In this study which nutrients intake was not significantly reduced by traffic

In this study which nutrients intake was not

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2. In this study, which nutrient's intake was not significantly reduced by traffic-light labeling?a. total fat b. sodium
c. sugars d. protein 3. FOP systems like traffic-light labeling might lead manufacturers to _________ their less nutritious foods.4. Diet-planning principles and dietary guidelines are primarily meant to be used when eating out.5. A person who makes nutrient-dense choices is unable to meet daily nutrient needs on a lower energy budget.6. Added sugars do not include the naturally occurring sugars found in fruits and milk products.a. True b. False 7. The Dietary Guidelines refrain from making recommendations about exercise because physical activity is not relevant to a person's diet.8. One of the key recommendations of the 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans is to avoid dark-green vegetables.
9. The 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommend the elimination of all oils when planning diets.10. Because broccoli is such a nutritious vegetable, consuming 2 1/2 cups daily provides all the necessary nutrients for healthy eating.a. True b. False 11. Legumes contribute some of the same key nutrients as meats, poultry, and seafood.12. The MyPlate icon divides a plate into four equally sized sections of food groups.13. The Healthy Eating Index can be used to measure how well a diet meets the recommendations of the Dietary Guidelines. 14. Refined grain products with nutrients added back are just as nutritiousas whole-grain products.a. True b. False 15. Food labels present nutrient information based on one serving and therefore must identify the size of a serving.
16. On food labels, the serving sizes on the Nutrition Facts panel reflect typical eating habits, not recommended portions.17. A 2000-kcalorie diet is considered about right for sedentary younger women, active older women, and sedentary older men.18. Nutrient claims, health claims, and structure-function claims are interchangeable and mean the same thing on food labels.a. True b. False19. A measure of the nutrients a food provides relative to the energy it provides is known as _____.

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