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What nutrients do not provide energy? (3)
Vitamins, minerals, and water
Which of the following is not a function of fat?

a. Fat provides essential fatty acids
b. Fat contributes to the taste and texture of foods
c. Fat can be converted to glucose to maintain blood glucose levels
d. Fat carries fat-soluble vitamins.
e. Fat provides energy
Which of the following is not a protein?

a. hemoglobin
b. sucrase
c. raffinose
d. insulin
e. albumin
What two food groups in the Food Guide Pyramid contribute to virtually no protein to the diet?
The fruit group and the fats, oils, and sweets group.
Which chemical substance released by the pancreas neutralizes stomach acid that has reached the small intestine?

a. trypsin
b. bicarbonate
c. secretin
d. insulin
e. mucus
A person has had his colon removed to cure a disease called ulcerative colitis. He is likely to have trouble absorbing

a. phytochemicals
b. carbohydrate and protein
c. water, and electrolytes such as potassium and sodium
d. vitamins and minerals
e. lipids and bile
The enterohepatic circulation

a. transports chylomicrons via lymphatic vessels
b. regulates lipoprotein levels in the bloodstream
c. conserves enzymes by recycling sucrase, maltase, and lactase
d. conserves bile salts by recycling them back to the liver
The process of converting a free fatty acid into many acetyl-CoA molecules is called ___. If you started with one molecule of linolenic acid, an 18-carbon polyunsaturated fatty acid, how many acetyl-CoA molecules would enter the citric acid cycle?
Beta-oxidation; nine
The major energy source(s) for muscles at rest is/are

a. protein
b. glucose
c. cholesterol
d. fatty acids
e. b and d