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# 28. If you consume 2,000 calories a day and want to limit the amount of fat...

28. If you consume 2,000 calories a day and want to limit the amount of fat you eat to no more than 30%, how many grams of fat is that?

Select one: a. 67 grams b. 56 grams c. 78 grams d. 44 grams

30. Commonly called simple sugar or just sugar; monosaccharide or disaccharide, such as glucose are commonly classified?

Select one: a. Simple Carbohydrate b. Starch c. Complex Carbohydrates d. Glycogen

31. A label shows a product has 13 grams of fat, 17 grams of carbohydrate, and 21 grams of protein. How many total calories does the product have?

32. he breakdown of nutrient molecules to usable form by cells. Includes both mechanical (muscular) and chemical processes is called ____________________.

Select one: a. Elimination b. Digestion c. Absorption d. Segmentation

28. One gram of fat can give 9 calories.

30% of 2000 = 2000×(30/100) = 600 calories.

Grams of fat= 600/9 = 66.66 which is approximately equal to 67 grams

30. Simple carbohydrate. Sugars are simple carbohydrates. Starch and fibre comes under complex carbohydrates.

31. One gram of fat = 9 calories. So calories from 13 grams = 13×9= 117 calories.

One gram of carbohydrate= 4 calories. So calories from 17 grams = 17×4= 68 calories.

One gram of protein = 4 calories. So calories from 21 grams = 84 calories.

Total calories = 117+68+84= 269 calories.

32. It's digestion. Digest is the conversion of molecules to the absorbable form.

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