Shannon Center Weekly Nutrition Tip

Test your health knowledge with this Nutrition and Exercise Quiz! Answers will be posted next week!

Tip: Some questions may have more than one answer!

 

1) How many mg of Sodium should an average healthy American ingests daily?

a) 0 mg

b) 1000 mg

c) 2300 mg

d) 4600 mg

 

2) How many mg of Sodium does an average American actually ingest daily?

a) 2300 mg

b) 300 mg

c) 4600 mg

d) 7800 mg

 

3) True or False

Muscle weighs more than fat.

 

4) Which group of foods is high in antioxidants?

a) banana, orange and cauliflower

b) orange, blueberries, and broccoli

c) tea, chocolate, and banana

d) tomatoes, soy and onions

 

5) Which foods are good sources of heart healthy fat?

a) Roasted peanuts, olive oil, smart balance

b) Walnuts, butter and Benecol margarine

c) Fish oil, almonds and flaxseed

d) Palm oil, fish oil and cashews

 

6) How many grams a fat should an average person consume?

a) 0-20 grams

b) 40-60 grams

c) 20-40 grams

d) 60-80 grams

 

7) True or False

Fruit is high in sugar and carbohydrates.

 

8) True or False

Post workout, it is best to eat or drink a carbohydrate and protein snack.

 

9) True or False

Butter is better than margarine.

 

10) True or False

Eating two to three snacks per day is a part of a healthy diet.

 

11) True or False

All carbohydrates turn into sugar in your body

 

12) True or False

The higher your heart rate in a workout, the better

 

13) Which snack is ideal after a workout?

a) banana

b) yogurt

c) protein shake made with milk

d) chocolate milk

 

14) True or False

The best diet has the least amount of carbohydrates.

 

15) What is the fast food item with the least amount of calories?

a) Caesar salad

b) regular hamburger

c) grilled chicken salad

d) small fry

 

For nutrition or exercise questions, contact

Devine Nutrition

Kelly Devine Rickert, MS, RD, LDN, CPT

nutritees@hotmail.com

www.kellydevinenutrition.com

* Not all products and advice are intended for each and every individual. It is recommended that individuals seek advice from their physician before starting on any diet or exercise routine.

Test your health knowledge with this Nutrition and Exercise Quiz! Answers will be posted next week!

Tip: Some questions may have more than one answer!

 

1) How many mg of Sodium should an average healthy American ingests daily?

a) 0 mg

b) 1000 mg

c) 2300 mg

d) 4600 mg

 

2) How many mg of Sodium does an average American actually ingest daily?

a) 2300 mg

b) 300 mg

c) 4600 mg

d) 7800 mg

 

3) True or False

Muscle weighs more than fat.

 

4) Which group of foods is high in antioxidants?

a) banana, orange and cauliflower

b) orange, blueberries, and broccoli

c) tea, chocolate, and banana

d) tomatoes, soy and onions

 

5) Which foods are good sources of heart healthy fat?

a) Roasted peanuts, olive oil, smart balance

b) Walnuts, butter and Benecol margarine

c) Fish oil, almonds and flaxseed

d) Palm oil, fish oil and cashews

 

6) How many grams a fat should an average person consume?

a) 0-20 grams

b) 40-60 grams

c) 20-40 grams

d) 60-80 grams

 

7) True or False

Fruit is high in sugar and carbohydrates.

 

8) True or False

Post workout, it is best to eat or drink a carbohydrate and protein snack.

 

9) True or False

Butter is better than margarine.

 

10) True or False

Eating two to three snacks per day is a part of a healthy diet.

 

11) True or False

All carbohydrates turn into sugar in your body

 

12) True or False

The higher your heart rate in a workout, the better

 

13) Which snack is ideal after a workout?

a) banana

b) yogurt

c) protein shake made with milk

d) chocolate milk

 

14) True or False

The best diet has the least amount of carbohydrates.

 

15) What is the fast food item with the least amount of calories?

a) Caesar salad

b) regular hamburger

c) grilled chicken salad

d) small fry

 

For nutrition or exercise questions, contact

Devine Nutrition

Kelly Devine Rickert, MS, RD, LDN, CPT

nutritees@hotmail.com

www.kellydevinenutrition.com

* Not all products and advice are intended for each and every individual. It is recommended that individuals seek advice from their physician before starting on any diet or exercise routine.