Lifespan Nutrition Needs

Lifespan Nutrition Needs - Infant to Adult Hood Babies...

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Unformatted text preview: Infant to Adult Hood Babies under one years old receive most of their vitamins and minerals from formula or milk. Nutrition Needs Nutritional Needs At Any Age Women Men  Fewer Calories  More Iron  Calcium and Folate  Higher Calorie Intake  Fiber Intake  The right fat intakes  The right amount of meat intake Key Nutrients for you and your baby During Pregnancy  Calcium (1,000 milligrams)  Iron (27 milligrams)  Vitamin A (770 micrograms)  Vitamin C (85 milligrams)  Vitamin D (200 some recommendations are 400 international units during pregnancy)  Vitamin B6 (1.9 milligrams)  Vitamin B12 (2.6 micrograms)  Folate (600 micrograms) Nutrition is even more important in your later years Males Females  As an infant milk or formula, and strained vegetables and fruits  As a teenager boys need to consume 2,800 calories per...
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