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Mini-Quiz: The Ideal Diet for Weight Loss and Satiety

by Eleanor Kurtus, PhD (revised 10 August 2015)

Take this Mini-Quiz to check your understanding of the lesson material.



1. Satiety is the state of...

Having eaten but wanting more

Feeling full and satisfied

Wanting to eat

2. The GI tract includes the...

Gallbladder

Nose

Small intestine

3. Satiety is related to the...

Volume of food consumed

Amount of calories consumed

Type of food consumed

4. Receptors in the digestive system detect...

Expansion of the stomach

Pressure

Both a and b

5. Digestion begins in the...

Stomach

Throat

Mouth

If you got all three correct, you are on your way to becoming a Champion in Nutritional Excellence. If you had problems, you had better look over the material again.


Enjoy your food


Resources and references

Author's Credentials

Websites

Dr. Joel Fuhrman - "How to live, for life" website

Nutrition Resources

Books

Super Immunity by Dr. Joel Fuhrmann (2012)

Secrets of Healthy Cooking by Dr. Joel Fuhrmann (2007)


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