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NUTRITION SCIENCE AND APPLICATIONS BINDER READY VERSION 4TH EDITION – Test Bank

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NUTRITION SCIENCE AND APPLICATIONS BINDER READY VERSION 4TH EDITION – Test Bank

Package Title: Test Bank

Course Title: Smolin3e

Chapter Number: 4

Question Type: Multiple Choice

1) Which of the following sequences represents a monosaccharide followed by a disaccharide followed by a polysaccharide?

a) fructose, sucrose, starch

b) lactose, glucose, dietary fiber

c) glucose, maltose, lactose

d) galactose, glycogen, starch

Answer: a

Difficulty: Easy

Learning Objective: LO 4.2 Discuss the structures and sources of simple and complex carbohydrates and soluble and insoluble fiber.

Section Reference: Section 4.2 Types of Carbohydrates

2) Carbohydrate loading, a training technique used by some endurance athletes, can help to increase _____________ stores.

a) glycogen

b) amylose

c) sucrose

d) lactase

Answer: a

Difficulty: Easy

Learning Objective: LO 4.2 Discuss the structures and sources of simple and complex carbohydrates and soluble and insoluble fiber.

Section Reference: Section 4.2 Types of Carbohydrates

3) Which of the following statements about Type 1 diabetes is correct?

a) This type of disease occurs when cells are no longer sensitive to insulin.

b) Obesity is a major risk factor for developing this disease.

c) The immune system destroys the pancreatic cells that produce insulin.

d) Type 1 is the most common type of diabetes.

Answer: c

Difficulty: Medium

Learning Objective: LO 4.5 Discuss how carbohydrate intake plays a role in health and disease.

Section Reference: Section 4.5 Carbohydrates and Health

4) Dietary fiber is categorized by:

a) its solubility in water.

b) its molecular weight.

c) the ratio of carbon to hydrogen molecules.

d) the number of branch points.

Answer: a

Difficulty: Medium

Learning Objective: LO 4.2 Discuss the structures and sources of simple and complex carbohydrates and soluble and insoluble fiber.

Section Reference: Section 4.2 Types of Carbohydrates

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