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Fructose malabsorption: Quiz

Question 1: This problem results in the concentration of ________ in the entire intestine to be increased.

GlucoseFructoseSucroseFructolysis
Question 2: However, fructose malabsorbers do not need to avoid ________ as do those with celiac disease.

GlutenGluten-free dietWheatTriticeae glutens
Question 3: ________ breads may even highlight the absence of high fructose corn syrup in the bread.

SucroseGlucoseStarchInulin
Question 4: ________ pain (due to muscle spasms, which can vary from mild and chronic to acute but erratic)

Small intestineStomachVermiform appendixColon (anatomy)
Question 5Fructose malabsorption, formerly named “dietary fructose intolerance”, is a digestive disorder[1] of the ________ in which the fructose carrier in enterocytes is deficient.

StomachSmall intestineVermiform appendixColon (anatomy)
Question 6: ________ (present in some diet drinks and foods, and occurring naturally in some stone fruits)

SorbitolBentiromideMagnesium sulfateBetazole
Question 7: ________ present in some berries, and other polyols (sugar alcohols), such as erythritol, mannitol, and other ingredients that end with -tol, commonly added as artificial sweeteners in commercial foods.

SaccharinSugar substituteMaltitolXylitol
Question 8: ________ fruit in “natural” juice (which is often pear juice)

ZincIronworksWrought ironTinning
Question 9: Fructose malabsorption is found in approximately 30-40% of the population of ________,[citation needed] with about half of the affected individuals exhibiting symptoms.

Central EuropeEuropean Economic AreaSchengen AreaEuropean integration
Question 10: It can be associated with reduced plasma tryptophan[4] and ________.

Bipolar disorderMood disorderSchizoaffective disorderMajor depressive disorder