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Nicola Romaguera MD
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Danielle Torisky

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This 1 page Study Guide was uploaded by Nicola Romaguera MD on Saturday September 26, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to NUTR 385 at James Madison University taught by Danielle Torisky in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 36 views. For similar materials see /class/213992/nutr-385-james-madison-university in Nutrition and Food Sciences at James Madison University.

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Date Created: 09/26/15
NUTR 385 LIFECYCLE NUTRITION TORSKY Preparation for Exam 1 Sept 25 2008 39 Important This guide is not intended to be for quick lastminute study it is meant to be a companion to a nal review for the student who has been keeping up with reading assignments to maximize Iearning amp long term retention of material General tips for all text chapters El Cengage Thomson Wadsworth publisher website See Blackboard for how to access El Bolded and inset glossary terms website helpful for this El You are responsible for all class notes corresponding to the chapters listed in this guide El Read through case studies to study amp reinforce concepts from the text you ve read but no need to memorize the details of stories amp people being described Chapter 1 Nutrition Basics all with special attention to El Principles of nutrition science while this should be review for you study well since this is what you want to retain amp build on not only for Lifecycle but also other nutrition courses El Summary tables 1 9 113 of vitamins amp minerals including food sources of these 0 No need to memorize milligram amounts in these tables 0 In the same way for tables on food sources of carbohydrates fats amp protein know what they are but you won t be asked gram content Principles of nutritional assessment all As you look at public nutrition programs nationwide improvements Dietary Guidelines for Americans 2005 and the Year 2010 nutrition objectives forthe US table 119 ask yourself 0 How would you as a health professional measure the success of these 0 How do these translate into nutrition education needs of people at different stages of life DD Chapter 4 Nutrition During Pregnancy all with special attention to El Terms amp concepts related to the timeline of pregnancy infant mortality and birthweight El With exception of definition of low amp very low birthweight no need to memorize the statistics displayed in tables 41 42 43 CI Physiological changes in pregnancy amp accompanying discomfortshealth problems possible El Embryonic amp fetal growth amp development El Healthy weight gain in pregnancy including recommendations composition no need to memorize gram values in table 416 CI Impact of nutrition on outcome of pregnancy including historic background current day knowledge about nutrient requirements amp pregnancy outcome effect of caffeine alcohol pica supplements contaminants etc Related to this see also pp 5258 on nutrition factors affecting fertility As you look at both Canadian MDD and US WIC programs what similarities amp differences do you see in their purposes and services offered El Related to this see also pp 6162 WIC and CDC programs in Chapter 2 DD Continued next page


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