student Response Value Correct Answer a. our bodies are designed to maintain its weight within a narrow range. 100% b . adult body weight is determined by the weight of our parents. 0% c. our adult weight is determined by our weight at birth. 0% d . some people possess a gene that allows them to expend less energy than other people. 0% 13. Which of the following nutrients is thought to be the most readily stored as body fat? Student Response
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This note was uploaded on 10/13/2010 for the course FSHN FSHN 120 taught by Professor Rebeccaroach during the Spring '09 term at University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign.

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Chapter 11 quiz questions - Chapter 11 1. Ben is 5'9" tall...

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