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Round 1: Carbohydrates!

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What is the process in which glucose is manufactured by plants?

 

A) Oxidation
B) Purifications
C) Photosynthesis 
D) filtration


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What is the process in which glucose is manufactured by plants?

 

A) Oxidation
B) Purifications
C) Photosynthesis 
D) filtration



C) Photosynthesis


How do you spell the term used to describe a single sugar unit/molecule?

 

A) Momosaccharide
B) Monosaccharide
C) Polysaccharide 
D) Homosaccharide


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How do you spell the term used to describe a single sugar unit/molecule?

 

A) Momosaccharide
B) Monosaccharide
C) Polysaccharide 
D) Homosaccharide



B) Monosaccharide


What is Lactose also known as?

 

A) Table sugar B) Brown sugar
C) Milk sugar   D) Fruit sugar


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What is Lactose also known as?

 

A) Table sugar B) Brown sugar
C) Milk sugar   D) Fruit sugar



C) Milk sugar


Disaccharide maltose consists of bond of__?___

 

A) Glucose + Glucose
B) Galactos + Glucose
C) Glucose + Frutose
D) Galactos + Frutose


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Disaccharide maltose consists of bond of__?___

 

A) Glucose + Glucose
B) Galactos + Glucose
C) Glucose + Frutose
D) Galactos + Frutose



A) Glucose + Glucose


What does HFCS stand for?


 

A) High-Fructose Corn Syrup
B) High-Frucose Corn Syrup
C) High-Frolick Corn Syrup
D) High Fructose Coconut Syrup


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What does HFCS stand for?


 

A) High-Fructose Corn Syrup
B) High-Frucose Corn Syrup
C) High-Frolick Corn Syrup
D) High Fructose Coconut Syrup



High-fructose Corn Syrup


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Why should we eat complex carbohydrates instead of simple carbohydrates?

 

A) For better nutrients C) For long lasting energy
B) For fiber D) All of the above


fiber is generally and usually referred to a diverse group of plant polysaccharides (pol-ee-sak-uh-rahyd) that cannot be digested in human small intestine.
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Why should we eat complex carbohydrates instead of simple carbohydrates?

 

A) For better nutrients C) For long lasting energy
B) For fiber D) All of the above


fiber is generally and usually referred to a diverse group of plant polysaccharides (pol-ee-sak-uh-rahyd) that cannot be digested in human small intestine.

D) For better nutrients, fiber and long lasting energy


Fiber is  _________ found in plants and cannot be digested in human small intestine.

 

A) Monosaccharides C) Homosaccharides
B) Polysaccharides D) None of the above


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Fiber is  _________ found in plants and cannot be digested in human small intestine.

 

A) Monosaccharides C) Homosaccharides
B) Polysaccharides D) None of the above



B) Polysaccharides


What is the essential nutrition being strip off after processing brown rice?

 

A) Nutrients
B) Fiber
C) Long lasting energy
D) All of the above


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What is the essential nutrition being strip off after processing brown rice?

 

A) Nutrients
B) Fiber
C) Long lasting energy
D) All of the above



D) All of the above


What is the name of the disease formed when one lacks of fiber? Where is it formed at?

 

A)Diverticular disease, along the colon wall
B) Loongeticular, along the bicep
C) Piles, at the #!!##!!##!!#
D) Cancer, along the veins
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What is the name of the disease formed when one lacks of fiber? Where is it formed at?

 

A)Diverticular disease, along the colon wall
B) Loongeticular, along the bicep
C) Piles, at the #!!##!!##!!#
D) Cancer, along the veins

A) DIVERTICULAR disease, along the colon wall


What is carbohydrate loading?

A)To promote storage of glucose in our muscle
B) To promote storage of glycogen in our muscle
C) To promote the storage of fructose in stomach
D) To promote storage of maltose in our muscles


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What is carbohydrate loading?

A)To promote storage of glucose in our muscle
B) To promote storage of glycogen in our muscle
C) To promote the storage of fructose in stomach
D) To promote storage of maltose in our muscles



To promote storage of glycogen in our muscle


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