Developing Healthy Eating Habits

1. Which one of the following choices can be added to increase the "creaminess" and nutritional value of soups without adding fat?
A. Nonfat milk
B. Creamed corn
C. Pureed root vegetables
D. Cornstarch
A?

2. Sports beverages should ideally contain
A. water, sodium, and caffeine.
B. water, carbohydrates, potassium, and sodium.
C. water, sodium, and calcium.
D. water, protein, calcium, and magnesium.
B?

3. Positive energy balance is important when
A. a child is growing.
B. weight stability is desired.
C. you're stressed.
D. weight loss is desired.
C?

4. Which one of the following choices about the nutritional value of beans is most accurate?
A. They're high in protein, fat, and sodium.
B. They're high in calories and cholesterol.
C. They're high in fat and sodium.
D. They're high in protein, fiber, and minerals.
D?
5. Which one of the following choices is the closest in size to one serving of meat?
A. A coffee mug
B. An open palm
C. A baseball
D. A deck of cards
B?
6. A person can achieve optimum daily nutrition by
A. eating a variety of healthy foods.
B. excluding all fat from his or her diet.
C. eating large amounts of lean protein.
D. drinking at least six glasses of juice.
B?
7. Which of the following conditions might occur if a female athlete attempts extreme weight loss?
A. Fluid retention and bloating
B. Osteoporosis and amenorrhea
C. Bone fractures and torn ligaments
D. Stomachaches and severe thirst
A?
8. If you use soymilk on a regular basis, you should select a variety that's
A. chocolate or vanilla flavored.
B. fortified with protein.
C. naturally fat free.
D. enriched with calcium and vitamins.
D?
9. Which one of the following statements about muscle is most accurate?
A. It weighs more than fat.
B. It weighs less than fat.
C. It weighs the same as fat.
D. Its weight in relation to fat depends on a person's fitness level.
A?
10. Using carbo-loading to increase the store of glycogen seems to benefit only those athletes who engage in aerobic activities that are
A. more than 90 minutes.
B. between 50 and 80 minutes.
C. between 30 and 60 minutes.
D. less than 20 minutes.
B?

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