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1. The mineral present in the body in the greatest amount is
2. The factors most responsible for regulating calcium absorption from food are
a. activity and diet.
b. dietary intake and vitamin D hormone.
c. metabolic rate and cardiovascular function.
d. vitamin D hormone, calcitonin, and parathyroid hormone.
3. Binding agents such as oxalic acid and phytic acid inhibit absorption of
4. The person most at risk for developing osteoporosis is a
a. 25-year-old woman who plays tennis 3 times a week.
b. 35-year-old woman who has sustained multiple trauma and is bedridden.
c. 55-year-old woman who exercises 3 times a week and consumes adequate milk and dairy products at least 3 times a day.
d. 14-year-old girl who runs track and drink 4 glasses of milk daily.
5. An example of a food that is a good source of calcium is
a. kidney beans.
b. whole-grain bread.
6. An example of a breakfast high in calcium is
a. scrambled eggs and toast.
b. pancakes and syrup.
c. sausage biscuit.
d. cereal and milk.
7. The functions of energy metabolism and acid-base balance are regulated by
8. Two foods that are most important in bone formation are
a. margarine and apples.
b. milk and yogurt.
c. bread and red meat.
d. cereal and yogurt.
9. An important function of sodium is
a. energy metabolism.
b. water balance.
c. tooth formation.
d. nerve conduction.
10. Most of the body’s sodium is found in
b. water outside cells.
c. water inside cells.
d. cerebrospinal fluid.