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Holiday Food Quiz: Myth or Truth?

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Question 1 of 13

The best way to treat a holiday hangover is to drink lots of coffee.

  • ATrue
  • BFalse

Question 2 of 13

Staying hydrated is just as important in the winter as it is in summer.

  • ATrue
  • BFalse

Question 3 of 13

The average American gains 5-7 pounds during the holidays.

  • ATrue
  • BFalse

Question 4 of 13

A turkey meal can make one sleepy.

  • ATrue
  • BFalse

Question 5 of 13

People with diabetes can eat a few holiday cookies or a piece of fudge.

  • ATrue
  • BFalse

Question 6 of 13

Feed a cold, starve a fever.

  • ATrue
  • BFalse

Question 7 of 13

The shape of your beverage glass isn't doesn't influence the amount of a drink is poured into it.

  • ATrue
  • BFalse

Question 8 of 13

The holiday season runs about six weeks - from Thanksgiving Day until New Year's Eve.

  • ATrue
  • BFalse

Question 9 of 13

Skipping breakfast and eating very little all day is the best way to prevent overeating at an evening party.

  • ATrue
  • BFalse

Question 10 of 13

Alcohol reduces the appetite.

  • ATrue
  • BFalse

Question 11 of 13

When preparing a heated dish with wine or beer, the alcohol all "cooks out.

  • ATrue
  • BFalse

Question 12 of 13

When hosting a holiday party and you're serving wine and cheese, inexpensive wine will do.

  • ATrue
  • BFalse

Question 13 of 13

Calories consumed while standing up, such as holiday buffet fare, don't count toward the daily total.

  • ATrue
  • BFalse
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