Health Issues Related to Digesting System and Eating Habits Quiz
Intake of diet that is high in fibre such as fruits and vegetables can help to prevent
A. constipation, colon cancer, diarrhea and haemorrhoid
B. constipation, colon cancer, indigestion and haemorrhoid
C. constipation, colon cancer, rectum cancer and haemorrhoid
D. constipation, colon cancer, rectum cancer and gastritis
Which of the following is not related to Bulimia Nervosa?
A. people are obsessed with controlling their body weight
B. eat a lot and vomit out the food that they have eaten
C. avoid taking laxatives that cause diarrhoea
D. the patient may suffer from dehydration, nutritional problems and eventually cardiovascular disease or kidney failure.
muscle dysmorphia is a disease which is NOT related to…
A. The girls who are obsessed with their body weight
B. they feel that their size is small with not enough growth.
C. extreme weightlifting training and exercise.
D. consume steroids or muscle building supplements
Anorexics will suffer from…
A. constipation, colon cancer, rectum cancer and haemorrhoid.
B. psychological problems and nutrient deficiency
C. dehydration, nutritional problems and eventually cardiovascular disease.
D. certain food prohibitions and risk of infection
Poor eating habits and an imbalanced diet can cause numerous health problems such as
A. gastritis, muscle dysmorphia, muscle dystrophy and bulimia nervosa.
B. gastritis, muscle dysmorphia, anorexia nervosa and amnesia
C. gastritis, muscle dystrophy, anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa.
D. gastritis, muscle dysmorphia, anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa.
The food class that is most important in the defaecation process is
One of the functions of fibre are to:
A. decrease the population of beneficial bacteria in the large intestine
B. regulate the absorption of glucose especially for diabetes mellitus patients
C. absorb and expel toxic water molecules
D. prevent stimulation of peristalsis
The example of surgical procedure to reduce body weight is
A. Gastric bypass
B. Thoracic Surgery.
C. Gallbladder removal
D. Colorectal Surgery
what are the long-term side effects of gastric bypass?
A. dizziness, low blood sugar level, malnutrition, stomach ulcer and defaecation problems.
B. dizziness, low blood sugar level, malnutrition, acids reflux, nausea and defaecation problems.
A patient in a hospital has had his gall bladder removed, and needs a special diet. Which menu would be the most suitable for this patient?
A. boiled chicken breast and fresh orange
B. fried fish fillet in cheese sauce & green salad
C. fried fish fillet & boiled potatoes
D. chicken sausage and cream cake
A gastric bypass involves a reduction of the stomach size using various methods of surgery. What are the short-term side effects of this surgery?
A. acid reflux, nausea, vomiting, dizziness
B. acid reflux, nausea, vomiting, expanded oesophagus
C. acid reflux, low blood sugar level, vomiting, expanded oesophagus
D. acid reflux, nausea, vomiting, stomach ulcer
Which of the following is related to gastritis?
A. Untreated gastritis can result in gastric ulcers
B. the inflammation and corrosion of the stomach epithelial layer by pancreatic juice when there is no food in the stomach.
C. eating regular quantities of food at regular hours
D. excessive intake of alcohol or painkillers will not cause gastritis.
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