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1. Almost _______ percent of American households are unable to obtain enough energy and nutrients to
meet their daily physical needs.
A. ten
B. seven
C. four
D. one

2. An overweight woman gains 50 pounds during her pregnancy, which is
A. 25–35 pounds more than recommended.
B. 10 pounds more than recommended.
C. 15 pounds more than recommended.
D. inappropriate, since she shouldn't have gained any weight.

3. Processed foods are inappropriate for infants because their _______ content is often too high.
A. sodium and sugar
B. iron
C. protein
D. vitamin D

4. It's estimated that, by the year 2030, _______ percent of the population will be elderly.
A. 10
B. 25
C. 15
D. 20

5. Mothers can supplement breast milk with
A. formula.
B. cow's milk.
C. goat's milk.
D. fruit juice.

6. What is the agency charged with the responsibility of deciding whether a particular chemical may be
used on United States crops?

7. The easily digestible carbohydrate in breast milk is
A. galactose.
B. lactose.
C. maltose.
D. sucrose.

8. Deficiency of _______ causes preventable brain damage in children.
A. copper
B. iron
C. iodine
D. boron

9. Which of the following is not a type of malnutrition?
A. Nutrient deficiency
B. Undernutrition
C. Overnutrition
D. Poor-quality diet

10. With aging, muscle mass
A. decreases.
B. stays the same.
C. changes in the upper body.
D. increases.

11. In some women, pregnancy can develop a glucose intolerance known as gestational
A. bifidus.
B. diabetes.
C. eclampsia.
D. colostrum.

12. What makes adolescent girls significantly different than their male counterparts?
A. Adolescent girls start growing later.
B. Adolescent girls have more lean body tissue.
C. Adolescent girls have more energy.
D. Adolescent girls begin to experience marked changes at about age 10.

13. Solanine is a potentially toxic substance found in
A. fruit.
B. raw meat.
C. green potatoes.
D. fish.

14. Rapid development and growth that occurs during adolescence requires an increased need for
A. vitamin B12.
B. vitamin A.
C. cellulose.
D. vitamin C.

15. Industrial chemicals that enter the food supply through the soil or water are called
A. emissions.
B. persistent organic pollutants.
C. acid rain.
D. environmental hazards.

16. One reason pregnant women should not eat large ocean fish is that the fish accumulate the highest
levels of
A. potassium.
B. iron.
C. mercury.
D. magnesium.

17. The _______ program enables people who qualify to obtain electronic benefits in the form of a debit
card with which to buy food.
A. Food Stamp
B. Meals on Wheels
D. Congregate Meal Program

18. According to the CDC, _______ people die each year as a result of food-borne illness each year.
A. 2,500
B. 300,000
C. 5,000
D. 1,000

19. After scientists established that laboratory animals become ill when they ingested a newly manufactured
pesticide, the pesticide's release would probably be prohibited by the

20. One of the most common causes of waterborne disease in humans in the United States is
A. helminthes.
B. mold.
C. giardia.
D. stapholococcus.

21. _______ is probably the most significant factor affecting an infant's susceptibility to food allergies.
A. Number of siblings
B. Early childhood exposure
C. Economic class
D. Genetics

22. Madame Jean Calment, born 1875, is generally acknowledged to have
A. developed the first food pyramid.
B. discovered the calorie.
C. first explained the relationship between activity and energy requirements in older adults.
D. lived longer than anyone else in history.

23. What is the process by which disease-producing microorganisms in food can be destroyed by exposing
the food to heat?
A. Pasteurization
B. Fermentation
C. Substantiation
D. Regulation

24. Calcium chloride is oftentimes added to foods to improve
A. thickness.
B. color.
C. moisture absorption.
D. texture.

25. Foods can be kept moist through the use of
A. emulsifiers.
B. texturizers.
C. stabilizers.
D. humectants.
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1)A- Ten

2)A. 25-35 pounds more than recommended.

3)A. sodium and sugar

4)D. 20

5)A. formula


7)B. lactose

8)C. iodine

9)C. Over nutrition

10)A. decreases

11)B. diabetes

12)D.Adolescent girls begin to experience marked changes at about age 10.

13)C. green potatoes

14)A. vitamin B 12

15)D. environmental hazards

16)C. mercury

17)A. Food Stamp

18)C. 5,000

19)A. EPA.

20)C. giardia.

21)D. Genetics

22)D. lived longer than anyone else in history.

23)A. Pasteurization

24)A. thickness.

25)D. humectants



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