Fast Track Analysis


  1. 7-Day Food Intake

  2. Prepare Nutrition Prescription

  3. Implement Nutrition Prescription

  4. Iron Deficiency Anemia(Client PDF Handout)

  5. Global Issues

Pre-Test -- Tutorial 2

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Instructions: If you are an enrolled student in N6101, please enter your name and password. Your results will be recorded by the computer. If you are not a student in the class, leave the name and password fields blank; you will receive feedback but your score will not be recorded.

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Complete each of the following 5 examination questions by choosing the single best group of answers. Complete all the questions, then click on the "Submit Test" button at the end.

Question 1:

A healthy weight range is based on:

a. age gender height body frame
b. gender body frame age weight
c. body frame height age pregnancy
d. height gender age altitude
e. fitness age weight body frame

Question 2:

Body frame is determined by:
a. weight and bony structure
b. wrist circumference and height
c. height and weight
d. weight and wrist circumference
e. bony structure and height

Question 3:

Canadian Dietary Standards non-pregnant protein and KCalorie requirements are based on:
a. physical activity level and current weight
b. gender and current weight
c. healthy weight and physical activity level
d. food intake and current weight
e. body frame and food intake

Question 4:

The Higgins Prescription for Protein and KCalories includes:
a. an additional requirement for pregnancy
b. fewer Protein and KCalories for overweight women
c. a corrective allowance for protein deficit
d. current Protein and KCalorie intake
e. a corrective allowance for poor food choices
a.   a, b, c
b.   b, c, d
c.   c, d, e
d.   a, c, d
e.   a, c, e

Question 5:

Essential foods in the Higgins Recommended Additions include:
a. fruits and nuts
b. pasta and rice
c. peanut butter and honey
d. yoghurt and vegetables
e. whole milk and citrus

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