Infants: Nutrients Infants: Other Toddlers School Age Teens and Older Adults

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What is vitamin K?
Infants receive an injection of this vitamin at birth.

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What is failure to thrive?
In ~ 5 to 10% of infants, this occurs mostly related to non-disease related conditions (such as proper nutrition and lack of physical contact) vs. medical causes.

100

What is 5th to 85th percentile.
A Child is considered at a health weight if their BMI-for-Age percentile falls within this range.

100

What is screen time?
Instead of being physical active, children are spending more time on this.

100

What are calcium, iron, and vitamin D?
These three nutrients teens may not get enough of.

200

What is iron?
Supplementation of this mineral may be needed because stores are depleted within 4-6 months.

200

What is 6 month?
At this age, American Academy of Pediatrics recommends introducing sold foods.

200

What are iron, calcium, and sodium?
There are the three mineral concerns for toddlers.

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What are type II diabetes and cardivascular disease?
These two chronic disease are starting to affect school-aged children because of poor diets.

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What are caffeine and alcohol?
Teens should limit and/or avoid foods/drinks containing these two things.

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What is Vitamin D?
If breastfed or consuming

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What is...variety of answers (just wrote this)?
Reasons why children become "picky eater".

300

What is 8-10 times?
Children need exposure this many times to new food before acceptance typically.

300

What is 60 min/day?
School age children should aim for this many min of physical activity per day.

300

What is sarcopenic obesity?
Loss of muscle mass accompanied by gains in fat mass have been coined as this term.

400

What is fluoride?
After 6 months, the infant may need supplement of this mineral if there isn't a sufficient dietary source.

400

What are height, weight, and head circumference?
To assess nutritional status in infants, these three measurements are obtain.

400

What is "drop in growth", "small stomachs", "independence"?
There are several reasons why toddlers may come across as picky eaters such as this reason. (multiple answers would work).

400

What are breakfast, healthy fats, and avoiding sugary drinks?
These three nutritional strategies will help school aged children stay healthy.

400

What are limited budgets, trouble chewing meat, and lactose intolerance?
These three reasons are why older adults may be at risk for protein deficiency?

500

What is 3 cups/day of fluids?
Babies are easily dehydrated and the goal is to aim for this many cups per day of fluids.

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What is "build to a variety of foods" OR "pay attention to infant's appetite" OR include "fat", "Fruit vegs/grains" "iron zinc and calcium sources" OR "sugar and sodium in moderation"
AAP infant dietary guidelines include this factor (there are ore than one answer to this).

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What is 2 years?
The child can consume whole milk up to this age and then should switch to a lower fat alternative.

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What is 2010 Health Hunger-Free Kids Act?
This act was implemented in 2010 to increase food availability to school-aged children.

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What are iron, zinc, and Vitamin B12?
Impaired absorption in older adults can result in deficiency in these three nutrients.

NTRN 201 Lifecycle Nutrition Part II

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