110- nutrition life cycle

What is a neophobic response and which age group is it mostly associated with?
Fear of trying new thing - pre schoolers
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What are the key nutrients of concern for pre schoolers?
Iron, salt and sugar
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What are the RNI for energy in pre schoolers?
Boys: 1172 Kcal Girls: 1108 Kcal
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What are the Ear for protein in pre schoolers?
36.8g - Only need 19.7g
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What are the Ear for sugar in pre schoolers?
18.7% - need 10%
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What are the Ear for NSP in pre schoolers?
8.2g
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What % of pre schoolers and below the LRNI for Iron
6%
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What are the RNI for Ca in pre schoolers?
350 - 450 mg/d
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What are the Ear for sodium in pre schoolers?
1506mg/d 2X bigger than recommendation
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what % of pre schoolers are obese?
11%
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What can cause anaemia in pre schoolers?
Early intro to cows milk, over dependance of cows milk and tea drinking
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What % of school children at no fruit at all?
20% - 41% 5 a day
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How many school children are obese out of 5?
1 but falling
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what % of girl and boy school children were below vit A LRNI?
5% BOYS and 7% GIRLS
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what % of girl and boy school children were below zinc LRNI?
Boys: 7% and Girls: 21%
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When does a girls growth spurt occur?
Girls: 10.5 - 11 yrs 16cms Boys: 12.5 yrs 20cm
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When do girl and boys stop growing
Girls 18 and boys 21
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What foods are consumed in small amounts by adolescents?
fruit and veg, milk and dairy, iron and protein
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What are adolescent diets high in?
Refined carbs, fat and sugar
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What % of adolescent girls were iodine deficient?
51% (Growth and metabolism)
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What % of adults met 5 a day?
30%
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How much oily fish are adults recommended to eat a week?
1 portion ( 140g ) = average is 54g
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What is the recommended amout of red meat for adults and what was consumed?
Not exceed 70g: Men 86g and women 56g
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What % consumed alcohol over 4 days for adults?
58%
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Was the RNI for NSP met for adults?
No below at 13.7g
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Were most vitamin RNIs met for adults?
yes
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What minerals are of concern to adults?
Iron 23% below, Potassium, magnesium and selenium
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How can a low income for an adult affect diet?
Less bread, fruit and veg and more fat spreads, soft drinks and processed meat and pizza
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What physiological changes occur in the elderly?
Decrease in: stomach secretions, GI motility, oral issues, mental illness and pancreatic function
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What proportion of the elderly institutianalised are malnutritioned?
1/3
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Why does malnutrition occur in the elderly?
Loss of appetite, cant absorb nurtrients, decrease mobility, health conditions and weak muscles
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What were elderly diets high in?
High fat, energy, sugar, salt and energy diet (Increase BP)
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Why do energy requirements fall for the elderly?
Decrease in lean body mass and BMR (Sarcopenia loss of muscle mass)
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What nutrients are eldery recommended to take to prevent dementia?
Omega 3, folate, b12, b6
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What nutrients were of concern to the eldery?
Low vit C and D, K and A = Bone health
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