1. According to the article, clinical evidence indicates that replacing ________ with ________ lowers circulating cholesterol levels.
2. The article states that commodity soybean oil is rich in ________ fat; while high oleic soybean oil (HOSO) is rich in _________ fat.
3. Commodity/conventional soybean oil was recently given the “strong qualified health claim”, based on its ability to:
4. According to the article, commodity soybean oil is comprised of _____% linoleic acid/omega-6 polyunsaturated fat.
5. Commodity soybean oil reportedly accounts for approximately ____% of US caloric intake.
6. When examining data from the Nurses’ Health Study and the Health Professionals Follow-up Study, which dietary substitution was stated to demonstrate more cardio-protective effects:
7. In the petition submitted to the FDA seeking a health claim for high oleic oils, the language used suggests that for health benefits one should:
8. According to the HEALTHY HANDOUT, compared to conventional soybean oil, high oleic soybean oil has all of the following attributes, EXCEPT:
9. According to research cited in the HEALTHY HANDOUT, when replacing dietary saturated fats, oleic acid consumption may help all of the following, EXCEPT:
10. Cooking/consumer benefits of high oleic soybean oil include:
11. The final article cites which of the following as the most widely consumed vegetable oil in the American diet:
12. The Dietary Guidelines for Americans specifically recommend consumption of less than ____% of calories from saturated fats.