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PS 2 question list 1 Which statement is TRUE regarding Healthy People 2020 A It is revised every 20 years by the Department of Health and Human Services B It aims to eliminate health disparities and improve access to health education C It explains the ve food groups D It is revised frequently by the US Department of Agriculture 2 Which of the following is TRUE about MyPIate A It emphasizes the six basic food groups B It has a speci c place for healthy fats and oils C It shapes the key recommendations of the dietary guidelines into an applicable visual D It is intended to stand alone as a source of dietary advice E It emphasizes grains 3 Which of the following is FALSE about the typical American diet A It is typically low in protein and ber B It is usually excessive in total calories and saturated fat C It usually has more fats and oils than necessary D It is typically low in calcium iron and potassium 4 Which of the following is NOT a high nutrient density food A Maple syrup B black beans C low fat milk D oranges E salmon 5 The average caloric intake for a male aged 9 13 is estimated to be 2279 calories per day Which Dietary Reference Intake DRI term best represents this nutrient statement A RDA B AI C EER D UL E EAR 6 Nonpregnant females are advised to have 60 mg of Vitamin C per day This amount meets the needs of 97 of this age and gender group and is based on extensive scienti c data Which Dietary Reference Intake DRI term best represents this nutrient statement A RDA B Al C EER D UL E EAR 7 Adult men are advised to have 120 micrograms of Vitamin K per day and women 90 micrograms There is not enough research to make a more de nitive recommendation but this amount appears to maintain nutritional health Which Dietary Reference Intake DRI term best represents this nutrient statement A RDA B Al C EER D UL E EAR 8 Adults are advised to limit intake of synthetic folate to 1000 micrograms per day out of concern that higher amounts could mask vitamin B12 de ciency Which Dietary Reference Intake DRI term best represents this nutrient statement A RDA B Al C EER D UL E EAR 9 Which nutrient is OPTIONAL on a Nutrition Facts panel A sodium B calcium C trans fats D potassium E ber 10 The amount of nutrients that will satisfy the needs of half of the people in any one agegender group is known as the A EAR B EED C RDA D AI E DV 11 The daily nutrient intake amounts suf cient to meet the needs of nearly all individuals in a life stage is called A Recommended Dietary Allowance B Estimated Average Requirement C Dietary Guidelines for Americans D Acceptable Macronutrient Distribution Range 12 These provide recommended percentages of energy intake for carbohydrate protein and fat A Recommended Dietary Allowance B Estimated Average Requirement C Dietary Guidelines for Americans D Acceptable Macronutrient Distribution Range 13 The set of scienti cally based recommendations designed to promote health and reduce the risk for many chronic diseases through diet and physical activity is known as the A Recommended Dietary Allowance B Estimated Average Requirement C Dietary Guidelines for Americans D Acceptable Macronutrient Distribution Range 14 An Adequate Intake AI is set for a nutrient when A too little research is available to establish an RDA B the needs during pregnancy decline instead of increase C the need for a nutrient depends on total calories eaten D the nutrient has a high potential for being toxic 15 The Recommended Dietary Allowances RDAs for nutrients are A the minimum amounts needed by an average 70kg man B twice as high as almost everyone needs C average requirements for a population D designed to meet the nutrient needs of 97 to 98 of individuals in a speci c life stage 16 Foods that provide a greater contribution to nutrient needs than calorie needs are said to be A empty calorie B energy dense C calorie dense D nutrient dense 17 The nutrient standards used on Nutrition Facts panels are called A Recommended Dietary Allowances B Daily Values C Estimated Average Requirements D Dietary Reference Intakes 18 Food components that must be listed on the Nutrition Facts panel include A sugars dietary ber and zinc B sugars dietary ber and calcium C sugars dietary ber and monounsaturated fat D sugars calcium and Bvitamins 19 To be de ned as a quotgoodquot source of calcium a food must contain A at least 5 of the Daily Value for calcium in 1 serving of the food B at least 10 of the Daily Value for calcium in 1 serving of the food C at least 30 of the Daily Value for calcium in 1 serving of the food D at least 50 of the Daily Value for calcium in 1 serving of the food 20 What type of claim is quotcalcium builds strong bones and teethquot A Structurefunction claim B Health claim C Nutrient claim D Quali edpreliminary health claim 21 Factors that affect the amount of nutrients in foods include A farming conditions B ripeness of plants when harvested C cooking processes D length of time food is stored E All of these factors affect nutrient content of foods 22 Energydense foods are A high in water B high in calories C high in ber D high in volume 23 What eating behavior does MyPlate encourage A Make half your plate vegetables B Make half your plate grains C Make at least half your grains whole grains D Switch to fatfree or lowfat milk E Both 3 and 4 24 Which nutrients are contributed by the fruit group of MyPIate A folate B calcium C zinc D protein 25 Which nutrients are contributed by the protein foods group of MyPIate A iron B calcium C vitamin C D folate
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