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1 . Consumption of excessive amounts of certain vitamins can, in some circumstances, be fatal.

a. TRUE
b. FALSE
c. Not sure
d. Don^t know
a. TRUE
2 . Eggs.

a. Complex carbohydrates
b. Simple carbohydrates
c. Proteins
d. Fats
c. Proteins
3 . Inflammatory GI tract.

a. Liquid
b. High-calorie
c. High-protein
d. Low-calorie
a. Liquid
4 . Low production of antibodies.

a. Low-protein
b. Low-calorie
c. High-protein
d. High-calorie
a. Low-protein
5 . Chronic nephrotic edema.

a. Low-calorie
b. Low-protein
c. High-protein
d. High-calorie
b. Low-protein
6 . Hypoglycemia.

a. B. Low-residue
b. C. Low-sodium
c. Bland
d. Low-carbohydrate, high-protein
d. Low-carbohydrate, high-protein
7 . Malnourishment.

a. Liquid
b. High-calorie
c. High-protein
d. Low-calorie
b. High-calorie
8 . The serum cholesterol level of adults over the age of 30 should be less than

a. 100 mg/dl
b. 150 mg/dl
c. 200 mg/dl
d. 300 mg/dl
c. 200 mg/dl
9 . A high-calorie diet may be effected by modifying the regular diet in which of the following ways?

a. Adding snacks
b. Increasing portions
c. Providing commercial supplements
d. Each of the above
d. Each of the above
10 . Approximately what number of calories must be burned or consumed for the average individual to lose or gain one pound?

a. 1,500
b. 2,000
c. 3,500
d. 5,000
c. 3,500
11 . What total number of amino acids are obtained solely from the food we eat?

a. 3
b. 7
c. 9
d. 11
c. 9
12 . Butter.

a. Complex carbohydrates
b. Simple carbohydrates
c. Proteins
d. Fats
d. Fats
13 . Refined and processed sugars should make up no more than what percent of an individual's total caloric intake?

a. 5
b. 10
c. 15
d. 20
b. 10
14 . Which of the following nutritive elements are considered the "building blocks" of the body?

a. Fats
b. Carbohydrates
c. Minerals
d. Proteins
d. Proteins
15 . According to the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, upon which of the following dietary elements should a nutritional diet be based?

a. Fruits and vegetables
b. Complex carbohydrates
c. Fats
d. Dairy
b. Complex carbohydrates
16 . An otherwise normal, healthy diet is always sufficient to provide an individual with adequate levels of minerals.

a. TRUE
b. FALSE
c. Not sure
d. Don^t know
a. TRUE
17 . Protein deficiency can result in which of the following conditions?

a. Nutritional edema
b. Secondary anemia
c. Restricted growth
d. Each of the above
d. Each of the above
18 . Honey.

a. Complex carbohydrates
b. Simple carbohydrates
c. Proteins
d. Fats
a. Complex carbohydrates
19 . Fish.

a. Complex carbohydrates
b. Simple carbohydrates
c. Proteins
d. Fats
c. Proteins
20 . Fried foods, as long as they are not too crisp, may be included in a soft diet.

a. TRUE
b. FALSE
c. Not sure
d. Don^t know
b. FALSE
21 . Corn.

a. Complex carbohydrates
b. Simple carbohydrates
c. Proteins
d. Fats
a. Complex carbohydrates
22 . When a liquid diet has been ordered by the attending physician or dietician, the feedings should be ____ ounces and administered every ____ hours.

a. 4-6, 3-4
b. 6-8, 2-3
c. 8-10, 6-8
d. 10-12, 2-3
b. 6-8, 2-3
23 . Peptic ulcers.

a. Low-carbohydrate, high-protein
b. Bland
c. Low-sodium
d. Low-residue
b. Bland
24 . The number of calories generated by each gram of protein, fat, and carbohydrate, respectively is

a. 3, 6, 4
b. 4, 9, 4
c. 6, 3, 9
d. 9, 4, 6
b. 4, 9, 4
25 . Which of the following is appropriate procedure in the administration of a high-residue diet?

a. Ensure adequate fluid intake
b. Limit caffeine intake
c. Provide raw or tender-cooked vegetables
d. All of the above
d. All of the above
26 . Which of the following is sometimes referred to as ^the forgotten nutrient^?

a. Selenium
b. Phosphorus
c. Water
d. Fructose
c. Water
27 . Spastic colon.

a. High-residue
b. Low-residue
c. Low-sodium
d. Bland
a. High-residue
28 . What happens to protein consumed that is in excess of body requirements?

a. Used to supply energy only
b. Changed into fat only
c. Both a and b
d. Excreted from the body through elimination
c. Both a and b
29 . Hypothyroidism.

a. Low-calorie
b. Low-protein
c. High-calorie
d. High-protein
a. Low-calorie
30 . Hypertension.

a. High-residue
b. Low-residue
c. Low-sodium
d. Bland
c. Low-sodium
31 . Hemorrhoidectomy.

a. Low-carbohydrate, high-protein
b. Bland
c. Low-sodium
d. Low-residue
d. Low-residue
32 . What amount of protein should a non-pregnant person consume on a daily basis?

a. 0.8 g/kg
b. 1.2 g/kg
c. 2.2 lbs
d. There is no specific recommended amount
a. 0.8 g/kg
33 . Of the following, which is NOT a source of dietary fat?

a. Rice
b. Whole milk
c. Avocados
d. Egg yolks
a. Rice