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1 You will be given 10 seconds after each question before the slides advance to the answer page. To advance to next slide, press the space bar.

2  Name one of the fat soluble vitamins

3 ADEKADEK

4  Name one of the water soluble vitamins.

5  B-Complex vitamins  Vitamin C

6  What type of water contains more sodium?

7  Soft

8  What type of water contains more calcium and magnesium?

9  Hard

10  Which government agency monitors pesticide residues in food?

11  FDA

12  How much of a plate should be filled with fruits and vegetables?

13  half

14  What nutrients are provided by fruits?

15  Potassium, dietary fiber, vitamin C and foliate (folic acid)

16  When are fruit less expensive?

17  When they are in season

18  In what forms can fruit be purchased?

19  Dried, canned, frozen, juice and fresh

20  Which form of fruit provides the least dietary fiber?

21  Juice

22  What is counted in the vegetable group?

23  Any vegetable or 100% vegetable juice

24  Name four ways vegetables can be consumed?

25  Raw or cooked, fresh, frozen, canned, or dried/dehydrated and may be whole, cut-up or mashed

26  Name the five subgroups of vegetables

27  Dark green, beans and peas, starchy, red and orange, and other vegetables.

28  Which subgroup of vegetables does mustard green, romaine lettuce, spinach, turnip greens and watercress fall in?

29  Dark Green

30  Which subgroups of vegetables does black beans, black-eye peas, garbanzo beans and kidney beans fall in?

31  Beans and Peas

32  Which subgroup of vegetables does corn, fresh cowpeas, filed peas, and potatoes belong?

33  Starchy

34  Which subgroup of vegetables does carrots, pumpkins, red peppers, sweet potatoes and tomatoes belong?

35  Red and Orange

36  Which subgroup of vegetables does artichokes, asparagus, avocado, bean sprouts, beets and Brussels spouts belong?

37  Other

38  What are some of the health benefits of eating vegetables as a part of a healthy diet?

39  Reduced risk of heart disease  Protection against certain cancers, type 2 diabetes, kidney stones and bone loss

40  What are vegetables naturally low in?

41  Calories and fat

42  How much cholesterol naturally occurs in vegetables?

43  None

44  Any food made from wheat, rice, oats, cornmeal or barley is considered what type of product?

45  Grain

46  What are the two subgroups of grains?

47  Whole grains and refined grains

48  Whole grains contain the entire grain kernel which includes what three parts?

49  Bran, germ and endosperm

50  Refined grains have been milled, a process that removes which two parts of the grain?

51  The Bran and the Germ

52  What are two examples of whole grains?

53  Whole-wheat flour, bulgur (cracked wheat), oatmeal, whole cornmeal, brown rice, popcorn, sorghum, triticale, whole grain barley, whole grain cornmeal, whole rye, whole wheat bread, whole wheat crackers, whole wheat pasta, whole wheat sandwich buns, and rolls, whole wheat tortillas, wild rice

54  What are two examples of refined grains?

55  White flour, de-germed cornmeal, white bread, white rice, cornbread, grits, pastas, pretzels, corn tortillas, macaroni, spaghetti

56  How many slices of bread is a one ounce equivalent of a grain in the grain group?

57  One

58  How much cooked rice, pasta or cereal is considered a one ounce equivalent of a grain in the grain group?

59  1/2 cup

60  All goods made from meat, poultry, seafood, beans and peas, eggs, processed soy products, nuts and seeds are considered part of what group?

61  The Protein Food Group

62  Name four types of nuts and seeds

63  Almonds  Cashews  Hazelnuts (filberts)  Mixed Nuts  Peanuts  Peanut butter  Pecans  Pistachios  Pumpkin seeds  Sesame seeds  Sunflower seeds  Walnuts

64  What are some protein sources for vegetarians?

65  Eggs  Beans and peas  Nuts  Nut butters  Soy products (tofu, tempeh, veggie burgers)

66  When choosing dairy goods, consumers should switch to fat-free or _________ choices.

67  Low - fat

68  Name two things that count as one serving of dairy.

69  1 cup milk  1 cup yogurt  1 1/2 ounce of hard cheese (cheddar, mozzarella, Swiss, Parmesan)  1/2 cup shredded cheese  2 ounces of processed cheese (American)  1/2 cup ricotta cheese  2 cups cottage cheese  1 cup frozen yogurt  1 cup soy milk

70  The intake of dairy products is linked to improved bone health, and may reduce the risk of what illness.

71  Osteoporosis

72  Why is the intake of dairy products is especially important to bone health during childhood and adolescence?

73  The bone mass is being built

74  What are dairy products the primary source of in American diets?

75  Calcium

76  What are two tips for making wise choices in the dairy group?

77  Include milk or calcium-fortified soymilk (soy beverage) as a beverage at meals. Choose fat-free or low-fat milk. If you usually drink whole milk, switch gradually to fat-free milk, to lower saturated fat and calories. Add fat-free or low fat milk instead of water to oatmeal and hot cereals. Have fat-free or low fat yogurt as a snack. Make a dip for fruits or vegetables from yogurt. Make fruit-yogurt smoothies in the blender. Top cut-up fruit with flavored yogurt for a quick dessert. Top a baked potato with fat- free or low fat yogurt.

78  What are “oils”?

79  Oils are fats that are liquid at room temperature, like vegetable oils used in cooking.

80  Oils are NOT a food group, but what do they provide to the diet?

81  They provide essential nutrients

82  What are some foods naturally high in oils?

83  Nuts, olives, some fish, avocados

84  What are some plant oils high in saturated fats?

85  Coconut oil, palm oil and palm kernel oil

86  What are solid fats?

87  Solid fats are fats that are solid at room temperature, like butter and shortening

88  What is a function of calcium in the body?

89  Needed to build bones and teeth;  Helps cot blood  Helps muscles contact and relax normally  Delays fatigue


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