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Quiz About Healthy Food Choices

When It Comes to Healthy Food, What's the Better Choice?

With so many food choices out there, it's tough to know which one is the healthier option. So take this fun quiz to test your food smarts.

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Which nut contains more protein?

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Which veggie contains more folate?

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Which whole grain contains more fiber?

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Which cheese contains less cholesterol?

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Which veggie contains more calcium?

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Which snack contains less sodium?

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usinda usinda 7 years
Woah, never would have guessed that Kashi crackers have more sodium than the garden of eatin' corn chips... o_O also missed the quinoa vs. barley one.
dm8bri dm8bri 7 years
I missed the cheese one...and I have no idea why.
LittleMzFit LittleMzFit 7 years
I did the same GlowingMoon! I was thinking of Omega3's & total health benefits more than protein content. Got the barley one wrong, also. Good quiz! 4/6 Thanks!
Fitness Fitness 7 years
Wild Magelet - a woman needs 1,000 mg of calcium a day. Check out this list of good sources.
GlowingMoon GlowingMoon 7 years
I missed a few. I beg to differ about the question about walnuts and cashews. The answer was cashews because it has higher grams of protein, but walnuts have omega fatty acids, which is suppose to good for the brain. Arguably, I think walnuts are healthier. JMHO.
littlekaren littlekaren 7 years
Wild Magelet, I believe it is between1200 and 1500 mg per day. Someone correct me if I am wrong.
cocoacrispie cocoacrispie 7 years
Wow I was thrown off by that last q. Who knew tortilla chips were less salty than Kashi?
delightfairy delightfairy 7 years
I just got wrong the mozzarella one.
Wild-Magelet Wild-Magelet 7 years
Just out of curiosity, how much calcium does a woman need in one day?
fifthdaughter fifthdaughter 7 years
Wow mine was really bad. I got three right, oh well. Now I know more about it.
doogirl doogirl 7 years
6/6! Sweet! I liked this quiz!
darc5204 darc5204 7 years
I agree with krist24; one factor isn't enough to make a food healthier than the other. For example, walnuts are packed with omega-3's and quinoa is a complete protein! Other than that, the quiz was educational and challenging. I liked it.
Soniabonya Soniabonya 7 years
3/6 lol. not too bad for random guessing.
almostloli almostloli 7 years
i loveee blue chips!!!and oh.. dark green veggies contain a good amount of calcium to help add up to our daily needs
almostloli almostloli 7 years
i loveee blue chips!!! and oh.. dark green veggies contain a good amount of calcium to help add up to our daily needs
kclulu kclulu 7 years
I did terrible, 2/6. I have never even heard of peral barley before! I definitely learned a thing or two though but I agree with xxkrist24xx about labeling a food healtheir because of one component, somewhat misleading.
xxkrist24xx xxkrist24xx 7 years
I wish you wouldn't label some foods as healthier than others just because of one component... quinoa, for example, may be lower in fiber than the barley, but it is higher in protein. Or pitting sweet potatoes against broccoli... just seems odd. :)
i-heart-monster i-heart-monster 7 years
I thought it was fun too! I learned a couple of things while I was at it!!
michlny michlny 7 years
I must be a nerd b/c I thought this was a fun quiz!!
aimeeb aimeeb 7 years
5/6 :)
aimeeb aimeeb 7 years
5/6 :)
ilanac13 ilanac13 7 years
i was on such a roll with the first few and then just got the last 2 wrong. oh well. at least i'm pretty aware about most things!
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