CWU NUTR 446 - Sports Nutrition Exam (6 pages)

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Central Washigton University
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Nutr 446 - Sports Nutrition and Weight Control

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Name Title Sports Nutrition Exam Course NUTR EXSC 446 Prof David L Gee PhD Date May 4 2007 True A and False B questions 1 If you were to recommend to a runner a fluid replacement protocol including carbohydrate content for use during a marathon which of the following would you NOT recommend a use a 50 60 percent solution of galactose b provide approximately 10 15 grams per feeding c provide feedings about every 15 20 minutes d limit the amount of fructose in the solution e choose a combination of carbohydrates 2 The glycemic index represents a the degree to which an athlete suffers from hypoglycemia b the amount of glucose released into the blood in response to exercise c the effect of a particular food has on the rate and amount of increase in blood glucose level d the amount of stored glycogen in the muscle and liver e the total amount of insulin released in response to food intake 3 The practice of consuming carbohydrate rich foods within 2 hours after a workout has not been shown to have a significant effect on the rate of muscle glycogen synthesis compared to waiting to eat more than 2 hours after working out 4 Sweating is an effective means of cooling only if the sweat is evaporating off of the skin 5 After competing in an opening round singles tennis match your client has lost 3 pounds of weight She will be playing in a doubles match in another 3 hours In order to be fully hydrated for that match she should drink about of fluids a up to 3 pints b up to 3 cups c 3 to 4 5 pints d 6 quarts e a 6 pack of beer 6 Drinking a concentrated sugar beverage 30 60 minutes prior to exercise can generally improve sprinting and other power activities 7 Hyponatremia may result from the overconsumption of sport drinks during ultra endurance events 8 The increase in sweat loss in athletes is largely made up by the increased amount of water found in foods they eat as well as the increased water produced by their higher metabolism during exercise 9 Glycogen synthesis is thought



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