scientific method steps
observation and description of a phenomenon.
testing a research question or hypothesis.
generating a hypothesis.
All of these are responsible for food spoilage.
Net contents of the package
Name and address of the vendor
All of these
A diet that contains too much fat
A diet that contains insufficient fat
A diet that contains too much carbohydrates
A diet that contains insufficient carbohydrates
All of these
H. pylori bacteria
Prolonged use of aspirin
Eating too many spicy foods
milk and cheese.
nuts and honey.
fruits and vegetables.
breads and cereals.
Monosaccharide, disaccharides, and starch
Triglycerides, sterols, and phospholipids
Sterols, amino acids, and polysaccharides
Phospholipids, glycogen, and dipeptides
the length of the fatty acids.
the saturation of the fatty acids.
the shape of the fatty acids.
all of these.
Mad cow disease
You would experience hypercalcemia.
You would begin to produce kidney stones.
Your gastrointestinal tract would limit the absorption of calcium.
Calcium deposits would accumulate in the soft tissues of the body.
Vitamin C deficiency.
Vitamin D deficiency.
all of the above.
Water freely moves across cell membranes.
Water and electrolytes move across the cell membranes, only through protein channels.
Electrolytes freely move across cell membranes.
Water and electrolytes cannot move across cell membranes.
Water helps to regulate body temperature.
Water helps to maintain blood volume.
Water works as an excellent cleansing agent to flush toxins out of the body.
Most solutes (particles) will dissolve in water.
water lost during illness or trauma.
water lost during intense exercise.
water lost through perspiration and respiration.
water lost through urination.
Maintain blood volume
Maintain sodium balance
Excrete waste products
Regulate body temperature
Episodes of extreme overeating
Both episodes of extreme overeating and self-starvation
None of these
Large family size
Holding the first order of birth
Having a sibling with an eating disorder
All of these
more angry and disruptive interactions among family members.
a less stable family organization.
a less nurturing family.
three to five pounds.
one pound per week.
decreased lean body mass.
decreased bone density.
decreased fat mass.
decreased immune function.
1. (TCO 1) Organic foods are commonly used to describe foods that are grown without the use of synthetic pesticides. To be labeled organic, foods must meet federal standards. What are those standards? (Points : 20)
Question 8. 8. (TCO 8) What are some of the reasons why adolescents may be at risk for poor nutrition, and what can parents do from a nutrition perspective to help their children through this transition period? (Points : 20)