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Continuing Education Meal Planning
The essential nutrients that provide nine calories per gram are                .
  1. carbohydrates
  2. fats
  3. proteins
  4. vitamins
Continuing Education Meal Planning
According to the US Food Pyramid, how many servings of milk/dairy is suggested a day?
  1. 4
  2. 72 divided by 9
  3. 8 ounces
  4. 2-3
Continuing Education Meal Planning
According to the US Food Pyramid, how many servings of fruit is suggested a day?
  1. 54 divided by 6
  2. 2-4
  3. 1/2 cup-1 cup
  4. 5
Continuing Education Meal Planning
Calcium, phosphorus, and potassium are known as trace elements.
  1. True
  2. False
Continuing Education Meal Planning
Which of the following is not a reason you should eat?
  1. To meet your nutritional needs
  2. To reduce stress
  3. To satisfy your appetite
  4. To gain energy
Continuing Education Meal Planning
Which one does NOT belong on MyPlate?
  1. proteins
  2. olive oils
  3. dairy
  4. vegetables
Continuing Education Meal Planning
According to the US Food Pyramid, how many servings of vegetables is suggested a day?
  1. 24 divided by 4
  2. 2-3
  3. 3-5
  4. whatever fits in the small compartment of your knapsack
Continuing Education Meal Planning
According to the US Food Pyramid, how many grain servings is in one cup of pasta?
  1. 2
  2. 3
  3. 1
  4. 23,000 if you live in Whoville
Continuing Education Meal Planning
The US Food Pyramid makes food serving suggestions based on your
  1. age and activity level.
  2. intelligence.
  3. location.
  4. income.
Continuing Education Meal Planning
                         are high in saturated fats.
  1. Whole milk and cheeses
  2. Corn oil and soybean oil
  3. Bread and potatoes
Continuing Education Meal Planning
Which is a more nutritious choice for an after school snack?
  1. a doughnut
  2. an apple with cheese
  3. baked potato chips
  4. a whole grain cookie
Continuing Education Meal Planning
The three main groups of carbohydrates are                                                   .
  1. fats, proteins, and minerals
  2. glucose, fructose, and galactose
  3. monosaccharides, disaccharides, and polysaccharides
  4. sucrose, cellulose, and glycogen
Continuing Education Meal Planning
Failure to meet the body's nutrient needs may result in a deficiency disease.
  1. True
  2. False
Continuing Education Meal Planning
What food is associated with protein?
  1. fish
  2. orange
  3. celery
Continuing Education Meal Planning
Minerals build strong, hard bones and               .
  1. eyes
  2. teeth
  3. muscles
  4. hair
Continuing Education Meal Planning
According to the US Food Pyramid, which answer best represents the size of one serving of an apple?
  1. a golf ball
  2. an eraser
  3. a light bulb
  4. a softball
Continuing Education Meal Planning
The two types of vitamins are fat soluble and water soluble.
  1. True
  2. False
Continuing Education Meal Planning
Which of the following is not a core food group?
  1. meats
  2. fruits
  3. carbohydrates
  4. grains
Continuing Education Meal Planning
Which of the following will not reduce the amount of fat in your diet?
  1. drinking skim milk instead of whole milk
  2. using regular margarine instead of butter
  3. adding less fat when you cook
  4. trimming the fat off of meat
Continuing Education Meal Planning
High-fat food is usually high in calories.
  1. True
  2. False
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