Nutrition final exam notes

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Nutrition final exam notes: 1. Blood glucose levels: Normal – less than 100mg (oral less than 140) Pre-diabetes – 100-125 (oral 140-199) Diabetic – more than 126 (oral more than 200) 2. Hypo- and hyperglycemia: Hyperglycemia – above 300mL of glucose in the blood (too much) - Can be caused by dehydration - Can be helped with exercise Hypoglycemia – not enough glucose in the blood - Can be caused by not eating, so can be helped by eating a glucose snack 3. Calorie intake for children - Females ages 9-13 need 1600 – 2000 calories; 14 – 19 need 1800 – 2400 - Males ages 9-13 need 1800 – 2600 calories; 14 – 19 need 2200 – 3200 - Children need about 1g/kg of protein/d and if active need more (1.42g/kg/d) 4. Stages of change/ MI - Pre-contemplation – denial of a problem - Contemplation – thinking about changing (decisional balance – pros/cons) (developing confidence to make a change: self –efficacy) - Preparation – making a plan to change - Action – doing the plan - Maintenance – continuing the plan for months - Termination – the change in part of the now lifestyle
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This note was uploaded on 03/20/2008 for the course NUTR 290 taught by Professor Webber during the Spring '08 term at UNC.

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