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HPX 205 CH 7
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When assessing a person's metabolic rate, the ___________ metabolic rate is calculated if the person has not fasted and/or not rested for 12 hours prior to the test.
(T/F) Using BMI to assess healthy body weight differentiates between lean tissue and fat tissue.
(T/F) Using BMI to assess healthy body weight is a quick screening test for overweight or obesity.
(T/F) Using BMI to assess healthy body weight supplies values which apply to both men and women.
(T/F) Using BMI to assess healthy body weight is easy and convenient.
Which macronutrient has a thermic effect of 20-30% of kcal consumed? (Highest TEF)
Which macronutrient has a thermic effect of 5-10% of kcal consumed? (Second Highest TEF)
Which macronutrient has a thermic effect of 0-3% of kcal consumed? (Lowest TEF)
The ability of the body to regulate body temperature within narrow limits as a result of fidgeting, shivering and maintaining body posture is called what?
Direct calorimetry estimates what based on the predictable relationship between oxygen consumption and the body's use of energy?
What happens to a person with a negative net energy balance?
They lose weight
What happens to a person with a positive net energy balance?
They gain weight
What classification is used for someone with a BMI of 18.5 or less?
What classification is used for someone with a BMI of 18.5 to 24.9?
What classification is used for someone with a BMI of 25.0-29.9?
What classification is used for someone with a BMI of 30.0 to 39.9?
What classification is used for someone with a BMI of 40.0 or more?
How many kcal in 1 lb of fat?
Upper-body obesity is also termed apple-shape, android and ___________ obesity.
What kind of diet includes the following characteristics?:
1) Provides fewer kcal with the same volume.
2) Promotes low-energy-density foods.
3) Emphasis is on fruits and vegetables.
What form of metabolism requires fewer daily kcal, readily stores fat and provides a built-in safeguard against starvation?
What factor decreases basal metabolism?
Low calorie intake
What is the OTC version of medication orlistat?
What happens to energy levels as an adult ages?
The Roux-en-Y gastric bypass procedure requires removal of what?
Short segment of small intestine.
The Roux-en-Y gastric bypass procedure requires reducing the stomach to what size?
about 30 ml
What is the resting metabolic rate compared to the basal metabolic rate?
What does RMR stand for?
Resting Metabolic Rate
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