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1. What food doesnt belong to this food group?


A. Chicken
D. Crab
B. Steak
E. Kiwi
C. Lamb
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G. Easy
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2. Is it true that breakfast is the most important meal of the
day?
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A) True
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B) False
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3. Breads, cereals, rice, and pasta are high in...
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a. calcium
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b. carbohydrates
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c. fat
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4. Of the following snack items, which is the least healthy?
a. French fries
c. Apple
b. Air popped corn
d. Raisins
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5. Banana is a good source of?
a. Iron
c. Fruits
b. Potassium
d. Vitamin E
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1. What food nutrient is our bodys main source of energy?
o. -Carbohydrates

p. Difficult

2. It is a water-soluble vitamin found in fruits and leafy vegetables and is


also called as ascorbic acid.

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-Vitamin C

r. Difficult

3. What is the cheapest source of Vitamin D?


s. -Sunlight/Morning Sunshine

t. Difficult
4. It makes up most of your blood and help carry oxygen and food to the
cells in your body. It helps your body get rid of wastes through urine
and sweat.
u. -Water

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5. Any substance that nourishes a person to enable him to live and grow.
w. -Food

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al. Moderate
1. Only one juice is high in iron. Is it
a. Orange

b. Prune

c. Carrot

d. Apricot

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A cup of prune juice has 3 milligrams of iron (that's 37% of the
RDA for men, 17% of the RDA for premenopausal women)

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h. Moderate
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2.) True or false: Yogurt is as nutritious as milkoften more so.
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TRUE

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True. Yogurt starts out as milk, which is fermented by bacteria. It is


usually thickened with nonfat milk solids. Thus yogurt has more calcium than
milk (up to 450 milligrams per cup) and more B vitamins. It can definitely
play a role in healthy diet, if you stick to the nonfat or low-fat kind.

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n. Moderate
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3.) TRUE or FALSE: Trimming the fat eliminates most of the
cholesterol from meats?
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FALSE

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All animal products contain cholesterol, which is found equally in the


lean meat and the fat: about 20 to 25 milligrams per ounce. But it is still
important to trim the fat from all meats and discard poultry skin, because the
highly saturated fat has a worse effect on your blood cholesterol than dietary
cholesterol itself.

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t. Moderate
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4.) Say "calcium" and most people think milk, but other foods
are rich in calcium as wellsuch as which of the following?
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A. dried figs
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D. almonds
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B. broccoli
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E. All of the above
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C. dried beans

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(All) Ounce for ounce, dried figs, broccoli, and cooked dry beans have
as much or more calcium than milk. Of course, you shouldn't try to get all
your calcium from figs and almondsboth are high in calories.

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Moderate
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5.) If you're looking for the most fiber in a loaf of bread, the
operative words are.

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A. Unbleached
B. enriched wheat flour

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C. whole-wheat flour
D. twelve-grain.

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ap. (C) Whole-wheat flour contains the bran and the germ, and thus is
rich in vitamins, minerals, and fiber. Wheat flour, whether bleached or
unbleached, loses vitamins and minerals when it is refined. Even when it is
enriched, only somenot allof these nutrients are added back in. "Twelvegrain" or "seven-grain" may not mean anything, since the bread can still be
mostly re-fined wheat ("white") flour. Most rye and pumpernickel contain
little or no whole grain, but if you can find whole-grain versions, they are
good, too.

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