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Calcium is needed for the development of teeth and bones, heart regulation and to promote weight gain. ‡ True ‡ False

heart regulation and to promote weight gain. Next Question .Calcium Calcium is needed for the development of teeth and bones. Calcium does build bones and teeth and helps with the regulation of the heart. ‡ True Incorrect. Some studies show calcium does not cause weight gain but consuming 1000 mg of calcium (3 1/3 cups milk/milk substitute each day) may aid in maintaining or losing weight.

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Calcium is needed for the development of teeth and bones, heart regulation and to promotes weight gain. ‡ False Correct! Calcium does build bones and teeth and helps with the regulation of the heart. Some studies show calcium does not cause weight gain but consuming 1000 mg of calcium (3 1/3 cups milk/milk substitute each day) may aid in maintaining or losing weight. Next Question

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What percentage of women consume the daily recommended allowance of calcium daily? ‡ 25% ‡ 50% ‡ 75%

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What percentage of women consume the daily recommended allowance of calcium daily? ‡ 25% Correct! Next Question

Only 25% of women meet their daily calcium needs. Next Question .Calcium What percentage of women consume the daily recommended allowance of calcium daily? ‡ 50% Incorrect.

Only 25% of women meet their daily calcium needs. Next Question .Calcium This percentage of women consume the daily recommended allowance of calcium on a daily basis? ‡ 75% Incorrect.

Calcium Which is the best calcium supplement to take. as it is most easily absorbed? ‡ Calcium gluconate ‡ Calcium citrate ‡ Calcium carbonate .

Calcium gluconate is the worst absorbed supplement.Calcium Which is the best calcium supplement to take. while calcium citrate is the most easily absorbed and can even be taken on an empty stomach. Calcium carbonate is not easily absorbed and may need to be taken with food to avoid bloating and gas. as it is most easily absorbed? ‡ Calcium gluconate Incorrect. Next Question .

Calcium Which is the best calcium supplement to take. Next Question . Calcium carbonate is not easily absorbed and may need to be taken with food to avoid bloating and gas. Calcium gluconate is the worst absorbed supplement. as it is most easily absorbed? ‡ Calcium citrate Correct! Calcium citrate can even be taken on an empty stomach.

Calcium Which is the best calcium supplement to take. Calcium carbonate is not easily absorbed and may need to be taken with food to avoid bloating and gas. Next Question . Calcium gluconate is the worst absorbed supplement. as it is most easily absorbed? ‡ Calcium carbonate Incorrect. Calcium citrate is the most easily absorbed and can even be taken on an empty stomach.

Calcium Your body can only absorb this amount of calcium (via food or supplement) at one time. ‡ 250 mg ‡ 500 mg ‡ 1000 mg .

Calcium Your body can only absorb this amount of calcium (via food or supplement) at one time. Next Question . ‡ 250 mg Incorrect. Your body can absorb 500 mg of calcium at one time.

Calcium Your body can only absorb this amount of calcium (via food or supplement) at one time. ‡ 500 mg Correct! Next Question .

Your body can absorb 500 mg of calcium at one time. Next Question . ‡ 1000 mg Incorrect.Calcium Your body can only absorb this amount of calcium (via food or supplement) at one time.

oyster shell or dolomite should be avoided.Calcium Supplements with bone meal. ‡ True ‡ False .

‡ True Correct! These ingredients may contain lead. oyster shell or dolomite should be avoided.Calcium Supplements with bone meal. Next Question . mercury or other toxic metals.

oyster shell or dolomite should be avoided. These ingredients may contain lead. ‡ False Incorrect. Next Question .Calcium Supplements with bone meal. mercury or other toxic metals.

Calcium This vitamin is required in the absorption of calcium. ‡ Vitamin A ‡ Vitamin D ‡ Vitamin E .

‡ Vitamin A Incorrect. Next Question . Vitamin D is required in the absorption of calcium.Calcium This vitamin is required in the absorption of calcium.

‡ Vitamin D Correct! Next Question .Calcium This vitamin is required in the absorption of calcium.

Calcium This vitamin is required in the absorption of calcium. Vitamin D is required in the absorption of calcium. ‡ Vitamin E Incorrect. Next Question .

butter. sunlight. egg yolks. ‡ True ‡ False .Calcium Vitamin D is found in pork. fish oils. lemons and fortified milk.

fish oils. lemons and fortified milk. butter. butter. Next Question . fish oils. ‡ True Incorrect. egg yolks. Neither pork nor lemons contain Vitamin D. sunlight. Vitamin D is found in sunlight.Calcium Vitamin D is found in pork. egg yolks and fortified milk.

Calcium Vitamin D is found in pork. egg yolks and fortified milk. fish oils. sunlight. lemons and fortified milk. ‡ False Correct! Vitamin D is found in sunlight. egg yolks. Next Question . butter. butter. Neither pork nor lemons contain Vitamin D. fish oils.

Calcium This percentage of bone mass is developed during adolescence. ‡ 25% ‡ 40% ‡ 75% .

‡ 25% Incorrect. Next Question . The correct answer is 40%.Calcium This percentage of bone mass is developed during adolescence.

‡ 40% Correct! Next Question .Calcium This percentage of bone mass is developed during adolescence.

Calcium This percentage of bone mass is developed during adolescence. Next Question . ‡ 75% Incorrect. The correct answer is 40%.

‡ True ‡ False .Calcium Diets high in calcium can prevent kidney stones.

Calcium Diets high in calcium can prevent kidney stones. Next Question . as long as the diet also contains a minimum of eight cups of fluids (excluding soda) per day. ‡ True Correct! A high calcium diet can prevent kidney stones.

Calcium Diets high in calcium can prevent kidney stones. Next Question . ‡ False Incorrect. as long as the diet also contains a minimum of eight cups of fluids (excluding soda) per day. Diets high in calcium can prevent kidney stones.

along with 200 IU of Vitamin D. needed daily for 19-30 year olds (either male or female). ‡ 1000 mg ‡ 1300 mg ‡ 1500 mg .Calcium This is the amount of calcium.

needed daily for 19-30 year olds (either male or female). ‡ 1000 mg Correct! Next Question . along with 200 IU of Vitamin D.Calcium This is the amount of calcium.

Next Question .Calcium This is the amount of calcium. ‡ 1300 mg Incorrect. The correct answer is 1000 mg. along with 200 IU of Vitamin D. needed daily for 19-30 year olds (either male or female).

Next Question . The correct answer is 1000 mg.Calcium This is the amount of calcium. needed daily for 19-30 year olds (either male or female). ‡ 1500 mg Incorrect. along with 200 IU of Vitamin D.

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Peak bone mass is reached at what age? ‡ 20 years old ‡ 30 years old ‡ 40 years old

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Peak bone mass is reached at what age? ‡ 20 years old Incorrect. Peak bone mass is reached at age 30. Exercise and consume three dairy equivalent products each day to avoid osteoporosis! After age 30, consuming dairy products will help maintain bone mass. Next Question

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Peak bone mass is reached at what age? ‡ 30 years old Correct! Continue to exercise and consume a minimum of three equivalents of dairy products a day to maintain your bone mass. Next Question

Calcium Peak bone mass is reached at what age? ‡ 40 years old Incorrect. Exercise and drink a minimum of three equivalents of dairy products each day in order to maintain bone mass. One cannot increase bone density at this stage of life. Peak bone mass is reached at 30 years old. Next Question .

become brittle and are at risk for fractures? ‡ Osteoporosis ‡ Osteopenia .Calcium Which of the following is the disease of the skeleton in which the bones lose calcium.

but can ultimately lead to osteoporosis.Calcium Which of the following is the disease of the skeleton in which the bones lose calcium. Osteopenia is just a reduced bone mass. become brittle and are at risk for fractures? ‡ Osteoporosis Correct! It is important for college students to exercise and consume a minimum of three equivalents of milk products each day. which is less severe than osteoporosis. Next Question .

Next Question .Calcium Which of the following is the disease of the skeleton in which the bones lose calcium. become brittle and are at risk for fractures? ‡ Osteopenia Incorrect. but can ultimately lead to osteoporosis. which is less severe than osteoporosis. This condition is known as osteoporosis. Osteopenia is just a reduced bone mass.

frame size and family history of osteoporosis .Calcium Which are the controllable risk factors of osteoporosis? ‡ Diet and exercise ‡ Gender.

Calcium Which are the controllable risk factors of osteoporosis? ‡ Diet and exercise Correct! Be sure consume a minimum of three equivalents of a low-fat/fat-free calcium source and exercise daily. Next Question . small frame size and family history of osteoporosis are uncontrollable risk factors. Gender.

Next Question . and family history of osteoporosis Incorrect. Make sure you consume a minimum of three equivalents of a low-fat/fat-free calcium source and exercise daily.Calcium Which are the controllable risk factors of osteoporosis? ‡ Gender. These are non-controllable risk factors. frame size.

Calcium Women are four times more likely to develop osteoporosis than men. ‡ True ‡ False .

‡ True Correct! Next Question .Calcium Women are four times more likely to develop osteoporosis than men.

Calcium Women are four times more likely to develop osteoporosis than men. Next Question . This statement is true. ‡ False Incorrect.

Calcium This percentage of teenage girls do not get enough calcium each day. ‡ 52% ‡ 69% ‡ 88% .

‡ 52% Incorrect! The correct answer is 88%. Next Question .Calcium This percentage of teenage girls do not get enough calcium each day.

‡ 69% Incorrect! The correct answer is 88%. Next Question .Calcium This percentage of teenage girls do not get enough calcium each day.

‡ 88% Correct! Next Question .Calcium This percentage of teenage girls do not get enough calcium each day.

Calcium This percentage of teenage boys do not get enough calcium each day. ‡ 48% ‡ 60% ‡ 73% .

Next Question . ‡ 48% Incorrect! The correct answer is 60%.Calcium This percentage of teenage boys do not get enough calcium each day.

Calcium This percentage of teenage boys do not get enough calcium each day. ‡ 60% Correct! Next Question .

Calcium This percentage of teenage boys do not get enough calcium each day. Next Question . ‡ 73% Incorrect! The correct answer is 60%.

Calcium You should avoid which of the following nutrients. as they can leach calcium from bones? ‡ Excess protein and sodium ‡ Excess Vitamin A .

as they can leach calcium from bones? ‡ Excess protein and sodium Correct! Refer to the Minerals and Protein sections of this website for proper amounts of protein and sodium to consume. Next Question . Vitamin A does not have an impact on bone health.Calcium You should avoid which of the following nutrients.

as they can leach calcium from bones? ‡ Excess Vitamin A Incorrect.Calcium You should avoid which of the following nutrients. Next Question . Vitamin A does not have an impact on bone health. while excess protein and sodium can leach calcium from bones. Vitamin D helps absorb calcium.

Calcium You should do which type(s) of exercise to keep your bones healthy? ‡ Weight bearing only (walking. biking. weight training) ‡ Both weight bearing and resistance exercise . dancing. skating) ‡ Resistance exercise only (swimming. aerobics. running. water aerobics.

aerobics. skating) Incorrect.Calcium You should do which type(s) of exercise to keep your bones healthy? ‡ Weight bearing only (walking. The correct answer is both weight bearing (to stimulate bone production) and resistance exercise (improves muscle mass and strengthens bones). Click here to print out the Fitness Nutrition Sense Newsletter to assist in developing your own exercise program. Next Question . running. dancing.

biking. The correct answer is both weight bearing (to stimulate bone production) and resistance exercise (improves muscle mass and strengthens bones). water aerobics. weight training) Incorrect. Click here to print out the Fitness Nutrition Sense Newsletter to assist in developing your own exercise program. Next Question .Calcium You should do which type(s) of exercise to keep your bones healthy? ‡ Resistance exercise only (swimming.

click here to print out the Fitness Nutrition Sense Newsletter for details.Calcium You should do which type(s) of exercise to keep your bones healthy? ‡ Both weight bearing and resistance exercise Correct! Weight bearing exercises stimulate bone production and resistance exercise improves muscle mass and strengthens bones. Next Question . If you would like to develop your own exercise program.

Calcium You should quit smoking to keep your bones healthy because smoking: ‡ Can leach calcium from bones ‡ Interferes with the body¶s use of calcium .

Calcium You should quit smoking to keep your bones healthy because smoking: ‡ Can leach calcium from bones Incorrect. Next Question . but it does interfere with the body¶s use of calcium. Smoking does not leach calcium from bones.

Calcium You should quit smoking to keep your bones healthy because smoking: ‡ Interferes with the body¶s use of calcium Correct! Smoking does not leach calcium from bones. Next Question .

‡ True ‡ False .Calcium Less than three cups (eight ounces per cup) of caffeinated beverages should be consumed each day. as caffeine can trigger calcium excretion.

as caffeine can trigger calcium excretion. ‡ True Correct! Next Question .Calcium Less than three cups (eight ounces per cup) of caffeinated beverages should be consumed each day.

If you consume more than three cups of caffeinated beverages daily. as caffeine can trigger calcium excretion.Calcium Less than three cups (eight ounces per cup) of caffeinated beverages should be consumed each day. caffeine can leach calcium from your bones. ‡ False Incorrect. Next Question .

Phosphorus. Vitamin A. Vitamin B12. Vitamin D. Riboflavin and Niacin.Calcium Milk. Protein. cheese and yogurt provide the following essential nutrients: Calcium. ‡ True ‡ False . Potassium.

Phosphorus. Riboflavin and Niacin. cheese and yogurt provide the following essential nutrients: Calcium. Potassium.Calcium Milk. Riboflavin. Niacin and Potassium. Next Question . Protein. Vitamin A. Vitamin B12. ‡ True Correct! Cheddar cheese contains less than 10% of Vitamins A and D. Vitamin D.

Riboflavin and Niacin. Vitamin A. Phosphorus. Next Question . cheese and yogurt provide the following essential nutrients: Calcium.Calcium Milk. Cheddar cheese contains less than 10% of Vitamins A & D. Protein. Niacin and Potassium. Vitamin D. Potassium. Riboflavin. ‡ False Incorrect. Vitamin B12. Dairy products do contain these essential nutrients.

Calcium Whole milk contains more calcium than low-fat or skim milk. ‡ True ‡ False .

low-fat and skim milks. contain about 300 mg of calcium for each 8 ounce cup. All milks. including whole. low-fat and skim milks. Next Question . It is only the fat content that varies with the whole. lactose free milk and fortified soy milk. fortified rice milk. ‡ True Incorrect.Calcium Whole milk contains more calcium than low-fat or skim milk.

Next Question . including whole. low-fat and skim milks. fortified rice milk. contain about 300 mg of calcium for each 8 ounce cup. ‡ False Correct! All milks.Calcium Whole milk contains more calcium than low-fat or skim milk. It is only the fat content that varies with the whole. lactose free milk and fortified soy milk. low-fat and skim milks.

‡ True ‡ False .Calcium Fruited low-fat yogurt contains more calcium than plain. low-fat yogurt.

low-fat yogurt. ‡ True Incorrect. The plain and fruited yogurt in the DCs are low-fat. Plain yogurt = 415 mg of calcium per cup Fruited yogurt = ~ 325 mg of calcium per cup Next Question .Calcium Fruited low-fat yogurt contains more calcium than plain.

low-fat yogurt. ‡ False Correct! The plain and fruited yogurt in the DCs are low-fat. Plain yogurt = 415 mg of calcium per cup Fruited yogurt = ~ 325 mg of calcium per cup Next Question .Calcium Fruited low-fat yogurt contains more calcium than plain.

‡ Cottage Cheese (8 oz) ‡ Salmon with bones (3 oz) ‡ Garbanzo Beans (1 cup) .Calcium This food contains 200 mg of calcium in a one cup serving.

Calcium This food contains 200 mg of calcium in a one cup serving. Cottage Cheese contains 138 mg of calcium per cup. ‡ Cottage cheese Incorrect. Salmon with bones has 200 mg of calcium per 3 oz. while garbanzo beans contain 80 mg of calcium per cup. Next Question .

Next Question . Garbanzo beans contain 80 mg of calcium per cup. ‡ Salmon with Bones Correct! Cottage Cheese contains 138 mg of calcium per cup.Calcium This food contains 200 mg of calcium in a one cup serving.

Next Question . while garbanzo beans contain 80 mg of calcium per cup. Salmon with bones has 200 mg of calcium per 3 oz. ‡ Garbanzo beans Incorrect. Cottage Cheese contains 138 mg of calcium per cup.Calcium This food contains 200 mg of calcium in a one cup serving.

‡ True ‡ False .Calcium Fat-free cottage cheese (served in the dining commons) has more calcium per cup than fruited low-fat yogurt.

‡ True Incorrect. Fat free cottage cheese = 138 mg per cup Fruited low-fat yogurt = 325 mg calcium per cup Next Question .Calcium Fat-free cottage cheese (served in the dining commons) has more calcium per cup than fruited low-fat yogurt.

‡ False Correct! Fat free cottage cheese = 138 mg per cup Fruited low-fat yogurt = 325 mg calcium per cup Next Question .Calcium Fat-free cottage cheese (served in the dining commons) has more calcium per cup than fruited low-fat yogurt.

Calcium Lactose intolerance is when one cannot digest lactose (the sugar in milk). ‡ True ‡ False .

Calcium Lactose intolerance is when one cannot digest lactose (the sugar in milk). ‡ True Correct! Next Question .

Calcium Lactose intolerance is when one cannot digest lactose (the sugar in milk). Next Question . The statement is true. ‡ False Incorrect.

‡ True ‡ False .Calcium Individuals with lactose intolerance cannot consume any dairy products.

ice cream and possibly up to 4 or 6 ounces of milk. Many can consume a small amount of dairy products. cheese. ‡ True Incorrect. including yogurt. It depends on the individual and if the body can tolerate the products. Next Question .Calcium Individuals with lactose intolerance cannot consume any dairy products.

cheese. Next Question . It depends on the individual and if the body can tolerate the products. ice cream and possibly up to 4 or 6 ounces of milk. ‡ False Correct! Many can consume a small amount of dairy products.Calcium Individuals with lactose intolerance cannot consume any dairy products. including yogurt.

Calcium Silk or Kikkoman brand milk is made from this legume and is fortified to provide calcium for individuals who cannot tolerate cow¶s milk. ‡ Sunflower Seeds ‡ Soybeans ‡ Pinto Beans .

‡ Sunflower seeds Incorrect.Calcium Silk or Kikkoman brand milk is made from this legume and is fortified to provide calcium for individuals who cannot tolerate cow¶s milk. Next Slide . Silk or Kikkoman brand milk is made from soybeans.

Calcium Silk or Kikkoman brand milk is made from this legume and is fortified to provide calcium for individuals who cannot tolerate cow¶s milk. ‡ Soybeans Correct! Next Slide .

Silk or Kikkoman brand milk is made from soybeans. Next Slide .Calcium Silk or Kikkoman brand milk is made from this legume and is fortified to provide calcium for individuals who cannot tolerate cow¶s milk. ‡ Pinto beans Incorrect.

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