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1

Nutrient groups that yield energy include:

protein, fats, and carbohydrates

2

Maternal nutrient deficiencies that commonly produce low-birth-weight infants include all of the following EXCEPT:

fat and zinc

3

Foods that have been used in a nutrition activity should not be eaten because they may have been contaminated during the lesson. T/F

false

4

Adults who mistreat children often lack effective parenting skills. T/F

true

5

Serving pumpkin bread, sweet potato fries, and broccoli will improve a child’s vitamin C intake. T/F

false

6

At approximately what age does an infant develop a pincer grip?

7 to 8 months

7

Children who have type 1 diabetes must:

balance food intake with insulin injections

8

Girls are the most frequent victims of sexual abuse. T/F

true

9

The food combination that contains the most fat is:

butter, milk, and olive oil

10

A majority of children consume the recommended daily servings of fruits and vegetables. T/F

false

11

When teachers or administrators notify authorities about possible abuse or neglect, they must also inform the individual or family suspected of this behavior. T/F

false

12

According to CACFP requirements, snacks must include at least three items from different food groups. T/F

false

13

A mother’s breast milk changes in composition to meet the infant’s nutrient needs. T/F

true

14

The major responsibility for planning and executing a nutrition education program belongs to the:

teacher

15

An infant who turns her head to the side while eating should be urged to continue eating until all of her food is gone. T/F

false

16

Nutrition projects can be used to promote children's learning in other developmental areas, including:

anguage
sensorimotor
social and emotional

17

Infants and toddlers rarely experience a calcium deficiency because they consume generous amounts of milk. T/F

true

18

Vitamins:

aid in cell division and new cell growth

19

Fast food meals generally contribute an excess of:

fat, salt, and calories

20

Microwaving is a quick and easy way to heat bottles of formula or frozen breast milk. T/F

false

21

Snacks should:

be avoided if they are high in sugar and fat
satisfy a portion of children’s daily nutrient needs
consist of nutrient-dense foods

22

In many cases of child maltreatment, stress is:

the precipitating factor

23

Children who dislike vegetables may be more willing to taste them if they have been involved in the preparation. T/F

True

24

Infants’ teeth usually begin to erupt around ____ months of age.

6 to 7

25

In most states, teachers are:

required by law to report suspected cases of maltreatment

26

Toddler behaviors typically include all the following EXCEPT:

hearty appetite

27

Starch, lactose, and sucrose must all be digested before the body is able to use them as an energy source. T/F

true

28

Plant proteins, such as nut products, dry peas and beans, and tofu are acceptable protein equivalent foods in a child’s diet. T/F

true

29

Frozen foods may be safely thawed in all the following ways EXCEPT:

in hot water

30

The transmission of nerve impulses requires the presence of sodium, potassium, magnesium and:

calcium