Nats3 - NATS 104, Nutrition Food and You Exam 2 Fall 2010...

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NATS 104, Nutrition Food and You Exam 2 Fall 2010 1. Where does the majority of absorbed dietary fat go once it leaves the small intestine cells? A . portal vein B . liver C. blood vessels D. lymph vessels 2. Dietary sources of galactose include: A . fruits and vegetables. B . breads and cereals. C. milk and cheese. D. beer and liquor. 3. Susie consumed 1840 kcals on Saturday and a total of 17 grams of fiber. Her fiber intake per 1000 kcal consumed was:. A . 7 grams B. 9 grams C. 11 grams D. 13 grams 4. To reduce our risk for developing heart disease, we need to consume less fiber. A . True B. False 5. Which hormone is released because blood glucose levels are low and the liver needs to release stored carbohydrate? A. glucagon B. gastrin C. insulin D. galactose 6. Trans-fatty acids and saturated fatty acids have similar effect on blood cholesterol levels? A. True B. False 7. Fruits differ from concentrated sweets because: A. they are less nutrient dense B. they are packaged with fiber C. their sugars are diluted in large volumes of water D. a and b E. b and c 8. Which of the following is not one of the complex carbohydrates? A. fiber B. glycogen C. lactose D. starch 9. Gluconeogenesis refers to: A . making fatty acids from amino acids. B. making glycogen from starch. C. breaking down polysaccharides D. making glucose from protein . 10.
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This note was uploaded on 01/25/2011 for the course NUTR 104 taught by Professor Driscoll during the Spring '08 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.

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