1/40: In what form is carbohydrate stored in the liver and muscles?
2/40: Which of the following contains 7kcal per gram?
3/40: Which of the following would be classified as a 'medium risk' for total cholesterol-HDL ratio?
4/40: Which of the following is classified as a 'complex' source of carbohydrate?
5/40: Which 3 of the following foods is classified as a ‘complete’ source of protein?
6/40: Which of the following is a function of water?
7/40: Which of the following minerals is required to produce haemoglobin?
8/40: What is the name given to the molecules that are produced by the body as a result of oxidative reactions, and which can cause premature ageing, tissue damage and some cancers?
9/40: What is the recommended daily energy intake for a male who weighs around 85kg and leads a largely sedentary lifestyle?
10/40: Which 3 of the following physical measurements would be most appropriate for measuring the fat loss of a client in their own home?
11/40: Which of the following describes groups of sugar bound together in chains to form more complex molecules?
12/40: What is the fate of glucose when the liver and muscle stores are saturated/full?
13/40: Which type of fats are usually found in animal and dairy products and are solid at room temperature?
14/40: Why might it be healthier to prepare your own food rather than purchasing take-aways or ready meals?
15/40: What type of food packaging label shows a visual representation of the fat, saturated fat, salt and sugar in foods?
16/40: Which of the following foods would have a greater level of saturated fat?
17/40: Which of the following is thought to be responsible for reducing the risk of CHD in those who consume a diet rich in fruit and vegetables?
18/40: Which of the following outlines why a diet rich in oily fish can be beneficial for reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease?
19/40: What is the suggested number of times per week a person should consume oily fish in order to meet their recommended intake of omega 3 fats?
20/40: Which of the following urine colours would be indicative of dehydration?
21/40: What is another term to describe the digestive tract?
22/40: What percentage of one's daily energy intake should come from protein?
23/40: Which of the following ingredients would likely be found on the label of a hypertonic sports drink to represent glucose polymers (artificially created glucose molecules)?
24/40: Which of the following terms describes the wave of rhythmic muscular contractions in the digestive tract to ensure ingested food is kept moving?
25/40: Which of the following is NOT a type of sports drink?
26/40: What is the correct name for the pipe which transports food from the mouth to the stomach?
27/40: Which of the following terms can be used to anatomically describe the chewing action used to break down food into smaller particles?
28/40: What is the name of the enzyme found in saliva used to breakdown starchy carbohydrates into smaller and more simple sources?
29/40: Which of the following food sources would be classified as a form of unsaturated fat?
30/40: Which of the following products would contain high levels of hydrogenated (trans) fats?
31/40: Which of the following would be an effect of a low carbohydrate diet?
32/40: Which of the following is a dietary role of Vitamin C?
33/40: Which of the following best describes the daily quantity of protein required by a sedentary person per kg of bodyweight?
34/40: Which of the following would best describe the daily quantity of protein required by a strength and power training athlete per kg of bodyweight?
35/40: Which of the following would be the most reliable source of information for nutritional information for sports people?
36/40: Which of the following activities is least likely to burn fat as an energy source?
37/40: Which of the following organisations is the voluntary regulator for nutritionists and nutrition scientists in the UK?
38/40: Bile is important for the digestion of which nutrient group?
39/40: The primary role of dietary fibre i to:
40/40: Which of the following would likely be the typical blood sugar response from eating white bread?