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DA4004 Life Span - Life Span Nutrition Needs Donna Kelly Alcorn SCI/241 Nutrition August 4 2011 Instructor Ferman Konukman Infants Male Needs can

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Life Span Nutrition Needs Donna Kelly Alcorn SCI/241 Nutrition August 4, 2011 Instructor: Ferman Konukman
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Infants Male Female Needs can be met by breast milk or formula. Needs can be met by breast milk or formula. (University of Phoenix textbook, page 26)
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Teenagers Between 2,200-3,200 calories per day. 10%-30% should be from protein. 45%-65% should be from carbohydrates. 35% should be from fat. 1,300 mg per day of calcium. 38g of fiber per day. Between 1,800 to 2,400 calories per day. 10%-30% should be from protein. 45%-65% should be from carbohydrates. 25%-34% should be from fats. 1,300 mg per day of calcium. 26g of fiber per day. Females Males (TeenHelp.com, 2011)
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Adults Male Female Calcium should be 800mg a day. Iron should be 8mg per day. Omega 3 Fatty Acids should be avoided by males because it can cause cancer. . Protein is based on weight and is Calcium should me 1,000mg a day.
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This note was uploaded on 02/28/2012 for the course SCIENCE SCI/241 taught by Professor Konukman during the Spring '12 term at University of Phoenix.

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