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17) Unfortunately, intake of this mineral that helps you maintain a lower blood pressure is below recommendations for most people living in the U.S. a. Sodium b. Potassium c. Phosphorus 18) This is the primary dietary source of dietary chloride a. Bottled water b. Table salt c. Processed meats 19) This mineral found inside cells works with potassium to maintain fluid balance a. Chloride b. Phosphorus c. Sodium 20) Elevated body temperature, sweating, and nausea are symptoms of this type of what illness a. Heat cramps b. Heat exhaustion c. Heat stroke
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Unit Three Test of April 19, 2017 Chapter Eight 1) The nucleus of an atom has this charge. a. None b. Positive c. Negative 2) In an atom, the electrons orbiting the nucleus have this electrical charge. a. Neutral b. Positive c. Negative 3) This term describes the loss of electrons that occurs during metabolism, the process by which your body breaks down and builds up molecules. a. Electrolysis b. Reduction c. Oxidation 4) This is a two-part metabolic reaction that includes oxidation and reduction steps. a. Protein transcription b. Free radical formation c. Exchange reaction 5) Formed as a by-product of physiological process such as energy production, these atoms are unstable and can damage body cells. a. Reduced atoms b. Unpaired atoms c. Free radicals 6) Which of the following is an important part of an antioxidant enzyme system? a. Cofactor vitamins b. Phytochemical proteins c. Antioxidant minerals 7) Our bodies spontaneously form antioxidant substances and it is not necessary to consume them in the diet. a. True b. False 8) Vitamin E protects polyunsaturated fatty acids in cell membranes and is found abundant in this tissue. a. Connective b. Muscle c. Adipose 9) Vitamin E is added to foods high in oils to prevent this storage problem. a. Separation b. Solidification c. Rancidity 10) This vitamin assists in the formation of collagen and protects cell membranes from oxidative damage. a. Vitamin A b. Vitamin C
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Unit Three Test of April 19, 2017 c. Vitamin D 11) Which of the following foods is NOT a significant source of vitamin C? a. Sweet potato b. Yogurt c. Cabbage 12) In China, a deficiency of this mineral in the soli causes Kashan disease. a. Iron b. Magnesium c. Selenium 13) This mineral is needed for the production of thyroid which helps maintain basal metabolism. a. Manganese b. Copper c. Selenium 14) This food is a good source of selenium a. Tuna b. Broccoli c. Brown rice 15) Selenium indirectly spares this vitamin from oxidative damage.
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