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CHAPTER 14 CHILD, TEEN, AND OLDER ADULT Nutrient needs change throughout life into old age, depending on the rate of growth, gender, activities, and many other factors.” “Nutrient needs also vary from individual to individual, but generalizations are possible and useful.” p.474 10 th Ed
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THE INFANT Appetite decreases markedly near first  birthday and fluctuates thereafter. Internal appetite regulation in children  of normal weight guarantees that their  overall energy will be right for each  stage of growth. Growth enlarges the demand for all the  nutrients per pound of body weight. Calcium storage is critical
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CHILD FOOD PYRAMID Differs from the adult pyramid in that it has SET  A daily guide for 2 to 6 year olds Intakes of calcium, iron, and zinc fall below  recommendations Careful food selection is essential to ensure that a  child receives the right amounts of nutrients.
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Food Guide Pyramid for Young Children
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HEART HEALTH FOR CHILDREN FOR THOSE OVER AGE TWO Eat a variety of foods and maintain weight Limiting fat intake does appear to blood lipids  without compromising growth/dev Sat. fat <10%, Total fat no more than30%, chol.  less than 300mg/day “AGE Plus 5”= fiber needs
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CHILDREN’S PREFERENCES NOT FOND OF VEGETABLES FEAR OF NEW FOODS PRACTICALLY UNIVERSAL SERVE WARM FOODS, NOT HOT DON’T FORCE OR BRIBE A CHILD TO TRY NEW FOODS GIVE LITTLE KIDS, LITTLE PORTIONS FOOD JAGS ARE COMMON-IGNORE CHILDREN SHOULD BE ALLOWED DISLIKES BELIEVE THEM WHEN THEY SAY “FULL” PARENTS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR WHAT THE CHILD  IS OFFERED TO EAT
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. Moms Always Multi-Task!
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