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100
Weight gain
Low birth weight is a complication associated with inadequate…
100
True
True or false: weight gain is a common problem for older adults.
100
False
True or false: teens usually meet the requirements for dairy intake.
100
Breast milk
The preferred source of food for a 2-month-old baby.
100
1 and ¾ tbsp
Calculate the portion size of food for a 21-month-old.
200
Usual dietary intake, weight gain progress, and supplement use
Name the three main components to cover in a dietary assessment for a pregnant client.
200
Taste and smell
These two senses can be risk factors for poor nutrition as they decrease with aging.
200
1,300mg
The DRI for calcium in teens.
200
False
True or false: breastmilk composition stays the same throughout the breastfeeding period.
200
Older than 12 months
Infants should not be introduced to solid foods until at least they are this old.
300
Obese
Clients who must gain 11-20lbs throughout their pregnancy are considered this weight class.
300
False
True or false: genetics contributes the most to your longevity.
300
Folate
Skipping breakfast increases teenagers’ risk of developing a deficiency in this nutrient.
300
Lactogenesis
There are three stages of this process of breastmilk production.
300
True
True or false: mothers can influence their child’s diet through role modeling good eating behaviors.
400
3 to 5lbs
An underweight client should gain approximately this many pounds in their first trimester.
400
70
The DRI says you must be at least this old to be considered “old”.
400
Iron
Teens need more of this nutrient to compensate for an increased blood volume during puberty.
400
10
Milk composition is stable after this many days into breastfeeding.
400
3kg x 108kcal/kg/d = 324kcal
Calculate the kcal/d needed for a 4-month-old baby who weighs 3kg.
500
Hypertension
Edema reflects a healthy expansion of blood plasma unless accompanied by this condition.
500
Disease, eating poorly, tooth loss/mouth pain, economic hardship, reduced social contact, multiple medicines, involuntary weight change, needs assistance in self-care, elder years above 80
Name three components on the DETERMINE checklist.
500
20%
The amount of fat required for a girl to go into menarche.
500
True
True or false: you should hear sounds when breastfeeding properly.
500
135.3-(30.8(4))+1.5(10(16.8)+934(1.01))+20 = ~1,700kcal
Calculate the EER of a low active 4-year-old girl that weighs 37lbs and is 40in. tall.
Use this formula:
135.3 - (30.8 × age) + 1.5 x (10.0 x weight [kg] + 934 x height [m]) + 20kcal




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