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11.Samuel regularly selects foods that are low in solid fats and added sugars, but he occasionally treats himself to a chocolate chip cookie for dessert. Samuel is practicing which one of the basic diet-planning principles?
12.Providing enough, but not an excess, of a food is a diet-planning principle known as which of the following?
13.When one applies the principle of variety in food planning, one ensures the benefits of which of the following diet-planning concepts?
d.dilution of harmful substances
14.Which of the following practices is inconsistent with achieving a healthy diet?
a.intake of eggs
b.intake of nuts
c.emphasis on trans-fat
d.emphasis on low-fat milk products
15.According to Canada’s Food Guide, what is the recommendation for daily consumption of unsaturated fat in a healthy diet?
a.15 – 20 millilitres
b.20 – 30 millilitres
c.25 – 40 millilitres
d.30 – 45 millilitres
16.Which one of the following is the most important way to quench one’s thirst?
17.What is the assessment tool designed to measure how well a diet meets the recommendations of a healthy diet in Canada?
a.Healthy Eating Index
b.Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program
c.Dietitian’s Comparative Effectiveness Plan
d.Eating Well with Canada’s Food Guide
18.Which of the following is a characteristic of Canada’s Food Guide?
a.It places most foods into one of five groups.
b.Its nutrients of greatest concern include iron, chromium, and vitamin B12.
c.It provides limited flexibility in meal planning for children.
d.It specifies that a certain quantity of food be consumed from each group, based upon energy intake.
19.The consumption of 1800 kcalories per day is sufficient to meet the energy needs of which of the following groups?
a.most teenage girls aged 17 to 18 years
b.most children aged 9 to 13 years
c.most sedentary men aged 51 to 70 years
d.most sedentary women aged 31 to 50 years
20.Which one of the following foods provides 1 serving of legumes?
a.175 mL green peas
b.175 mL kidney beans
c.125 mL peanuts
d.125 mL mashed potatoes