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niacin, nicotinic acidB3 (Vitamin - A Deficiency Results in Pellagra - 3 D's, Diarrhea, Dementia, Dermatitis) pantothenic acidB5 (Vitamin)
biotinB7 (Vitamin)
pyridoxineB6 (Vitamin)
folic acidB9 (Vitamin)
cyanocobalamin, methylcobalaminB12 (Vitamin)
ergocalciferol, cholecalciferolD2, D3 (Vitamin)
phytonadione, menaquinoneK1, K2 (Vitamin)
1. Effects of physical activity on the body include all of the following except: 1. decreased bone density.
2 reduced risk of cardiovascular diseases.
3 faster wound healing.
4 increased lean body tissue.
b) completion of a medical degree.
Characteristics of a legitimate and qualified nutrition expert include a) graduation from a university after completing a program of dietetics. b) completion of a medical degree.
c) use of the term nutritionist after the individuals name.
d) completion of a certificate in nutrition from a correspondence program. 3 our genetic inheritance determines the influence nutrition will have on disease prevention.When considering the effect of genetics and nutrition on chronic disease development in individuals

1 we need to understand that all individuals have the same genetic makeup. 2 sound nutrition practices have the greatest influence on prevention of all chronic diseases. 3 our genetic inheritance determines the influence nutrition will have on disease prevention. 4 scientists have recently been able to identify all the genetic connections to chronic disease. 4 adequacy.4) One of the characteristics of a nutritious diet is that the foods provide enough of each essential nutrient, fiber, and energy. This principle of diet planning is called

1. variety.
2 balance.
3 moderation.
4 adequacy.
b. laboratory studyWhich of the following research designs are among the most powerful tools in nutrition research because they show the effects of treatments?

a. case study
b. laboratory study
c. intervention study
d. a and b
e. b and c
1. cultural traditionYour family always has rice available at every meal, just as it has been for every generation. This is an example of ____ of food selection.

1. cultural tradition
2 emotional comfort
3 availability
4 social pressure
TMalnutrition includes deficiencies, imbalances, and excesses of nutrients, any of which can be detrimental over time.

True
False
2 determine what the nutrient and dietary intakes of the population in our country are.The main purpose of the national research projects, the National Health and Nutrition Examination Surveys (NHANES) and the Continuing Survey of Food Intakes by Individuals (CSFII), is to

1 determine what types of foods are available in grocery stores and supermarkets. 2 determine what the nutrient and dietary intakes of the population in our country are. 3 identify what foods have been imported from other countries. 4 set regulations for food intake in individuals of different ages. 2 they decrease the risk of developing certain diseases when they are eaten.8) Phytochemicals found in foods are important because

1 they increase the risk of developing certain diseases when they are eaten. 2 they decrease the risk of developing certain diseases when they are eaten. 3 they are considered to be essential nutrients.

4 they are a new category of vitamins.
4 functional foodsWhich of the following terms was coined in an attempt to identify foods that might lend protection against...
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