1. A nutrient that does not provide energy for the : 1361635.
1. A nutrient that does not provide energy for the body is
2. Energy is lost from the body as
3. The unit of measurement used to refer to the amount of energy in food is the
4. The total number of kilocalories in a snack that contains 10 g carbohydrate, 2 g protein, and 5 g fat is _____ kcal.
10 g carbohydrate ´ 4 kcal/g = 40 kcal.
2 g protein ´ 4 kcal/g = 8 kcal.
5 g fat ´ 9 kcal/g = 45 kcal.
5. Which of the following represents an external energy cycle?
a. the moon
b. growing plants
6. After foods are eaten, they are converted into which of the following body fuels?
a. amino acids and fatty acids
b. fatty acids and glucose
c. glucose and triglycerides
d. glycogen and glucose
7. Metabolic rate would increase with a body temperature of
a. 97.4° F.
b. 98.4° F.
c. 98.6° F.
d. 101.2° F.
8. The amount of energy the body needs to maintain life while at digestive, physical, and emotional rest is called the
a. basal metabolic rate.
b. indirect calorimetry.
c. respiratory quotient.
d. nitrogen balance.
9. Metabolically active tissues in the body include
a. the heart, muscles, and intestine.
b. the brain, nerves, and hair.
c. the liver, kidney, and fingernails and toenails.
d. all body tissues.
10. Indirect calorimetry is used to measure which of the following?
a. basal or resting energy expenditure
c. physical activity
d. body mass index