Chapter 9: Nutrients Involved in Bone Health
Multiple Choice

1 .       A comparison of your bone density with that of a 30 year old healthy adult is a: 

2 .       All of the following are considered weight-bearing activities EXCEPT: 

3 .       All of the following are good sources of calcium EXCEPT: 

4 .       All of the following are good sources of vitamin D EXCEPT: 

5 .       All of the following are risk factors for osteoporosis EXCEPT: 

6 .       All of the following nutrients may decrease absorption of calcium EXCEPT: 

7 .       Calcium plays an important role in all of the following EXCEPT: 

8 .       Hundreds of thousands of women in the U.S. quit using this form of osteoporosis treatment due to a recent study that found that it increased risk for heart disease, stroke, and breast cancer. 

9 .       Inadequate intake of __________ is NOT associated with osteoporosis. 

10 .       The majority of our body's phosphorus is stored in our: 

11 .       The most likely explanation for the link between soft drink consumption and poor bone health is: 

12 .       The process by which the shape of our bones is determined is called: 

13 .       The USDA monitors dairies to make sure that they meet the mandated fortification guidelines for: 

14 .       Vitamin D is important in all of the following processes EXCEPT for: 

15 .       We have the potential to increase our bone density until we reach the age of: 

16 .       We tend to lose height as we age due to a loss in bone density in the: 

17 .       Which of the following groups of people is least likely to consume adequate amounts of calcium? 

18 .       Which of the following individuals would be the most likely to receive adequate amounts of vitamin D from the sun? 

19 .       Which of the following is NOT a good source of vitamin K? 

20 .       Which of the following is the most accurate assessment tool for measuring bone density? 

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