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Part 1;Part 2;9.) Which of the following answers provides the soundest advice for Andrew concerning weight loss and maintenance of his weight loss afterwards?;A) Use over-the-counter weight loss pills to suppress appetite and increase catabolic hormone secretions.;B) Fast for 5-7 days to cleanse the body, then adopt a diet of animal products.;C) Implement behavior modification techniques to develop a well-balanced nutritionally adequate diet along with an exercise program.;D) Focus on spot reduction to reduce his waist measurement.;E) Eat what you want and exercise or limit your diet and you don't need to exercise.;10.) What are the health consequences of Andrew's body weight and waist circumference today?;A) Hypertension;B) Heart Disease;C) Type 2 Diabetes;D) A and B;The scientific method is driven by proven facts.;Select one;a. True;b. False;Question 2;A retrospective epidemiological study is used to track cohorts into the future.;Select one;a. True;b. False;Question 3;The duration of a study should be considered when evaluating the quality of experimental design.;Select one;a. True;b. False;Question 4;A study utilizing a double-blind, cross-over, placebo-controlled design has a better scientific design than a single-blind clinical trial.;Select one;a. True;b. False;Question 5;Which of the following best describes an intervention trial?;Select one;a. A description of a population status associated with what has happened in the past.;b. The description of the outcomes an individual displays as a result of a treatment protocol.;c. A basic experimental design with an experimental group.;d. A study of the outcomes of a prospective protocol applied to one population compared to another population that remained untreated.;e. A treatment of a small group where all of the participants are treated the same way.;Question 6;The body mass index (BMI) can be calculated to determine if a person has a normal body weight for their height.;Select one;a. True;b. False;Question 7;Which of the following is a health risk associated with obesity?;Select one;a. Arthritis;b. Gallbladder disease;c. Hernias;d. Varicose veins;e. All of the above;Question 8;Which of the following states of positive energy balance would promote a fat weight gain of approximately 10 pounds in one year?;Select one;a. The over consumption of 35 Calories per day;b. The over consumption of 59 Calories per day;c. The over consumption of 96 Calories per day;d. The over consumption of 121 Calories per day;e. The over consumption of 211 Calories per day;Question 9;Which of the following states of negative energy balance would promote a fat weight loss of approximately 3 pounds in 30 days?;Select one;a. The under consumption of 35 Calories per day.;b. The under consumption of 70 Calories per day.;c. The under consumption of 140 Calories per day.;d. The under consumption of 350 Calories per day.;e. The under consumption of 500 Calories per day.;Question 10;If a female had 23 percent body fat, what percent stored body fat would she have?;Select one;a. 3;b. 7;c. 11;d. 17;e. 20;Question 11;A percent body fat value of 19 percent for an adult female would be considered;Select one;a. Very lean;b. Average;c. Fat;d. Obese;e. Physically fit;Question 12;A percent body fat value of 12 percent for an adult male would be considered;Select one;a. Very lean;b. Average;c. Fat;d. Obese;e. Physically fit;Question 13;An adult body mass index (BMI) value of 31 would be considered;Select one;a. Underweight;b. Normal;c. Overweight;d. Obese (class I);e. Obese (class II);Question 14;Running a 200-meter race would fall into which activity level? (Use Appendix B for help);Select one;a. Resting;Reclined activity);b. Sedentary;Very light activity);c. Easy;Light activity);d. Rigorous;Moderate activity);e. Strenuous;Extreme activity);Question 15;Which of the following is an evaluation tool of aerobic exercise?;Select one;a. Overload principle;b. Perceived exertion;c. Citric acid cycle;d. One repetition max;e. Electrolyte balance;Question 16;The intake of which nutrient does not need to be managed during exercise?;Select one;a. Carbohydrate;b. Electrolytes;c. Protein;d. Water;e. None of these answers;Question 17;Flexibility is one of the four aspects of functional capacity evaluated in a comprehensive physical fitness test.;Select one;a. True;b. False;Question 18;Not yet answered;Marked out of 1.00;Flag question;Question text;During exercise, ATP production is mainly from carbohydrates and fats.;Select one;a. True;b. False;Question 19;Elliot is a male, age 23, who weighs 215 lb, and is 6 feet 2 inches tall. What is his approximate Resting Energy Expenditure (REE), using the Mifflin-St. Jeor equation? (Use appendix B for help);Select one;a. 2,490;b. 1,876;c. 2,042;d. 2,324;e. 2,510;Question 20;If Elliot washed windows at home for 2 hours without resting, approximately how many Calories would he expend in this time? (Use Appendix B for help);Select one;a. 519;b. 425;c. 391;d. 255;e. 235;Question 21;Answer the following 30 questions using the results of your analysis of Elliot's diet and activity for the average of the two days. Also use your nutrition knowledge from Modules 1, 2, 3, and 4, as well as Appendix A for DRI tables, Appendix B for facts and formulas, and Appendix C for MyPlate information. Choose the best answer.;On average over the two days, what state of energy balance was Elliot in? (Use the energy balance report and compare Calories consumed to Calories expended);Select one;a. Positive;b. Negative;c. Balanced;Question 22;On average over the two days, Elliot should have lost approximately 0.05 pounds per day. (Use the energy balance report and compare Calories consumed to Calories expended);Select one;a. True;b. False;Question 23;On average over the two days, Elliot is losing weight? (Use the energy balance report and compare Calories consumed to Calories expended);Select one;a. True;b. False;Question 24;Marked out of 1.00;Flag question;Question text;On average over the two days, Elliot's diet met the Average Macronutrient Distribution Ranges (AMDRs) for carbohydrate.;Select one;a. True;b. False;Question 25;On average over the two days, Elliot's diet met the Average Macronutrient Distribution Ranges (AMDRs) for protein.;Select one;a. True;b. False;Question 26;On average over the two days, Elliot's diet met the Average Macronutrient Distribution Ranges (AMDRs) for fat.;Select one;a. True;b. False;Question 27;On average over the two days, Elliot's diet met the DRI for Protein (at least 100 percent of his DRI).;Select one;a. True;b. False;Question 28Question text;On average over the two days, Elliot's diet met or exceeded the 130 gram DRI for carbohydrate.;Select one;a. True;b. False;Question 29;On average over the two days, Elliot's diet met or exceeded the DRI for the omega-6 essential fatty acid linoleic acid.;Select one;a. True;b. False;Question 30;On average over the two days, Elliot's diet met or exceeded the DRI for the omega-3 essential fatty acid alpha-linolenic acid.;Select one;a. True;b. False;Question 31;On an average over the two days, the primary type of fatty acid that Elliot consumed was;Select one;a. Saturated;b. Monounsaturated;c. Polyunsaturated;Question 32;On average over the two days, Elliot's diet met the American Heart Association guidelines for percent of Calories from saturated fat.;Select one;a. True;b. False;Question 33;On average over the two days, Elliot's diet met the 2010 Dietary Guidelines for cholesterol.;Select one;a. True;b. False;Question 34;Not yet answered;Marked out of 1.00;Flag question;Question text;On average over the two days, Elliot's calculated DRI for fiber was approximately 38 grams (plus or minus 1 gram). (Using the Intake vs. Goals report for the two-day average, calculate his DRI for fiber using this formula: Fiber DRI = Calories consumed ? 100 x 1.4);Select one;a. True;b. False;Question 35;On average over the two days, Elliot's diet was adequate in fiber. (Using the Intake vs. Goals report for the two-day average, calculate his percent DRI using this formula: % DRI = Fiber intake ? Calculated Fiber DRI need x 100);Select one;a. True;b. False;Question 36;On average over the two days, Elliot's diet was deficient in the following vitamins;Select one;a. Vitamin D;b. All the B vitamins;c. Vitamin C;d. Vitamin D and vitamin E;e. None of the above;Question 37;Question text;On average over the two days, Elliot's diet was inadequate in the following vitamins;Select one;a. Vitamin D;b. All of the B vitamins;c. Vitamin C;d. Vitamin D and vitamin E;e. None of the above;Question 38;On average over the two days, Elliot's diet was excessive or potentially toxic in the following vitamins;Select one;a. Niacin;b. All of the vitamins;c. Folate;d. Both niacin and folate;e. None of these answers;Question 39;On average over the two days, Elliot's diet was deficient in the following minerals;Select one;a. Calcium and potassium;b. Iron and potassium;c. Potassium;d. Sodium;e. None of the above;Question 40;On average over the two days, Elliot's diet was inadequate in the following minerals;Select one;a. Calcium;b. Iron;c. Potassium;d. Sodium;e. None of the above;Question 41;On average over the two days, Elliot's diet was excessive or potentially toxic in the following minerals;Select one;a. Sodium;b. Zinc;c. Potassium;d. Iron;e. None of these answers;Question 42;On average over the two days, Elliot's diet met the MyPlate grains group recommendation. (Refer also to Appendix C);Select one;a. True;b. False;Question 43;Not yet answered;Marked out of 1.00;Flag question;Question text;On average over the two days, Elliot's diet met the MyPlate vegetable group recommendation.;Select one;a. True;b. False;Question 44;Not yet answered;Marked out of 1.00;Flag question;Question text;On average over the two days, Elliot's diet met the MyPlate fruit group recommendation.;Select one;a. True;b. False;Question 45;On average over the two days, Elliot's diet met the MyPlate dairy group recommendation.;Select one;a. True;b. False;Question 46;Not yet answered;Marked out of 1.00;Flag question;Question text;On average over the two days, Elliot's diet exceeded the MyPlate protein foods group recommendation.;Select one;a. True;b. False;Question 47;Not yet answered;Marked out of 1.00;Flag question;Question text;On average over the two days, Elliot's diet exceeded the MyPlate empty Calorie limitation.;Select one;a. True;b. False;Question 48;On average over the two days, Elliot's diet met and exceeded the MyPlate oils recommendation. (Pattern his intake of oils using the food records and Appendix C);Select one;a. True;b. False;Question 49;Not yet answered;Marked out of 1.00;Flag question;Question text;On average over the two days, Elliot's diet met the Average Macronutrient Distribution Range (AMDR) for sugars. (Using the Intake vs. Goals report for the two-day average, calculate his percent of Calories from sugar as follows: Grams of sugar intake ? 4 Calories/ gram = Calories from sugar. Calories from sugar ? Total Calories ? 100 = % of Calories from sugar.);Select one;a. True;b. False;Question 50;On average over the two days, Elliot's diet was adequate in water and fluid intake.;Select one;a. True;b. False.

 

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