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Continuing Education Meal Planning
Poultry is a high quality source of this nutrient.
  1. carbohydrate
  2. potassium
  3. Vitamin A
  4. protein
Continuing Education Meal Planning
These are foods that frequently cause an allergic reaction.
  1. milk, eggs, and wheat
  2. lamb, rice, and sugar
  3. chocolate and strawberries
  4. rice and pears
Continuing Education Meal Planning
The US Food Pyramid is designed as
  1. an example of what the Egyptians ate.
  2. an outline of what to eat each week.
  3. an outline of what to eat each day.
  4. an example of local foods we should eat.
Continuing Education Meal Planning
Nutrients that occur naturally in rocks and soil are                .
  1. vitamins
  2. minerals
  3. electrolytes
  4. antioxidants
Continuing Education Meal Planning
What is a Food Recovery Program?
  1. composting scrap food
  2. grocery stores that donate excess food
  3. recipe bank for cooking with leftovers
  4. restaurants buy older food at discount prices
Continuing Education Meal Planning
Meats are an excellent source of carbohydrates.
  1. True
  2. False
Continuing Education Meal Planning
                are nutrients made of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen. The purpose is to supply energy for your body's functions.
  1. Carbohydrates
  2. Proteins
  3. Fats
  4. Vitamins
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The number of calories one needs each day is called the                       .
  1. nutrient requirement
  2. calorie intake
  3. calorie requirement
  4. nutritional requirement
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
Eating foods from each food group is not important.
  1. True
  2. False
Continuing Education Meal Planning
The bread, cereal, rice and pasta group is a good source of
  1. carbohydrates.
  2. fats.
  3. minerals.
  4. lipids.
Continuing Education Meal Planning
The essential nutrients that provide nine calories per gram are                .
  1. carbohydrates
  2. fats
  3. proteins
  4. vitamins
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Diets high in cholesterol content are thought to contribute to                 .
  1. diabetes mellitus
  2. hypertension
  3. heart disease
  4. cataracts
Continuing Education Meal Planning
What are foods like milk, cheese, and yogurt called?
  1. grains
  2. proteins
  3. dairy
Continuing Education Meal Planning
According to the US Food Pyramid, how many servings of meat/protein is suggested a day?
  1. 1
  2. 2-3
  3. 4 pounds
  4. 1 pint
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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
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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
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, what is the suggested range of grain servings for one day?
  1. 4-6
  2. 6-11
  3. 8-10
  4. 2-3
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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
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