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SCI220 Week 1WileyPLUS® Week 1 Quiz

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SCI220 Week 5 WileyPLUS® Week 5 Quiz

 

SCI220 Week 1 Toolwire GameScape Episode 1: “Nutrition – A
Key to Health”




In this episode you are introduced as the mentor to a team of
fellow employees participating in a company health challenge, Fuel4Success. You
have gone through the training and now you are an Ambassador... equipped with
knowledge and the ability to coach your team. The episode culminates with a
rapid challenge game, "Nutrition - Fact or Fiction?" in which the
learner will test their knowledge of the nutritional facts presented. 

Click on
the link to access the GameScape.

Complete the
GameScape Episode 1.

Submit the
completed GameScape PDF assessment to your instructor through the Assignment
Files tab.

 



SCI220 Week 2 Toolwire GameScape Episode 2: “Nutrient Sources
and Significance”




Your team in the Fuel4Success challenge has dietary needs as
diverse as their personalities. Ultimately, it's up to you to create a meal
that suits the needs and goals of each of them. Playing the engaging game
"Meal Maker", allows you to combine many different world foods to
satisfy the individual dietary needs of each of your team members while, at the
same time, keeping them happy with a tasty meal. As you plan their meals, your
goal is to keep the nutrition bars up in the green "healthy zone" and
out of the red "danger zone". How do you do that? By understanding
the best nutritional balance for each member of your team and combining the
right foods of course! 



Click on
the link to access the GameScape.

Complete the
GameScape Episode 2.

Submit the
completed GameScape PDF assessment to your instructor through the Assignment
Files tab.

 

SCI220 Week 2 Food Intake – 3 Days



Enter your food intake for 3 full days in iProfile by following
the WileyPLUS® iProfile instructions. The instructions for
iProfile are located under the Week One Required Learning Activities -
"Introduction to WileyPLUS and iProfile. Save the information you enter at
iProfile. 

Click on the "Access to iProfile" link on the right
to access IProfile.

Write a 750- to 1,050-word paper that addresses the points
below about your 3-day food intake analysis from iProfile and submit the paper
together with the iProfile Report titled "Intake Compared to
DRI." Your paper is calculated at a maximum of 10 points and your
iProfle Intake Compared to DRI Report is calculated at a maximum of 5 points.

IMPORTANT -
IMPORTANT - Use headings consistent with the APA format to clearly
identify each bullet point below. The Center for Writing Excellence (CWE) has a
sample paper using the APA format that includes headings and in-text citations
and a reference page that you can review.



  • Recorded intake of
    protein, carbohydrates, and lipids


    • Which foods in
      your recorded daily intake provide protein? Which provide carbohydrates?
      Which provide lipids? 

    • Review how your
      recorded protein, carbohydrate, and lipid intake compares with the
      recommendations of the dietary reference intake. If your recorded
      protein-carbohydrate-fat intake was too high or too low, which foods
      might you add or remove to achieve your goal and keep other nutrients in
      balance?

    • Is the protein in
      each food you ate complete or incomplete, combining to become
      complementary? Why is this important?

    • How much of your
      daily recommended protein, carbohydrates, and lipid intake did you achieve?
      If your macronutrient intake is insufficient or excessive, what might you
      do to bring it into the recommended range? Provide specific
      recommendations.


  • Macronutrient
    intake ranges


    • Is macronutrient
      intake within the recommended range important? What are the effects of
      too much or too little of a macronutrient? What happens if you
      consistently eat too little protein? What happens if you eat too few
      carbohydrates? What happens if you eat too few lipids?


  • Fiber intake ranges


    • Does your fiber
      total meet 100% of the recommendation for you, as calculated at iProfile?

    • Does your diet
      meet the minimum number of servings of foods from each fiber-containing
      group? If not, which of the fiber-containing groups--fruits and
      vegetables--fell short of the recommended intake?

    • Which specific
      foods provide the most fiber in your meals? Which provide the least?
      Identify trends in your food choices that might affect your fiber
      intakes.


  • Dietary
    modifications


    • What changes might
      you make to increase the fiber in your diet?

    • How might
      insufficient or excessive amounts of proteins, carbohydrates, fats, or
      fiber contribute to health or illness? Provide examples.

    • What have you
      learned about your diet?




Cite three references other than the course text.

Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines. The CWE has a
sample paper.

Click the Assignment Files tab to submit your assignment. 

 



SCI220 Week 3 Toolwire
GameScape Episode 3: “Energy Balance, Vitamins, Minerals, and Water”




There's a problem with one of your team members. He is addicted to
caffeine drinks and is clueless about their affect on his body. You discover a
wealth of information about how our bodies react to caffeine and vitamins. Once
your coaching inspires your team member to lay off the caffeine drinks, it's
time for you to make the perfect smoothie for each of them that's packed with
nutrients! Playing a simulation game where different ingredients are combined
in your smoothie creations allows you to witness the varying effects on the
individuals the same day and even months later! 

Click on
the link to access the GameScape.

Complete the
GameScape Episode 3.

Submit the
completed GameScape PDF assessment to your instructor through the Assignment
Files tab.



 



SCI220 Week 4 Toolwire GameScape Episode 4: “Fitness and Food
Safety"




The company fun day challenge and picnic is coming up! You're in
charge of assigning your team to the appropriate challenge activities based on
their unique fitness levels. But don't skimp on food safety at the picnic, no
room for food poisoning here! You "Race to Erase" all the threats to
your team's health in a fast-paced game of skill and understanding. 

Click on
the link to access the GameScape.

Complete the
GameScape Episode 4.

Submit the
completed GameScape PDF assessment to your instructor through the Assignment
Files tab.

 



SCI220 Week 5 Toolwire GameScape Episode 5: “A Focus on Life
Stages”


Congratulations! You've successfully guided your team through the
completion of the Fuel4Success challenge! It's time for you to reflect on our
life stages from infancy to later years. The "Stages of Life"
activity will allow you to showcase your grasp of the differentiating factors
that affect each stage. This information will help you better maintain your own
health as you prepare for what's next in life. 

Click on
the link to access the GameScape.

Complete the
GameScape Episode 5.

Submit the
completed GameScape PDF assessment to your instructor through the Assignment
Files tab.

 

SCI220 Week 5 Nutritional Needs Ad

THIS IS A RESEARCH ASSIGNMENT. THIS IS NOT YOUR
PERSONAL COMMENTS AND OPINIONS ABOUT THE NUTRITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR A
DEVELOPING FETUS, EMBRYO, AND INFANT. THE BULLET POINTS BELOW MUST BE SUPPORTED
WITH VALID, SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH SOURCES.


 Consider the following scenario: The
General Secretary of the FDA has tasked you with developing an educational
flier on the nutritional needs for a specific stage of life.

Research your topic using online sources, such as the Food and
Drug Administration or the U.S. Department of Agriculture; and local sources,
such as farmers' markets, for content and nutrition suggestion for the ad.

Create a
public service ad, with appropriate images, to be printed in the Sunday edition
of your newspaper. Include the following points. Use headings consistent with
APA format for each of the bullet points below.


  • Identify the
    nutritional needs for a developing embryo and fetus and how to obtain
    them.

  • Identify health
    concerns or disease associated with poor nutrition during the gestation
    period.

  • Provide examples of
    good and bad nutritional choices for baby and mom.

  • Once the baby is
    born, address the pros and cons of breastfeeding versus formula-feeding.

  • Make
    recommendations for where readers might search for more information
    regarding nutrition.  Remember to determine and choose credible
    sources of nutritional information.



Use a
standard word document to complete this assignment.   Both text and
images are important to this assignment.

Format the
ad, including the images, consistent with APA guidelines.

Include at least two valid scientific references. Be sure to read
the Course Announcements about "Acceptable and Unacceptable' research
sources. 

Click the
Assignment Files tab to submit your assignment. Be sure to open the
attachment after you submit the assignment to check that you submitted the
correct assignment and attachment.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SCI220 Week 1 WileyPLUS® Week 1 Quiz



Week 1 Quiz

 

Question 1

 

Why is variety an
important component of a healthy diet?

 



Question 2









Which is the best way to balance your dietary choices?











If you overeat at lunch, you should skip dinner.











If you eat two slices of pizza at lunch, you should walk an
extra mile after dinner.











If your dinner has no vegetables, you should eat a cereal
containing fiber at breakfast.











If you eat two slices of pizza at lunch, you should walk an
extra mile after dinner and if your dinner has no vegetables, you should eat
a cereal containing fiber at breakfast.








Question
3

Which of the following
nutrients does not provide energy to the body?











Carbohydrates











Protein











Vitamins











Lipids








Question 4

You have two relatives both 55 years old
and both have always eaten a diet of primarily fast food. One of these
relatives has severe heart disease and the other has low cholesterol levels and
no sign of heart disease. What is the best explanation for this?





Question 5
Using a smaller plate for dinner may help you practice:












Question 6
Which of the following is an example of variety in the
diet?









 



 




Question 7
A glass of milk is more nutrient dense than a can of
soda because:










Question 8
Ethan achieves his recommended intake of vegetables by
eating a large baked potato every day. Which principle is he not achieving?










Question
9

The Acceptable Macronutrient Distribution Range for protein is:













10 to 35% of calories.











45 to 65% of calories.











50 to 70% of calories.











more than 65%.








Question
10

Government nutrition recommendations translate:











nutrient needs into food choices.








 







food choices into nutrient needs.








 







nutrient needs into daily nutrient requirements.








 







food choices into daily nutrient requirements.







Question 11







Evaluating a person’s food intake using food records is one of
the ways nutritionists determine what people eat and their nutrient intake.
This allows the nutritionist to assess the person’s:








 


blood lipids



 



 


likelihood of
getting heart disease or diabetes



 



 


fasting blood
glucose



 



 


nutritional
status




 
 


 











Question 12








 


 



According to the AMDR, the majority of calories you eat should
come from:











carbohydrates.



 






fat.



 






protein.



 






vitamins.








 

Question
13

The Dietary Guidelines for Americans promote a minimum of _____
minutes of moderate exercise weekly.













40








 







80








 







120








 







150








Question
14

Discretionary calories come from:













alcohol and added sugars.








 







added sugars and solid fats.








 







alcohol and solid fats.








 







Alcohol, added sugars, and solid fats.








Question
15

Where would you look on the food label to determine if sugar was
added to the product?













Ingredients list








 







Front of the label








 







Nutrition Facts panel








 







Serving size information




Question
16

Which of the following nutrients are NOT broken down into smaller
pieces during by metabolism?













Water, vitamins, minerals








 







Vitamins, carbohydrates, proteins








 







Lipids, carbohydrates, vitamins








 







Proteins, carbohydrates, lipids








Question
17

In which organ does the digestion of protein begin?













Mouth








 







Pancreas








 







Stomach








 







Small intestine




Question
18

Which of the following is NOT an accessory organ of the digestive
system?













Gallbladder








 







Liver








 







Pancreas








 







Spleen





 


 

Question 19







Which of the following is one of the ways that the
endocrine system interacts with the digestive system?











Eliminates wastes
generated in the body



 






Transports
nutrient to cells



 






Controls the
passage of food in the blood stream



 






Secretes hormones
that regulate how much we eat



















 




Question 20







Proteins are broken down into _____ whereas fats are digested
mostly into _____.











amino acids,
sugars



 






amino acids,
fatty acids



 






fatty acids,
sugars



 






glucose, vitamins











 

 

 

 

 

SCI220 Week 2 WileyPLUS® Week 2 Quiz







Question 1











Your answer is
correct.



Which of the following is not a monosaccharide?











Fructose



 






Maltose



 






Glucose



 






Galactose










 
Question 2











Your answer is
correct.



The digestion of starch begins in the ________ and
finishes in the ______.











stomach; large
intestine



 






mouth; small
intestine



 






small intestine;
gall bladder



 






mouth; large
intestine











Question 3











Your answer is
correct.



The main function of carbohydrate in the diet is to:











form lactose, the
disaccharide in breast milk.



 






form the ribose
and deoxyribose sugars in the genetic material of all cells.



 






function in the
cell membrane as a signal molecule to other cells.



 






provide energy.











 




Question 4











Your answer is
correct.



Which monosaccharide commonly found in all disaccharides?











Fructose



 






Galactose



 






Glucose



 






Sucrose











 




Question 5











Your answer is
correct.



Most digestion of carbohydrate occurs in the











mouth



 






stomach



 






small intestine



 






large intestine











 




Question 6











Your answer is
correct.



Which of the following best describes the effects of
lactose intolerance on those who consume dairy products?











the undigested
lactose passes into the large intestine, where it causes a severe allergic
response causing intestinal bleeding and scarring



 






the undigested
lactose passes into the large intestine, where it draws in water, is
metabolized by bacteria, producing gas and causing abdominal distension,
gas, cramping, and diarrhea



 






the undigested
lactose passes into the small intestine, where it causes a severe traumatic
response causing collapse and stoppage of the organ



 






all of these
occur in lactose intolerance











 

Question 7












Your answer is correct.




 


 




Which
of the following best describes the effect of a fiber-rich meal on the rise in
blood glucose that occurs after a meal?






Question 8











 



When comparing naturally occurring
sugars and refined sugars in the human diet, refined sugars are potentially
detrimental to human health because:
 







refined sugars
frequently cause food allergies.



 






refined sugars
contain very few calories.



 






refined sugars
contain large doses of heavy metals.



 






refined sugars
are low in nutrient density.











 

Question 9












Your answer is
correct.




Eating fat can increase the number of
calories you consume because













Fat makes you eat
more food




 







Fat contains 7
calories per gram while carbs and protein are only 4 calories per gram




 







Fat does not
increase the number of calories




 







Fat contains 9
calories per gram while carbohydrate and protein are only 4 calories per gram




 




uestion 10











Your answer is
correct.



Cholesterol:











can be converted
to vitamin D.



 






can be found in
all foods.



 






contains glycerol
and 3 fatty acids.



 






acts as an
emulsifier.











 




Question 11











Your answer is
correct.



Protein containing particles that transport lipids in
the blood are called:











triglycerides



 






micelles



 






emulsifiers



 






lipoproteins











 




Question 12











Your answer is correct.



Which statement is correct:











The total grams
of fat in the American diet has stayed relatively constant over the past 40
years.



 






The total grams
of fat in the American diet has decreased over the past 40 years.



 






The total grams
of fat in the American diet has increased over the past 40 years.



 






The total
Calories from fat consumed in the American diet has decreased over the past
40 years.











 

Question 13












Your answer is
correct.




Lipid stored in fat cells (adipose tissue)
provides many benefits including













an increase in the
metabolic rate of an individual




 







protection of
organs and insulation for maintaining body temperature




 







movement of cell
components for additional storage of protein




 







protection of red
blood cells

 


 

Question 14











Your answer is
correct.



Which of the following statements is false about
omega-3 fatty acids?











Fish is a good
food source.



 






High amounts in
the diet help to lower blood pressure.



 






High amounts in
the diet increase inflammation.



 






Walnuts, canola
oil, and flaxseed are good food sources.



















 




Question 15











Your answer is
correct.



Based on the type of fat found in the following foods,
which would be the healthiest choice for lunch from the fruit group?











Apple fritter



 






Fried banana
fruit kebab



 






Cherry pie with
low-fat vanilla ice cream



 






Avocado slices,
olive oil, and balsamic vinegar











 




Question 16











Your answer is
correct.



Which of the following individuals is likely using body
protein for energy?











Sue, who is on a
very low calorie diet.



 






Bob, who is 20
pounds overweight.



 






Michael, a
student who snacks on chips and soda to stay awake and study.



 






Sylvia, a
pregnant woman.











 




Question 17











Your answer is
correct.



Essential amino acids are
identified as such because











The side chain on
these amino acids contains nitrogen



 






The side chain on
these amino acids contains at least 3 carbons



 






The side chain on
these amino acids cannot be made by humans



 






The side chain on
these amino acids contains nitrogen and at least 3 carbons











 

Question
18

Protein-energy malnutrition is more common in children than in
adults because













Children need more protein per unit of body weight than adults








 







Children need more energy per unit of body weight than adults








 







Children need more protein and energy per unit of body weight
than adults








 







Children are likely to be picky eaters compared to adults





 


 

Question 19











Your answer is
correct.



Which of the following would help a vegan meet their
nutrient needs?











Eating oatmeal in
place of meat



 






Drinking
fortified soy milk in place of dairy products



 






Eating plenty of
fresh vegetables to get sufficient vitamin B12



 






Consuming plenty
of corn oil to ensure adequate intake of omega-3 fatty acids



















 




Question 20











Your answer is
correct.



In general, plant sources of protein provide
_____absorbable forms of iron, zinc, and calcium as compared to animal
protein sources.











less



 






equally



 






more











 

Question
21

Of the following, which is the highest quality plant protein
source?













Black beans








 







Rice








 







Soy








 







Wheat germ








 

SCI220 Week 3 WileyPLUS® Week 3 Quiz

Question
1

When vitamin A is deficient:










Question 2











Your answer is
correct.



Which food is an excellent source of vitamin E?











Whole-wheat bread



 






Oranges



 






 


Sunflower seeds



 






Cheddar cheese











 

Question
3

Which of the following organizations is responsible for ensuring
their supplements are safe?













The Food and Drug Administration (FDA)








 







The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)








 







The manufacturer of the supplement








 







The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)





 


 

Question 4











Your answer is
correct.



Identify the foods that would best meet the vitamin
needs identified for bone health:











 


Peaches, spinach,
milk and tomatoes



 






Whole grain
bread, brown rice, milk and tomatoes



 






Whole grain
cereal, corn oil, rye flour and peaches



 






Peaches,
tomatoes, cantaloupe and apricots



















 




Question 5











Your answer is
correct.



Sailors of the 18th century would often
be at sea for months living on dried bread and meats, water and cheese. After
approximately three months on this diet, some sailors would exhibit symptoms
of irritability, achy joints and bleeding gums/loose teeth. These symptoms
can be explained by:











Their diet lacked
enough protein to make collagen



 






Their diet lacked
the Vitamin B6 so necessary to make non-essential
amino acids



 






Their diets
lacked Vitamin B1, so they had impaired energy production



 






 


Their diets
lacked the Vitamin C necessary for collagen tissue formation and repair











 




Question 6











Your answer is
correct.



Which of the following is NOT a fat soluble vitamin?











vitamin A



 






 


vitamin C



 






vitamin D



 






vitamin E











 






Question 7











Your answer is
correct.



In order to reduce the risk of neural tube defects in
the fetus, the most important time for a woman to consume adequate amounts of
folate is:











 


shortly before,
and early in her pregnancy.



 






between the third
and sixth months of pregnancy.



 






during the
seventh and eighth months of pregnancy.



 






shortly before
giving birth.











 




Question 8











Your answer is
correct.



Vitamin D is called the sunshine vitamin because:











it calms our
nerves.



 






we must get it in
our diet from plant foods that grow in the sun.



 






 


it can be made in
the skin by exposure to UV light.



 






it is used to
make serotonin, a neurotransmitter that enhances feelings of happiness.











 




Question 9











Your answer is
correct.



Which of the following is/are antioxidants?











Vitamin C.



 






Vitamin E.



 






Selenium.



 






All of these
nutrients serve as antioxidants.











 




Question 10











Your answer is
correct.



An antioxidant is a substance that protects against
oxidative damage.











True



 






False











 




Question 11











Your answer is
correct.



When a person has not consumed enough water, blood
volume _____ and solute concentration in the blood ______.











increases;
increases



 






decreases; increases



 






decreases;
decreases



 






decreases; stays
the same











 




Question 12











Your answer is
correct.



All of the following are functions of water EXCEPT:











it regulates acid
base balance.



 






it helps
regulates body temperature.



 






it lubricates
eyes and joints.



 






it acts as a
hormone.











 

Question 13












Your answer is
correct.




All of the following are correct
statements about mineral bioavailability EXCEPT:













The body’s need for
a mineral may affect its absorption.




 







The presence of one
mineral may affect the absorption of another.




 







The minerals in
plant foods are better absorbed than the minerals in animal foods.




 







Pregnancy can
affect the absorption of certain minerals.

 


 



Question
14











Your answer is
correct.



An older woman is gardening in the direct sun for three
hours without any rest. She suddenly feels weak and dizzy before she faints.
She is taken to an emergency room where the doctor suspects she is suffering
from dehydration. This is a common problem in older people because:











They have a
larger body mass, which makes them more likely to become thirsty



 






They have a
greater body surface area, which makes them more likely to become thirsty



 






They have
enhanced kidney function, with causes them to increase water reabsorption



 






They have a
reduced sensitivity to their thirst mechanism



















 






Question
15











Your answer is
correct.



A diet rich in fresh fruit, vegetables, nuts, and whole
grains is most likely to result in:











A population with
low rates of clinical hypotension



 






A population with
low rates of clinical hypertension



 






A population that
has similar rates of hypertension to individuals eating a meat based diet



 






A population that
has similar rates of hypertension to individuals eating the typical
American diet











 




Question 16











Your answer is
correct.



The following substances are all normally eliminated by
the kidney as waste products EXCEPT:











urea



 






glucose



 






sodium



 






ketones











 

Question 17












Your answer is
correct.




Eating a salty meal:













Decreases your
blood sodium concentration




 







Makes you less
thirsty




 







Causes temporary
weight gain due to intake of more fluids




 







Has no effect on
the body




Question 18












Your answer is
correct.




Fluoride protects the teeth













Because it is a
natural component of water




 







Because it helps
makes tooth enamel more resistant to acids




 







Because it serves
as a buffer from acids that are released from bacteria in the mouth




 







It forms a film on teeth
that prevent food sticking to teeth




Question
19

When intracellular concentrations of protein and sodium are high,
you would expect that water is drawn into the













blood capillaries








 







cells








 







extracellular fluid








 







red blood cells





 


 

Question 20











Your answer is
correct.



Diets that are high in ____ are associated with an
increased incidence of hypertension.











calcium



 






magnesium



 






sodium



 






sugar



















 

 

SCI220 Week 4 WileyPLUS® Week 4 Quiz




Question 1











Your answer is correct.



Which of the following individuals will face the
greatest health risks due to obesity?











Jill, who has
been obese since childhood



 






Jose, who gained
weight after he got married



 






Theresa, who
gained weight after having her second baby



 






David, who gained
25 pounds after he turned 50 years old











 




Question 2











Your answer is
correct.



Which of the following is a reason that the amount of
extra subcutaneous fat would be higher than the amount of visceral fat?











Being a woman



 






Stress



 






Alcohol
consumption



 






Increasing age











 




Question 3











Your answer is
correct.



Which of the following contribute to the energy
imbalance that is prevalent in America?











Distorted portion
sizes



 






Food availability



 






Fast-food meals



 






All of these
choices contribute to the energy imbalance in America











 




Question 4











Your answer is
correct.



Jim has a BMI of 26 kg/m2, a waist
circumference of 38, and none of the health conditions associated with excess
body fat. He exercises regularly and does not smoke. From what we know about
Jim, what can we most likely infer?











Jim needs to gain
weight.



 






Jim needs to lose
weight.



 






Jim does not need
to lose weight.



 






Jim is at risk
for developing diabetes.











 

Question
5

Identify the energy equation which is most accurate for the
individual who is weight stable.









Question 6











Your answer is
correct.



A high BMI is NOT associated with an increased health
risk when:











The person has a
small amount of muscle mass



 






The person does
not look overweight



 






The person
exercises regularly and eats healthy



 






The person does
not have any chronic diseases











 




Question 7











Your answer is
correct.



More Americans are obese today than 40 years ago
because:











We are eating
less and moving less



 






We are eating
more and moving more



 






We are eating
more and moving less



 






Americans are not
obese











 




Question 8











Your answer is
correct.



For most people, the majority of their total energy
expenditure is from their











basal metabolism



 






energy intake



 






physical activity



 






thermic effect of
food











 

Question
9

Which of the following statements is FALSE?













Mary, a sedentary college student, must plan her food intake
carefully, so it doesn’t exceed energy expenditure.








 







Tim, a long-distance runner, can burn more calories for physical
activity than for basal metabolism.








 







Joe, who has a high fat diet, will burn more calories to process
his food than Deb who follows a lower fat diet.








 







All of these statements are true.








 




Question 10











Your answer is
correct.



Which of the following is characteristic of a healthy
weight loss diet?











Eating fewer than
1200 calories daily.



 






Losing 5 lbs a
week.



 






Promoting
physical activity.



 






Limiting milk and
other animal products.











 

Question
11

Strength training and stretching exercises should be done:













every day.








 







once each month.








 







two to three days a week.








 







once each week.





 


 



Question
12











Your answer is
correct.



Which of the following stimulates the production of red
blood cells?











Caffeine



 






Medium-chain
triglycerides



 






Erythropoietin



 






Carnitine







 

Question 13











Your answer is
correct.



An individual who swims for longer distances in shorter
amounts of time each day is improving their:











Endurance and
body composition only



 






Flexibility and
endurance only



 






Flexibility and
strength only



 






Endurance, body
composition and strength





















 

Question
14

What fuel(s) are the main energy source during short, intense
bursts of exercise?













Metabolism of protein only








 







Metabolism of fat only








 







Metabolism of carbohydrate only








 







Carbohydrates and vitamins





 


 

Question 15











Your answer is
correct.



Anaerobic metabolism uses which of the following fuels?











B vitamins



 






glucose



 






carbohydrate



 






fat



















 




Question 16











Your answer is
correct.



Endorphins











increase basal
metabolic rate.



 






increase muscle
mass.



 






reduce appetite.



 






reduce
carbohydrate cravings.











 

Question
17

The exercise recommendations to maintain a healthy body weight are
_____ those recommended to reduce risk of chronic disease.













greater than








 







the same as








 







less than





 


 

Question 18











Your answer is
correct.



Aerobic exercise is considered to be at an intensity of
_____ % of maximum heart rate.











10-30%



 






40-70%



 






60-85%



 






90-100%



















 




Question 19











 



Which of the following combinations is
recommended for an effective fitness program?
 







150 minutes of
aerobic exercise and strength training



 






60 minutes of
aerobic exercise and stretching



 






200 minutes of
aerobic exercise and strength training



 






250 minutes of
aerobic exercise and stretching











 

 

SCI220 Week 5 WileyPLUS® Week 5 Quiz




Question 1











Your answer is
correct.



Which of the following is a role of the placenta in
embryonic development?











It allows the
passage of nutrients from the mother to the fetus.



 






It allows the
passage of waste from the fetus to the mother.



 






It allows the
passage of oxygen from the mother to the fetus.



 






All of the
choices are roles of the placenta.











 




Question 2











Your answer is
correct.



Which nutrient’s needs are increased the most during
pregnancy?











Protein



 






Fiber



 






Water



 






Carbohydrate











 

Question
3

A baby is affected by gestational diabetes in the following ways
EXCEPT:







 

Question 4












Your answer is
correct.




The early embryo (before 5 weeks of age)
gets nourished by













absorbing nutrients
for the bloodstream of the mother (the bloodstream of the embryo mixes with
the bloodstream of the mother).




 







breaking down the
lining of the uterus.




 







transferring of
nutrients from the placenta.




 







none of these.




Question
5

Based on the information presented in this visual, why is a folate
deficiency most critical during the embryonic period?















A folate deficiency is most critical during this period because
vitamin B12 tends to
be low during this time.








 







A folate deficiency is most critical during this period because
iron stores in the mother have been depleted.








 







A folate deficiency is most critical due to the rapid cell
division occurring during this period.








 







None of these are correct reasons.





 


 

Question 6











 



Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and
arachidonic acid (ARA) are added as supplements to fortify infant formulas.
These fatty acids are added because of which potential benefits?
 







Teeth and skull
development



 






Brain and retina
development



 






Blood cell and
immune system development



 






Heart and cartilage
development



















 






Question 7











 



Which of the following can be found in
breast milk but not infant formula?
 







Vitamin D



 






Calcium



 






Antibodies



 






Iron











 




Question 8











Your answer is
correct.



The recommended distribution range of fat intake is
_____ for 1- to 3-year-olds than for adults.











the same



 






lower



 






higher



 






dependent upon
whether the child was breastfed or not











 




Question 9











Your answer is
correct.



Candice is trying to eat healthier. Which substitution
would be an example of a healthier decision?











Baked potato
rather than French fries



 






Nachos with
cheese sauce rather than nachos with bean dip



 






Meatball sub
rather than a turkey sub



 






Glazed doughnut
rather than an English muffin with jam











 




Question 10











Your answer is
correct.



Which of the following statements is correct?











At the end of
puberty, teenage boys have a higher lean body mass and greater amount of
body fat compared to their pre-pubescent state



 






At the end of
puberty, teenage boys have a lower lean body mass and greater amount of
body fat compared to their pre-pubescent state



 






At the end of
puberty, teenage boys have a lower lean body mass and lower amount of body
fat compared to their pre-pubescent state



 






At the end of
puberty, teenage boys have a higher lean body mass and a lower amount of
body fat compared to their pre-pubescent state











 




Question 11











Your answer is
correct.



Children’s energy and protein requirements __________
as they age.











Decrease



 






Remain the same



 






Increase



 






Vary depending on
the child











 




Question 12











Your answer is
correct.



Older adults should consume a diet that is _______ in
protein relative to calories as compared to that of younger adults.











higher



 






lower



 






similar











 




Question 13











Your answer is
correct.



Which is the primary cause of food-borne illness?











Mercury



 






Microbes



 






Lead



 






Prions











 




Question 14











Your answer is
correct.



Why are nitrites allowed in some foods even though they
may form carcinogenic nitrosamines in the digestive tract?











Because they
taste good.



 






Because they
prevent botulism.



 






Because they
improve the nutritional quality of the food.



 






Because they
improve the food’s texture.











 

Question 15












Your answer is
correct.




Pregnant woman need to eat high quality
protein like fish; however, they:













should limit fish
consumption of certain fish such as cod and salmon due to the increased risk
of mercury contamination




 







should limit fish consumption
of certain fish such as swordfish, shark, and tile fish due to the increased
risk of mercury contamination




 







should limit all
fish consumption because of the risk of mercury contamination in certain
species of fish




 







do not need to
limit their fish consumption

 


 

Question 16











Your answer is
correct.



Because _____ can be contaminated with botulism spores,
it should never be fed to infants under 1 year of age.











cow’s milk



 






eggs



 






honey



 






strawberries



















 

Question 17












Your answer is
correct.




The groundwater has been contaminated by
an industrial pollutant. Which of the following animals will have the greatest
concentrations of the pollutants?













Large fish




 







Microscopic animals




 







Small marine
animals




 







Water plants




Question 18












Your answer is
correct.




All of the following are correct about
food insecurity EXCEPT













it is characterized
by a widespread lack of food often due to a disaster.




 







it can result in
protein-energy malnutrition.




 







it occurs when food
is not distributed equitably.




 







it can lead to
individual nutrient deficiencies.

 


 

Question 19











Your answer is
correct.



Which of the following is true of under-nutrition?











Nutrient
deficiencies lead to increased susceptibility to infections in childhood
only



 






Nutrient
deficiencies lead to decreased susceptibility to infections in childhood
only



 






Nutrient
deficiencies lead to increased susceptibility to infections in childhood
and adulthood



 






Nutrient
deficiencies lead to decreased susceptibility to infections in childhood
and adulthood



















 




Question 20











Your answer is
correct.



In some cultures, the amount of food available to
certain individuals is based on











age and gender.



 






birth order and
genetic endowments.



 






educational level
and control of income.



 






Each of these
could contribute to the amount of food available to family members.











 




Question 21











Your answer is
correct.



All of the following are advantages of organic farming
as compared to conventional farming EXCEPT:











fewer pollutants
are released into the environment.



 






higher crop
yields.



 






increased
biological diversity of crops.



 






reduced use of
agricultural chemicals.











 




Question 22











Your answer is
correct.



Golden rice is a genetically modified variety of rice
developed to provide _______ to populations in which this deficiency is
prevalent.











calcium



 






iodine



 






iron



 






vitamin A









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