Unformatted text preview: Which of the following is the safest method of weight reduction for most modestly overfat use drugs to increase the rate of energy expenditure
use behavior modiﬁcation techniques to slowly reshape eating and exercising behaviors
surgery to modify the gastrointestinal tract liposuction
follow a very low carbohydrate and high protein diet with no more than 1000 calories per day. Whole cow's milk is not advised in infant feeding because it: causes bleeding in the gastrointestinal track
lacks vitamin C overtaxes kidney causes allergies all of the above According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, the best age to introduce solid foods into the infant's diet is about: two weeks two months five months one year when they can chew They vary according to individual histories.
They remain the same as in young adult life.
They increase therefore, supplementation is required. . ghich of the following describes the nutrient needs of older people?
d. They decrease for vitamins and minerals due to changes in body composition. When to introduce new foods to an infant and what foods to introduce are decisions which should be based on: the economic means of the family and the nutritional needs of the infant the nutritional needs of the infant and the physical and physiological ability of the
infant the physical and physiological ability of the infant and the cultural (social)
expectations of the mother's peer group the cultural (social) expectations of the mother’s peer group and the chronological age of the infant
the chronological age of the infant and the infants readiness for new experiences 51.
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d. An appropriate diet for a 7-month old infant would be: human milk or infant formula exclusively
primarily human milk or infant formula with gradual introduction of solid food such as infant cereal. fruits and vegetables whole milk, mashed potatoes, gravy
mostly baby foods like strained meats and a small amount of evaporated milk ...
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