101.What the name of the sweetener consisting of a mixture : 1401557.
101.What is the name of the sweetener consisting of a mixture of glucose and fructose formed by chemical hydrolysis of sucrose?
102.What is the predominant sweetener used in formulating beverages?
d.high-fructose corn syrup
103.Which of the following sweeteners contains a significant amount of calcium?
104.You have just arrived at a lunch buffet and are faced with many choices. Although each of the following portions provides about 200 kcalories, which is most nutrient dense?
a.3 slices of whole-wheat bread
b.6 slices of avocado
c.250 mL sports drink
d.500mL soft drink
105.Which of the following differentiates honey from table sugar?
a.Honey is metabolized to fructose and glucose.
b.Honey does not contain sucrose.
c.Honey has more kcalories per teaspoon.
d.Honey contains nutritionally significant levels of calcium and iron.
106.Which of the following conditions has been effectively treated with honey?
a.low bone mineral density.
d.mouth ulcers induced by chemotherapy
107.Which of the following conditions is best known to result from regular ingestion of sugar?
108.Which of the following recommendations will help to reduce the incidence of dental caries when the diet contains sugary foods?
a.Eat sugary foods separate from meals.
b.Eat dried fruits in place of whole fruits.
c.Sip a sugary soft drink slowly rather than quickly.
d.Eat a sugary snack all at one time rather than in parts throughout the day.
109.Approximately how many teaspoons of added sugar are found in a 325 mL can of soft drink
a.1 – 2
b.3 – 4
110.In which of the following pairs is the first pattern of carbohydrate intake less likely to promote dental caries than the second?
a.consuming small amounts of starches frequently throughout the day versus the same quantity of starches consumed within three meals.
b.consuming a sugar cookie with water versus with milk
c.eating a sugary dessert at the beginning of a meal, rather than the end.
d.consuming the same amount of sugar in a doughnut rather than in a fruit drink