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School: University of North Carolina - Greensboro
Department: Nutrition and Food Sciences
Course: Introduction to Nutrition
Professor: Seth armah
Term: Fall 2016
Tags: nutrition, poverty, food, Fitness, activity, illness, and foodborne
Cost: 50
Description: This study guide has questions taken directly from what will be on the final exam! It will be beneficial for those of you wanting to make a good grade on this final exam! I formatted the questions the way he has them on the exams we have taken so far. Feel free to contact me with questions, bjwall@uncg.edu
Uploaded: 11/29/2016
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What is the illness that is caused by consumption of contaminated food?

What is produced by the kidneys to stimulate red blood cell production?

Fat should be what percent of your calories?

NTR 213 Final Exam Study Guide 1. The four components of fitness include all of the following except a. Endurance b. Strength c. Flexibility d. Heart Rate e. Body Composition 2. The concept that the body adapts to the stresses placed on it: a. Cardiorespiratory endurance b.Don't forget about the age old question of mis fsu
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Overload principle c. Enhanced activity d. Resting heart rate 3. All are benefits of exercise except: a. Prevents or delays the onset of chronic diseases b. Releases chemical endorphine  c. Increases depression and anxiety d. Improves mood, self­esteem, vigor 4. Which is a common symptom for overtraining syndrome? a. Fatigue b. Increased heart rate c. Increased metabolic rate d. Decreased self­esteem 5. All are true about aerobic metabolism except: a. Uses carbohydrates, protein, and fat b. Occurs in the mitochondria c. Occurs in the cytosol d. More efficient; produces more ATP per glucose 6. Fat should be what percent of your calories? a. 6­10% b. 20­35% c. 15­45% d. 90­100% 7. All are heat related illnesses except: a. Heat cramps b. Heat exhaustion c. Heat sweats d. Heat stroke  8. Substances, appliances, or procedures that improve athletic performance are ergogenic aids. a. True b. False 9. Caffeine enhances fatty acids release to use as a fuel source so less glycogen is used and fatigue onset is delayed. a. True  b. False  10. What is produced by the kidneys to stimulate red blood cell production? a. Erythropoietin  b. Anabolic steroids c. Creatine  d. Caffeine  11. What is the illness that is caused by consumption of contaminated food? a. Food­borne illness b. Lethargy  c. Anorexia  d. Bulimia  12. All are roles of the government with our food except: a. Set standards and establish regulations b. Taste the food to make sure it is good c. Inspect food processing and storage facilities  d. Monitor domestic and imported foods 13. All are roles of the manufacturers of our food except: a. Establish and implement a hazard analysis critical control point b. Monitor critical control points c. Fire companies for having rotten food d. Analyze food production, processing, and transport  14. What is caused by pathogens that multiply in the human body? a. Food­borne illness b. Food­borne intoxication c. Food­borne infection d. Bacteria 15.Bacteria are present in: a. Soil b. Skin c. Most surfaces in homes d. Food we eat e. All the answers are correct 16. What food­borne infection is mostly in poultry and eggs? a. Salmonella  b. Escherichia coli c. Campylobacter jejuni d. Vibrio bacteria 17. Most bacteria in food are harmless, some beneficial, and a few pathogenic. a. True b. False 18. Listeria monocytogenes can grow in hot temperatures. a. True  b. False 19. What bacterial food­borne infection grows in warm seawater? a. Listeria monocytogenes b. Salmonella c. Vibrio bacteria d. Campylobacter jejuni 20. All are true of viruses except: a. Human viruses reproduce only inside human cells b. Viruses turn human cells into virus­producing factories c. Viruses that cause human diseases cannot grow and reproduce in foods d. All are correct answers 21. What is the group of viruses called that cause the stomach flu? a. Noroviruses b. Bacteria c. Mold d. Fungus 22. What is a way to prevent parasites? a. Eating raw food b. Freezing food c. Consuming raw fish d. Thoroughly cooking food 23. Cross­contamination occurs when uncooked foods contact cooked or raw foods. a. True b. False 24. Bioaccumulation is the process by which compounds accumulate in an organism slower than they can be broken down or excreted. a. True  b. False 25. What is called the recurrent involuntary lack of food that over time may lead to malnutrition? a. Starvation b. Hunger c. Bacteria d. Infections  26. The impact of undernutrition increases in low­birth weight babies. a. True b. False 27. The number of over nourished people exceeds the number of undernourished people. a. True b. False28. What is called the widespread lack of food access resulting from a disaster? a. Famine b. Chronic shortages c. Hunger d. Poverty  29. All are causes of hunger around the world except: a. Poverty b. Overpopulation c. Underpopulation  d. Cultural practices  30. Pregnant and lactating women and small children have a high nutrient need. a. True b. False Answer Key: 1. D 2. B 3. C 4. A 5. C 6. B 7. C 8. A 9. A 10.A 11.A 12.B 13.C 14.C 15.E 16.A 17.A 18.B 19.C 20.D 21.A 22.D 23.A 24.B 25.B 26.A27.A 28.A 29.C 30.A

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