Integrated Diabetes Services Carbohydrate Skills Quiz
 

This interactive quiz allows you to select an answer and receive immediate feedback with an explanation to each question.

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There are 30 questions. At the completion of the quiz, you will be given a score and an opportunity to review the questions and answers you provided.

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Most carbohydrates peak within 30 minutes after mealtime.
True
False
Carbohydrates are the only source of calories.
True
False
Vegetables do NOT contain carbohydrates
True
False
Which of the following foods impact blood glucose and insulin timing?
Carbohydrates, fats and protein
Carbohydrates only
Gluten, Aspartame and Saccharin
All of the above
Which of the following do NOT raise blood glucose?
Vegetables, Starchy food and alcohol
Lactose (sugar found naturally in milk), protein & sugar free cookies
Aspartame, salt, & gluten
Sugar, honey, & fat
Which breakfast meal has the MOST carbohydrate?
Coffee with slice of coffee-house style pumpkin bread
1 slice toast, 3 scrambled eggs, 2 pieces of bacon, ½ cup orange juice
New York bakery style bagel with decaf coffee
2 cups Frosted Flakes cereal with 1 cup milk
Which lunch meal has the MOST carbohydrate?
12-inch hoagie/sub/hero/grinder-style Italian sandwich
2.5 cups Greek salad with vinaigrette dressing, and 6-inch pita
Hamburger (on a small bun) with medium fries
3 fish tacos (made with lettuce wrap) with 1 cup grilled vegetables and 2 Tbsp guacamole
Approximately how many grams of total carbohydrate are in the pictured portions? Bagel and Orange Juice
50
60
75
85
Approximately how many grams of total carbohydrate are in the pictured portions? 12-inch hoagie/ sub sandwich with fries, diet beverage
75
100
125
135
Approximately how many grams of total carbohydrate are in the pictured portions? Sushi Rolls
35
50
65
80
Approximately how many grams of total carbohydrate are in the pictured portions? Pasta and Breadstick
75
85
100
110
Approximately how many grams of total carbohydrate are in the pictured portions? Steak & baked Potato
25
40
55
75
Approximately how many grams of total carbohydrate are in the pictured portions? Banana
10
20
30
40
Approximately how many grams of total carbohydrate are in the pictured portions? Ice Cream
20
30
45
55
Approximately how many grams of total carbohydrate are in the pictured portions? Bloody Mary
0
5
15
20
Approximately how many grams of total carbohydrate are in the pictured portions? Grilled Shrimp With Veggies and Watermelon
20
35
45
55
Approximately how many grams of total carbohydrate are in the pictured portions? BBQ Pork With Baked Beans and Cornbread
50
60
80
90
Approximately how many grams of total carbohydrate are in the pictured portions? Fish and Chips
40
55
65
75
According to the nutritional label, how much blood sugar-raising carbohydrate is 4 biscuits?
20g (USA) / 18g (EU)
30 g (USA) / 27 (EU)
40 g (USA) / 37g (EU)
38g (USA) / 35 g (EU)
According to the nutritional labels (USA and EU), how much fiber does one serving contain?
0.5 g(USA)/1.5 g(EU)
1 g (USA) / 0.5 g (EU)
2 g (USA / 1 g (EU)
3 g (USA) / 3.6 (EU)
If you were to eat the entire package of this food, how many grams of total carbohydrate would it contain?
20 grams of total carbohydrate (USA)/ 9.2 grams total carbohydrate (EU)
140 grams of total carbohydrate (USA)/ 124 grams total carbohydrate (EU)
280 grams of total carb (USA)/ 248 grams total carbohydrate (EU)
260 grams of total carb (USA)/280 grams total carbohydrate (EU)
If a baked potato has a carb factor of .22, how much carbohydrate is in a 300 g potato have?
22 g
55 g
66 g
75 g
The following recipe contains 4 servings. How much carbohydrate does one serving of chicken and rice soup contain?
68 grams of carbohydrate
66 grams of carbohydrate
34 grams of carbohydrate
25 grams of carbohydrate
If your insulin to carbohydrate ratio is 1: 10, how much insulin would you need for a meal of 75 g carbohydrates?
4.5
6
7.5
9
Which statement is true about fiber?
It speeds up the rate of digestion
It blocks insulin absorption
The human body does not absorb it
It stimulates the liver to release glucose
Which food would produce the slowest rise in blood glucose?
Pretzels
Corn flakes
Ice cream
Sweet Potato
Which food would be the best choice for treating a low blood sugar (has a high glycemic value and, therefore, converts to glucose quickly)?
Orange juice
Regular (non-diet) soda
Peanut Butter
Chocolate
You can use the Glycemic Index to help—– (fill in the blank)
Figure out total carbohydrate content of foods
Increase metabolism
Figure out total insulin dose
Better manage after meal blood sugars.
Which is TRUE about high protein meals (that do not contain any carbohydrate)?
Your body cannot convert protein into another fuel source (carbohydrate)
Protein, when eaten without carbohydrate, can increase blood glucose levels
Insulin is not needed when a protein-only meal is consumed
Carbohydrates are the only macronutrient that impacts blood sugar levels
The fat content of a meal increases:
The number of calories you are consuming
Satiety and the feeling of “fullness” after a meal
The length of time it takes for the meal to be digested (fat takes longer than carbohydrate)
Blood glucose levels 4 hours (or more) after the meal is consumed
All of the above
What is your name? (Optional)
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