1. All of the following are examples of a complex carbohydrate EXCEPT _______________.

  1. ____________ has the ability to remove cholesterol from the arterial walls and take it back to the liver where it is excreted.

  1. Which of the following stimulates pass through the placental barrier and can negatively affect growth and development of an embryo?

  1. All of the following statements are true regarding cholesterol EXCEPT:

  1. A long-term deficiency of vitamin C may cause this oral condition:

  1. A deficiency of vitamin K may cause this condition:

  1. Using the interactive “Create your Plate” tool, which food group is represented in the largest quantity?

  1. A folic acid deficiency during pregnancy may cause this oral condition during fetal development:

  1. Which of the following are considered antioxidants?

  1. The most serious damage to oral structures from exposure to nutritional deficiencies are most likely to occur beginning _______________.

  1. The relationship between diet and dental caries normally involves all of the following EXCEPT:

  1. When oral hygiene does not follow a meal, caries counseling suggestions may include _______________.

  1. Fat soluble vitamins include ____________.

  1. All of the following are examples of heart healthy fats EXCEPT ____________.

  1. Calcium is the most abundant mineral in the body.

  1. An eating disorder may involve a combination of starvation, purging, and/or binging.

  1. The most important dietary consideration when counseling a patient about diet and dental caries is the frequency of carbohydrate ingestion.

  1. Involving children in meal preparation and never using food as a reward or a punishment can teach children healthy eating strategies.

  1. Which combination of vitamins/minerals (is/are) essential for the calcification of teeth?

  1. Vitamin C is important in periodontal health because it _______________.