Quiz: Are you a healthy food champion?
So, you’re an avid reader of Healthy Food Guide? Great! Grab a pen and paper and take our quiz to see how much you have learned during the past year!
1. Does being underweight or overweight reduce a woman’s chances of conception?
2. True or false? Pregnant women are advised…
A Not to take any vitamin or mineral supplements
B To take high-dose vitamin C
C To take folic acid early in their pregnancy
D To take iodine throughout pregnancy
3. True or false?
A By age five, kids are ready to be chopping, peeling, grating and using the stove
B Extra vitamin C and lycopene may increase sperm count
C Celery, chilli and avocado are claimed to enhance the libido
D The more dishes on offer at the dinner table the less we consume overall
E Obese men have a higher risk of erectile dysfunction
4. What’s the best source of iodine?
5. Which is the healthiest body shape?
6. Who is generally the most expensive member of the family of feed?
C Teenage boy
D Teenage girl
7. Should I only eat fruit on an empty stomach?
8. How many people in New Zealand are likely to die today from coronary heart disease?
9. Which of these is the best fish source of calcium?
10. True or false?
A If you choose the ‘light’ version of foods you can eat much more of them
B If you want to lose weight, it’s important to detox
C Fibre is great for weight control as it slows digestion
D A low-carb diet is better for your mood than a low-fat diet
11. Are leftover onions poisonous?
12. Which contains more fat?
A Crinkle-cut chips
B Flat-cut chips
13. What proportion of New Zealand adults is obese?
14. Check before you flush! Which of these are important to notice about your poo?
15. LSA is an acronym for
A Loganberry’s super-antioxidant anthocyanins
B Long-suffering aunt
C Linseeds, sunflower seeds and almonds
D Loose stool apoplexy
16. True or false?
White, black and green teas all come from the same plant.
17. True or false?
Organic food is more nutritious.
18. Which of these is an eating disorder? What does it stand for?
19. Which is the‘good’ cholesterol?
20. Which of these is good for your bones? (Choose all that apply)
A Vitamin D
C Vegetables and fruit
|1||Both conditions reduce a woman’s chance of conception||1 point each||2|
|1 point each||4|
|3||A Dangerously false! (Leave it until they are older than 10)|
|1 point each||5|
|5||Pear (If we have excess fat, carrying it around our hips, thighs and bottoms is healthier than around our waists)||1 point||1|
|6||C Teenage boy||1 point||1|
|7||No (Eat fruit whenever you like)||1 point||1|
|8||D 16||1 point||1|
|9||D Sardines||1 point||1|
|10||A False (How much more you can eat of light foods depends on how light they are. Oh, and whether or not you’re choosing them because you want to lose weight!)|
B False (If you want to lose weight and keep it off, it’s important not to follow fads!)
|1 point each||4|
|12||Crinkle-cut chips have more fat as there is more surface area to soak up fat||1 point||1|
|14||All of them||1 point each||4|
|15||C LSA = linseeds, sunflower seeds and almonds||1 point||1|
|17||False (While organic foods are better for the environment, there’s no evidence of significant nutrient differences between organically grown and conventionally grown foods)||1 point||1|
|18||B BED = binge eating disorder||1 point each||2|
|19||HDL-cholesterol (It carries cholesterol away from the blood vessels back to the liver)||1 point||1|
|20||All of them||1 point||4|
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There seem to be some gaps in your knowledge. Keep reading Healthy Food Guide – we’re sure you will learn heaps.
You’re clearly paying attention, but some of those guesses didn’t pay off…
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