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Student ________________________________ DEA 0302 DENTAL NUTRITION FINAL EXAMINATION TEST # 5 1. Which of the following dietary adjustments has the greatest impact in controlling dental  caries? a. increased frequency of food intake b. increased frequency of vitamin intake c. decreased frequency of protein intake d. decreased frequency of carbohydrate intake 2. How many calories are provided by 6 grams of fat in the diet? a. 4 b. 9 c. 24 d. 42 e. 54 3. How many calories attributable to fat would 20 grams of whipped cream containing 50  percent fat provide? a. 40 b. 75 c. 90 d. 135 e. 180 4. How many grams of carbohydrates would be required to provide 100 calories of energy? a. 15 b. 25 c. 35 d. 45 5. Amino acids are the building blocks of: a. fat b. proteins c. carbohydrates d. vitamins e. minerals 6. What foodstuff is needed chiefly for tissue building and maintenance? a. fat b. protein c. carbohydrates
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d. vitamins 7. A complete protein is defined as: a. adequate in all amino acids b. one synthesized within the body c. adequate in all essential amino acids d. foods supplemented with protein units 8. The protein in eggs are considered to be of high biologic value because they are: a. are rich in the b-complex vitamins b. are not destroyed by cooking c. do not contain the amino acids d. contain all essential amino acids 9. Fats and carbohydrates are protein-sparing because: a. They prevent the storage of proteins b. They form the major portion of the diet c. The body does not need proteins if fats and carbohydrates are present d. Their presence reduces the need for using proteins for energy 10. The digestion of starch is initiated in the: a. Mouth b. Stomach c. Small intestine d. Large intestine 11. In the relationship between carbohydrates and caries, which of the following factors is  least  important? a. Frequency of ingestion b. Physical form of the carbohydrate c. Quantity ingested d. Chemical composition of the sugar 12. The following carbohydrates can be acted upon by digestive enzymes in humans,  except for: a. Cellulose b. Starch c. Sucrose d. Lactose 13. A reserve of carbohydrates is found as glycogen in the: a. Spleen and kidney 2
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b. Bone and connective tissue c. Liver and muscle d. Blood and pituitary gland 14. Which of the following foods is highest in carbohydrates? a. Milk b. Potatoes c. Orange juice d. Wheat cereals 15. Which of the following minerals are concerned with the regulation of water balance? 1.
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This note was uploaded on 08/19/2011 for the course DEA 0132 taught by Professor Guilford during the Fall '05 term at Gulf Coast Community College.

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