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1 Final Exam Study Guide for Course 308 Food Service Question 1 Create a list of foods that are good sources of complex carbohydrates": Question 2 What are the only foods that contain cholesterol? Question 3 Create a list of foods that are sources of simple carbohydrates : Question 4 What are foods that are a good source of dietary fiber? Question 5 According to the Food Pyramid, to which group would tortillas be assign to? Question 6 What are ways to prevent foodborne illness? Question 7 What are the most common food poisoning symptoms? Question 8 Germs need what three things in order to grow? Question 9 Why is it easy to get food poisoning because contaminated foods? Question 10 What is the correct method of hand washing? Question 11 When handling or preparing foods it is important to do what? Question 12

2 What is the best way to store leftovers? Question 13 A person can get food poisoning by what? Question 14 Utensils should be disinfected by using what method? Question 15 Germs grow best between what range of temperatures? Question 16 Cooked food should not be left out for more than what length of time? Question 17 What guidelines for foods to be properly stored in the freezer should be followed? Question 18 What is the way to tell if a hamburger is cooked? Question 19 What are the best ways to thaw food? Question 20 To prevent germs from growing in microwaved foods you should do what? Question 21 What do the letters HACCP mean? Question 22 Which of the following provide good sources of Vitamin A? Question 23 Eggs, liver and some fish; in the U.S. milk that is fortified are the best sources of which vitamin? Question 24

3 Which nutrient is needed to make hemoglobin in red blood cells which gives blood its red color. (Hemoglobin carries oxygen to all cells in the body) Question 25 Which of the following correctly describes the function of Iodine in the human body? Question 26 What laws were designed to protect donors from liability when donating food items to non-profit organizations? Question 27 Does alcohol gives us calories? Question 28 Can vitamins take the place of food? Question 29 Can we only get the daily water we need from the tap or from bottled water? Question 30 Is it true that fiber keeps our digestive system healthy? Question 31 Is it true that fiber helps lower cholesterol in the blood and therefore helps to prevent artery buildup of cholesterol? Question 32 Can fiber helps keep blood sugar in better control? Question 33 Does alcohol contains protein? Question 34 Does alcohol contains cholesterols? Question 35

4 Can creating a pleasant, organized and calm eating environment, using family-size tables to provide privacy at meal times, can help homeless children adjust to a new environment and actually improve their food intake? Question 36 In programs that serve children along with adults, should there be no need to make an effort to limit offerings of high calorie, high fat and low nutrient-density foods such as cakes, cookies, chips and doughnuts? Question 37 Do children need two or three healthy snacks in between meals to meet their nutritional needs? Question 38 What is one reason we need to eat is to keep our bodies healthy? Question 39 Is protein essential for making new cells and tissues, renewing and repairing body cells and tissues and forming antibodies to help fight infections? Question 40 Should eating at least 5 fruits and vegetables a day is one of the most important choices addicts can make to help maintain their health throughout recovery? Question 41 When helping newly recovering addicts to sleep better can the right sort of diet can actually help? Question 42 Is it true? One of the reasons alcoholics often suffer from nutritional deficiencies is that individuals who drink excessive amounts of alcohol, may experience a sense of fullness having eaten very little or no food. Question 43 Is this statement true? Raw or undercooked meats, poultry, eggs, milk and dairy products, shrimp, frog legs, non-commercial sauces, salad dressing, cream-filled desserts and toppings made with raw eggs, cocoa, chocolate, and alfalfa sprouts can cause Salmonella poisoning. Question 44 Is this statement true? Botulism poisoning is fatal in 3 to 10 days if not treated.

5 Question 45 Is this statement true? Our body needs over 40 different nutrients. Question 46 Is this statement true? The term "cross-contamination" is used to refer to situations where one type of food is exposed to raw foods and soiled utensils that are contaminated with germs cause food borne illnesses Question 47 Is dried beans one source of protein? Question 48 Do we need any kind of fat in our diet? Question 49 Is important to have regularly spaced meals for people in recovery? Question 50 Does regular physical activity can help to promote a sense of confidence, self-esteem, and build strength?

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