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Approximately how many calories from snacking make up an average teen39s diet up to 25 of daily food energy intake At what age is cow39s milk acceptable to introduce to a child39s diet what type of milk should be served what type of container should this be served in not until 1 year of age whole milk should be served in a cup At what age should a lower fat diet be introduced to an infant why do infants need higher fat diets prior to this age once they are older than 2 years of age they need it in order to gain weight and grow At what age should introduction of solid foods begin what physiological factors are taken into consideration in deciding to introduce solids introduce at 6 months of age or when the birth weight has doubled the infant can sit up the infant can consume 8 ounces of feeding and gets hungry in less than 4 hours and drink 32 ounces per day and want more Brie y explain gestational diabetes and list three risk factors for getting the condition Placental hormones alter the efficiency of insulin Risk factors older than 30 obesity family history previous complications of pregnancy Can the physical characteristics of a child be easily and safely altered by diet N0 parents cannot control the physical characteristics of children Does breast milk contain adequate iron to support infant growth no Does the infant need additional vitamins and minerals during breast feeding if so which ones yes the infant may need uoride vitamin D and iron supplementation if feed solely breast milk Do vitamin and minerals and calorie need change during aging vitamins and minerals needs do not decrease and calorie intake needs to decrease 10 How many additional calories per day does a lactating woman require at least an additional 500 kcals per day 11 How much weight should a women gain during a normal pregnancy 24 pounds during the first trimester 75 to 1 pound weekly after that Total 25 to 35 pounds 12 If a BMI is affected what disease risk is also increased0besity or high blood pressure 13 List five risk factors for having a low birth weight baby Abnormal weight low weight gain socioeconomics poverty Teen pregnancy number and interval and outcome of previous pregnancies 14 List three advantages to breast feeding Full of antibodies and other immunoproperties reduces risk for food allergies healthier eating habits decreases ear infections 15 list three disadvantage to using formula rather than breast milk does not have protective antibodies Cost 16 Name three common factors that increase de ciency of this nutrient early introduction of cow39s milk too much milk 17 name three good food sources of this mineral iron fortified cereals and formulas BAD COW39S MILK 18 role modeling and food behavior of a young child turn off the tv and eat as family and dinners so provide a nutritious food selection and do not limit your child39s foods to only those you like 19 Should an infant be fed low iron formula to reduce colic or constipation No because the iron stores are generally depleted by the birth weight doubles and is prevalent between 6 months and 3 years 20 Should a woman lose weight rapidly during lactation Why or why not No many contaminants are stored in fat and enter the blood stream upon break down 21 What are the calorie needs of a pregnant women lst trimester balanced and adequate diet 2nd and 3rd need 350 to 400 extra kcal per day 22 What are three to four vitamins and minerals of concern for a pregnant women and why Folic Acid needs to be double to increase red blood cell volume to prevent birth defects Calcium Vitamin D Aids calcium absorption Iron Absorption rate increases during pregnancy Iodine Fetal brain development and prevention of cretinism 23 What happens cognitively and physiologically to a young child suffering from iron deficient anemia intellectual performance 24 What happens to Basal Metabolic RateBMR during aging process and why generally decreases 25 What harmful substances can easily be passed to the infant during breast feeding Spicy foods may alter the taste little or no alcohol caffeine smoking drugs fresh water fish from polluted water peel fruits and veggies and remove fatty parts of meat 26 What is the basic difference between breast feeding and feeding of formula breast feeding is the provision of immune protection to the infant 27 What is the number one cause of iron deficiency in children not eating meats 28 What is the recommended quotIdealquot time frame for breastfeeding an infant first 6 to 12 months of life 29 What is the recommended time frame for supporting an infant39s nutritional needs for formula first 4 to six months of life 30 What mineral is lacking in the diets of most elderly persons calcium or Vitamin iron zin milk yogurt cheese 31 What mineral is of greatest concern during early childhood iron 32 What should the rst solid foods be rice cereal strained foods and meats juice 33 What vitamin is fast food particularly lacking Vitamin A 34 Why is it risky to have a low birth weight baby increased chance of complicated delivery physical and mental defects and 40 greater chance of death
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