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Chapter 11 QuizQuestion 11 out of 1 points

Individuals with hypertension being treated with diuretics should consume foods rich in:

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Question 21 out of 1 points

In general, studies of populations have suggested that low cancer rates correlate with:

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a and b

Question 30 out of 1 points

According to the DRI Committee, the percentage of calories ...view middle of the document...

the skin becomes thinner with less connective tissue.

Question 51 out of 1 points

To reduce your risk of developing cancer, you would:

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B and C

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Resting blood pressure should ideally be ___ or lower.

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120 over 80

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To help prevent hypertension Americans should limit their sodium intake to ___ mg per day.

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Question 81 out of 1 points

All of the following dietary factors are protective against CVD except:

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fast food burgers

Question 91 out of 1 points

Which of the following individuals is at highest risk for developing hypertension?

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Jack, a 40-year-old African American male whose parents had hypertension

Question 101 out of 1 points

According to the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, saturated fat in the diet should account for no more than ___ percent of calories.

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