Amazing Health Trivia
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TRIVIA GAME ANSWERS:
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18.) Answer: False.
Weight gain is more about the total calories consumed throughout the day rather than the timing of meals. (See More)
17.) Answer: False.
Even individuals within a healthy weight range can have excess belly fat, which can pose health risks. (See More)
16.) Answer: False.
Meal frequency doesn’t significantly impact metabolism. Total calorie intake matters more. (See More)
15.) Answer: False.
‘Type 1’ diabetes is an autoimmune condition. It cannot be prevented through lifestyle changes. (See More)
14.) Answer: False
While high-intensity cardio can burn calories, a balanced approach that includes strength training and a healthy diet is more effective for long-term fat loss and overall fitness. (See More)
13.) Answer: False
Healthy fats like those, found in avocados, nuts, and fish, are essential for bodily functions and overall health. (See More)
12.) Answer: False.
While drinking water is essential for overall health, there is no direct evidence to suggest that it specifically targets belly fat. (See More)
11.) Answer: False.
While calories are essential, the quality of calories (nutrient-dense vs. empty calories) impacts overall health and well-being. (See More)
10.) Answer: False.
While obesity is a risk factor, genetics and lifestyle also play significant roles in type 2 diabetes development. (See More)
9.) Answer: False.
Technically, fat is converted into energy, carbon dioxide, and water. And you breathe out the carbon dioxide and excrete the water. (See More)
8.) Answer: False.
The color of the eggshell does not affect its nutritional value. It’s the hen’s diet that matters. (See More)
7.) Answer: True.
Fat cells are the same throughout the body, but the distribution of these cells can vary. (See More)
6.) Answer: False.
Total daily calorie intake matters more than the timing of your meals; it’s about overall balance. (See More)
5.) Answer: False.
Some individuals might not experience noticeable symptoms despite high blood sugar levels. (See More)
4.) Answer: True!
Cold water increases metabolism temporarily, making the body burn more calories; however, the effect is modest and short-lived. (See More)
3.) Answer: False.
While organic produce may have fewer pesticide residues, both organic and conventional fruits and vegetables are part of a healthy diet. (See More)
2.) Answer: False.
While these exercises strengthen abdominal muscles, they don’t specifically target belly fat. (See More)
1.) Answer: False.
Skipping meals can lead to overeating later in the day, making it harder to maintain a calorie deficit. (See More)
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