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Whole grain: Quiz


Question 1: Wholegrains can generally be ________ while processed grains generally will not sprout.
Edible sproutsAlfalfaAeroponicsSprouting

Question 2: Wholemeal products are made from wholegrain ________.
BreadInternational wheat production statisticsFlourWheat

Question 3: [8] Consumption of wholegrains has also been consistently linked with a significant decrease in risk factors for ________.
PneumopericardiumCoronary artery aneurysmHeart diseaseCardiovascular disease

Question 4: When searching for wholegrain foods, it is important to note that any products made with flour can have the same effect on ________, whether the flour is produced from whole grains or not.
Blood plasmaBlood sugarReference ranges for blood testsGlycated hemoglobin

Question 5: For example, wholegrain wheat bread and white bread can have the same ________.
CarbohydrateGlycemic indexPotatoSucrose

Question 6: In addition, wholegrain consumption is inversely related to hypertension, ________, and obesity when compared to refined grains, all of which are negative indicators in total cardiovascular health.
Diabetic retinopathyDiabetic ketoacidosisDiabetes mellitus type 1Diabetes mellitus

Question 7: Grinding grains into flour increases the surface area upon which ________ work to more quickly convert starch into glucose.
Enzyme inhibitorCofactor (biochemistry)EnzymeProtein

Question 8: Regular wholegrain consumption lowers ________ and triglyceride levels, which contributes to an overall 26% reduction in coronary heart disease risk factors.
Low-density lipoproteinTrans fatAtherosclerosisCholesterol

Question 9: Keeping grains as close to their original form as possible slows or prevents the digestion of starch, and a slower digestion is responsible for preventing spikes in blood sugar (which over time may lead to ________).
Diabetic ketoacidosisEndocrine systemDiabetes mellitusInsulin resistance


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