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  1. When we normally speak of the "abs", which muscle are we referring to?

a.) Rectus Abdominus

b.) Latissimus Dorsi

c.) Pectoralis Major

d.) Trapezius

 

  1. About how much of the body is made up of muscle mass on average?

a.) 30%

b.) 40%

c.) 50%

d.) 60%

 

  1. ATP, the energy producing molecule in tissue, stands for Adenosine....

a.) Transmission Phosphate

b.) Triphosphate

c.) Triple Phosphate

d.) Triphosphorous

 

 

  1. What is the biggest reason your body needs protein?

a.) To increase blood flow to the heart

b.) To strengthen bones

c.) To clear out wax from the inner ear

d.) To build and maintain body tissue

  1. What is vitamin A most useful for?

a.) Building strong bones

b.) Building protein

c.) Strengthening eyesight

d.) Strengthening the immune system

 

  1. How often should you be doing some form of aerobic exercise each week?

a.) At least once a year

b.) At least three times a week for 30 minutes at a time

c.) Everyday

d.) Once a month

 

  1. Which of the following is NOT a benefit of exercising?

a.) Exercising strengthens your heart

b.) Exercising relieves stress

c.) Exercising increases your allowance

d.) Exercising increases self-esteem

  1. What is Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation?

a.) Measuring muscle mass

b.) A body building routine

c.) A type of stretching

d.) Measuring reflexes

 

 

  1. The knee extension exercise works which muscle group primarily?

a.) Leg Press

b.) Sit-Ups

c.) Squats

d.) Bench Press

  1. What’s the best way to figure out if you weigh too much or too little for your body size?

a.) Ask your doctor

b.) Ask the best looking person

c.) Ask the stranger

d.) Ask you teacher

 

  1. What are the two best abs exercises according to a recent research study?

a.) Exercise Ball

b.) Bicycle Maneuver

c.) Captain's Chair

d.) Exercise Tubing Pull

 

  1. What is the best way to lose weight effectively?

a.) Eat 3 square meals a day

b.) Cut out in-between meal snacks

c.) Eat frequent small meals every 3 hours or so

d.) Skip breakfast

 

  1. Which of these food groups are the most calories dense, that is, has the most calories per gram?

a.) Potato

b.) Carbohydrates

c.) Protein

d.) Fat

 

  1. What do we mean when we talk about the "GI" of foods?

a.) Glycemic Intel

b.) Glycemic Indioms

c.) Glycemic Intra

d.) Glycemic Index

 

  1. Which of the following techniques may improve your chances of weight loss?

a.) Drinking sufficient water to remain hydrated

b.) Recording your food intake daily

c.) Using a smaller plate

d.) All of these

 

  1. Which of these foods has the lowest GI?

a.) Oatmeal

b.) White Bread

c.) Brown rice

d.) Pineapple

 

  1. Why during strength training, it’s a bad idea to hold your breath?

a.) It causes a drop in blood sugar

b.) It reduces the amount of weight you can lift

c.) Your muscle cells become damaged when they don't receive oxygen

d.) Holding your breath during exertion can cause a rapid increase in blood pressure

 

  1. Which of the following is true when comparing muscle to fat?

a.) Muscle is denser and takes up less space than fat

b.) A pound of muscle weighs more than a pound of fat

c.) A pound of fat weighs more than a pound of muscle

d.)  Fat will become muscle once you begin a comprehensive strength training program

 

 

  1. Experts recommend you perform 'moderate-intensity' activity. The best example of that is:

a.) Washing dishes by hand

b.) Brisk walking

c.) Watering plants

d.) Running at 6.5 mph

 

  1. According to calorie control diets, how many calories must you cut from your daily intake to lose a pound in one week?

a.) 3,000

b.) 1,200

c.) 500

d.) 100

 

  1. What BMI (body mass index) range is considered healthy?

a.) 18.00-06-11

b.) 18.9-10.10

c.) 18.8-24.20

d.) 18.5-24.9

 

  1. Beans, peas, lentils, and oats are good sources of which kind of fiber?

a.) Soluble

b.) In-soluble

c.) Fiber in the diet

d.) Water-soluble fiber

  1. Which of the following dietary habits does NOT contribute to high blood pressure?

a.) A high intake of fiber

b.) A high intake of calcium

c.) A high intake of fat

d.) A high intake of protein

 

  1. How many calories are equal to one pound of body fat?

a.) 4,000

b.) 5,000

c.) 3,500

d.) 5,000

 

  1. What does it mean to "get in shape"?

a.) Jump until you drop

b.) Exercise everyday

c.) Eat a lot of food

d.) Getting fit means different things depending on your approach and

 

  1. Weight training is also called?

a.) strength training

b.) Bodyweight training

c.) resistance training

d.) All of the above

 

  1. The lunge is basically a giant step. The exercise can be done without weights, Lunges work in?

a.) legs and chest

b.) Upper leg muscles

c.) in Chest

d.) muscles of the buttocks

 

  1. What Exercises Do to Get Rid of a Flat Butt?

a.) Tones your behind

b.) Jumping on a stepmill

c.) Hitting the stairs

d.) All of the above

 

  1. How high should you elevate your heart rate during an aerobic (cardio) workout?

a.) Between 60% and 85%

b.) Between 70% and 90%

c.) Between 80% and 85%

d.) Between 50% and 70%

 

 

  1. How many pounds of calcium are in the average adult body?

a.) 5-8 pounds

b.) 2-3 pounds

c.) 4-5 pounds

d.) 2-3 pounds

 

  1. Individuals who do not absorb vitamin B-12 properly might have what condition?

a.) Permicious anemia

b.) Cancer

c.) High fever

d.) Obesity

 

  1. What is Scarsdale Diet?

a.) After 6 habits

b.) Perfect diet for people who don't want to go hungry and need to lose more than a couple pounds

c.) Eating a lot of vegies

d.) No PORK-MEAT Diet

 

  1. It takes about ________ hours for food to be broken down in the human stomach.

a.) 3

b.) 2

c.) 1

d.) 4

 

 

34._________ causes more muscle damage and soreness than concentric movement.

a.) Strength training

b.) Exercise Tubing Pull

c.) Eccentric exercise

d.) Exercise ball

 

 

  1. Which training affects the Heart in Different Ways?

a.) Weight Training and Aerobic Training

b.) Aerobic Training

c.) Strength training

d.) Cardiovascular training

 

  1. How many different nutrients does your body need each day?

a.) 45 nutrients

b.) 65 nutrients

c.) 50 nutrients

d.) 40 nutrients

 

37._______ is one of the most sought after strength training exercises

a.) Fat Burning Exercises

b.) Abdominal Exercises

c.) Aerobic Exercise

d.) Workout Routines

  1. The best benefit of Exercising is?

a.) to become a model

b.) to be popular

c.) to be beautiful

d.) to lose weight

 

  1. Exercising helps you boost your ________.

a.) metabolism

b.) confidence

c.) power

d.) energy

 

  1. To lose weight faster by eating less of?

a.) Diary

b.) Carbohydrates

c.) Saturated fat

d.) Sodium

 

  1. What is the Pilates Method of exercising?

a.) typically defined as an exercise regimen that uses several modes of training to develop a specific component of fitness

b.) training workout routine involves performing compound exercises

c.) Balanced development of the body through core strength, flexibility, and awareness

d.) To develop muscle and security awareness

 

  1. How much water that the individual should drink per day?

a.) One liters a day

b.) Eight liters a day

c.) Four liters a day

d.) Two liters a day

 

  1. What is functional strength training?

a.) to enhance the relationship between your body’s muscular and nervous systems

b.) develop a specific component of fitness

c.) to develop a specific component of fitness; in this instance

d.) to transport and use oxygen during incremental exercise

 

  1. Who created the Deal a Meal weight loss program?

a.) Linda Moore

b.) Richard Simmons

c.) Jason Green

d.) Jacob Smith

 

  1. This “super food” is rich in magnesium, which helps to lower your blood pressure:

a.) Sweet potatoes

b.) Eggs

c.) Unsalted pumpkin seeds

d.) Pomegranate

 

  1. Avocados can serve as your secret weight loss partner because they are high in?

a.) Iron

b.) Vitamin C

c.) Calcium

d.) Healthy fats

 

  1. Encouraging people to eat the "good carbs and good fats" is part of which famous diet system?

a.) South Beach Diet

b.) Water Therapy

c.) Low card Diet

d.) Zone Diet

48."Food is a drug" is a saying used by which diet icon?

a.) Richard Simmons

b.) Barry Sears

c.) Dr. Dean Ornish

d.) Sarah Fergison

 

  1. Which measurement is a better indicator of your health?

a.) Your Arm

b.) Your waist size

c.) Your weight

d.) Your Legs

 

  1. Muscle burns how many more calories than fat:

a.) 2 times more calories

b.) 3 times more calories

c.) 0 – Fat burns more calories than muscle

d.) 4 times more calories

  1. While all exercise is good for you, this physical activity may help control the amount of food you eat?

a.) Sex

b.) Yoga

c.) Sprinting intervals

d.) Strength training

 

  1. Eating post-workout carbohydrates and protein increases your?

a.) Salary

b.) Growth Hormone

c.) Stability

d.) Flexibility

 

  1. How will you determine the number of fat cells in your body?

a.) By height

b.) By Age

c.) By Birth

d.) By calories

  1. What are powerful motivation and a great way to remember to keep an exercise appointment?

a.) Working out with a Boys

b.) Going to gym everyday

c.) Jagging

d.) Working out with a friend or spouse

  1. Which of the foods below does not contain healthy fats that will help keep you satisfied?

a.) Peaches

b.) Salmon

c.) Walnuts

d.) Olives

  1. People who do this activity are more likely to lose weight than those who do not?

a.) Journal about their progress

b.) Weigh them frequently

c.) Consume mainly “fat-free” foods

d.) Drink a lot of water

  1. Eating this for breakfast will help prevent you from gorging in the afternoon

a.) Bran Cereal

b.) Oatmeal

c.) a piece of citrus fruit

d.) One cup of rice

 

  1. Overweight people who drank this beverage for breakfast ate fewer calories during the day

a.) Whole Milk

b.) Orange Juice

c.) Skim Milk

d.) Grape Juice

 

  1. You shouldn’t eat after this time at night to lose more weight?

a.) 6pm

b.) 9pm

c.) 10

d.) 7pm

  1. Excess weight, especially in the absence of regular exercise, tends to increase the risk of:

a.) Heart attack

b.) Stroke

c.) Cancer

d.) All of the above

 

  1. Which of the following can boost your metabolic rate?

a.) A high-protein diet

b.) A high fat diet

c.) A high-carbohydrate diet

d.) None of the above

 

  1. What is your metabolism?

a.) The rate at which you burn calories

b.) The processes your body uses to convert or use energy

c.) The rate at which you consume calorie

d.) None of the above

 

  1. Which of the following can influence your metabolism?

a.) Lifestyle

b.) Genetics

c.) Age

d.) All of the above

 

  1. Your metabolism is controlled mainly by your ______.

a.) Heart

b.) Heart

c.) Thyroid

d.) Pancreas

 

  1. What is the most effective method for losing weight?

a.) Exercise

b.) Amputation

c.) Dehydration

d.) Exercise

  1. How many servings of fruit and vegetables should you eat each day?

a.) Six to 10

b.) One or two

c.) 15 to 20

d.) Three or four

 

67 Which of these foods actually contains negative calories?

a.) Apples

b.) Celery

c.) Plain grilled chicken

d.) Chicken wings

 

  1. What smell made some research subjects feel more vigorous and less frustrated with their exercise workouts?

a.) sulfur

b.) jasmine

c.) peppermint

d.) spaghetti

 

  1. Which of the following has the highest antioxidant potential?

a.) raspberries

b.) strawberries

c.) bread

d.) prunes

 

  1. What are the percentages of the target heart rate zone?

a.) 60-80%

b.) 55-75%

c.) 50-70%

d.) 40-80%

 

  1. How many kilograms in 25 pound Dumbbell weighs?

a.) 12 kgs

b.) 11 kgs

c.) 13 kgs

d.) 14 kgs

 

  1. Which of these is a good way to lose weight while staying healthy?

a.) Completely eliminate all fats from your meals

b.) Don't eat anything- fast!

c.) Eat frequent small meals every 3 hours or so

d.) Skip breakfast

  1. Which of these is not normally a result of overtraining?

a.) Injuries

b.) Loss of motivation

c.) Loss of muscle mass

d.) Bigger muscles and faster fat los

  1. Which of these weight training programs is DEFINITELY not recommended for optimal results?

a.) Lift weight 7 days a week - don't let your results backslide.

b.) Lift 5 times a week, one muscle group per day

c.) Lift 2 days, rest 1, lift 2 days, and rest 2. Split routine

d.) Lift 2 days, rest 1, lift 2 days, and rest 2. Split routine

 

  1. Which is the best time to perform a workout to get maximum health benefits?

a.) Afternoon

b.) Early morning

c.) Duck

d.) Lunch Time

 

  1. What is the maximum percentage of fat that a healthy man must have in his body?

a.) 20%

b.) 5%

c.) 15%

d.) 10%

  1. The commonest form of exercise which helps to maintain body fitness is:

a.) Aerobics

b.) Jogging

c.) Pushups

d.) Walking

 

  1. Which form of exercise was founded in India?

a.) Yoga

b.) Aerobics

c.) Kata

d.) Tai Chi

 

  1. Which type of food must be avoided before a workout as it may cause dehydration?

a.) Salty food

b.) Sugary food

c.) Oily food

d.) Spicy food

81. The maximum limit of fat intake prescribed by the American Health Association is:

a.) 50% of the total calorie intake

b.) 40% of the total calorie intake

c.) 30% of the total calorie intake

d.) 20% of the total calorie intake

  1. The most common fitness related complaint in women as they age is:

a.) Arthritis

b.) Diabetes

c.) Palpitation

d.) Obesity

 

  1. Which test is employed in most gymnasiums to assure that the person is not exercising beyond his or her physical limit?

a.) Checking whether the person can still carry on a conversation

b.) Checking the pulse rate

c.) Checking whether the person is wheezing or panting

d.) Checking the amount of sweat

 

  1. Which dieting method will lead to long-term weight loss?

a.) Drastically cutting your daily intake of food

b.) Reducing your percentage of calories from fats and carbohydrates

c.) Cutting out all carbohydrates

d.) Cutting out all fats

 

  1. Which of the following will not cause you to eat less at a meal?

a.) Exercising before eating

b.) Using a smaller plate

c.) Eating at a slower pace

d.) Drinking water during the meal

 

  1. What is the best way to burn fat?

a.) Add lots of carbohydrates to your diet

b.) Perform a few extra cardiovascular activities per week

c.) Add lots of carbohydrates to your diet

d.) Perform intense exercise at least three times per week

 

  1. What is not a benefit of intense exercise such as weight lifting?

a.) Your body will metabolize carbohydrates more efficiently

b.) Over time you will burn more calories as muscle mass increases

c.) Your body continues to burn calories long after the exercise is finished

d.) You will burn fat during the actual exercise

 

 

  1. Which part of the day is best to balance your meals?

a.) Have your largest meal in the middle of the day

b.) Have your largest meal within three hours of waking and your last meal at least four hours before sleep

c.) Spread your meals out evenly throughout the day

d.) Have your largest meal shortly before sleep

 

  1. What is the best way to prevent over eating?

a.) Take supplements to curb appetite

b.) Drink lots of water

c.) Reduce stress and perform activities where it's impossible to eat such as a long walk

d.) Eating snacks to reduce hunger

 

  1. Which eating habit will lead to the most weight-loss?

a.) Eating four to six smaller meals per day

b.) Fasting for three days

c.) Skipping one meal per day

d.) Eating three meals per day

 

  1. Which nutrient, found in bread, pasta and cereals if taken in inadequate amounts could lead to birth defects?

a.) Folic acid

b.) Calcium

c.) Lactic acid

d.) Vitamin A

 

  1. What are the two main types of diet pills?

a.) Narcotics and stimulants

b.) Diuretics and stimulants

c.) Diuretics and herbal

d.) Narcotics and stimulants

 

  1. Which disease preventing nutrient would be lacking in an extreme low carbohydrate diet?

a.) Vitamin A

b.) Amino acids

c.) phyto-chemicals

d.) Sodium

  1. What are two known dangers of diet pills?

a.) Stomach and intestinal damage

b.) Bone and muscle damage

c.) Brain and nerve damage

d.) Liver and kidney damage

 

  1. Which organ in the body cannot directly burn fat and can be hindered in a low carbohydrate diet?

a.) Brain

b.) Skin

c.) Muscle

d.) Liver

 

  1. This crunch is an effective exercise for developing the abs, and is performed by crunching enough so that the hands move 6 inches across the ground.

a.) Crunch, Elevated Legs

b.) Crunch, Hands to Floor

c.) Crunch, Knee Hug

d.) Crunch, Straight Leg

 

  1. This is a unique way of exercising the abdominal muscles and is good for beginners?

a.) Ab Crunch Machine

b.) Core Exercises

c.) Ab Crunch Machine

d.) Back Exercises

 

  1. A state of extreme hunger resulting from lack of essential nutrients over a prolonged period.

a.) Cancer

b.) Thirsty

c.) Stress

d.) Starvation

99. A _______ refers to willful nutritional restriction (except water) for more than 12 waking hour.

a.) Crash diet

b.) Intermittent fasting

c.) Bulimia nervosa

d.) Enterostatin

 

  1. This is an effective training tool to increase muscular strength and joint range-of-motion?

a.) Core Workout

b.) Stability Ball Workout

c.) TRX Suspension Training

d.) Total Body Workout

 

 

  1. This type of workout combines both aerobics and strength training into one workout session.

a.) Weight Loss Workouts

b.) Interval Training Workouts

c.) Circuit Training Workouts

d.) Interval Workout Beginner 1

  1. These aerobic exercises add short periods of high intense spurts of aerobics like running or sprinting.

a.) Strength training

b.) Circuit Training Workouts

c.) Weight Loss Workouts

d.) Interval Training Workouts

 

  1. This is a simple and effective full body workout that requires just you and a skipping rope.

a.) Jump Rope Conditioning

b.) Cardio Core Blast

c.) Bride-2-Be Boot camp

d.) Abdominal Exercises

 

  1. This workout is designed to improve overall conditioning and promote fat loss.

a.) Core Conditioning Workout

b.) Burpee/Row Conditioning

c.) Total Body Weight Workout

d.) Super Strength

 

  1. This is a challenging full body workout that focuses on strength.

a.) Beginner Metabolic Boost Work-Out

b.) Nothing but Bodyweight

c.) Super Strength

d.) The Body Weight Toning Workout

 

  1. What is the ideal body weight for a six-foot-tall man with average bone structure?

a.) 220 pounds

b.) 195 pounds

c.) 200 pounds

d.) 178 pounds

 

  1. How many calories (kcal) is equivalent to one pound?

a.) 3500

b.) 2000

c.) 1000

d.) 3000

 

  1. This is designed to burn calories and help tone and tighten up the body.

a.) More Junk in the Trunk

b.) Kick butt Cardio Workout

c.) Intermediate Beach Body Workout

d.) Kettle bell Conditioning Complex

  1. This is an intermediate core conditioning exercise that targets the abs and oblique.

a.) Ab Crunch

b.) Hollow Rocks

c.) Ab Crunch w/ Stability Ball

d.) Abdominal Crunch-Up

 

  1. This is an intermediate abdominal exercise that that targets the abs and oblique.

a.) More Junk in the Trunk

b.) Super Strength

c.) Abdominal Hip Thrusts

d.) Core Workout

 

  1. What percentage of Sandusky County youth are considered obese, according to Body Mass index (BMI) by age for males and females?

a.) 7%

b.) 26%

c.) 62%

d.) 17%

 

  1. Which of the following does NOT raise HDL (Good Cholesterol)?

a.) Salmon

b.) Red wine

c.) Psyllium supplement

d.) Exercise

 

  1. Which of the following nutrients is an antioxidant that can be found in the soil?

a.) Vitamin C

b.) Selenium

c.) Beta-carotene

d.) Co-enzyme Q10

 

  1. Which food below contains the most protein?

a.) 3 oz. Steak

b.) 2 tbsp. Peanut Butter

c.) 1 cup Cottage Cheese

d.) 1 cup Baked Beans

 

  1. Which of the following foods has the lowest glycemic index?

a.) Popcorn

b.) Apple

c.) Lentils

d.) Barley

 

  1. This is a beginner level lower body exercise that targets the glute ad quads.

a.) Air Squats

b.) Alternating Beach Lunges

c.) Abdominal V-Ups

d.) More Junk In The Trunk

 

  1. This is a beginner level core exercise that targets the abs and oblique.

a.) Abdominal Crunch-Up

b.) Alternating Toe Taps

c.) Air Squats

d.) Hollow Rocks

 

  1. This is one of the best ways to help prevent and relieve joint pain caused by arthritis, according to MayoClinic.com.

a.) EXERCISES FOR THE KNEES & ARMS

b.) EXERCISES FOR THE ARMS & LEGS

c.) EXERCISES FOR THE CHEST & MUSCLES

d.) EXERCISES FOR THE KNEES & CHEST

 

  1. This exercise targets the anterior, posterior and lateral deltoids in a rotational movement that also strengthens rotator cuff muscles.

a.) Assisted Hamstring Stretch

b.) Back Extension with Twist

c.) Around the World

d.) Back Extension

 

  1. This is a great beginner exercise that helps to strengthen the lower back.

a.) Back Extension with Twist

b.) Abdominal Crunch-Up

c.) Abdominal V-Ups

d.) Back Extension

 

  1. This is the class of diseases that involve the heart or blood vessels (arteries and veins)

a.) Cardiovascular disease

b.) Arthritis and related conditions

c.) Chronic disease

d.) Colorectal cancer

 

  1. This is persistent or recurring disease, usually affecting a person for three months or longer.

a.) Colorectal cancer

b.) Chronic disease

c.) Arthritis and related conditions

d.) Cardiovascular disease

 

  1. This are one of the best exercises you can do and should be included in every strength program.

a.) Barbell Trunk Twist

b.) Barbell Military Press

c.) Barbell Squats

d.) Barbell Front Squats

 

  1. This is a program designed to increase the work capacity of a triathlete?

a.) Tough Mudder Prep

b.) MMA Conditioning

c.) Intermediate Core Conditioning

d.) Triathlon Strength Program

  1. Which food that more effective in burning calories and excellent for the heart?

a.) CAYENNE PEPPER

b.) DANDELION

c.) APPLE CIDER VINEGAR

d.) OATMEAL

 

  1. If you needed a good source of iron, this food would be the best.

a.) Salt

b.) Liver

c.) Vitamins

d.) Avocado

 

  1. What is the name for all the chemical reactions that take place in the body

a.) nutrition

b.) absorption

c.) metabolism

d.) digestion

 

  1. These are compounds that help protect cells from free radicals.

a.) calories

b.) nutrients

c.) phytochemicals

d.) antioxidants

 

  1. This is one of the most common health problems that comes from being overweight.

a.) High blood pressure

b.) Low blood pressure

c.) Fainting

d.) Vertigo

 

  1. In the USA, obesity is the second leading cause of preventable death after this one.

a.) Stress

b.) Smoking

c.) Pollution

d.) Drugs

  1. Which of the following has the most fat?

a.) Parmesan

b.) Cottage Cheese

c.) American Blue Cheese

d.) Feta

 

  1. What does being obese in some countries with food shortages symbolize?

a.) Divinity

b.) Well-being

c.) Wisdom

d.) Wealth

 

  1. At what time in a woman's life is she most likely to gain the most weight?

a.) During pregnancy

b.) Before her menstruation

c.) During menopause

d.) After the age of 60

 

  1. This routines focus on basics and helps build framework that intermediate and expert levels rely on.

a.) Intermediate

b.) Novice

c.) Expert

d.) Pilates

 

  1. According to www.menshealth.com, the first way to lose weight is?

a.) Eat More!

b.) Just Say No to Starches

c.) Always Eat a Man's Breakfast

d.) Think Before You Eat

  1. Which fats should you cut back on to lose weight?

a.) Saturated fat

b.) Unsaturated fat

c.) faty Acids

d.) All fats

  1. To lose weight faster, drink water when?

a.) Mostly before noon

b.) After meals

c.) Every Morning

d.) Before meals

 

  1. How long after eating should it take before you feel full?

a.) 15-20 minutes

b.) 15-10 minutes

c.) 10-15 minutes

d.) 10-20 minutes

 

  1. Which CARBS you should avoid to lose weight?

a.) Ditch carbs

b.) Carbs in processed foods

c.) As many carbs as possible

d.) All carbs

 

  1. How much of the recommended intake of protein should be from seafood?

a.) 5%

b.) 40%

c.) 20%

d.) 60%

  1. Which of these seafood should we not eat more of?

a.) Lobster

b.) Salmon

c.) Shrimp

d.) King mackerel

 

  1. Which of the following is a whole grain?

a.) Popcorn

b.) Couscous

c.) Multigrain bread

d.) Corn tortilla

 

  1. Which of the following is not an added sugar?

a.) Honey

b.) Fructose

c.) Maple syrup

d.) High-fructose corn syrup

 

  1. Which of the following are whole grains that may be listed as ingredients on a food label?

a.) Whole-grain triticale

b.) Quinoa

c.) Wild rice

d.) All of the above

144. Which of these is solid fat?

a.) Butter

b.) Chicken fat

c.) Hydrogenated oils

d.) All of the above

  1. Which of these is a good strategy to decrease the amount of food you eat at a party?

a.) Get away from the food table before starting a conversation

b.) Plan a big meal after the party

c.) Go to fewer parties

d.) Insist on bringing your own food to parties

 

  1. Eggs are a good source for which of the following?

a.) Vitamin A

b.) Vitamin D

c.) Vitamin B

d.) Vitamin C

 

  1. Which of these fatty foods is healthiest for cooking?

a.) Butter

b.) Margarine

c.) Canola oil

d.) Lard

 

  1. Super foods are foods that are...

a.) Rich in antioxidants

b.) Rich in nutrients

c.) Scientifically proven to prevent cancer

d.) None of the above

 

  1. Which type of fish is the best source of EPA and DHA omega-3 fatty acids?

a.) Salmon

b.) Cod

c.) Flounder

d.)  King mackerel

  1. In addition to being high in antioxidants, blueberries are also a good source of which of the following?

a.) Vitamins A and C

b.) Vitamin C and fiber

c.) Vitamin C and iron

d.) All of the above

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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