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HLTH 213 Nutrition ~ Exam #2 – Dr. Pete LeRoy – 3/12/08 NOTE : if there are any duplicate items, proceed and answer, it is likely an oversight on my part. Directions: Send in ONLY answers – by letter where called for – via email to: [email protected] by 9AM Wednesday, March 12, 2008. Answers sent after that date will NOT be graded. Multiple choice . Type the letter of the alternative that BEST answers the question. CANL stands for “correct alternative not listed.” 1. They serve as a primary source of energy at rest and during light-to-moderate exercise: A. carbs; B. protein; C. lipids; D. trans fats; E. CANL 2. They are a group of carbon-containing molecules that readily dissolve in organic solvents such as alcohol or ether. They are greasy to the touch and include substances such as triglycerides, phospholipids, and other related compounds: A. triglycerides; B. glycogen; C. carbohydrates; D. proteins; E. CANL 3. Which of the following is a guideline for a cholesterol-lowering diet for athletes: A. achieve a desirable cholesterol level; B. achieve a healthy body weight; C. achieve a desirable blood pressure level; D. all [A,B,C] of these are among the guidelines; 4. It is a molecule that serves as the basic building block for proteins; they are composed of atoms of carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, and nitrogen: A. trans fat; B. carbohydrate; C. minerals; D. vitamin; E. amino acid. 5. They are…complex of lipid and protein, the way lipids travel in the blood…a building block of the outer layer of cells (cell membranes), is transported through the blood in the form of water- soluble carrier molecules. They are characterized by their density. What are they: A. lipoproteins; B. triglycerides; C. lipids; D. fructose; E. glycogen 6. Which of the following are considered functions of fats: A. they are not that important as a source of energy at rest and during exercise; B. they do not provide an energy reserve for the body; C. provides protection to vital organs; D. all [A,B,C] of these; E. only C 7. Which of the following serves as thermal and electrical-insulator in the body: A. fat; B. protein; C. carbs; D. minerals; E. CANL 8. The percentage of total calories contributed in the diet by protein should be __% for endurance athletes: A. 10 – 15; B. 8 – 12; C. 16 – 20; D. 12 – 18; E. 2 – 6.What is sports anemia : A. a condition caused by the combination of intense training and poor carbohydrate intake; B. a condition caused by lax training and poor vitamin intake; C. a condition caused by watching too much television; D. a condition caused by having too many macronutrients in the diet; E. a condition caused by intense training and poor protein intake. 9.
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