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Diet Quality Indexes and Health

doi: 10.1097/NT.0000000000000407

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  • Read the article on page 62.
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Continuing Education Information for Registered Dieticians and Dietetic Technicians, Registered:

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CE TEST QUESTIONS

GENERAL PURPOSE: To present a literature review of dietary indexes that describe diet quality and correlating associations for health outcome predictability.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

After completing this continuing education activity, you should be able to:

1. Compare and contrast the various dietary indexes described in the article.

2. Describe the methodology, focus, and findings of the dietary indexes.

3. Summarize the author's review of evidence and health outcome associations that correlate with the various dietary indexes.

  1. In the United Kingdom, the Office of Communication uses a profiling system to
    1. generate a 5-level front-of-pack system.
    2. generate a 10-level system for front-of-pack labeling.
    3. determine which foods can make health claims on their labels.
    4. determine foods that can and cannot be advertised during children's TV viewing time.
  2. Brazil has a NOVA food classification system that is based on processing instead of nutritional value. As a marker for processing, NOVA uses
    1. salt.
    2. sugar.
    3. additives.
    4. saturated fat.
  3. The NOVA system includes which of the following on its “avoid” category?
    1. Butter
    2. Beer and wine
    3. Paleo diet foods
    4. Mass-produced bread
  4. To examine if desirable changes occur in relevant biological parameters, the better method for predictive validity to test dietary recommendations includes
    1. trials.
    2. cohort studies.
    3. case-control studies.
    4. cross-sectional studies.
  5. The European Prospective Investigation Into Cancer and Nutrition indexes limited to only dietary factors did not predict risk as well as the index that
    1. included smoking.
    2. excluded alcohol intake.
    3. measured physical activity.
    4. considered waist circumference measurements.
  6. Of the 4 indexes that were compared by Liese and colleagues from the Dietary Patterns Methods Project, 1 included
    1. Healthy Nordic Food Index (HNFI).
    2. Diet Quality Index-International.
    3. Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension.
    4. World Health Organization Healthy Diet Index.
  7. All 4 of the dietary indexes that Liese and colleagues compared focused on whole grains, vegetables, fruit, and
    1. alcohol.
    2. refined grains.
    3. low-fat dairy foods.
    4. plant-based protein.
  8. The Dietary Inflammatory Index combined a range of macronutrients and micronutrients with non-nutrient naturally occurring chemicals and
    1. vitamins.
    2. minerals.
    3. natural sugars.
    4. herbs and spices.
  9. Shivappa and colleagues concluded that there was no evidence that the Dietary Inflammatory Index was more strongly associated with mortality than the
    1. Mediterranean Diet Score.
    2. HNFI.
    3. Healthy Eating Index 2010.
    4. Diet Quality Index-International.
  10. In the Spanish cohort study, a hazard ratio of 0.78 or 22% lower mortality was associated with greater consumption of
    1. wine.
    2. coffee.
    3. saturated fat.
    4. artificial sweeteners.
  11. In the Spanish cohort study, an increment of 1 serving per day of which of the following was associated with a higher death rate of 18%?
    1. butter
    2. additives
    3. alcoholic beverages
    4. ultraprocessed food (ULP)
  12. Adriouch and colleagues found that results of the Food Standards Agency- Nutrient Profiling System (FSAm-NPS) index showed that food intake did not alter the incidence of
    1. stroke.
    2. colorectal cancer.
    3. coronary heart disease.
    4. cardiovascular disease.
  13. Schnabel and colleagues reported that the NutriNet-Santé study found that participants in the highest quartile of ULP food intake had a higher incidence of
    1. stroke.
    2. all cancers.
    3. hypertension.
    4. cardiovascular disease.
  14. After more than 12 years of follow-up, study participants in the most desirable quintile of intake by the FSAm-NPs model had a 25% lower overall incidence of
    1. cancer.
    2. female weight gain.
    3. elevated blood lipid levels.
    4. elevated fasting glucose levels.
  15. Data used from the European Prospective Investigation Into Cancer and Nutrition study and classifying with the FSAm-NPS index showed those in the least desirable quintile of intake had specific associations with
    1. liver cancer.
    2. pancreatic cancer.
    3. gall bladder cancer.
    4. urinary bladder cancer.
  16. The Seguimiento Universidad de Navarra study found that lower consumption of ULP foods was related to a lower incidence of
    1. hypertension.
    2. elevated lipids.
    3. diabetes mellitus.
    4. gastroesophageal reflux.
  17. According to NOVA's 4 classification groups, an example of a processed culinary ingredient is
    1. fortified wine.
    2. infant formula.
    3. ground coffee.
    4. maple syrup.
  18. ULP foods, as categorized by the NOVA food classification groups, include
    1. honey.
    2. salt from mines.
    3. plant-based milk analogs.
    4. starch extracted from plants.
  19. As a basis of scoring, the Mediterranean Style Dietary Pattern Score uses
    1. 6 foods.
    2. 7 food types and sodium.
    3. 9 components.
    4. 13 food types.
  20. Which diet quality index has a basis of scoring that includes 3 foods, several nutrients, fatty acid ratio, and glycemic load?
    1. HNFI
    2. Healthy Eating Index 2010
    3. Healthy Lifestyle Index–diet
    4. Mediterranean Style Dietary Pattern Score
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