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1) Pick the correct descriptions for GI a) A scale of 0-50 b) A scale of 0-110 c) How healthy a food is for us d) How quickly sugar is released into the body e) How bad food is for us f) Glucose index 2) What does insulin do? a) Increase blood sugar levels b) Lower blood sugar levels c) Maintain current blood sugar levels d) give us protein e) nothing f) keeps us hydrated 3) Identify a high GI food a) Chocolate b) Watermelon c) Celery d) Brocoli e) Porridge f) Wholemeal bread 4) Identify a low GI food a) Parsnip b) Doughnuts c) White rice d) Potatoes e) Bananas f) French fries 5) You can prevent diabetes a) eating more high GI foods b) eating more low GI foods c) eating a balanced diet d) eating more carbohydrates e) eating more fibre f) drinking more water 6) What does cholesterol do? a) Makes hormones, vitamin D and digests bile b) Absorbs heat c) Keeps us hydrated  d) Lowers blood sugar e) Keeps us warm f) Lowers body temperature 7) Which is an example of a macronutrient? a) water b) heat c) vitamins d) minerals e) sugar f) Proteins 8) Which is an example of a micronutrient? a) Sugar b) Fats c) Protein d) Carbohydrates e) Vitamins f) Fibre 9) Which one of the following is a message from the Eatwell Guide a) Eat more fats b) Eat less bread c) Eat more full fat drinks d) Drink 6-8 glasses of fluid a day e) Always eat breakfast f) Eat fish 4 times a week 10) You can maintain a healthy blood sugar level by? a) Eating more food b) Eating less food c) Drink more water d) Staying warm e) Don't skip meals f) Eat more fruit




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