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Pre-Lecture, Question 15 The hormone that allows glucose to enter cells is:
Test Bank, Question 77 One serving (3 cookies) of Pepperidge farm Chessmen cookies provides 120 calories and 18 grams of carbohydrate. What percentage of calories is from carbohydrate?
Concept Check, Question 5 Which of the following is not a monosaccharide?
Post-Lecture, Question 1 Which of the following is an example of a refined food?
Test Bank, Question 70 When soluble fiber is present in the digestive tract, the fiber binds ____ so that they are excreted rather than absorbed. This helps reduce the amount of cholesterol in the body.
Test Bank, Question 34 Which of the following conclusions can be accurately drawn from the results depicted in this visual?
Post-Lecture, Question 6 Which of the following category of complex carbohydrates is not digestible because they cannot be broken down by human digestive enzymes?
Test Bank, Question 28 Why does someone who has lactose intolerance have gastrointestinal problems, such as abdominal distension, gas, cramping, and diarrhea?
Post-Lecture, Question 16
What term is used to describe the process whereby bacteria on the teeth metabolize carbohydrates, producing tooth-damaging acids?
How It Works: Glucose Metabolism Question 4 Click here to view the How It Works animation. Cellular respiration uses oxygen to convert glucose to carbon dioxide and water and provides energy to cells in the form of _____.
Test Bank, Question 55 Based on the type of fat found in the following foods, which would be the healthiest choice for breakfast from the grains group?
Test Bank, Question 56 Which of the following types of oil is the best source of healthy, unsaturated fats?
How It Works: Lipid Transport Question 6 Click here to view the How It Works animation.
Cholesterol can be returned to the___ and synthesized into ____. Bile is stored in the gallbladder or goes through the bile duct to the small intestine and assists in the emulsification of fat from food.
Test Bank, Question 32 Which lipoprotein has the highest proportion of triglyceride?
Test Bank, Question 8 ________, when consumed in the diet, can help reduce blood cholesterol levels.
Concept Check, Question 25 A food must not contain more than _____ of cholesterol to be labeled â€œlow cholesterol.â€?
Test Bank, Question 17 The majority of lipid digestion occurs in the:
Pre-Lecture, Question 19 Eating fat can increase the number of calories you consume because
How It Works: Lipid Transport Question 5 Click here to view the How It Works animation. Chlyomicrons are transported from the intestine via the________system.
Post-Lecture, Question 11 Lipid stored in fat cells (adipose tissue) provides many benefits including
Post-Lecture, Question 11 Which of the following is not an essential function of protein?
How It Works: Digestion and Absorption of Proteins Question 2 Click here to view the How It Works animation.
______ activates conversion of pepsinogen to pepsin.
Test Bank, Question 31 The ____ amino acid is the essential amino acid that is available in the lowest concentration relative to the bodyâ€™s needs.
Test Bank, Question 6 Which of the following is the best description of nutrients provided by animal protein sources: in fiber; in saturated fat and cholesterol; in readily absorbed forms of iron, zinc, and calcium?
Concept Check, Question 2 Which of the following is found in plant foods and not animal foods?
Test Bank, Question 69 Of the following, which is the highest quality plant protein source?
Test Bank, Question 50 Why is protein-energy malnutrition more common in children than adults?
Post-Lecture, Question 14 Protein-energy malnutrition is more common in children than in adults because
Test Bank, Question 26 Review where digestive processes of protein occur. Select the letter that indicates where protein-digesting enzymes are released from this organ, which aids brush border enzymes to breakdown protein.