3401_Portion_Size_Worksheet.pdf

A they were gaining weight and their cholesterol had

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a. They were gaining weight, and their cholesterol had gone up. b. They did not enjoy having to go get food when they were hungry. c. They felt terrible physically and were not able to exercise as they could before. d. They were thankful for not having to eat with their friends. 8. What was Ellen’s calorie level for the study? 1,500-1,600 9. What was Aaron’s calorie level for the study? 4,500-5,000 10. Who had difficulty in finding the right portion at fast food restaurants? Ellen 11. How was the students’ health at the end of the study? a. Their weight and cholesterol stayed the same. b. They gained weight and their cholesterol increased. c. They lost weight and their cholesterol dropped. 12. What caused the health problems for the individual in “Super Size Me?” a. What he ate. b. How much he ate. c. Where he ate.
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©Learning ZoneXpress • 888-455-7003 • www.learningzonexpress.com Name Hour Test (Grades 7-9) 1. How much do American’s spend on eating out? a. 25% of their income b. 75% of money spent on food c. 75% of income d. 50% of money spent on food 2. What was the assignment for the subjects in “Portion Size Me?” a. Eat whatever fast food they wanted for 30 days. b. Eat healthy fast food for 30 days in the proper portion. c. Eat healthy fast food for 30 days, but how ever much they wanted. 3. Which of the following does NOT correctly state why Aaron requires more calories than Ellen per day? a. He is more active. b. He is hungrier. c. He is larger. d. He is a male. 4. Obesity is decreasing in the United States. True or False 5. When eating at a salad bar, what is one way to increase the nutritional value of your salad? a. Add several different types of fresh vegetables. b. Add several croutons and bacon bits. c. Use a high calorie dressing. d. Only have potato salad, macaroni salad, and pudding. 6. Which pizza would have the fewest calories? a. Thin crust pepperoni b. Thin crust vegetable pizza c. Thick crust cheese
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©Learning ZoneXpress • 888-455-7003 • www.learningzonexpress.com Portion Size Me Test (Grades 7-9) • pg 2 7. What would decrease calories in a sub sandwich? a. Use mayonnaise. b. Add cheese. c. Order double meat. d. Use fresh vegetables instead of condiments. 8. How did the diet affect the subjects? a. They felt terrible physically. b. They thought it was easy to eat fast food for every meal. c. They adjusted to eating the right portion for them. d. They enjoyed not having to eat with their friends and families. 9. What calorie level did Ellen aim for each day? a. 5,000-6,000 b. 500-600 c. 1,500-1,600 10. What calorie level did Aaron aim for each day? a. 4,500-5,000 b. 450-500 c. 45,000-50,000 11. Ellen had an easy time finding the right portion for her at fast food restaurants. True or False 12. How were the subjects doing medically at the half way point compared to the subject in “Super Size Me?” a. Better b. Worse c. Same 13. What did NOT contribute to Aaron and Ellen’s weight loss through the study?
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