Lifecycle Nutrition Notes
Lifecycle Nutrition Notes FDNS 2100
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Date Created: 11/03/15
Lifecycle Nutrition Mother and Child kt Infant mortality rate has declined over time kt Preparing for Pregnancy Both partners adopt a healthy lifestyle For woman 9 Establish nutrition status and weight 0 Health habits alcohol and tobacco use For man o Alcohol and drug use sustain damage to their sperms genetic makeup 0 Establish good eating habits Healthy Placenta and other organs 9 Placenta Supply depot and wasteremoval system 2 bloods never mix Metabolically active organ 9 Umbilical chord o Amniotic sac o Poor maternal nutrition prior to pregnancy could affect her children and grandchildren oz Too much Vitamin A can cause huge problems for baby oz Foods on WIC vouchers Milk cheese formula eggs peanut butter dried peas beans iron forti es cereal etc oz Gestation time pregnant 40 weeks anything under is not good oz Folate de ciency causes Neural Tube Defects Folate sources liver lentils chickpeas asparagus spinach avocado orange juice beets kt Normal weight gain during pregnancy is around 30 pounds only 7 of that is body fat kt Physical Activity in Pregnancy Generally safe Switch to lower impact aerobics Walking swimming yoga strength exercises etc Associated with better pregnancy outcomes 0 Unless doctor recommends bedrest Being physically t can make delivery easier
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