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Which of the following dietary components has NOT been shown to have a relationship

Which of the following dietary components has NOT been shown to have a relationship to impaired fertility in women?

a.A regular intake of soy foods

b.A low fat intake (



e.Vitamin D


22.A woman in her late forties wanted to increase the likelihood of becoming pregnant. She bought natural estrogen capsules over the Internet and increased her dietary fat intake. What information would be important for her to understand?

a.Females are born with their lifetime supply of eggs.

b.Estrogen may have an inhibitory effect on fertility.

c.Weight gain can lead to infertility.

d.Infertility increases with increasing age.

e.All of the above


23.When women are trying to get pregnant it is recommended that they _____.

a.drink in the evening to help with sleep

b.drink one glass of wine daily to reduce the effects of stress

c.drink one can of beer daily

d.restrict their alcohol intake


24.Decreased fertility in men is related to sperm _____.




d.a and c

e.a, b, and c


25.Which of the following is NOT related to oral contraceptive use?

a.Weight loss

b.Decreased blood levels of HDL cholesterol (the “good” cholesterol)

c.Increased risk of blood clots

d.Increased levels of triglycerides and LDL cholesterol (the “bad” cholesterol)

e.Increased blood glucose and insulin


26.The primary reason women have given for discontinuation of progestin only contraceptives (e.g., Depo-Provera) is:

a.weight gain.




e.abdominal pain.


27.Current forms of contraceptives for women include all of the following EXCEPT:

a.contraceptive implants.

b.nasal inhalants.

c.hormone-releasing IUDs.

d.monthly vaginal rings.

e.pills that contain estradiol and progestin.


28.Women taking oral contraceptive pills are cautioned against:

a.large amounts of animal products.

b.too many carbohydrates.

c.more than 1/2 cup peanut butter weekly.


e.All of the above


29.Women who experience multiple miscarriages, men who have sperm abnormalities, and women that ovulate infrequently may be classified as:







30.The recommended daily intake of folic acid for ALL women who may become pregnant is:

a.40 mcg.

b.40 mg.

c.400 mcg.

d.400 mg.

e.400 g.


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