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5 Matching questions

  1. What happens to glucose in the liver?
  2. what is the "Recommended Dietary Allowances" (RDA)
  3. Process of digestive system breaking carbs into glucose
  4. essential amino acids
  5. complete proteins
  1. a gets converted to glycogen (more compact form of glucose) to store it, and it reconverts to glucose when body needs extra energy
  2. b guidelines to follow to get the proper amount of vitamins, minerals, and calories to stay healthy based on sex, age, physical activity, etc.
  3. c amino acids that come from food, not our body
  4. d foods that contain all 9 essential amino acids
  5. e breaks complex carb into glucose (simple sugar) which is absorbed in bloodstream and transported to liver, then it distributes it throughout the body (glucose = energy source). what you don't need goes to liver to store. then body gets it from liver when needed.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Vitamins, minerals, water
  2. -contain no calories
    -provide no energy
    -necessary amount of vitamins for body earned through balanced diet
  3. less than 30%
  4. Physical activity level (lifestyle & exercise)
    Metabolic rate
  5. 10% or less of daily calories

5 True/False questions

  1. Forms of carbs include:-longer supplies of energy
    -more complicated chemical structure than simple carbs


  2. food sources of fiber-move waste through digestive system
    -prevents constipation and other intestinal problems
    -might reduce risk of cancer (colon cancer)


  3. proteins-organs compound made of amino acids
    -broken down by body into amino acids
    -body produces some of the amino acids it needs, the rest come from foods we eat
    -isnt stores in body, so intake should be daily


  4. food sources of complex carbsbutter, beef, dairy


  5. Complex carbs-inorganic substances that the body cannot produce, so it comes from food
    -helps regulate important body processes such as bones absorbing calcium
    -provide no energy