KNH 102 Practice Test 2

KNH 102 Practice Test 2 - KNH 102 Practice Exam for Test #2...

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KNH 102 Practice Exam for Test #2 1. Triglycerides are classified by: a. The length of the fatty acid b. The saturation of the fatty acid c. The shape of the fatty acid d. All of the above 2. A disaccharide is formed by the chemical bonding of: a. Two monosaccharides b. Two polysaccharides c. One monosaccharide and one polysaccharide d. Two oligosaccharides 3. Which of the following is a rich source of omega-6 fatty acids? a. Margarine from corn oil b. Flax seed oil c. Leafy green vegetables d. Salmon 4. Fructose is also known as ________. a. Maltose b. Levulose c. Pectin d. Sucralose 5. Diets high in trans fatty acids are associated with: a. Decreased cancer risk b. Increased blood cholesterol levels c. Osteoporosis d. Decreased blood glucose 6. ________ is a technique employed by athletes to increase storage of glycogen. a. Ketosis b. Carbohydrate loading c. Glycogen surging d. Gluconeogenesis 7. Why are phospholipids not an essential nutrient? a.
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