Quiz for Nutrition Module 3 – Nutrition Label 1. True or False: The only way to tell if a food is nutrient-rich is by reading the Nutrition Facts label. 2. When reading the Nutrition Facts label, the most important thing to look at first is: (Choose one.) a. Fat content b. Calories c. Serving size d. Protein 3. True or False: Information on the Nutrition Facts label is for the whole package. 4. True or False: Calories are a measure of the amount of energy we get from a certain amount of food. 5. Nutrients that we should limit or avoid are: (Choose one.) a. Sodium b. Trans fats c. Vitamin C d. Saturated fats e. All of the above f. A, B, and D only 6. True or False: Fiber is a nutrient we should eat more of to prevent constipation. 7. True or False: When using the % Daily Value, 20% or more of a nutrient is high and 5% or less is low. 8. True or False: Information on a Nutrition Facts label is not helpful when an individual is on a special diet such as a diabetic or low-sodium diet. 9. True or False: Food labels list food ingredients from most to least healthy. 10. True or False: The healthiest foods have the longest ingredient lists.