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Exam #2 Study Guide(2)

Exam #2 Study Guide(2) - PH 1104 Nutrition and Health...

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1 PH 1104 Nutrition and Health Exam #2 Study Guide Exam Details: 1. Test questions are multiple choice and true/false ...... 50 questions 2. You will have 50 minutes to complete the exam. 3. DO NOT BE LATE TO THE EXAM. If you are late to the exam, you will not receive any extra time. 4. DO NOT USE CELL PHONES DURING THE EXAM. General tips: 1. Focus on the Points to Review listed in the Powerpoint lectures. 2. Be familiar with the definitions listed in each chapter and key terms listed in the Powerpoint lectures. 3. Make sure that you have read the chapters in Sizer & Whitney as some items may be taken from the text. 4. Focus on any charts, tables, or figures from the text which were also highlighted in lecture. 5. The Self-Check questions at the end of each chapter in Sizer and Whitney are a great review. Chapter 4: 1. photosynthesis 2. monosaccharides vs. disaccharides vs. polysaccharides 3. whole grains vs. refined grains 4. health benefits of fiber (soluble and insoluble) 5. fiber recommendations 6. carbohydrate recommendations 7.
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