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Test Answer Key (Grades 9-12) 1. Name three things that were part of the assignment for the subjects in “Portion Size Me.” a. Only eat fast food for 30 days. b. Choose the proper portion. c. Make healthy choices. 2. Name four reasons Aaron gets to eat more than Ellen. a. He is a male. b. He is taller. c. He weighs more. d. He is more active. 3. How much do Americans spend on eating out? 50% of money spent on food 4. What food groups are difficult to find at fast-food restaurants? Fruits and vegetables Multiple Choice 5. What did Dr. Sheila Baker monitor during the study? a. Vital statistics, heart rate, kidney function. b. Vital statistics, blood cholesterol, blood fat, liver enzyme tests c. Blood cholesterol, gall bladder function, blood fat d. Liver enzyme tests, vital statistics, blood protein 6. 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.
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©Learning ZoneXpress • 888-455-7003 • Portion Size Me Test Answer Key (Grades 9-12) • pg 2 7. Which pizza would have the fewest calories? a. Thin crust pepperoni b. Thin crust vegetable pizza c. Thick crust cheese 8. 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. 9. How did the diet affect the subjects? a. They felt terrible physically. b. They found it to be 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. 10. What calorie level did Ellen aim for each day? a. 5,000-6,000 b. 500-600 c. 1,500-1,600 11. What calorie level did Aaron aim for each day? a. 4,500-5,000 b. 450-500 c. 45,000-50,000 12. Why was it easier for Aaron to find the right portion at fast food restaurants than for Ellen? a. Fast food portions were too large for Ellen, as she was allowed more calories per day than Aaron. b. Fast food portions were too small for Aaron, as he was allowed fewer calories per day than Ellen. c. Fast food portions were too large for Ellen, as she was allowed fewer calories per day than Aaron. d. Fast food portions were too large for Aaron, as he was allowed fewer calories per day than Ellen. 13. 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
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©Learning ZoneXpress • 888-455-7003 • Portion Size Me Test Answer Key (Grades 9-12) • pg 3 14. What did NOT contribute to Aaron and Ellen’s weight loss through the study? a. They were watching their portions. b. They were making healthy choices. c. They were eating fast food.
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