In last month's quiz, we asked you about some popular weight loss myths that we hear on a regular basis. There is so much information and so many opinions out there, sometimes it's hard to keep track, but overall, you did pretty well! Here are the results:
Question 1: True or False? Steady state low intensity exercise for a longer period of time will help you lose more weight than shorter duration moderate intensity exercise because it burns more fat.
While low intensity exercise can actually help burn more fat than high intensity, the total caloric burn will be higher in the later situation (shorter duration moderate-high intensity exercise).
In this last month's quiz, we asked how well you knew the nutritional values of some of the popular foods on Thanksgiving. It becomes pretty eye opening when you really break it down as to how much we typically eat on Thanksgiving! Here are the answers:
Question 1: In a portion size of about 3.5 ounces of white meat turkey without skin (about the size of a deck of cards) what is the approximate nutritional breakdown?
Answer: 175 calories, 6 grams of fat, 30 grams of protein. About 66% of you got this one right!
Turns out most of you know a decent amount about Gut Health! It's an important subject and can make a big difference in your digestion and how your body absorbs nutrients. Here's the results:
Question: What is the gut microbiome?
Answer:A community of bacteria that form a mini-ecosystem in our stomachs. You all got 100% correct on this one!
Question: What percent of all cells in the human body are bacterial cells?
Answer:70% - Only a little over half of you got this one correct.
Last month's Quiz was about how well you could identify muscles and where they are located. Here are the overall results!
Question 1:Where is your brachialis muscle located?
A: In your arm!The brachialis muscle is the long and strong muscle in your upper arm that helps to flex your elbow. Only 20% of respondents got this one correct!
Question 2:Where is your gastrocnemius muscle located?
A: In your calf!While the sound of the word might seem like it should be in your abdomen (as more than half of you thought), it is actually the most prominent muscle in your calves!