Chapter 1

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Chapter 1 1. Which of the following statements is false? "The Internet is generally a reliable source of nutrition information, because information posted at web sites has been peer-reviewed." Web sites with .edu in their addresses are likely to provide reliable nutrition information. "When evaluating claims for dietary supplements, be wary of products that include promises for quick remedies." "In general, personal web sites, such as blogs, are not reliable sources of nutrition information." 2. A person 's usual pattern of food choices is his or her nutritional status. lifestyle. diet. All of these are correct. 3. Which of the following practices is most likely to result in a vitamin…show more content…
Answer "When large amounts of the chemical are consumed, no health problems occur." The chemical has a very limited range of safe intake. "The chemical is in grapes, cherries, and tomatoes." "When a person 's diet lacks the chemical, his or her body experiences abnormal functioning." 13. Impoverished children who live in developing countries have a high risk of dying from Answer consuming too much fat and sugar. drinking polluted water. developing cystic fibrosis. None of these are correct. 14. Which of the following substances is a phytochemical? Answer Cholesterol Iron oxide Caffeine None of these are correct. 15. "The Journal of Nutrition and the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition are likely to be sources of reliable nutrition information, because " Answer many public libraries subscribe to them. people with Ph.D.s are hired to write articles published in these journals. the articles are written by well-known nutritionists. None of these is correct. 16. Which of the following foods is the most nutrient dense per serving? Answer Cheese nachos Iceberg lettuce Fat-free milk Soft margarine 17. Which of the following nutrients is a source of energy? Answer Cholesterol Protein Vitamin D Iron 18. Which of the following statements is true? Answer "Dietitians generally classify

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