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This 3 page Study Guide was uploaded by Megan Notetaker on Thursday April 28, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to 303 at Indiana University Purdue University - Fort Wayne taught by Joann Burnett in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 18 views. For similar materials see FNN 303 in Nutrition and Food Sciences at Indiana University Purdue University - Fort Wayne.

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Megan Shuff FNN 4/28/2016 1. Which nutrients are particularly important during adolescence to ensure adequate bone  and muscle growth?               Calcium, vitamin D, and i . Calcium, vitamin D, and iron are particularly  important during adolescence to ensure adequate bone and muscle growth. During this  rapid period of bone growth, inadequate intakes of calcium and vitamin D can result in  low peak bone mass and increase fracture risk now and decades later. Compared with  earlier in their childhood, adolescents need additional iron to support muscle growth and  increased blood volume, and teen girls need more iron than boys to offset blood loss in  menstruation. 2. In older adults, which of the following is a mineral important to a healthy immune  system?               Zinc . In older adults, zinc is a mineral important to a healthy immune system.  Zinc is needed for production of white blood cells, so it helps keep the immune system  healthy. Zinc is found in lean meat, poultry, fortified cereals, dairy foods, and legumes. 3. Approximately how many calories do toddlers aged 2 to 3 require each day?               1,000­1,400 calories.  Toddlers aged 2 to 3 require 1,000 to 1,400 calories each  day. Meals and snacks for toddlers should consist of small portions of protein­rich foods,  such as lean meat, eggs, poultry, dairy products, beans, fruits, vegetables, and whole  grains. 4. Which of the following foods would be the best source of dietary calcium for a young  toddler?               A.)  All options are correct 5. Children may need to be exposed to a food __________ before accepting it.               Repeatedly, 10x or m . Children will often adapt to the foods that are around  them. 6. Adolescent acne is caused by __________.               A.)  Hormonal Changes 7. Peak bone mass is typically achieved __________.               In the teenage years up through age 30 . Bone mineral density (BMD) increases  through early adulthood, and peak bone mass may not be reached until age 30.  Inadequate intakes of calcium and vitamin D in adolescence can result in low peak bone  mass and increase fracture risk now and decades later. 8. Adults of any age who have coronary heart disease should be following a heart­healthy diet that limits all the following EXCEPT __________.              Protein from plant sources. 9. Which of these foods will help provide teen girls with the extra iron they need to offset blood loss in menstruation?               Fortified grains and lean meats, poultry, and seafood.  Compared with earlier  in their childhood, adolescents also need additional iron to support muscle growth and  increased blood volume. 10. What food is the leading cause of fatal food­related choking in children?               Hot . The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that children under  age 4 not be offered foods that are easily lodged in the airway, including nuts, raw  carrots, popcorn, peanuts and peanut butter, seeds, marshmallows, raisins and other dried  fruit, chunks of meat or cheese, chewing gum, and round candy. Hot dogs, grapes, and  string cheese pose less of a choking risk when cut into small pieces. 11. Which of the following is NOT an appropriate weight control recommendation for an  overweight 11­year­old?               Limit calorie intake to 1,000 calories per day or less . Parents should implement a healthy lifestyle at home, and encourage at least one hour of physical activity every  day. 12. The most common nutrient deficiency in young children is caused by inadequate  intake of __________.              Iron. 13. All of these tips will help develop healthy eating habits in toddlers EXCEPT  __________.              Toddlers should only be given three meals a day. 14. All of the following are physiological changes that typically occur with aging  EXCEPT __________.              Decreased body fat.


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