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Recognize problems associated with the early feeding of solid foods
Age-related requirements
a. General
Understand the potential nutritional deficiencies in adolescent girls
Age-related requirements
a. General
Know that infants with a single source of nutrition are at risk for
nutritional deficiency if that source is inadequate
Age-related requirements
a. General
Recognize the family and cultural influences on dietary intake that
can affect growth
Age-related requirements
a. General
Know the recommendations for nutritional supplementation during
adolescence
Age-related requirements
a. General
Recognize that full-term neonates have adequate iron
stores
Age-related requirement
b. Minerals
Know that the major nutritional deficit of American youths
is iron deficiency anemia, and identify the signs
and symptoms associated with this disorder
Age-related requirements
a. General
Understand the rationales for the use of iron-fortified formulas and
recognize the misuse of low-iron formulas
Age-related requirements
b. Minerals
Know that breast milk is deficient in vitamin D
Age-related requirements
Vitamins
Know that requirements for vitamin D are increased in premature
infants
Age-related requirements
Vitamins
Recognize the importance of the quality of fat content in infant
formulas
Age-related requirements
Fat
Recognize the difference in preterm and full-term infant's ability
to digest fat
Age-related requirements
Fat
Know why infants younger than 6 months of age should not be fed
cow milk
Age-related requirements Protein
Understand that some amino acids may be conditionally essential in
the preterm infant, eg, cysteine, histidine, taurine
Age-related requirements
Protein
Know that the total caloric requirement for a child is
best estimated according to body surface area
Age-related requirements
Calories