Week 7;CheckPoint;Lifespan Nutritional Needs Presentation

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 3/12/11 Lifespan Nutrition Needs Nicole Ureste September 17, 2010 SCI/241 Steve O’Dell
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3/12/11 Infant Nutrition 0 to 6 months Vitamin D 7.5 g Vitamin K 5 g Vitamin B-6 0.3 g Calcium 400 mg Phosphorus 300 mg Magnesium 40 mg
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3/12/11 Teenage Nutrition Boys May consume 4000 calories a day. Need more protein than girls. Need more Vitamins D and K. Need more zinc, copper, and manganese. Girls
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3/12/11 Adult Nutrition Men Too much calcium can cause prostate cancer. Need 800 mg calcium per day. Need 8mg iron per day. Need 38g of fiber per day.
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3/12/11 Older Adult Nutrition Men Need 800 mg calcium per day. Need 8 mg of iron per day. Need 30 g of fiber per day.
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3/12/11 Nutrition for Pregnancy Additional 25g protein per day. Additional 340-452 calories per day. 3L of total water per day. Increased B Vitamins. Increased Vitamin D and C.
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3/12/11 Conclusion During pregnancy women not only need to properly nourish the baby but they should also take proper care of themselves in order to maintain good
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Unformatted text preview: health during pregnancy. As infants, both male and females need about the same vitamins and minerals to grow and stay healthy. Teenage boys and girls require different amounts of vitamins but basically the same types. Once we grow up this remains the same however the amounts change during adulthood and older adulthood. 3/12/11 References Grosvenor, M.B & Smolin, L.A. (2006). Nutrition: Everyday Choices. Hoboken, New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons. Health Castle. (n.d.). Men vs. Women: Differences in Nutritional Requirements. Retrieved on September 18, 2010 from www.healthcastle.com Medicine Net. (n.d.). Nutritional Needs of Infants. Retrieved on September 18, 2010 from www.medicinenet.com Nutrition for Eye Health. (n.d.). Nutritional Needs of Adolescents-The Teenage Years. Retrieved on September 18, 2010 from www.eye-exercise-for-good-vision.com...
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