The refinement of whole grains transforms whole-wheat flour into
A) enriched whole-wheat flour.
B) unrefined whole-wheat flour.
C) whole-wheat flour dust.
D) white flour.
Connie is satisfied with her weight but would like to improve her eating habits. She typically has several slices of toast and a large coffee for breakfast, a turkey sandwich and chips or sausage pizza for lunch, and a pasta dish with baked chicken or pork chops for supper. She often has an evening snack of fat-free pudding or yogurt. She drinks unsweetened iced tea, regular colas, water, and an occasional glass of milk. Connie could adjust her diet closer to that recommended by Eating Well with Canada's Food Guide by increasing her daily servings of all of the following, EXCEPT:
A) refined sugars.
B) whole grains.
C) fresh fruit and 100% fruit juice.
The average Canadian diet includes about of total daily calories as protein.
When reducing fat intake, the emphasis should be placed on lowering intake of
A) omega-3 fatty acids.
B) monounsaturated fats.
C) trans fatty acids.
D) linoleic acid.