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Sanitation Exam Practice

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Sanitation Exam Practice
I took all the questions I got wrong on all the quizzes and put them together to practice

  
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1.  What triggers the sensation to eat in order to supply our bodies with energy?
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2.  How much energy is in the food we eat? Carbohydrates, fats and proteins have specific quantities that are associated with them; what are they? (Please answer this question in the order laid out below). 1 g carbohydrate = _________ 1 g protein = ________1 g fat = ________
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3.  Nutritional labeling became mandatory in which year?
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4.  Food energy is measured in calories?
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5.  A low-calorie content is the most frequently sought piece of information on the nutrition facts panel
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6.  Our bodies use fuel for five primary purposes
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7.  Energy expended by organs and resting muscles makes up the greatest proportion of REE
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8.  Age, height and physical activity impact your BMR
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9.  Carbohydrates are made up of carbon, nitrogen and oxygen
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10.  The structural parts of plants would include which of the following:
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11.  Overall, fruits, vegetables, whole-grain breads and cereals, protein and beans are rich in fibre
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12.  Glucose is the preferred fuel for the brain, red blood cells, liver and nervous system
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13.  Humans store glucose in the form of glycogen
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14.  Liver glycogen stores account for two-thirds of the body's total glycogen stores
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15.  Proteins contain carbon, hydrogen, oxygen and nitrogen?
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16.  Generally, proteins are made up of how many amino acids?
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17.  Where is pepsin, the protein-digesting enzyme, produced?
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18.  Triglycerides are not responsible for giving foods their flavour, aroma, and palatability.
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19.  If a piece of cheese had 4 grams of fat, how many kcalories would that be?
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20.  The chief form of fat is called:
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21.  Low-density lipoproteins are composed primarily of protein and known as bad cholesterol:
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22.  Monounsaturated fatty acids come from plants and fish:
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23.  High-density lipoproteins are composed primarily of cholesterol and known as good cholesterol:
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24.  Polyunsaturated fatty acids come primarily from plants and plant products:
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