111.Which of the following factors makes the greatest contribution to : 1401520.
111.Which of the following factors makes the greatest contribution to deaths in Canada?
112.Which of the following changes would be most likely to decrease the risk of chronic disease?
a.maintain a healthy body weight
b.eat a healthy diet
c.participate in regular physical activity
113.Which professional would be the most appropriate to consult regarding nutrition information?
114.Which of the following would best differentiate between a reliable and an unreliable nutrition practitioner?
a.completion of an undergraduate degree in Applied Human Nutrition
b.a graduation diploma from a certified nutrition training program
c.the initials RD, RDN or PDt after their name
d.a PhD degree.
115.Which of the following individuals is likely to possess the highest amount of nutrition training?
b.Public Health Dietitian
116.The web site nutrition_doctor.org describes the benefits of the natural phytochemical supplements they sell for the prevention of cancer. Which statement best appraises this source of information?
a.The information is likely trustworthy because promotion of phytochemical-rich vegetables and fruit is well known advice for cancer prevention.
b.The information is likely not trustworthy because the organization is selling the supplements.
c.The information is likely trustworthy because it is endorsed by a doctor and promotes a natural product.
d.The information is likely not trustworthy because only registered dietitians are reliable sources of nutrition information.
117.Imagine that you read a magazine article about nutrition and are not sure if the information is reliable. Which of the following would raise your concern about poor credibility?
a.The article is written by a PDt.
b.The article is based on a study published in in the Canadian Journal of Dietetic Practice and Research.
c.The magazine is not peer reviewed.
d.The scientific paper cited in the article is very recent.
118.For which of the following titles must the individual be university educated and pass a national examination administered by the College of Dietitians?
a.Master of Science in Nutrition
d.Certified Dietetic Technician
119.Which of the following describes the legal limitations, if any, for a person who disseminates dietary advice to the public?
a.The title “registered dietitian” can be used by anyone who has completed an undergraduate program accredited by Dietitians of Canada.
b.The title “nutritionist” is regulated in all provinces.
c.A license to practice as a dietitian is required by some provinces.
d.Diet counselling is a protected practice of regulated health professionals.
120.Which of the following sources of nutrition is most reliable?
a.Who’s Who in Nutrition in Canada
d.The National News