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Protein Helping you to: Create a Healthy Lifestyle! Click here to play an interactive game Protein Which of the following is NOT a function of protein? Helps build and maintain body tissue Carries nutrients in and out of the cells in the body Is involved in blood clotting

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Protein

Helping you to:

Create a Healthy Lifestyle!

Click here to play an

interactive game

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Protein

Which of the following is NOT a function of protein?

  • Helps build and maintain body tissue
  • Carries nutrients in and out of the cells in the body
  • Is involved in blood clotting
  • Helps build bone
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Which of the following is NOT a function of protein?

  • Helps build and maintain body tissue Incorrect.Protein does not help build bones.Our bodies constantly assemble, break down and use proteins to help build and maintain body tissue. One of the primary functions of protein is carrying nutrients in and out of cells in the body. Proteins are also involved in the clotting of blood.

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Which of the following is NOT a function of protein?

  • Carries nutrients in and out of the cells in the body Incorrect.Protein does not help build bones. Our bodies constantly assemble, break down and use proteins to help build and maintain body tissue. One of the primary functions of protein is carrying nutrients in and out of cells in the body. Proteins are also involved in the clotting of blood.

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Which of the following is NOT a function of protein?

  • Is involved in blood clotting Incorrect.Protein does not help build bones. Our bodies constantly assemble, break down and use proteins to help build and maintain body tissue. One of the primary functions of protein is carrying nutrients in and out of cells in the body. Proteins are also involved in the clotting of blood.

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Which of the following is NOT a function of protein?

  • Helps build bone Correct! Protein helps build and maintain lean body mass. Our bodies constantly assemble, break down and use proteins to help build and maintain body tissue. One of the primary functions of protein is carrying nutrients in and out of cells in the body. Proteins are also involved in a complex process in the clotting of blood.

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Protein is made of essential amino acids (the eight amino acids that must be consumed via food).

  • True
  • False
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Protein is made of essential amino acids (the eight amino acids that must be consumed via food).

  • True Correct!

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Protein is made of essential amino acids (the eight amino acids that must be consumed via food).

  • FalseIncorrect. This statement is true.

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An incomplete protein is one that comes from animal sources.

  • True
  • False
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An incomplete protein is one that comes from animal sources.

  • True Incorrect.An incomplete protein is a protein that does not contain all of the essential amino acids. Animal proteins contain all of the essential amino acids that must be obtained from the diet.

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An incomplete protein is one that comes from animal sources.

  • False Correct! An incomplete protein is a protein that does not contain all of the essential amino acids. Animal proteins contain all of the essential amino acids that must be obtained from the diet.

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Which of the following contains complete protein?

  • Whole grain cereals
  • Beans
  • Peanuts and tree nuts
  • Milk
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Which of the following contains complete protein?

  • Whole grain cereals Incorrect.Milk contains complete protein. Whole grains, beans, peanuts and tree nuts are incomplete proteins that need to be combined with other sources to obtain the missing essential amino acids.

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Which of the following contains complete protein?

  • Beans Incorrect.Milk contains complete protein. Whole grains, beans, peanuts and tree nuts are incomplete proteins that need to be combined with other sources to obtain the missing essential amino acids.

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Which of the following contains complete protein?

  • Peanuts and tree nuts Incorrect.Milk contains complete protein. Whole grains, beans, peanuts and tree nuts are incomplete proteins that need to be combined with other sources to obtain the missing essential amino acids.

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Which of the following contains complete protein?

  • Milk Correct! Milk contains complete protein. Whole grains, beans, peanuts and tree nuts are incomplete proteins that need to be combined with other sources to obtain the missing essential amino acids.

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Protein complementation is when one combines incomplete proteins with other food sources (beans and rice, seeds and grains, nuts and bread) to obtain the missing essential amino acids.

  • True
  • False
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Protein complementation is when one combines incomplete proteins with other food sources (beans and rice, seeds and grains, nuts and bread) to obtain the missing essential amino acids.

  • True Correct!

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Protein complementation is when one combines incomplete proteins with other food sources (beans and rice, seeds and grains, nuts and bread) to obtain the missing essential amino acids.

  • False Incorrect.This statement is true.

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What percentage of total daily calories should come from protein?

  • 12-15% of total calories
  • 20-25% of total calories
  • 30-40% of total calories
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What percentage of total daily calories should come from protein?

  • 12-15% of total calories Correct!

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What percentage of total daily calories should come from protein?

  • 20-25% of total calories Incorrect.12-15% of total calories should come from protein.

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What percentage of total daily calories should come from protein?

  • 30-40% of total calories Incorrect.12-15% of total calories should come from protein.

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How many calories does one gram of protein contain?

  • 4 calories per gram
  • 7 calories per gram
  • 9 calories per gram
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How many calories does one gram of protein contain?

  • 4 calories per gram Correct! Proteins and carbohydrates contain 4 calories per gram. Alcohol contains 7 calories per gram and fat contains 9 calories per gram.

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How many calories does one gram of protein contain?

  • 7 calories per gram Incorrect.Proteins and carbohydrates contain 4 calories per gram. Alcohol contains 7 calories per gram and fat contains 9 calories per gram.

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How many calories does protein contain per gram?

  • 9 calories per gram Incorrect.Proteins and carbohydrates contain 4 calories per gram. Alcohol contains 7 calories per gram. Fat contains 9 calories per gram.

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Most Americans do not consume enough protein to meet their daily needs.

  • True
  • False
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Most Americans do not consume enough protein to meet their daily needs.

  • True Incorrect.Americans consume almost twice as much protein as they need.

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Most Americans do not consume enough protein to meet their daily needs.

  • False Correct! Americans consume almost twice as much protein as they need.

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To calculate the amount of protein (in grams) a healthy individual should consume daily, one multiplies the body weight (in pounds) by this factor.

  • 0.4 - 0.5
  • 2 - 2.5
  • 4 - 4.5
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To calculate the amount of protein (in grams) a healthy individual should consume daily, one multiplies the body weight (in pounds) by this factor.

  • 0.4 - 0.5 Correct! A healthy 180 lb individual should consume 72 to 90 grams of protein each day.

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To calculate the amount of protein (in grams) a healthy individual should consume daily, one multiplies the body weight (in pounds) by this factor.

  • 2 - 2.5 Incorrect.The correct calculation is to multiply your body weight (lb) by 0.4-0.5 grams of protein. A healthy 180 lb individual should consume 72 to 90 grams of protein each day.

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To calculate the amount of protein (in grams) a healthy individual should consume daily, one multiplies the body weight (in pounds) by this factor.

  • 4 - 4.5 Incorrect.The correct calculation is to multiply your body weight (lb) by 0.4-0.5 grams of protein. A healthy 180 lb individual should consume 72 to 90 grams of protein each day.

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How much protein does one ounce of meat (beef, pork, poultry or fish) contain?

  • 1 gram
  • 3 grams
  • 7 grams
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How much protein does one ounce of meat (beef, pork, poultry or fish) contain?

  • 1 gram Incorrect.There are 7 grams of protein in 1 ounce of meat.

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How much protein does one ounce of meat (beef, pork, poultry or fish) contain?

  • 3 grams Incorrect.There are 7 grams of protein in 1 ounce of meat.

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How much protein does one ounce of meat (beef, pork, poultry or fish) contain?

  • 7 grams Correct!

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How many grams of protein are in ½ cup of firm tofu?

  • 21 grams
  • 14 grams
  • 7 grams
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How many grams of protein are in ½ cup of firm tofu?

  • 21 grams Correct!

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How many grams of protein are in ½ cup of firm tofu?

  • 14 grams Incorrect.One half cup of firm tofu contains 21 grams of protein.

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How many grams of protein are in ½ cup of firm tofu?

  • 7 grams Incorrect.One half cup of firm tofu contains 21 grams of protein.

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How many grams of protein are in an 8 oz glass of low-fat milk?

  • 4 grams
  • 8 grams
  • 12 grams
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How many grams of protein are in an 8 oz glass of low-fat milk?

  • 4 grams Incorrect.There is one gram of protein for each ounce of milk. The protein content is the same in skim, low fat and whole milk, only the fat content changes.

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How many grams of protein are in an 8 oz glass of low-fat milk?

  • 8 grams Correct! There is one gram of protein for each ounce of milk. The protein content is the same in skim, low fat and whole milk, only the fat content changes.

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How many grams of protein are in an 8 oz glass of low-fat milk?

  • 12 grams Incorrect.There is one gram of protein for each ounce of milk. The protein content is the same in skim, low fat and whole milk, only the fat content changes.

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Protein needs increase with increased activity.

  • True
  • False
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Protein needs increase with increased activity.

  • True Incorrect.Protein needs to be increased during periods of rapid growth (infancy, adolescence and pregnancy) or for tissue repair (from burns or other accidents). Body builders do not need extra protein.

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Protein needs increase with increased activity.

  • False Correct! Protein needs to be increased during periods of rapid growth (infancy, adolescence and pregnancy) or for tissue repair (from burns or other accidents). Body builders do not need extra protein.

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Excess protein may increase the risk for all of the following except:

  • Osteoporosis
  • Heart disease
  • Emphysema
  • Kidney disease
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Excess protein may increase the risk for all of the following except:

  • Osteoporosis Incorrect.Excess protein may increase the risk for osteoporosis, heart disease and kidney disease. Excess protein does not increase the risk for emphysema.

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Excess protein may increase the risk for all of the following except:

  • Heart disease Incorrect.Excess protein may increase the risk for osteoporosis, heart disease and kidney disease. Excess protein does not increase the risk for emphysema.

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Excess protein may increase the risk for all of the following except:

  • Emphysema Correct! Excess protein may increase the risk for osteoporosis, heart disease and kidney disease. Excess protein does not increase the risk for emphysema.

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Excess protein may increase the risk for all of the following except:

  • Kidney disease Incorrect.Excess protein may increase the risk for osteoporosis, heart disease and kidney disease. Excess protein does not increase the risk for emphysema.

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Vegans (one who does not consume meat, eggs or dairy) and vegetarians need to consume protein through plant sources and must plan their meals carefully.

  • True
  • False
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Vegans and vegetarians need to consume protein through plant sources and must plan their meals carefully.

  • True Correct! Vegetarians must consume non-animal sources of protein that includes a variety of grain products, starchy vegetables, legumes, seeds and nuts.

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Vegans and vegetarians need to consume protein through plant sources and must plan their meals carefully.

  • False Incorrect.Vegetarians must consume non-animal sources of protein that includes a variety of grain products, starchy vegetables, legumes, seeds and nuts.

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UMass students can meet with the Dietitian at University Health Services for a consultation regarding the protein content of their diet or other dietary issues.

  • True
  • False
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UMass students can meet with the Dietitian at University Health Services for a consultation regarding the protein content of their diet or other dietary issues.

  • True Correct! Students are welcome to make an appointment to review diets in general or create a personalized diet plan. Just call 413.577.5314 to schedule an appointment. The appointment is covered under the basic health fee students pay.

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UMass students can meet with the Dietitian at University Health Services for a consultation regarding the protein content of their diet or other dietary issues.

  • False Incorrect.Students are welcome to make an appointment to review diets in general or create a personalized diet plan. Just call 413.577.5314 to schedule an appointment. The appointment is covered under the basic health fee students pay.

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