6 Written questions
6 Multiple choice questions
- A rapid period of growth, usually linked with adolescence, occurs about 2 years earlier in girls
- A diet built partly or entirely on plant foods.
- Food that has been altered from its natural state by drying, freezing, boiling, canning, or other procedures.
- the body's ability to meet physical demands
- effect drug has on the way body absorbs / uses nutrients / effect food has on a way body absorbs / uses drugs
- A regular diet with modifications or restrictions (aka special diet) that must be ordered by the doctor
6 True/False questions
DIETARY GUIDELINES FOR AMERICANS → a set of nutrient intake values for healthy people in the U.S. and Canada. Used for planning and assessing diets.
FOOD INTOLERANCE → involves a response of the body's immune system to a food protein
CALORIE BALANCE → When calories consumed equal calories burned
DIETARY REFERENCE INTAKES (DRIs) → a set of guidelines about food choices developed by the United States government
CARDIOVASCULAR HEALTH → relates to the health of the heart and blood vessels, it also relates to the organs that are critically dependant on a strong blood supply
MEDICAL NUTRITION THERAPY (MNT) → a health care strategy that helps people learn to use their eating habits as part of their treatment