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1. Everything you eat and drink is A. nutrition B. Weight control C. diet D. health
2. Which one is not the cycle of losing, regaining, losing and regaining weight? A. Weight cycling B. Monkey bar dieting C. See-saw dieting D. Yo-yo dieting
3. A disorder in which the irrational fear of becoming obese resulting in severe weight loss from self-induced starvation. A. Fasting B. Nervosa C. Bulimia D. Anorexia
4. A disorder in which cycles of overeating are followed by some form of purging or clearing of the digestive tract. A. Anorexia B. Bulimia C. The Flu D. Carbohydrate loading
5. Approach to weight control that are popular for a short time. A. Weight cycling B. Dieting C. Diet pills D. Fad diets
6. Avoiding food A. Fasting B. Liquid protein diets C. Diet pills D. Eating Disorders
7. What is not typical for someone with Anorexia? A. Low caloric intake B. Joy for life C. Obsession with exercising D. Emotional problems
8. Claim to “burn”, “block”, or “flush” fat from the system. A. Weight cycling B. Fad diets C. Diet pills D. Liquid protein diets
9. People suffering from eating disorders need A. Medical help B. Food C. Qualified counseling D. A & C
10. A person with anorexia does not have a physical problems related to A. Malnutrition B. Hepatitis C. Starvation D. Extreme weight loss
11. Anorexia means A. Without food B. Malnutrition C. Without appetite D. Starvation
12. Nervosa means A. Nausea B. Of nervous origin C. Chronic vomiting D. Diet pills
13. You should do any diet that A. Involves eating only one food B. Promises quick results C. Requires a weight loss aid D. None of the above
14. Vomiting and diarrhea can lead to A. Dehydration B. Kidney damage C. Irregular heat beat D. All of the above
15. Bulimia is not the desire to A. Become thin B. Be more attractive C. Be fat D. Be more physically perfect
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