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1 The Calcium Game: Calcium Helping you to: Create and keep strong bones! Click here to play an here here interactive game interactive game.

2 Build Your Bones, Girlfriend! The Calcium Game First Question

3 1. Calcium is needed for the development of teeth and bones, heart regulation and to promote weight gain.  True True  False False The Calcium Game

4 Calcium is needed for the development of teeth and bones, heart regulation and to promote weight gain.  True Incorrect. Calcium does build bones and teeth and helps with the regulation of the heart. Some studies show calcium does not cause weight gain but consuming 1000 mg of calcium (3 1/3 cups milk/milk substitute each day) may aid in maintaining or losing weight. Next Question Next Question The Calcium Game

5 Calcium is needed for the development of teeth and bones, heart regulation and to promotes weight gain.  False Correct! Calcium does build bones and teeth and helps with the regulation of the heart. Some studies show calcium does not cause weight gain but consuming 1000 mg of calcium (3 1/3 cups milk/milk substitute each day) may aid in maintaining or losing weight. Next Question Next Question The Calcium Game

6 Which is the best calcium supplement to take, as it is most easily absorbed?  Calcium gluconate Calcium gluconate Calcium gluconate  Calcium citrate Calcium citrate Calcium citrate  Calcium carbonate Calcium carbonate Calcium carbonate The Calcium Game

7 Which is the best calcium supplement to take, as it is most easily absorbed?  Calcium gluconate Incorrect. Calcium gluconate is the worst absorbed supplement, while calcium citrate is the most easily absorbed and can even be taken on an empty stomach. Calcium carbonate is not easily absorbed and may need to be taken with food to avoid bloating and gas. Next Question Next Question The Calcium Game

8 Which is the best calcium supplement to take, as it is most easily absorbed?  Calcium citrate Correct! Calcium citrate can even be taken on an empty stomach. Calcium carbonate is not easily absorbed and may need to be taken with food to avoid bloating and gas. Calcium gluconate is the worst absorbed supplement. Next Question Next Question The Calcium Game

9 Which is the best calcium supplement to take, as it is most easily absorbed?  Calcium carbonate Incorrect. Calcium carbonate is not easily absorbed and may need to be taken with food to avoid bloating and gas. Calcium citrate is the most easily absorbed and can even be taken on an empty stomach. Calcium gluconate is the worst absorbed supplement. Next Question Next Question The Calcium Game

10 Your body can only absorb this amount of calcium (via food or supplement) at one time.  250 mg 250 mg 250 mg  500 mg 500 mg 500 mg  1000 mg 1000 mg 1000 mg The Calcium Game

11 Your body can only absorb this amount of calcium (via food or supplement) at one time.  250 mg Incorrect. Your body can absorb 500 mg of calcium at one time. Next Question Next Question The Calcium Game

12 Your body can only absorb this amount of calcium (via food or supplement) at one time.  500 mg Correct! Next Question Next Question The Calcium Game

13 Your body can only absorb this amount of calcium (via food or supplement) at one time.  1000 mg Incorrect. Your body can absorb 500 mg of calcium at one time. Next Question Next Question The Calcium Game

14 Supplements with bone meal, oyster shell or dolomite should be avoided.  True True  False False The Calcium Game

15 Supplements with bone meal, oyster shell or dolomite should be avoided.  True Correct! These ingredients may contain lead, mercury or other toxic metals. Next Question Next Question The Calcium Game

16 Supplements with bone meal, oyster shell or dolomite should be avoided.  False Incorrect. These ingredients may contain lead, mercury or other toxic metals. Next Question Next Question The Calcium Game

17 This vitamin is required in the absorption of calcium.  Vitamin A Vitamin A Vitamin A  Vitamin D Vitamin D Vitamin D  Vitamin E Vitamin E Vitamin E The Calcium Game

18 This vitamin is required in the absorption of calcium.  Vitamin A Incorrect. Vitamin D is required in the absorption of calcium. Next Question Next Question The Calcium Game

19 This vitamin is required in the absorption of calcium.  Vitamin D Correct! Next Question Next Question The Calcium Game

20 This vitamin is required in the absorption of calcium.  Vitamin E Incorrect. Vitamin D is required in the absorption of calcium. Next Question Next Question The Calcium Game

21 Vitamin D is found in pork, sunlight, fish oils, butter, egg yolks, lemons and fortified milk.  True True  False False The Calcium Game

22 Vitamin D is found in pork, sunlight, fish oils, butter, egg yolks, lemons and fortified milk.  True Incorrect. Vitamin D is found in sunlight, fish oils, butter, egg yolks and fortified milk. Neither pork nor lemons contain Vitamin D. Next Question Next Question The Calcium Game

23 Vitamin D is found in pork, sunlight, fish oils, butter, egg yolks, lemons and fortified milk.  False Correct! Vitamin D is found in sunlight, fish oils, butter, egg yolks and fortified milk. Neither pork nor lemons contain Vitamin D. Next Question Next Question The Calcium Game

24 This percentage of bone mass is developed during adolescence.  25% 25%  40% 40%  75% 75% The Calcium Game

25 This percentage of bone mass is developed during adolescence.  25% Incorrect. The correct answer is 75%. Next Question Next Question The Calcium Game

26 This percentage of bone mass is developed during adolescence.  40% Incorrect! The correct answer is 75% Next Question Next Question The Calcium Game

27 This percentage of bone mass is developed during adolescence.  75% Correct! Next Question Next Question The Calcium Game

28 This is the amount of calcium needed daily for 9 to 18 year olds (either male or female).  1,000 mg 1,000 mg 1,000 mg  1,300 mg 1,300 mg 1,300 mg  1,500 mg 1,500 mg 1,500 mg The Calcium Game

29 This is the amount of calcium needed daily for 9-to-18 year olds (either male or female).  1,000 mg Incorrect! The correct answer is 1,300 mg. Next Question Next Question The Calcium Game

30 This is the amount of calcium needed daily for year olds (either male or female).  1,300 mg Correct! Next Question Next QuestionNext QuestionNext Question The Calcium Game

31 This is the amount of calcium needed daily for 9-to-18 year olds (either male or female).  1,500 mg Incorrect. The correct answer is 1,300 mg. Next Question Next Question The Calcium Game

32 In Florida, how much sun do we need to make enough Vitamin D?  At least an hour a day on the face and arms At least an hour a day on the face and arms At least an hour a day on the face and arms  About minutes on the face and arms each day About minutes on the face and arms each day About minutes on the face and arms each day  At least three hours a week on the face and arms At least three hours a week on the face and arms At least three hours a week on the face and arms The Calcium Game

33 In Florida, how much sun do we need to make enough Vitamin D?  An hour a day is incorrect. About minutes per day is correct. Next Question Next Question Next Question The Calcium Game

34 In Florida, how much sun do we need to make enough Vitamin D ?  About minutes per day Correct! Next Question Next Question The Calcium Game

35 In Florida, how much sun do we need to make enough Vitamin D ?  Three hours per week is incorrect. About minutes per day is correct. Next Question Next Question The Calcium Game

36 Which of the following is the disease of the skeleton in which the bones lose calcium, become brittle and are at risk for fractures?  Osteoporosis Osteoporosis  Osteopenia Osteopenia The Calcium Game

37 Which of the following is the disease of the skeleton in which the bones lose calcium, become brittle and are at risk for fractures?  Osteoporosis Correct! Osteopenia is just a reduced bone mass, which is less severe than osteoporosis, but can ultimately lead to osteoporosis. Next Question Next Question The Calcium Game

38 Which of the following is the disease of the skeleton in which the bones lose calcium, become brittle and are at risk for fractures?  Osteopenia Incorrect. This condition is known as osteoporosis. Osteopenia is just a reduced bone mass, which is less severe than osteoporosis, but can ultimately lead to osteoporosis. Next Question Next Question The Calcium Game

39 Which are the controllable risk factors of osteoporosis?  Diet and exercise Diet and exercise Diet and exercise  Gender, frame size and family history of osteoporosis Gender, frame size and family history of osteoporosis Gender, frame size and family history of osteoporosis The Calcium Game

40 Which are the controllable risk factors of osteoporosis?  Diet and exercise Correct! Gender, small frame size and family history of osteoporosis are uncontrollable risk factors. Next Question Next Question The Calcium Game

41 Which are the controllable risk factors of osteoporosis?  Gender, frame size, and family history of osteoporosis Incorrect. These are non- controllable risk factors. Next Question Next Question The Calcium Game

42 Women are four times more likely to develop osteoporosis than men.  True True  False False The Calcium Game

43 Women are four times more likely to develop osteoporosis than men.  True Correct! Next Question Next Question The Calcium Game

44 Women are four times more likely to develop osteoporosis than men.  False Incorrect. This statement is true. Next Question Next Question The Calcium Game

45 This percentage of teenage girls do not get enough calcium each day.  52% 52%  69% 69%  85% 85% The Calcium Game

46 This percentage of teenage girls do not get enough calcium each day.  52% Incorrect! The correct answer is 85%. Next Question Next Question The Calcium Game

47 This percentage of teenage girls do not get enough calcium each day.  69% Incorrect! The correct answer is 85%. Next Question Next Question The Calcium Game

48 This percentage of teenage girls do not get enough calcium each day.  85% Correct! Next Question Next Question The Calcium Game

49 You should avoid which of the following nutrients, as they can leach calcium from bones?  Excess caffeine Excess caffeine Excess caffeine  Excess Vitamin A Excess Vitamin A Excess Vitamin A The Calcium Game

50 You should avoid which of the following nutrients, as they can leach calcium from bones?  Excess caffeine Correct! Vitamin A does not have an impact on bone health. Next Question Next Question The Calcium Game

51 You should avoid which of the following nutrients, as they can leach calcium from bones?  Excess Vitamin A Incorrect. Vitamin A does not have an impact on bone health. Vitamin D helps absorb calcium, while excess caffeine can leach calcium from bones. Next Question Next Question The Calcium Game

52 You should do which type(s) of exercise to keep your bones healthy?  Weight bearing only (walking, running, dancing, aerobics, skating) Weight bearing only (walking, running, dancing, aerobics, skating) Weight bearing only (walking, running, dancing, aerobics, skating)  Resistance exercise only (swimming, biking, water aerobics, weight training) Resistance exercise only (swimming, biking, water aerobics, weight training) Resistance exercise only (swimming, biking, water aerobics, weight training)  Both weight bearing and resistance exercise Both weight bearing and resistance exercise Both weight bearing and resistance exercise The Calcium Game

53 You should do which type(s) of exercise to keep your bones healthy?  Weight bearing only (walking, running, dancing, aerobics, skating) Incorrect. The correct answer is both weight bearing (to stimulate bone production) and resistance exercise (improves muscle mass and strengthens bones). Next Question Next Question The Calcium Game

54 You should do which type(s) of exercise to keep your bones healthy?  Resistance exercise only (swimming, biking, water aerobics, weight training) Incorrect. The correct answer is both weight bearing (to stimulate bone production) and resistance exercise (improves muscle mass and strengthens bones). Next Question Next Question The Calcium Game

55 You should do which type(s) of exercise to keep your bones healthy?  Both weight bearing and resistance exercise Correct! Weight bearing exercises stimulate bone production and resistance exercise improves muscle mass and strengthens bones. Next Question Next Question Next Question The Calcium Game

56 You should not use tobacco to keep your bones healthy because smoking:  Can leach calcium from bones Can leach calcium from bones Can leach calcium from bones  Interferes with the body’s use of calcium Interferes with the body’s use of calcium Interferes with the body’s use of calcium The Calcium Game

57 You should not use tobacco to keep your bones healthy because smoking:  Can leach calcium from bones Incorrect. Smoking does not leach calcium from bones, but it does interfere with the body’s use of calcium. Next Question Next Question The Calcium Game

58 You should not use tobacco to keep your bones healthy because smoking:  Interferes with the body’s use of calcium Correct! Smoking does not leach calcium from bones. Next Question Next Question The Calcium Game

59 You get about as much calcium from regular milk as you do from calcium-fortified soy milk.  True True  False False The Calcium Game

60 You get about as much calcium from regular milk as you do from calcium-fortified soy milk.  True Correct! The two about the same amount of calcium, but it is best to read each product label to know for sure. Next Question Next Question The Calcium Game

61 You get about as much calcium from regular milk as you do from calcium-fortified soy milk False Incorrect. The two about the same amount of calcium, but it is best to read each product label to know for sure. Next Question Next Question The Calcium Game

62 Peanuts, walnuts, and almonds all contain about the same amount of calcium.  True True  False False The Calcium Game

63 Peanuts, walnuts, and almonds all contain about the same amount of calcium.  True Incorrect. Almonds are the best nuts to eat for their calcium content. One ounce of almonds contains about 80 mg. of calcium. The other nuts contain much less calcium. Next Question Next Question The Calcium Game

64 Peanuts, walnuts, and almonds all contain about the same amount of calcium.  False Correct! Almonds are the best nuts to eat for their calcium content. One ounce of almonds contains about 80 mg. of calcium. The other nuts contain much less calcium. Next Question Next Question The Calcium Game The Calcium Game

65 A half-cup of cottage cheese contains more calcium than a carton of yogurt.  True True  False False The Calcium Game

66 A half-cup of cottage cheese contains more calcium than a carton of yogurt.  True Incorrect. Plain yogurt = about 300 mg calcium per 6 oz cup Cottage cheese = about 100 mg of calcium per ½ cup Next Question Next Question The Calcium Game

67 A half-cup of cottage cheese contains more calcium than a carton of yogurt.  False Correct! Plain yogurt = about 300 mg calcium per 6 oz cup Cottage cheese = about 100 mg of calcium per ½ cup Next Question Next Question The Calcium Game

68 Which food contains 100 mg of calcium in a one cup serving?  Cup of pudding Cup of pudding Cup of pudding  Cup of broccoli  One Power Bar The Calcium Game

69 Which food contains 100 mg of calcium in a one cup serving?  Cup of Pudding Incorrect. A cup of pudding and a Power Bar each contain about 300 mg of calcium. A cup of broccoli contains about 100 mg of calcium per cup. Next Question Next Question The Calcium Game

70 Which food contains 100 mg of calcium in a one cup serving?  Cup of Broccoli Correct! A cup of pudding and a Power Bar each contain about 300 mg of calcium. A cup of broccoli contains about 100 mg of calcium per cup. Next Question Next Question The Calcium Game

71 Which food contains 100 mg of calcium in a one cup serving?  Power Bar. Incorrect. A cup of pudding and a Power Bar each contain about 300 mg of calcium. A cup of broccoli contains about 100 mg of calcium per cup. Next Question Next Question The Calcium Game

72 People with a true milk allergy cannot have any milk products at all.  True True  False False The Calcium Game

73 People with a true milk allergy cannot have any milk products at all.  True Correct. People with a true milk allergy have an immune system reaction to the protein in milk, and cannot eat any milk products. Next Question Next Question The Calcium Game

74 People with a true milk allergy cannot have any milk products at all. False Incorrect! People with a true milk allergy have an immune system reaction to the protein in milk, and cannot eat any milk products. Next Question Next Question The Calcium Game

75 Lactose intolerance is when one cannot digest lactose (the sugar in milk).  True True  False False The Calcium Game

76 Lactose intolerance is when one cannot digest lactose (the sugar in milk).  True Correct! Next Question Next Question The Calcium Game

77 Lactose intolerance is when one cannot digest lactose (the sugar in milk).  False Incorrect. The statement is true. Next Question Next Question The Calcium Game

78 Individuals with lactose intolerance cannot consume any dairy products.  True True  False False The Calcium Game

79 Individuals with lactose intolerance cannot consume any dairy products.  True Incorrect. Many can consume a small amount of dairy products, including yogurt, cheese, ice cream and possibly up to 4 or 6 ounces of milk. It depends on the individual and if the body can tolerate the products. Next Question Next Question The Calcium Game

80 Individuals with lactose intolerance cannot consume any dairy products.  False Correct! Many can consume a small amount of dairy products, including yogurt, cheese, ice cream and possibly up to 4 or 6 ounces of milk. It depends on the individual and if the body can tolerate the products. Next Question Next Question The Calcium Game

81 Milk is made from this vegetable is fortified to provide calcium for individuals who cannot tolerate cow’s milk. Milk is made from this vegetable is fortified to provide calcium for individuals who cannot tolerate cow’s milk.  Sunflower Seeds Sunflower Seeds Sunflower Seeds  Soybeans Soybeans  Pinto Beans Pinto Beans Pinto Beans The Calcium Game

82 Milk is made from this vegetable is fortified to provide calcium for individuals who cannot tolerate cow’s milk.  Sunflower seeds Incorrect. This milk is made from soybeans. NextNext Slide Next The Calcium Game

83 Milk is made from this vegetable is fortified to provide calcium for individuals who cannot tolerate cow’s milk.  Soybeans Correct! NextNext Slide Next The Calcium Game

84 Milk is made from this vegetable is fortified to provide calcium for individuals who cannot tolerate cow’s milk.  Pinto beans Incorrect. This milk is made from soybeans. NextNext Slide Next The Calcium Game

85 Thanks for playing! The Calcium Game


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