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The factors that seem to predominate food choices are _____ and _____.
Cultural and Economic
Cob and Caeser salads originasted in ______.

a. Rome
b. Bakersfield
c. San Francisco
d. Ontario
c. San Francisco
____ is the only food used by everybody worldwide.

a. Grain
b. Milk
c. Legumes
d. Rice
b. Milk
The status of different foods is ifluenced by ____, ____, ____, ____, _____, or even the ________________.
Religious beliefs, availability, cost, cultural values, and traditions, ..or even the endorsement or condemnation of a highly respected person.
True or False

Food may be used as a reward for good behavior or to soothe a minor injury. Food may also be witheld for bad behavior.
True
Each food behavior and tradition can be categorized as ____, ___, or _____.
beneficial, neutral, potentially harmful
True or False

Food patterns are easy changed and don't really relate to psychological stability.
False

Food pattersn are usually deeply ingrained, contribute to psychological stability, and hard to change.
Most people spend only about ___% of their income.

a. 10
b. 15
c. 20
d. 25
c. 20
Which of the following is not included in foods supplying the most nutrients relative to their cost (high cost) if calories are not of concern?

a. beef & fresh potatoes
b. brown rice and wheat germ
c. milk, eggs, and PB
d. vegetables and fruit
d. Vegetables and fruit
True or False

More of the food dollar should be spent on meat.
False

More of the food dollar should be spent for fruits, vegetables, grain products, milk, and dry beans
What are two examples of state and local health departments resources?
Baby clinics and family health centers
The ___ government adminsters the food stamp program.

a. Local
b. State
c. Federal
d. National
c. Federal
What is WIC?
Women Infant Children is available to pregnant and lactating women, infants, and children up to 5 years in age who are considered to be at nutritional risk.
What does EFNEP stand for?
Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program
What is a preschol education program for low income families?

a. Headstart
b. EFNEP
c. Meals on Wheels
d. WIC
a. Headstart
Meats cooked to the well done stage contain less ____.
fat
True or False

Food loses some its nutrients when peeled, chopped, or trimmed.
True
Which of the following is the best way to reserve the nutritional value of vegetables is by ______.

a. stir frying
b. microwaving
c. steaming
d. all of the above
d. all of the above
Food processing attempts to maintain optimum quatilities of
____.

a. color
b. flavor
c. texture
d. nutritive value
e. all of the above
e. all of the above
Irradiated foods reduce spoilage and disease causing bacteria by _______.
treating foods with controlled amounts of ionized radiation.
Convenience foods usually contain more _______.
preservatives
Most fast food menus lack a rich source of _______.

a. vitamin A
b. vitamin B
c. vitamin C
d. vitamin D
a. vitamin A
What is the amount of calories usually present in fast food meals?

a. 900 - 1800 calories
b. 1900 - 1200 calories
c. 1300 - 1500 calories
d. fast food calories don't count.
a. 900 - 1800 calories

and the sodium content is very high (1000 - 2515 mg), and the fat content can be as high as 51% of calories consumed.
The use of additives is regulated by ____.

a. FDA
b. RDA
c. Law
d. MDA
c. Law
True or False

Almost all food additives (99%) are derived from natural sources .
True
_____ & ____are the oldest and most used microbial inhibitors.
Salt & Sugar
Which of the following is NOT a benefit of food additives?

a. prevent oxidation and spoilage.
b. improve nutritional value
c. maintain prdict consistency
d. controls pH
e. reduces strong flavors
e. reduces strong flavors; they actually enhance flavor and appearance
What are two examples of leavining agents?
Yeast and baking powder
True or False

Food quackery claims or promises may be due to ignorance, delusion, misconception, or intent to deceive.
True
____ has been used to recommend vitamin and mineral supplements.

a. stool analysis
b. blood analysis
c. sputem analysis
d. hair analysis
d. hair analysis
True or False

Hair analysis can indicate indicate vitamin levels in your system, but not overexposure to toxic heavy metals.
False- Hair analysis can indicate exposure to toxic heavy metals, but not vitamin levels.
True or False

Research indicates that there is no significant nutritional difference between crops grown with organic or chemical fertilizers.
True