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5 Matching questions

  1. Relationship between diet and the leading causes of death
  2. Nutrients
  3. Nutrients that don't yield energy
  4. Energy (Calorie)-Yielding Nutrients
  5. Essential Nutrients
  1. a 1. Carbohydrate
    2. Fat
    3. Protein
  2. b Leading causes of death are chronic diseases (instead of infectious diseases), all of which have dietary components
  3. c Nutrients that must be obtained from food because the body can't make it
  4. d Substances obtained from food and used in the body to promote growth, maintenance, and repair
  5. e 1. Water
    2. Vitamins
    3. Minerals

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Chronic disease characterized by deterioration of the body organs as a result of misuse and neglect
  2. 4
  3. Provides the medium for life processes
  4. The physiological need for food
  5. Taste
    Positive associations (social gatherings, celebrations)
    Psychological needs (cravings)
    Availability (stores nearby)
    Income and food prices
    Convenience (what is fast, ready-to-eat)
    Advertising and the media (commercials, news)
    Social and cultural factors

5 True/False questions

  1. Examples of MalnutritionStarvation
    Deficiency disease (like Pellagra)


  2. Number of calories 1 gram of alcohol contains9


  3. Healthy People 2020The psychological desire to eat, often but not always accompanied by hunger


  4. OvernutritionAny condition caused by an excess, deficiency, or imbalance of calories or nutrients


  5. Function of Vitamins and MineralsRegulate the release of energy and other aspects of metabolism