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Nutrition Quiz

National Nutrition Month

1. Whole grains are an important part of a healthy diet. The three parts of a grain kernel are:




2. A one-ounce serving of grain is approximately




3. Children and teenagers should be physically active for how many minutes most days?




4. Which of the following is equivalent to a one-half cup serving of cooked vegetables?





5. If you eat 100 more calories a day than you burn,




6. For a healthier you, keep these low.




7. Which one of these is not another name for sugar?




8. To follow a healthful eating pattern moderate in fat, every single food must be low in fat.


9. Snacking may keep you from becoming ravenously hungry and overeating at mealtime.


10. The calcium content of low-fat dairy products is equivalent to that of full-fat dairy foods.




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