106A.Toddler.stud

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Chapter 10 Toddler and Preschooler Nutrition Key Concepts 0. Grow and develop physically, cognitively, and emotionally, adding many  new skills rapidly 1. Learning to enjoy new foods and developing feeding skills 2. Increasing independence and exploration. Key Concepts 3. Children have an innate ability to self-regulate food intake. 0. We provide what they eat 1. They determine how much 4. Influence  2.  development of appropriate eating 3. physical activity 4. Lead by example Life Cycle Stage 5. Toddlers— 1-3 years 5. 6. Preschool-age children—3-5 years 6. increasing autonomy 7. 8. increasing language skills 9. expanding self-control Importance of Nutrition 7. environment 8. Of toddler and preschoolers 10. 7% live in extreme poverty 11. 12% have no health insurance 12. 8% of low-income < age 5 are growth retarded 13. Iron-deficiency anemia: 0. 1-2 y.o. 17% of Mexican-American and 10% of African American  Normal Growth and Development
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9. 0 - 1 year: triple birthweight
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