Chapter 14 Weight Management

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What is the over-the-counter lower dose version of the prescription fat-blocking drug Orlistat?


Exercise affects metabolic rate by doing all of the following EXCEPT

building strength during exercise

Which of the following are activities that use calories?

All of these activities use calories

A person with a body mass index of 31.2 is classified as


A health risk associated with anorexia nervosa is

low blood pressure

A person’s ongoing internal comments about events happening to him is called


Resting metabolic rate is

the energy required to maintain vital body functions

A condition called the female athlete triad consists of all of the following, EXCEPT

muscle dysmorphia

A health problem associated with bulimia is

tooth decay

Surgery for the severely obese is usually recommended only for individuals with BMI over _____________


The greater amount of muscle mass, the

higher the resting metabolic rate

Alan is somewhat surprised that he has gained a couple of pounds since coming to college. He has never had a weight problem. He was always active everyday in high school sports. Alan admits that his eating habits probably aren’t as good as they should be. Still, he eats only three meals a day and a snack at night. He doesn’t snack between meals because he doesn’t get hungry. The food servers in the cafeteria where he eats always give him generous servings of food. Alan isn’t involved with any college sport, but he does play basketball with his friends occasionally. He also has a part-time job and has a full course load. Alan thinks he is more active in college than when he was in high school. In fact, he often feels rushed going to classes because of the distance between classroom buildings and the fact that most of his classes are on the third or fourth floor and he has to wait to get an elevator.

An initial step that Alan can take toward solving the problem contributing to his weight gain is to

take the stairs, instead of the elevator, to class

Eating disorders in America affect

mostly women

Which of the following is NOT related to obesity?

living in a city

Characteristics of bulimia include all of the following, EXCEPT

significant weight loss

Psychological problems stemming from obesity include all of the following, EXCEPT


A person with a body mass index of 26.5 is classified as


Which of the following patterns of eating is recommended for weight management?

four to five small meals per day, including breakfast and snacks

Prescription drugs are usually recommended only to people with a BMI over


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