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Review Questions for Test 3. Which of the following nutrients is teratogenic (can cause birth defects) if too much is consumed during pregnancy?. A) Folic acid B) Iron C) vitamin A D) vitamin D. What is the recommended amount of weight gain for an overweight pregnant woman?.

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Which of the following nutrients is teratogenic (can cause birth defects) if too much is consumed during pregnancy?

A) Folic acid

B) Iron

C) vitamin A

D) vitamin D

what is the recommended amount of weight gain for an overweight pregnant woman
What is the recommended amount of weight gain for an overweight pregnant woman?

A) no weight gain needed

B) 25-35 pounds

C) 15-25 pounds

D) 30-40 pounds

which of the following is not a risk factor for pregnancy
Which of the following is NOT a risk factor for pregnancy?

A) low level of education

B) over age 30

C) diabetes

D) poverty

which of the following can happen if a pregnant woman gets uncontrolled toxemia
Which of the following can happen if a pregnant woman gets uncontrolled toxemia?

A) The baby can be born with birth defects

B) The baby will be born very large

C) The baby will have low birthweight

D) The woman can have convulsions and die

what is not a likely cause of hyperactivity in children
What is NOT a likely cause of hyperactivity in children?

A) The ate too many foods with chemicals and food colorings

B) They consumed too much sugar

C) They have a food allergy

D) They had soda with caffeine

which of the following foods would be safe for a pregnant woman to consume
Which of the following foods would be safe for a pregnant woman to consume?

A) Salmon

B) Unpasteurized apple juice

C) Cold turkey sandwich

D) Greek salad with feta cheese

which of the following is not true about the wic program
Which of the following is NOT true about the WIC program?

A) It provides healthy foods

B) It is a welfare program

C) You must be at nutritional risk to qualify

D) 4 year old kids may qualify

which of the following is a benefit of breastfeeding to the baby
Which of the following is a benefit of breastfeeding (to the baby)?

A) they tend to get less constipation and diarrhea

B) they tend to be smarter

C) it helps them to bond with mom

D) all of the above

which of the following is not true about breastfeeding
Which of the following is NOT true about breastfeeding?

A) A woman with larger breasts will produce more milk

B) Women who work can breastfeed too

C) She does not need a perfect diet in order to produce nutritious breastmilk

D) A woman should become educated about breastfeeding before the baby is born to increase her odds of success

which nutritional problem are young children most prone to
Which nutritional problem are young children most prone to?

A) Underweight

B) They drink too much soda

C) Iron deficiency

D) Too much vitamin A in their diet

at what age should babies be taken off the bottle
At what age should babies be taken off the bottle?

A) 6 months

B) 12 months

C) 18 months

D) 2 years

what is a problem with keeping a child on the bottle for too long
What is a problem with keeping a child on the bottle for too long?

A) Their teeth can grow crooked

B) Their teeth can rot

C) They are more prone to iron deficiency

D) All of the above

what is not a likely cause of lead poisoning in young children
What is NOT a likely cause of lead poisoning in young children?

A) Iron deficiency

B) Malnutrition

C) Obesity

D) Pica

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Which of the following nutrients has NOT been shown to help prevent or treat eye problems such as macular dengeneration?

A) vitamin A

B) Omega 3 fatty acids

C) vitamin C

D) vitamin E

which of the following nutrients is associated with a higher risk of alzheimer s disease
Which of the following nutrients is associated with a higher risk of Alzheimer’s disease?
  • A) Iron
  • B) calcium
  • C) folic acid
  • D) vitamin D
which vitamins have been shown to reduce a person s homocysteine levels
Which vitamins have been shown to reduce a person’s homocysteine levels?

A) iron, copper, zinc

B) calcium, potassium, magnesium

C) vitamin C, vitamin E, vitamin D

D) folic acid, vitamin B6, vitamin B12

what is the minimum amount of calories that a pregnant woman should consume every day
What is the minimum amount of calories that a pregnant woman should consume every day?

A) 1,200

B) 1,800

C) 2,000

D) 2,500

which of the following is a good recommendation for feeding picky children
Which of the following is a GOOD recommendation for feeding picky children?

A) force them to clean their plate

B) let them decide if and how much they want to eat

C) give them juice every day so they will get vitamin C

D) let them eat in front of the TV, since they will probably eat more that way

which of the following is a requirement for the elderly nutrition program
Which of the following is a requirement for the elderly nutrition program?

A) You must be at least 60 years old

B) You must meet income guidelines

C) You have to be referred by your physician

D) You must have physical limitations that prevents you from making food yourself

which nutrient deficiency do elderly people have high rates of
Which nutrient deficiency do elderly people have high rates of?

A) vitamin A deficiency

B) vitamin B12 deficiency

C) vitamin C deficiency

D) iron deficiency

at what age should you start feeding an infant solid foods such as cereal
At what age should you start feeding an infant solid foods such as cereal?

A) 2 months

B) 4-6 months

C) 8-10 months

D) 1 years

which of the following nutrients has the most interactions with medications
Which of the following nutrients has the most interactions with medications?

A) vitamin A

B) vitamin B12

C) vitamin C

D) folic acid

which of the following herbs can help treat depression
Which of the following herbs can help treat depression?

A) Ginger

B) Ginseng

C) St. John’s Wort

D) Garlic

what does npo in a medical record mean
What does NPO in a medical record mean?

A) Don’t give them any food

B) They are obese and need to lose weight

C) They have nutrient deficiencies

D) They need a low sodium diet

if a person is on a cholesterol medication such as lovastatin what should they avoid in their diet
If a person is on a cholesterol medication such as lovastatin, what should they avoid in their diet?

A) Alcohol

B) Cheese

C) Grapefruit juice

D) Meat

which of the following is a possible benefit of garlic
Which of the following is a possible benefit of garlic?

A) It helps you lose weight

B) It may help lower your blood pressure

C) It helps improve your vision

D) It helps with nausea

which of the following is true about aspirin
Which of the following is TRUE about aspirin?

A) It is more absorbed on an empty stomach

B) You should always take it with food

C) It prevents the absorption of vitamin B12

D) It increases the risk of blood clots

which of the following statements about herbal supplements is not true
Which of the following statements about herbal supplements is NOT true?

A) They do not need to be approved by the FDA before they can be sold

B) They can be contaminated with pesticides and mercury

C) They are most frequently used by older adults

D) They are more safe than medications because they are natural

which of the following is not considered to be anthropometric data
Which of the following is NOT considered to be anthropometric data?

A) Height

B) Hemoglobin

C) Body fat percentage

D) Head circumference

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Whose main responsibility is overseeing the nutrition care and counseling of patients in a healthcare setting?

A) Physician

B) Dietitian

C) Nurse

D) Janitor

which of the following would not be included on a clear liquid diet
Which of the following would NOT be included on a clear liquid diet?

A) milk

B) fruit juice

C) ice popsickles

D) jello

if your gums bleed easily which nutrient are you most likely deficient in
If your gums bleed easily, which nutrient are you most likely deficient in?

A) Vitamin A

B) essential fatty acids

C) vitamin C

D) zinc

if your tongue was sore and swollen which nutrient are you most likely lacking
If your tongue was sore and swollen, which nutrient are you most likely lacking?

A) vitamin A

B) B-vitamins

C) vitamin C

D) vitamin D

which of the following is important information when screening a person for nutritional problems
Which of the following IS important information when screening a person for nutritional problems?

A) What their favorite restaurant is

B) Occupation

C) What time they usually eat breakfast

D) What their favorite vegetable is

people on which medications should avoid foods such as liver smoked fish and sauerkraut
People on which medications should avoid foods such as liver, smoked fish, and sauerkraut?

A) Aspirin

B) Antibiotics

C) Laxatives

D) MAO Inhibitors

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