Flashcards in PT Test 10 Deck (19):
According to the Food Guide Pyramid, how should fats and oils be used in the diet?
An athlete in heavy endurance training should maintain a daily carbohydrate intake that is
approximately what percentage of his/her total energy intake?
Which of the following is true about energy contents?
water = 0 kcal/gram, protein = 4 kcal/gram, alcohol = 7 kcal/gram
A client is attempting to lose 10 pounds. In order to lose 1.5 pounds per week, she will have to
reduce her caloric intake per day by how many calories?
Your client is 5' 3" tall and weighs 130 pounds. After calculating her BMI, you have determined
that she falls in which of the following weight status categories?
If a food product had 250 kilocalories per serving, a recommended serving size of 5 ounces, and
contained 10 servings per container, how many kilocalories would one consume if s/he ate ¼ of
If your active client consumed 2100 kilocalories each day for one week and burned off 2600
kilocalories each day for that same week, how much weight would your client lose that particular
week, assuming normal hydration?
What is your best course of action when you have evidence that one of your clients has an eating
Refer the client to a medical professional
Vitamins classified as fat soluble are in which of the following groups?
A, D, E, K
An intake of additional protein calories above an average individual's daily requirement will result
in which of the following?
A conversion to fat and stored as triglyceride
Which of the following is a potential danger of long-term consumption of a high-protein diet?
Calcium is drawn from the bones & excreted in the urine
When reading the label on a new "energy" bar, you notice that the bar is "sweetened with
fructose". Based on this label, which of the following conclusions can you make about this
The bar is sweetened with a monosaccharide
According to the current (2005) Dietary Guidelines for Americans:
the elderly and individuals with dark skin are at greater risk of low vitamin D concentrations than
Which of the following statements about dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) is correct?
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has classified DHEA as a controlled drug
What term best describes accurate record keeping, a safe exercise environment, and proper
A certified Personal Trainer fails to properly spot a client performing heavy incline dumbbell
presses and the client injures himself. This is an example of what type of negligence?
What is the correct order of an effective program planning model?
Needs assessment, program planning, program implementation, program evaluation
Which of the following is NOT true regarding a properly administered informed consent form?
It releases the facility and personnel from liability