61.Which of the following structures common to both cholesterol and : 1401568.
61.Which of the following structures is common to both cholesterol and lecithin molecules?
62.Which of the following may act as emulsifiers in the intestinal lumen?
a.lecithin and pancreatic lipase
b.bile acids and lipoproteins
c.pancreatic lipase and lipoproteins
d.bile acids and lecithin
63.What is the major sterol in the diet?
64.About how much cholesterol is synthesized by the liver every day?
d.at least 800 mg
65.Which of the following foods contains cholesterol?
66.Which of the following is the major source of “good” cholesterol?
d.resorption from the GI tract
67.Which of the following is a common feature of the plant sterols?
a.They raise LDL and lower HDL.
b.They inhibit absorption of dietary cholesterol.
c.They inhibit absorption of “bad” cholesterol.
d.They enhance absorption of omega-3 fatty acids.
68.Which of the following dietary fats is found in animal sources only?
c.essential fatty acids
d.nonessential fatty acids
69.Which of the following is the best reason to limit dietary cholesterol?
a.Dietary cholesterol is a precursor of Vitamin D which can be toxic in high doses.
b.Foods high in dietary cholesterol are often high in saturated fat and energy.
c.Dietary cholesterol is a precursor of steroid hormones and can produce weight gain.
d.Dietary cholesterol is the main source of total body cholesterol deposits.
70.Which of the following is a property of cholesterol?
a.Only about 10 percent of the body’s total cholesterol is extracellular.
b.“Bad” cholesterol is a form of cholesterol found in plant foods.
c.“Good” cholesterol is a form of cholesterol found in plant foods.
d.Exogenous cholesterol absorption is reduced by lecithin supplements.