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Can Some one please help me am lost: 1. In which organ does

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1. In which organ does the majority of water absorption occur?
b. Small intestine
c. Large intestine
d. Stomach
Nb. B is wrong

2. The USDA Food Patterns guide to healthy portion size is based on
a. the ounce- equivalent
b. food labels
c. the metric-equivalent
d. serving sizes in restaurant.
NB. B. Food labels is wrong

3. Foods high in sugar are generally
a. not associated with overweight or obesity
b. high in protein
c. low in sodium
d. made with unhealthful fats.
NB. A. Not associated with overweight or obesity

4. Which of the following is true regarding protein intake in the United States?
a. Most adults don't consume enough protein in their diets.
b. Most adults consume more protein than they need.
c. Vegetarians cannot get enough protein without using supplements.
d. Athletes cannot get enough protein without using supplements.

5. Increased fiber intake is associated with a decrease risk of developing.
a. Diabetes
b. Kidney stones
c. Dental caries
d. Diverticulosis

6.Without adequate carbohydrates to fuel its needs, the body makes glucose by
a. making new fats cells
b. making new muscle cells
c. converting calcium stored in bones and teeth
d. breaking down muscle, heart, liver, and kidney tissues.

7. Yesterday, Mary consumed 1,560 kcal. Her meals included a total of 50 grams of fats. What percentage of calories came from fat?
a. 13%
b. 29%
c. 15%
d. 32%

8. The following individual is most at risk for potassium deficiency
a. Person with kidney disease
b. Marathon runner
c. Person with hypertension
d. Newborn

9. Physically active people and athletes have an increased need for
a. B-Vitamins
b. Sugar
c. Fat
d. Calcium

10. Leptin, a hormone that acts t reduce food intake, is produced by___________ cells.
a. Muscle
b. Liver
c. Adipose
d. Pancreatic

11. John's dinner contains 750 kcal. What is the maximum amount of kilocalories he will use to process the meal?
a. 150 kcal
b. 50 kcal
c. 10 kcal
d. 75 kcal

12. For men, the risk of chronic disease increases with a waist circumference above_________ inches.
a. 40
b. 38
c. 42
d. 44

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Customer: replied 3 years ago.

so far number 5 is incorrect.

Thank you for letting me know
Customer: replied 3 years ago.

If I need you to answer 8 additional question, will I have to pay more money


Also the question you didnt answer the is 75 kcal.

I would be happy to answer the questions. You can just leave a bonus when you rate. Do you need the answers tonight
Customer: replied 3 years ago.

I will do that. And tomorrow will be fine.


1. Brown adipose tissue is found in lower amount in

a. Animals

b. Infants

c. People with lower BMI values

d. People with higher BMI values


2. which of the following expends the highest amount of calories?

a. Cleaning, including vacuuming and dusting

b. Biking at less than 10mph

c. Light to moderate weight lifting

d. Walking at 4 mph


3. The main role of amino acids during exercise is to

a. Break down muscle cells after exercise

b. Make glucose

c. Supply the majority of the body's energy

d. Produce lactic acid


4. Which of the following is not a major function of protein in the human body?

a. Growth and maintenance of new tissue

b. Maintaining acid-base balance

c. Maintaining fluid balance

d. Providing energy to the body


5. Transfats are found naturally in

a. processes foods

b. apple

c. crackers

d. whole milk


6. During periods of rest and low-intensity activity, which does the body use as its primary fuel sources?

a. Vitamins

b. Carbohydrates

c. Ketones

d. Fat


7. Which of the following is not a symptom of high blood pressure?

a. Fainting

b. Lethargy

c. Confusion

d. Stroke


8. Research studies have shown an association between a reduced risk of cancer and

a. the use of vitamin supplements

b. increased intake of monounsaturated fatty acid

c. the use of beta-carotene supplements

d. increased intake of fruit and vegetables.


9. According to the World Health Organization, worldwide 250,000 to 50,000 children are deficient in Vitamin A and develop

a. rickets

b. blindness

c. beriberi

d. pellagra

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