Nutrition Unit Exam
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by Amelia Johnson
| 45 Questions
1
1 pt
Which of the following is a source of complete protein?
A Eggs
B Beans
C Spaghetti with tomato sauce
D Walnuts
2
1 pt
Which of the following is a source of simple carbohydrates?
A Rice
B Corn
C Apple
D Chicken
3
1 pt
Which of the following are responsible for strengthing bones and teeth?
A Vitamins
B Minerals
C Fats
D Proteins
4
1 pt
Which of the following is an accurate statement about cholesterol?
A Cholesterol is not used by the body
B Certain foods can raise your cholesterol levels
C A low-cholesterol diet can lead to stroke and heart disease
D Saturated fats tend to lower the body's level of cholesterol

5
1 pt
All of the following are recommended ways to maintain good health EXCEPT...
A Eating a variety of food
B Avoiding foods high in fat and calories
C Avoiding too much sugar
D Adding sodium to your diet
6
1 pt
Which of the following can be a sign of hunger?
A stomach rumblings
B headaches
C irritability
D answers a, b and c above
7
1 pt
Which is not a nutrient?
A Fiber
B Fats
C Carbohydrates
D Minerals
8
1 pt
According to the text (Chapter 4, Lesson 1), the ABC's of Nutrition are...
A Aim for fitness, Build a Healthy Base and Choose sensibly
B Aim for Fiber, Build a balanced kdiet and Choose less fat
C Aim for all food groups, Build a better body, and Choose les fat
D Avoid too much sugar, Build your own plate, and Count calories
9
1 pt
Which of teh following foods contain unsaturated fats?
A Cheese
B Butter
C Steak
D Corn
10
1 pt
Which of the following are the nutrients?
A Calories, Fiber, Protein, Vitamins, Minerals and Water
B Carbohydrates, Fiber, Protein, Vitamins, Minerals and Water
C Carbohydrates, Fats, Protein, Vitamins, Minerals and Water
D Calories, Fat, Protein, Vitamins, Minerals and Water
11
1 pt
Micro nutrients include, Carbohydrates, Fats and Protein.
True
False
12
1 pt
Macro nutrients provide the body with energy.
True
False
13
1 pt
On a Nutrition Facts Panel, daily values of nutrients...
A Are listed as percentages
B Dependent upon the gener and age of the person
C Are shown in calories
D Refer to the total fat content
14
1 pt
All of the follwoing are recommended ways to get the nutrients you need EXCEPT...
A Avoid skipping meals
B Eliminate junk foods in your diet
C Watch portion sizes
D Balance your nutrients and food groups over time
15
1 pt
Digestion is...
A The process by which food is eliminated from the body
B Digesting
C The process by which food is broken down by the body to be used as fuel
D Nutrients being absorbed by the large intestines
16
1 pt
Digestion begins in the...
A Stomach
B Mouth
C Esophagus
D Liver

17
1 pt
Food reaches your stomach...
A Before the breakdown of carbohydrates begin
B Before the digestive process begins
C After going through the esophagus
D After going through the small intestines
18
1 pt
Most nutrients are absorbed in the...
A large intestines
B small intestines
C stomach
D pancreas
19
1 pt
The large intestines absorbs water and salt.
True
False
20
1 pt
One of the health concerns associated with Obesity is...
A Diabetes
B Hearing loss
C Tooth Decay
D Influenza
21
1 pt
Found in protein and dairy products and usually solid at room temperature
A Nutrients
B Carbohydrates
C Saturated Fats
D Unsaturated Fats
22
1 pt
Starches and sugars that provide energy
A Nutrients
B Carbohydrartes
C Saturated fats
D Unsaturated Fats
23
1 pt
Nutrients that repair body cells and tissues
A Vitamins
B Calories
C BMI
D Proteins
24
1 pt
A way to assess one's body size by taking into account height, gender and weight.
A Vitamins
B Calories
C BMI
D Proteins
25
1 pt
A unit of heat that measures the energy available in foods.
A Vitamins
B Calories
C BMI
D Proteins
26
1 pt
Check all that apply. These foods go in the Vegetable group
A Carrots
B Apples
C Lettuce
D Kale
E Lemon
F Broccoli
G Onion

27
1 pt
Check all that apply. These foouds go in the Protein (meat, beans, alternative) group
A Hummus
B Salmon
C Mango
D Rice
E Chicken
F Eggs
G Lentils
28
1 pt
Choose all that apply. These foods go in the Dairy group.
A Cottage cheese
B Avacado
C Yogurt
D 2% Milk
E Eggs
F Ice Cream
G Frosted Flakes cereal
29
1 pt
Choose all that apply. These foods go in the Grain group.
A Rice
B Frosted Flakes cereal
C Bagel
D Corn
E Wheat chex
F Corn tortilla
G Flour tortilla
30
1 pt
Using the Nutrition Facts Label answer questions 30-35

What is the serving size?
31
1 pt
Using the Nutrition Facts Label answer questions 30-35

How many servings per container?
32
1 pt
Using the Nutrition Facts Label answer questions 30-35

How many calories per serving?
33
1 pt
Using the Nutrition Facts Label answer questions 30-35

If someone were to eat 4 servings how many calories would they consume?
34
1 pt
Using the Nutrition Facts Label answer questions 30-35

If someone were to eat 4 servings what percentage of saturated fat would they consume?
35
1 pt
Using the Nutrition Facts Label answer questions 30-35

How many servings would one have to eat to get 100% of their iron for the day?
36
1 pt
Substances that the body needs in order to grow and repair itself.
37
1 pt
Which of the following is NOT an internal influence on our food choices?
A Emotions
B Hunger
C Appetite
D Culture
38
1 pt
Which is the physiological need to eat?
A Emotions
B Hunger
C Appetite
D Culture
39
1 pt
Which is the physiological desire to eat?
A Emotions
B Hunger
C Appetite
D Culture
40
1 pt
A school lunch menu has the folloiwing: Chicken patty on whole wheat bun, with lettuce and tomato, potatoe wedges and Hi-C fruit punch to drink. Which food group is missing?
41
1 pt
According to the video, how many people actually die from food borne illness (food poinsoning) every year
A 1000
B 2000
C 3000
D 4000
42
1 pt
Raw foods should be seperate from Ready to Eat foods to avoid...
A mixing them up
B cross contamination
C using the same utencils
D accidentally eating the raw foods
43
1 pt
To avoid possible food poisoning, cold foods should be kept at...
A 40 degrees or below
B 50 degrees or below
C 60 degrees or below
D 70 degrees or below
44
1 pt
To avoid possible food poisoning, hot foods should be kept at...
A 110 degrees or higher
B 120 degrees or higher
C 130 degrees or higher
D 140 degrees or higher
45
1 pt
The best way to avoid the spread of any disease, including food poisoning is the washing of hands.
True
False
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