1. This nutrient can be hidden in food and has twice as... Health help please :)?

1. This nutrient can be hidden in food and has twice as many calories as other nutrients.

fat
carbohydrates
protein
vitamins
minerals (sodium)
2. This nutrient is found mainly in fruits and vegetables.

fat
water
protein
vitamins /amp; minerals
3. This nutrient is needed for proper growth and development.

fats
carbohydrates
protein
minerals
4. Six to eight servings are required daily.

fats
carbohydrates
water
vitamins
tea
5. This helps to flavor food but too much can be harmful, especially to blood pressure.

fats
sugar
vitamins
sodium (NaCl)
pepper
6. __________is an empty calorie food that some people call liquid candy.

tomato
milk
soda
bread
orange juice
7. __________is the amount of energy released when nutrients are burned.

calorie
nutrients
protein
metabolism
8. Food contains __________; however, some food is a better/richer source than others.

calories
nutrients
protein
empty calories
9. Muscle is made of __________.

calories
nutrients
protein
empty calories
10. The nutrient that provides 4 calories per gram and gives the body energy is__________.


fat
carbohydrates
minerals
vitamins
11. __________ provide the body with 4 calories per gram and helps the body with growth and development.

Minerals
Proteins
Fats
Carbohydrates
12. __________ provide the body with 9 calories a gram and provide energy as well as insulates the body.

Fats
Carbohydrates
Vitamins
Proteins
Water
13. A candy bar is an example of food that provides calories but few essential nutrients.

false
True
14. The study of how the body uses food.

nutrients
food preparation
nutrition
metabolism
15. __________are an excellent food source for the mineral calcium.



legumes
dairy products
sodas
breads
meats
16. These are fat soluable vitamins.

Vitamins A, C, E
Vitamins B, C, D
Vitamins A, D, E, K
Vitamins C, E, K
17. Regular exercise must accompany smart eating for weight control.

false
true
18. Milk and dairy products are excellent sources for:

calcium
vitamin C
vitamin K
phenylalanine
19. Fried foods and sweets are sources for:

protein
fats
vitamin B
water
20. Bread, pasta, and rice are excellent sources of

fats
carbohydrates
proteins
water
21. Peanut butter and cottage cheese each provide which two sources?

vitamin K
protein
carbohydrates
fats
22. What percentage of your total calories per day should come from protein?

70
50
25
10
23. All of the following are complete proteins except for:

meat
dried beans
cheese
fish
24. Carbohydrates are converted into:

fructose
sucrose
lactose
glucose
25. The most concentrated source of calories comes from:

protein
vitamins
fats
carbohydrates
26. Nutritionists suggest that no more than ________ percent of your daily calories should come from fat.

10
20
30
40
27. Cholesterol comes from which source?

unsaturated fats
incomplete proteins
saturated fats
carbohydrate
28. The human body's main source of energy comes from:

carbohydrates
proteins
fats
vitamins/minerals
29. Of the following minerals which one can be found in trace amounts in the human body?

Chlorine
Sodium
Iron
Calcium
30. Vitamin ___ is the only vitamin the body can produce naturally.

K
C
D
B
31. Scurvy is caused by the deficiency of which vitamin?

Vitamin B12
Vitamin B6
Vitamin C
Vitamin E
32. ____________ is/are an integral part of blood, which carries nutrients to all parts of the body.

White blood cells
Platelets
Amino Acids
Water
33. Water makes up approximately how much of a human's body weight?

10 percent
25 percent
50 percent
60 percent
34. A high intake of fat is associated with some types of cancer.

True
False
35. Cheese is high in calcium and what other nutrient?

water
carbohydrates
folic acid
protein
36. The basic nutrients are vitamins, minerals, proteins, fats, water, and carbohydrates.

True
False
37. Minerals regulate body fluids, assist in various body functions, contribute to growth, and aid in building tissues.

True
False
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