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HS 201 Chptr 8 quizshow
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environments that promote increased food intake, unhealthy foods, and physical inactivity; it refers to conditions that lead people to become excessively fat.
25.0 to 29.9 BMI 10% higher body weight than rercommended
30 or higher BMI 20% higher body weight than recommended
Morbid obesity BMI
40 or higher bmi body weight 100% over recommended levels
refers to having a body weight more than 10 percent below healthy recommended levels; in an adult, a BMI below 18.5 equals underweight.
Body mass index
weight (kg)/height squared (m2)
People with healthy weights are those with BMIs of 18.5 to 25
What term refers to a body weight that is more
than 20% over recommended for health?
Body mass index (BMI) is a description of
body weight in relationship to
Normal weight is classified as a BMI of
less than 18.
18.5 to 24.9.
25 to 29.9.
less than 30.
Men who exceed ________ body fat are considered overweight.
Which method of determining body
composition uses air displacement?
Bioelectric impedance analysis
Dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry
Research indicates that a waistline greater
than ____ inches in men, can indicate a health risk.
A waist-to-hip ratio greater than ____ in
women indicates a health risk.
Which method of measuring body fat requires a skilled technician to ensure accuracy?
Environmental factors that increase the rise
of obesity include all of the following except
misleading food labels.
All of the following factors decrease the
likelihood of obesity except
The rate of energy expenditure by a body
at complete rest in a neutral environment
is the _____ metabolic rate.
Which hormone is believed to play a role
in appetite stimulation?
How many calories make up 1 pound of fat?
Which of the following is not a factor in
determining the number of calories spent
Time of day
Number of muscles used
Amount of weight moved
Length of activity
time of day
Which surgical procedure is characterized as a malabsorption surgery?
If an individual consumed 140 calories more
than needed every day, how long would it
take to gain 1 pound?
Discuss reasons why athletes are among
those at highest risk for eating disorders.
Perfectionism or need for high
Pressure to achieve ideal physique
for optimal performance
Pressure from coaches and/or parents
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