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1 Who wants to be a Milk-I-Naire? Nutrition Education Program Lancaster County Cooperative Extension Updated 6/12/2003

2 How To Play... GOAL: Inspire participants to drink and eat adequate sources of calcium. There are 12 sets of questions with 3 questions in each set, for a total of 36 questions. Difficulty increases slightly from the first to the third question. If a participant is unsure about the answer, the facilitator gives that participant 3 options. They can: (1) “ask a friend” for the correct answer, (2) “poll the group”, or (3) facilitator eliminates two answers, so only two choices remain. Each option may only be used once within a set of questions. The objective is to answer all three questions correctly. Each new participant starts with a new set of questions.

3 Set 1 – Question 1 What helps to build strong bones and teeth? A. Candy B. Gum C. Fiber D. Calcium

4 Answer: D. Calcium

5 Cheese is part of which of the following food group? A. Meat Group B. Milk Group C. Grain Group D. Vegetable Group Set 1 – Question 2

6 Answer: B. Milk Group

7 What is the most important of all nutrients? A. Iron B. Water C. Zinc D. Vitamin C Set 1 – Question 3

8 B. Water (over 70% of our body is water) Answer:

9 One of the five food groups is called: A. The Rock Group B. The Cup Group C. The Nutrient Group D. Milk Group Set 2 – Question 1

10 D. The Milk Group Answer:

11 How many cups of water or liquids, including milk, should you drink each day? A. 6-8 cups B. 2-3 cups C. 1-2 cups D cups Set 2 – Question 2

12 Answer: A. 6-8 cups

13 Which of the following must be stored in the freezer? A.Milk B.Ice Cream C.Cheddar Cheese D.Yogurt Set 2 – Question 3

14 B. Ice Cream Answer:

15 What is on the package of food that tells you all about the product inside? A. Nutrition Facts Label B. Picture of a football star C. The price D. The Food Guide Pyramid Set 3 – Question 1

16 A. Nutrition Facts Labels (tells calories, serving size, nutrients, and more) Answer:

17 Which of the following foods is the healthiest snack? A. Candy bar B. Soda C. Yogurt D. Snack cakes Set 3 – Question 2

18 C. Yogurt Answer:

19 Which snack food costs the least? A. Soda (12 ounces) B. Bag of Chips (1.5 ounce) C. String Cheese (individual package) – 1 to 2 ounces D. Bag of Fruit Snacks (2.5 ounces) Set 3 – Question 3

20 C. String Cheese (Individual package) -- Soda = 75 cents -- Bag of chips = 65 cents -- String cheese (individual package) = 40 cents -- Fruit snacks= 75 cents Answer:

21 Eating nutritious foods will help you: A. Grow B. Fall down C. Be grumpy D. Be tired Set 4 – Question 1

22 Answers: A. Grow

23 Which of the following foods is not part of the Milk Group? A. Yogurt B. Chocolate Milk C. Sardines D. Muenster cheese Set 4 – Question 2

24 C. Sardines (They are a good source of calcium because we eat the fine bones, but they are not part of the Milk Group.) Answer:

25 How many servings from the Milk Group should you have each day? A servings B. 2-4 servings C. 1-2 servings D servings Set 4 – Question 3

26 B. 2-4 servings a day. Answer:

27 Which activity will improve bone strength? A. Watching TV B. Swimming C. Reading a book D. Running Set 5 – Question 1

28 Answer: D. Running - is a weight- bearing activity that increases the push-pull on the bones which strengthens them

29 How many days a week should you be physically active? A. Most days B. Weekends C. One day a week D. Three days a week Set 5 – Question 2

30 Answer: A. Most days

31 “Cardiorespiratory” activities work which organs? A. Heart only B. Heart/lungs C. Lungs/stomach D. Kidney Set 5 – Question 3

32 B. Heart/lungs Answer:

33 A graphic that gives you information about food groups and how many daily servings to have from each group is called what? A. Chart B. Photograph C. Food Guide Pyramid D. Telephone book Set 6 – Question 1

34 C. Food Guide Pyramid Answer:

35 Which of the following is the healthiest choice from the Milk Group? A. Chocolate milk B. Sour cream C. Ice cream D. Milk Set 6 – Question 2

36 D. Milk (the others contain some healthy nutrients but are higher in sugar or fat content) Answer:

37 Which of the following is the best source of calcium? A. Pears B. Broccoli C. Iceberg lettuce D. Peaches Set 6 – Question 3

38 B. Broccoli Answer:

39 A single portion of food is called a: A. Serving B. Plate C. Fork D. Vehicle Set 7 – Question 1

40 A. Serving – (we talk about recommended serving sizes) Answer:

41 Which of the following is most likely to eventually cause tooth decay? A. Candy B. Carrots C. Ice cream D. Applesauce Set 7 – Question 2

42 A. Candy (eating sweet sugary foods can lead to tooth decay) Answer:

43 Which vitamin is helpful to your eyes? A. Vitamin C B. Vitamin B C. Vitamin H D. Vitamin A Set 7 – Question 3

44 D. Vitamin A Answer:

45 Which ingredient from the Milk Group would you probably use to make pudding? A. Milk B. Yogurt C. Cheddar cheese D. Cottage cheese Set 8 – Question 1

46 A. Milk Answer:

47 Foods that are high in sugar, salt and fat provide mostly what? A. Vitamin A B. Empty calories C. Vegetables D. Many nutrients Set 8 – Question 2

48 Answer: B. Empty calories

49 You should not leave perishable foods, such as milk, at room temperature for more than how many hours? A. 2 hours B. 3 hours C. 4 hours D. 6 hours Set 8 – Question 3

50 A. 2 hours - Even less time when the weather is warm. Put milk back in the refrigerator as soon as possible. Answer:

51 Which of the following snack foods contain calcium? ACelery and cheese B.Pizza C.Fruit smoothie D.All of the above Set 9 – Question 1

52 D. All of the above Answer:

53 What amount of milk is considered a serving? A. Two cups (16 ounces) B. One-fourth cup (2 ounces) C. One cup (8 ounces) D. A quart (32 ounces) Set 9 – Question 2

54 C. One cup (8 ounces) Answer:

55 Milk is fortified with which two vitamins? A. Vitamins B & C B. Vitamins A & E C. Vitamins C & E D. Vitamins A & D Set 9 – Question 3

56 D. Vitamins A & D Answer:

57 Which physical activity burns the most calories per minute? A. Sitting B. Running C. Riding a merry-go-round D. Walking Set 10 – Question 1

58 B. Running Answer:

59 How much of the calcium in your body is found in the bones and teeth? A. 25% B. 40% C. 65% D. 99% Set 10 – Question 2

60 D. 99% Answer:

61 How many permanent teeth do adults have? A. 40 teeth B. 37 teeth C. 29 teeth D. 32 teeth Set 10 – Question 3

62 D. 32 teeth Answer:

63 Which of these choices contain 30% of the calcium you need daily? A. One can soda (12 ounces) B. One cup of milk (8 ounces) C. One cup of water (8 ounces) D. One cup of apple juice (8 ounces) Set 11 – Question 1

64 B. One cup of milk (8 ounces) Answer:

65 If you were to visualize a one- cup serving of milk, which comes the closest? A. Can of soda (regular) B. Milk carton(school size) C. 6 ounce juice box D. Liter bottle Set 11 – Question 2

66 B. Milk carton (school size) Answer:

67 Why is vitamin D called “The Sunshine Vitamin”? A. Because D stands for “Desert” where there is lots of sunshine. B. Just to distinguish it apart from the other vitamins. C. Our body can manufacture vitamin D from sunshine. D. No reason. Set 11 – Question 3

68 C. Your body manufactures vitamin D from sunshine. (Vitamin D helps your body use calcium) Answer:

69 Ingredients added to make food last longer or improve taste, appearance or nutrient content are called? A. Packages B. Additives C. Sugars D. Diets Set 12 – Question 1

70 A. Additives Answer:

71 Which food would give you the most calcium? A. Margarine (one cup) B. Ice cream (one cup) C. Cottage cheese (one cup) D. Yogurt (one cup) Set 12 – Question 2

72 D. Yogurt (one cup) Answer:

73 One and one-half ounces of cheese is considered to be one serving from the Milk Group? If you were to visualize this amount, it would look closely like which of the following? A. Three dominos B. A baseball trading card C. A deck of playing cards D. A paper-back book Set 12 – Question 3

74 A. Three dominos Answer:

75 The End. University of Nebraska Cooperative Extension educational programs abide with the nondiscrimination policies of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and the United States Department of Agriculture. Funded through the Food Stamp Nutrition Education Program UNL Cooperative Extension-Lancaster County 444 Cherrycreek Road, Lincoln, NE * Developed by Mardel Meinke, MS-Extension Associate Karen Wobig, MS-Extension Associate Andrea Ohlrich, BS-Extension Assistant Thank you for playing “Who Wants to be a Milk-I-Naire?”


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