Life Cycle 1
Life Cycle 2
Digestion
Digestion 2
Cummulative

100

What mother's milk provides that formula cannot.
What is ANTIBODIES from the mother, concentrated micro and macro nutrients in perfect ratios for baby (as long as mom is healthy)?

100

Recommendations for feeding time with toddlers and young kids.
What is encourage play first so that they can focus on eating, always supervise kids while eating, limit sweets.

100

2 specific GI issues/conditions
What is acid reflux, gastritis, constipation, diarrhea, vomiting, celiac disease, intolerance and allergies (aka lactose intolerance)

100

Specific function of the esophageal sphincters.
What is to keep food moving in a one way direction/control where food stays and for how long- they work as valves.

100

What are the macronutrients AND AMDR's for each?
What are protein 10-35%, fat 20-35%, and carbs 45-65%.

200

Vitamins/minerals very important for a pregnant mother.
What is Vit D, Folate, Calcium to name a few. All vitamins required continually throughout pregnancy..

200

Childhood __________ has been on the rise significantly int he US over the last few decades. Name a consequence of high BMI in kids?
What is OBESITY? Obesity in kids can lead to early diabetes, cardio vasc. risk, and other physical and emotional troubles including puberty challenges, feeling judged by others, self esteem issues, etc.

200

First location of digestion- both types of digestion occur here- describe them
What is mouth--food is broken down by MECHANICAL action of chewing using teeth and tongue, and CHEMICAL through enzymes secreted by the salivary glands.

200

Food bolus plus gastric juices when combined and churned in the stomach
What is chyme?

200

List the micronutrients
What are vitamins, minerals, water

300

Causes AND Consequences of low birth weight.
What is poor nutrition in mom, low protein, etc. in mom What is deformation or poor growth, SIDS, premature birth, failure to thrive syndrome, death.

300

Some of the most common allergy-associated foods (4 of them).
What are peanuts, shellfish, wheat, dairy.

300

The organs that secrete substances in the GI tract.
What are salivary glands (mouth), stomach, pancreas, liver, gallbladder, intestinal glands.

300

Function of colon AND 3 parts...
What is to absorb extra water and form stool, AND Jujunem, illium, cecum

300

Hunger in 1st world nations are is often due to _________ -_____________ status.
What is socio-economic

400

Number of feedings infants need during the first few weeks of life..
What is 8-12 feedings daily or every 2-3 hours.

400

Natural physiological changes that occur during puberty that are impacted by nutritional status.
Body composition changes- young men gain more lean muscle mass and have a more triangular shape, develop male secondary sex traits (may list). Young women start menstrual cycles, gain breast tissue and carry fat around hips and thighs more than young men.

400

The stomach is made predominantly of this type of tissue.
What is muscle tissue?

400

Where nutrients are absorbed into the blood stream (specific organ and structures on the organ which increase absorption surface area)
What is Small Intestine, and vili

400

DAILY DOUBLE ;] What is the chemical formula for glucose AND what type of carbohydrate is it?
What is C6H12O6, and monosaccharide?

500

When is solid food introduced into the diet, and what are some general principles?
What is 4-6 months, and start one new food type at a time to check for allergies, trial and error is ok. Safety and supervision, variety of foods important, iron and vit c important.

500

DAILY DOUBLE!!! :) 2 Factors affecting senior nutrition? AND 2 Diseases/conditions related to impacted by nutrition in seniors?
What are social, emotional, economical concerns, and physiological issues that occur naturally like slower gut motility (slower digestion) and chewing issues among others. What are diabetes, dental issues (loss of teeth), loss of bone and muscle mass (sarcopenia), Alzheimer's, vision concerns, constipation..

500

The path of food from start to finish.
What is -- mouth, pharynx, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, rectum, anus.

500

__________ is found in plants and grains and helpful in healthy bowl movements.
What is fiber?

500

Most prevalent cause of death in the US and what are some things that add to risk of this in the diet?
What is Cardiovascular disease, and high sat fat , cholesterol in diet, low activity, obesity, high salt. (can name any of these factors)