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    3. Sodium 40% of table salt is sodium True Correct! Table salt is 40% sodium and 60% chloride. Next Question

    4. Sodium 40% of table salt is sodium. False Incorrect. Table salt is 40% sodium and 60% chloride. Next Question

    5. Sodium This is NOT a function of sodium. Muscle contractions Blood pressure regulation Transmitting nerve impulses Aids in absorption of major nutrients Helps control weight

    6. Sodium This is NOT a function of sodium. Muscle contractions Incorrect. Sodium is needed for blood pressure regulations, transmitting nerve impulses, aiding absorption of major nutrients, as well as muscle contractions. Sodium does not help control weight. Next Question

    7. Sodium This is NOT a function of sodium. Blood pressure regulation Incorrect. Sodium is needed for muscle contractions, transmitting nerve impulses, aiding absorption of major nutrients, as well as blood pressure regulation. Sodium does not help control weight. Next Question

    8. Sodium This is NOT a function of sodium. Transmitting nerve impulses Incorrect. Sodium is needed for muscle contractions, blood pressure regulations, aiding absorption of major nutrients and transmitting nerve impulses. Sodium does not help control weight. Next Question

    9. Sodium This is NOT a function of sodium: Aids in absorption of major nutrients Incorrect. Sodium is needed for muscle contractions, blood pressure regulations, transmitting nerve impulses, and aids in the absorption of major nutrients. Sodium does not help control weight. Next Question

    10. Sodium This is NOT a function of sodium: Helps control weight Correct! Sodium is needed for muscle contractions, blood pressure regulations, transmitting nerve impulses, and aiding absorption of major nutrients. Next Question

    11. Sodium How much sodium do most Americans typically consume daily? 1000-2000 mg 2000-4000 mg 4000-6000 mg 6000-8000 mg

    12. Sodium How much sodium do most Americans typically consume daily? 1000-2000 mg Incorrect. Most Americans consume 4000-6000 mg of sodium per day. Next Question

    13. Sodium How much sodium do most Americans typically consume daily? 2000-4000 mg Incorrect. Most Americans consume 4000-6000 mg of sodium per day. Next Question

    14. Sodium How much sodium do most Americans typically consume daily? 4000-6000 mg Correct! Next Question

    15. Sodium How much sodium do most Americans typically consume daily? 6000-8000 mg Incorrect. Most Americans consume 4000-6000 mg of sodium per day. Next Question

    16. Sodium This is the maximum daily recommendation for sodium. 1500 mg 2000 mg 2400 mg 3000 mg

    17. Sodium This is the maximum daily recommendation for sodium. 1500 mg Incorrect. The maximum daily recommendation for sodium is 2400 mg. Next Question

    18. Sodium This is the maximum daily recommendation for sodium. 2000 mg Incorrect. The maximum daily recommendation for sodium is 2400 mg. Next Question

    19. Sodium This is the maximum daily recommendation for sodium. 2400 mg Correct! Next Question

    20. Sodium This is the maximum daily recommendation for sodium. 3000 mg Incorrect. The maximum daily recommendation for sodium is 2400 mg. Next Question

    21. Sodium Which of these does NOT have a hidden source of sodium? Canned or frozen soups Luncheon meats Cheeses Condiments Fruits

    22. Sodium Which of these does NOT have a hidden source of sodium? Canned or frozen soups Incorrect. Fruits do not have a hidden source of sodium. Canned or frozen soups, luncheon meats, cheeses and condiments are foods that have hidden sources of sodium. Next Question

    23. Sodium Which of these does NOT have a hidden source of sodium? Luncheon meats Incorrect. Fruits do not have a hidden source of sodium. Canned or frozen soups, luncheon meats, cheeses and condiments are foods that have hidden sources of sodium. Next Question

    24. Sodium Which of these does NOT have a hidden source of sodium? Cheeses Incorrect. Fruits do not have a hidden source of sodium. Canned or frozen soups, luncheon meats, cheeses and condiments are foods that have hidden sources of sodium. Next Question

    25. Sodium Which of these does NOT have a hidden source of sodium? Condiments Incorrect. Fruits do not have a hidden source of sodium. Canned or frozen soups, luncheon meats, cheeses and condiments are foods that have hidden sources of sodium. Next Question

    26. Sodium Which of these does NOT have a hidden source of sodium? Fruits Correct! Fruits do not have a hidden source of sodium. Canned or frozen soups, luncheon meats, cheeses and condiments are foods that have hidden sources of sodium. Next Question

    27. Sodium Too much sodium can contribute to hypertension, high blood pressure, heart disease, fluid retention and kidney stones. True False

    28. Sodium Too much sodium can contribute to hypertension, high blood pressure, heart disease, fluid retention and kidney stones. True Correct! Next Question

    29. Sodium Too much sodium can contribute to hypertension, high blood pressure, heart disease, fluid retention and kidney stones. False Incorrect. The above statement is true. Next Question

    30. Sodium How much sodium is in one teaspoon of table salt? 1000 mg 1300 mg 2000 mg 2300 mg

    31. Sodium How much sodium is in one teaspoon of table salt? 1000 mg Incorrect. There are 2300 mg of sodium in one teaspoon of salt. Next Question

    32. Sodium How much sodium is in one teaspoon of salt? 1300 mg Incorrect. There are 2300 mg of sodium in one teaspoon of salt. Next Question

    33. Sodium How much sodium is in one teaspoon of salt? 2000 mg Incorrect. There are 2300 mg of sodium in one teaspoon of salt. Next Question

    34. Sodium How much sodium is in one teaspoon of salt? 2300 mg Correct! Next Question

    35. Sodium A product that is labeled low sodium must contain: Less than 5 mg of sodium per serving 35 mg or less of sodium per serving 140 mg or less of sodium per serving At least 25% less sodium per serving than the original product

    36. Sodium A product that is labeled low sodium must contain: Less than 5 mg of sodium per serving Incorrect. 140 mg or less sodium per serving is low sodium. Less than 5 mg of sodium per serving is sodium free. 35 mg or less sodium per serving is very low sodium. 25% or less sodium per serving than the original product is reduced sodium. Next Question

    37. Sodium A product that is labeled low sodium must contain: 35 mg or less of sodium per serving Incorrect. 140 mg or less sodium per serving is low sodium. Less than 5 mg of sodium per serving is sodium free. 35 mg or less sodium per serving is very low sodium. 25% or less sodium per serving than the original product is reduced sodium. Next Question

    38. Sodium A product that is labeled low sodium must contain: 140 mg or less of sodium per serving Correct! Less than 5 mg of sodium per serving is sodium free. 35 mg or less sodium per serving is very low sodium. 25% or less sodium per serving than the original product is reduced sodium. Next Question

    39. Sodium A product that is labeled low sodium must contain: At least 25% less sodium per serving than the original product Incorrect. 140 mg or less sodium per serving is low sodium. Less than 5 mg of sodium per serving is sodium free. 35 mg or less sodium per serving is very low sodium. 25% or less sodium per serving than the original product is reduced sodium. Next Question

    40. Sodium Which of the following options is highest in sodium per serving? 3 oz Corned Beef 3 oz French Fries 3 oz Roast Turkey 3 oz Roast Beef

    41. Sodium Which of the following options is highest in sodium per serving? 3 oz Corned Beef Correct! 3 oz of corned beef has 1800 mg of sodium, 3 oz French fries has 700 mg, 30 oz roast turkey has 404 mg, and 3 oz roast beef has 101 mg. Next Question

    42. Sodium Which of the following options is highest in sodium per serving? 3 oz French Fries Incorrect. 3 oz of corned beef has 1800 mg of sodium, 3 oz French fries has 700 mg, 30 oz roast turkey has 404 mg, and 3 oz roast beef has 101 mg. Next Question

    43. Sodium Which of the following options is highest in sodium per serving? 3 oz Roast Turkey Incorrect. 3 oz of corned beef has 1800 mg of sodium, 3 oz French fries has 700 mg, 30 oz roast turkey has 404 mg, and 3 oz roast beef has 101 mg. Next Question

    44. Sodium Which of the following options is highest in sodium per serving? 3 oz Roast Beef Incorrect. 3 oz of corned beef has 1800 mg of sodium, 3 oz French fries has 700 mg, 30 oz roast turkey has 404 mg, and 3 oz roast beef has 101 mg. Next Question

    45. Sodium Salad dressings are high in sodium. True False

    46. Sodium Salad dressings are high in sodium. True Correct! Two tablespoons of salad dressing can have up to 550 mg of sodium. Be sure to use salad dressing sparingly. Next Question

    47. Sodium Salad dressings are high in sodium. False Incorrect. Two tablespoons of salad dressing can have up to 550 mg of sodium. Be sure to use salad dressing sparingly. Next Question

    48. Sodium The best way to cut back on your sodium intake is to become aware of the sources of sodium in your diet and moderate your intake. True False

    49. Sodium The best way to cut back on your sodium intake is to become aware of the sources of sodium in your diet and moderate your intake. True Correct! Next Question

    50. Sodium The best way to cut back on your sodium intake is to become aware of the sources of sodium in your diet and moderate your intake. False Incorrect. This statement is true. Next Question

    51. Sodium If you use canned products that are high in sodium, you should put lemon juice on it after cooking as it will absorb some of the sodium. True False

    52. Sodium If you use canned products that are high in sodium, you should put lemon juice on it after cooking as it will absorb some of the sodium. True Incorrect. Adding lemon juice will not decrease the sodium content. You should rinse the item in a colander under running water for 30 seconds to remove some sodium. Next Question

    53. Sodium If you use canned products that are high in sodium, you should put lemon juice on it after cooking as it will absorb some of the sodium. False Correct! Rinsing the item in a colander under running water for 30 seconds will remove some sodium. Next Question

    54. Sodium The condition of low blood sodium levels is known as hyponatremia. True False

    55. Sodium The condition of low blood sodium levels is known as hyponatremia. True Correct! Next Question

    56. Sodium The condition of low blood sodium levels is known as hyponatremia. False Incorrect! This statement is true. Next Question

    57. Sodium Symptoms of hyponatremia include all of the following except: Nausea Muscle Cramps Migrane Headaches Confusion

    58. Sodium Symptoms of hyponatremia include all of the following except: Nausea Incorrect. The symptoms of hyponatremia include nausea, muscle cramps, and confusion. Migraine headaches are not a symptom. Athletes have to be especially concerned if they drink too much water. Next Question

    59. Sodium Symptoms of hyponatremia include all of the following except: Muscle Cramps Incorrect. The symptoms of hyponatremia include nausea, muscle cramps, and confusion. Migraine headaches are not a symptom of hyponatremia. Athletes have to be especially concerned if they drink too much water. Next Question

    60. Sodium Symptoms of hyponatremia include all of the following except: Migraine Headaches Correct! Migraine headaches are not a symptom of hyponatremia, but nausea, muscle cramps and confusion are symptoms. Athletes have to be especially concerned if they drink too much water. Next Question

    61. Sodium Symptoms of hyponatremia include all of the following except: Confusion Incorrect. The symptoms of hyponatremia include nausea, muscle cramps, and confusion. Athletes have to be especially concerned if they drink too much water. Next Question

    62. Sodium If you think that you or a friend may be suffering from hyponatremia you should: Drink plenty of water Take a salt tablet or eat salty foods, such as pretzels or chips Seek medical attention

    63. Sodium If you think that you or a friend may be suffering from hyponatremia you should: Drink plenty of water Incorrect. You should seek immediate medical attention, as hyponatremia could be fatal in some cases. Next Question

    64. Sodium If you think that you or a friend may be suffering from hyponatremia you should: Take a salt tablet or eat salty foods, such as pretzels or chips Incorrect. You should seek immediate medical attention, as hyponatremia could be fatal in some cases. Next Question

    65. Sodium If you think that you or a friend may be suffering from hyponatremia you should: Seek immediate medical attention Correct! Hyponatremia could be fatal in some cases. Next Question

    66. Sodium UMass athletes can meet with the sports dietitian if concerned about hyponatremia. True False

    67. Sodium UMass athletes can meet with the sports dietitian if concerned about hyponatremia. True Correct! Call 413.577.0318 or go to 254 Boyden to sign up for an appointment with the Sports Dietitian. Next Slide

    68. Sodium UMass athletes can meet with the sports dietitian if concerned about hyponatremia. False Incorrect. Call 413.577.0318 or go to 254 Boyden to sign up for an appointment with the Sports Dietitian. Next Slide

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