PUBH 1517 Basic Nutrition - Chapter 8 Questions

PUBH 1517 Basic Nutrition - Chapter 8 Questions - During...

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1 During starvation ________. a. loss of fat body mass is less than the loss of lean body mass b. loss of carbohydrate, protein, and fat stores are about equal c. losses of fat and lean body mass are about equal d. the loss of fat body mass is less than the loss of alcohol body mass e. loss of fat body mass exceeds the loss of lean body mass status: incorrect (0.0) correct: c your answer: a feedback: Incorrect. You might want to review chapter 7. (pg. 252) 2 Over the long term, what is the ratio of fat to lean weight gain (or loss)? a. 3:1 b. 1:1 c. 1:3 d. 2:1 e. 4:1 status: correct (1.0) correct: a your answer: a feedback: Correct. Over the long term the weight loss (or gain) is 75% fat and 25% lean, a 3:1 ratio. (pg. 252) 3 What is released when food is burned in a bomb calorimeter? a. heat, oxygen, carbon dioxide, and water b. only oxygen, heat, and water c. only carbon dioxide and water d. only heat and carbon dioxide e. only heat, carbon dioxide, and water status: incorrect (0.0) correct: e your answer: a feedback: Incorrect. One of these is not released when food is burned in a bomb calorimeter. (pg. 252) 4 Other than the food itself, what is consumed when food is burned in a bomb calorimeter? a. only carbon dioxide b. only oxygen and carbon dioxide c. only oxygen
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only carbon dioxide and water e. heat, carbon dioxide, oxygen, and water status: incorrect (0.0) correct: c your answer: a feedback: Incorrect. Compare what is occurring within a bomb calorimeter to the processes of aerobic respiration. (pg. 252) 5 A food that contains 34 grams of carbohydrate, 20 grams of fat, 5 grams of protein, and 1 gram of alcohol will provide ________ kilocalories. a. 336 b. 240 c. 60 d. 343 e. 513 status: incorrect (0.0) correct: d your answer: a feedback: Incorrect. I think that you must have forgotten to consider the contribution made by the alcohol. (pg. 253) 6 What is the difference between satiation and satiety? a. Satiation is the generation of heat; satiety is adjustments in energy expenditure related to environmental changes. b. Satiation occurs during a meal; satiety occurs after a meal. c. Satiation occurs after a meal; satiety occurs during a meal. d. Satiation is a synonym for hunger; satiety is a synonym for appetite. e. Satiation is the response to the sight of food; satiety is the desire to eat. status: incorrect (0.0) correct: b your answer: a feedback: Incorrect. Thermogenesis is the generation of heat; adaptive thermogenesis is adjustments in expenditure related to environmental changes. (pg. 253, 259) 7 Which of the energy-yielding nutrients is most satiating? a.
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PUBH 1517 Basic Nutrition - Chapter 8 Questions - During...

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