Which of the following statements is true?
a) Compared to nonathletes, endurance athletes can tolerate water intoxication without suffering ill effects. b)Consuming excess sports drinks or water during exercise can contribute to water intoxication. c) Alcohol enables the body to retain water and prevent dehydration. d)Registered dietitian nutritionists generally recommend iron supplements to prevent dehydration.
After a natural disaster, it is safe to drink the fluid from ________.
a) toilet bowls b) intact cans of fruit c)swimming pools d)car or truck radiators
6. Salmonella infection is the most common cause of food-borne illness in the United States. True or false?
7.________ are vermin that often transmit pathogens to food.
a) Cockroaches b) Snakes c) Spiders d) Birds
8. During a natural disaster, it is safe to drink the water from ________.
a) car or truck radiators b) toilet bowls, if the bathrooms have not flooded c)
swimming pools d) melted ice cubes that are in the freezer
9. Which of the following statements is true?
a) Food-borne illnesses are usually characterized by the signs and symptoms of influenza. b)
In the United States, the Center for Food Preservation and Safety is the primary government agency that oversees the safety of most foods. c) Certain microbes produce poisonous chemicals that can cause food intoxication. d) Fungi are responsible for most cases of food-borne illness among Americans.
10. During pregnancy, an adult woman's need for vitamin D doubles. True or false?
11.. Infants ________ have a high risk of obesity.
a) with birth weights between 6.0 and 8.0 pounds b) who obtain regular physical activity c) that are given vitamin C supplements d) whose mothers are obese
12. In the United States, eclampsia is the second leading cause of death among pregnant women. True or false?
13. Obesity is a major contributor to type II diabetes, cancer and _____________________. Fill in the blank
14. Swelling due to excess extracellular fluids (usually in the hands and feet is referred to as ___________.Fill in the blank
15. _________ is the desire of some pregnant women to eat non-food items, such as dirt, in order to obtain trace minerals.Fill in the blank
16. Undercooked ground meats are a good source of ____________, a common pathogenic bacteria. Fill in the blank
17.Our muscles use glucose metabolism in aerobic conditions, and ______________ metabolism in anaerobic conditions.Fill in the blank
18. ______________ is a major mineral that is needed for normal physiological function. When our bodies are low on this mineral, we can remove it from bones and teeth. In elderly people, typically women, this can result in osteoporosis. Fill in the blank
19.The _________ is the primary organ where glycogen is broken down to create glucose.Fill in the blank
20. _________________ is the hormone that signals to the kidneys that there is not enough water in the bloodstream (alcohol blocks this hormone and causes excess urination). Fill in the blank
4.water intoxication cannot be tolerated by both
Water intoxication is possible if it was s consumed in excess during exercise
Alcohol will eliminate water and lead to dehydration
Iron supplements are recommended for anemia
Ans:consuming excess sports drink or water during exercise can contribute to water intoxication
5.Toilet bowels,swimming pool water from cat radiator are toxic and infectious to drink
Intact cans of fruits are safe to drink after a disaster
Ans: intact cans of fruit
6.Camphylobacter,norovirus causes more food borne infection in US sbd bit salmonella
7.Cockroach are vermin which can transmit the infection in food.
Snake ,spider and birds are not vermin
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