LIFESCI 2N03 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Saturated Fat, Pancreatic Juice, Nutrient

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Part B. Fill-in-the-blank and short-answer questions and should be answered on this paper (not the Scantron card).
31) It’s a busy day and Balveen has already skipped breakfast and knows she may not have time for a healthy dinner.
She decides to make herself a very healthy lunch, and so she makes the following items:
1 cup lettuce (1 veg)
2 slices of white bread
(2 grain servings)
1 cup Coca-Cola
doesn’t count as a
½ cup diced cucumber
(1 veg serving)
½ cup sliced chicken (1
meat serving)
¼ cup red onion (1/2 veg)
1 leaf of lettuce doesn’t
count as a serving
¼ cup apple slices (1/2 fruit)
1 tsp mustard doesn’t
count as a serving
¼ cup walnuts (1 meat)
1 tbsp vinaigrette dressing
doesn’t count as a serving
Analyze her lunch according to Canada’s Food Guide by filling in the following table: [4 marks]
This was graded as 0.5 mark for each Food Group title and 0.5 for each correct # of servings
If you wrote Dairy – 0” then that was worth 0.5 total for the correct servings but incorrect Food Group title according
to Canadas Food Guide
Food Group Exact Food Guide wordings required
# of Servings
Vegetables and Fruit
Grain Products (“Grains” was accepted)
Milk and Alternatives (“Dairy” was not accepted)
Meat and Alternatives
What could Balveen do to make her lunch even more nutritious? Make one substitution each for her salad, sandwich,
and drink. Explain why each suggestion will help her make the most of her Canada’s Food Guide servings (don’t just
tell her to eat MORE servings she can only eat so much at one time)! [6 marks]
For each you had to make a SUBSTITUTION that was logical, and provide a reason from the Food Guide or
diet planning principles that was SPECIFIC. Ideally the substitution was from within the same food group,
but other correct answers were possible.
This question was NOT about the total number of servings required in a day from each food group. If the
answer substituted foods to try to max out one food group, it did not receive marks. I indicated NOT to “tell
her to eat MORE servings”
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