Chapter 24 Nutrition
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The process of taking nutrients into the body is called:
The cholesterol considered to be the "good" type is:
The nutrient that primarily builds and heals body tissue is:
The vitamin that promotes red blood cell production is:
The organization that developed guidelines to assist people in making healthy food choices is the:
A clear liquid diet includes the following EXCEPT:
Metabolism is the process of:
using the nurtrients from the bloodstream to produce energy
The fat-soluble vitamin that promotes blood clotting is:
A person on a low-cholesterol diet should avoid which of the following food groups?
The mineral responsible for proper bone and tooth development is:
Which of the following nutrients has the highest amount of calories per gram?
A patient diagnosed with hypertension will usually benefit from a diet low in:
Which of the following diets is recommended for a patient diagnosed with gout?
The substance necessary for hemoglobin to transport oxygen in the blood is:
The process by which nutrients leave the gastrointestinal system and enter the bloodstream is:
An example of a saturated fat is:
A patient diagnosed with hypokalemia should increase the intake of:
The mineral iodine is an essential substance for the proper fuction of which one of the following organs?
Night blindness can be caused by a deficiency of:
The diet recommended for the treatment of ulcers is:
A clear liquid diet is indicated for which of the following?
A patient with diarrhea
A low-fat diet would be recommended to treat:
Ascorbic acid is also known as vitamin:
Which of the following may be prevented with proper amounts of vitamin D in the diet?
Persons who need to limit their intake of iodine in the body will want to avoid: