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Chapter 13: Lifecycle Nutrition: Toddlers through the Later Years
This activity contains 20 questions.
What category would a one year old child belong?
Which of the following foods poses a choking hazard for children under the age of 4 according to the American Academy of Pediatrics?
How many milligrams of calcium are in an 8-ounce glass of milk?
What is the most common nutrient deficiency among young children?
Which of the following is a key message of the MyPyramid for Kids visual guide?
Make all dietary changes at once.
Choose healthier foods from each food group.
Be physically active 2-3 days per week.
Eat the same amount of food from each food group.
Eat foods from one food group each day.
Which of the following does not have a minimum requirement on the National School Lunch Program?
Which of the following has not contributed to the longer life expectancy of Americans?
Advances in research
Dramatic reduction in cases of tuberculosis and pneumonia
Public education campaigns
Public health promotion programs
When were the baby boomers born?
What nutrient's overconsumption is a concern for older adults because it may increase the risk of osteoporosis and fractures?
What amino acid may increase the risk of heart disease?
What is the number-one physical activity among older Americans?
What program offers meals served at churches, synagogues, and other community sites for older adults to receive a nutritious meal and socialize?
Meals on Wheels
Food stamp program
Home health care
What herb has a purported use of treating the common cold?
Dong Quai root
What herb has a purported use of reducing memory loss and dementia?
St. John's wort
Evening primrose oil
Which of the following is a red flag for alcohol abuse in older adults?
Infrequently has more than one drink a day
Helps self or others when drinking
Has medical, social, or financial worries caused by drinking
Drinks to remember his or her troubles
How many calories does the average toddler need each day?
What is often the culprit behind iron deficiency in children in the United States?
Inadequate vegetable intake
Inadequate citrus intake
Overly milk-heavy diet
Too much fast food
What is the term for when a child will only eat the same food meal after meal?
According to research, how many times does a new food need to be offered before it is accepted?
Which of the following is a dietary change needed as a person ages?
More synthetic form of B6
Decreased water consumption
More zinc-rich foods
More nutrient-sparse foods
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