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Is weight a diagnostic tool for bulimia?
No
What does REE stand for?
Resting Energy Expenditure
How do you calculate the daily caloric recommendations for adults if you know the REE?
Multiply the REE by the activity factor.
How much weight should children gain in years' time?
About 7 pounds
At what age does adiposity rebound occur in the young child?
6 years old
How many inches does a child grow in years' time?
About 2.5 inches per year
What ages qualify the toddler years?
1-3 years
What ages qualify the pre-school years?
3-5 years
What is the general rule for toddler portion sizes?
About 1 Tbsp per year old of toddler
How do we measure childhood growth?
By using height and weight to find BMI
How can you encourage new flavor acceptance in children?
-Pair ONE new food with other familiar foods.
-Serve when child is hungry
Define Adiposity Rebound
Normal increase in BMI that occurs after BMI declines
What are the physical activity recommendations for children?
60 mins. per day
What are the physical activity recommendations for adolescents?
60 mins. or more per day
What are the physical activity recommendations for adults?
30 mins 5 or more days per week
What is the acceptable macronutrient distribution range for adolescents?
45-65% CHO
.85g/kg body mass PRO
25-35% Fat
What is the acceptable macronutrient distribution range for children?
45-55% CHO
.95g/kg body mass PRO
~33% Fat
What are contributing factors to obesity in pediatrics?
-Early BMI rebound
-TV viewing
How many extra calories does it take to gain a pound?
3500
What is the most recent % of children living in poverty?
18%
What are the effects of poverty on nutritional status in children?
-Vitamin deficiency risk
-overweight/obesity
What % body fat is required for menstruation to occur?
Menarche=17%
Regular menstrual cycles=25%
Why is breakfast often missed in adolescents?
-Because it is an easy meal to skip if one is trying to lose weight and cut calories
-Because they would prefer to sleep as oppose to eat for breakfast
Why is breakfast important?
Because it contributes to energy needs, protein, fiber, calcium, and folate intake
What is a competent eater?
1. An eater who has a positive attitude towards food
2. Regulates food intake
3. Recognizes food context
4. Accepts food
How many extra calories does it take to gain a pound?
3500
What is the most recent % of children living in poverty?
18%
What are the effects of poverty on nutritional status in children?
-Vitamin deficiency risk
-overweight/obesity
What % body fat is required for menstruation to occur?
Menarche=17%
Regular menstrual cycles=25%
Why is breakfast often missed in adolescents?
-Because it is an easy meal to skip if one is trying to lose weight and cut calories
-Because they would prefer to sleep as oppose to eat for breakfast
Why is breakfast important?
Because it contributes to energy needs, protein, fiber, calcium, and folate intake
What is a competent eater?
1. An eater who has a positive attitude towards food
2. Regulates food intake
3. Recognizes food context
4. Accepts food
What are three types of eating disorders?
1. Anorexia
2. Bulimia
3. Binge ED
What do the three EDs have in common
All have to do with body or self-image dissatisfaction.
Caloric Distribution Percentages
10-35% PRO
20-35% FAT
45-65% CHO