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What does DRV stand for?
Dietary Reference Values
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FILL IN THE MISSING WORDS: Manufacturers can make food healthier by __________ the amount of __________, __________ and __________, and by increasing the amount of __________
REDUCING, FAT, SUGAR, SALT (fat, salt and sugar can be in any order), NSP
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What does NSP stand for?
Non-starch polysaccharide which is fibre
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What does GDA stand for?
Guide line Daily Amount
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What do EAR and RNI stand for?
Estimated Average Requirements and Reference Nutrient Intake
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Who are the FSA and the DH?
Food Standards Agency and Department of Health
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Which people should check with their GP to find out if the eatwell plate applies to them?
People under medical supervision or with special dietary needs should check with their GP to see if the eatwell plate applies to them
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Obesity can increase the risk of developing coronary heart disease. TRUE or FALSE?
TRUE
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Using the traffic light labelling system, a green light means that the food is a good choice to make TRUE or FALSE
TRUE
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How can you maintain a healthy weight?
By balancing the calories you eat with being active.
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What foods should you cut down on to achieve a healthy diet?
FATS, SALT and SUGARs
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Why do manufacturers produce healthy option foods?
Manufacturers produce healthy option food because they know people will buy them due to the fact that they are concerned about healthy eating and this will increase their profit
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What could be an effect of of an excess of salt?
High Blood Pressure OR Coronary Heart Disease
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What could be an effect of of an excess of fat?
Becoming Overweight OR Obesity
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What could be an effect of of an excess of Saturated Fat?
Raised Cholesterol OR CHD
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What could be an effect of of an excess of sugar?
Becoming Overweight OR Obesity OR Dental Decay (Caries)
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What is fortification?
The addition of nutrients to food.
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What do healthy option foods claim about?
Low Fat, Low Salt, Low Sugar and High NSP content.
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What is margarine fortified with?
Vitamin A & Vitamin D
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Your body doesn't need energy when it's asleep TRUE or FALSE?
FALSE your body even uses energy when it's asleep.
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A nutritional profile can be made using a computer TRUE or FALSE?
TRUE using a nutritional analysis program
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Why does your body need energy?
Your body needs energy because it is used for all bodily functions.
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What is energy in food measured in?
Kilocalories OR Calories
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Why is protein needed by the body?
Protein is needed for growth and repair by the body.
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What happens if you eat too much protein?
If you eat too much protein it is stored as fat.
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Tofu, tivall and bean curd are all plant based proteins. TRUE or FALSE?
TRUE
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Name two types of plant-based protein
TWO OF: Quorn OR TVP (textured vegetable protein) OR Tivall OR Tofu OR Bean Curd
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Plant-based protein foods are quicker and cheaper to produce than meat. TRUE or FALSE?
TRUE
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What are plant-based proteins fortified with?
Vitamins and Minerals
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Who eats plant based proteins?
People eat plant-based because they: DON'T WANT TO EAT MEAT BECAUSE OF MORAL, ETHICAL OR RELIGIOUS BELIEFS, ARE CONSCIOUS OF HEALTHY EATING and WANT TO EAT A MORE VARIED DIET
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What percentage of food is soya present in?
Soya is present in 60% of food
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Name one property of plant-based proteins.
One of: VERSATILE, BLAND, FORTIFIED WITH VITAMINS AND MINERALS, COLOURLESS, EASY TO STORE, CHEAPER THAN MEAT OR FISH or CAN
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