Infant Nutrition Quiz
Infants need Vitamin D for all of the following reasons except
A. Prevent Rickets
B. Promote Calcium absorption
C. Prevent eye damage
D. Promote Proper Tooth Formation and Cavity Prevention
Infants are given a dose of Vitamin K at birth to help with acid reflux.
Infants need fluoride for proper tooth development.
Why should new foods be introduced one at a time to an infant?
A. There is a risk of a food jag
B. There is a risk of malnutrition
C. There is a risk of a food allergy
D. All of the above
It is safe to give an infant cow’s milk once he/she is 3 months old.
What is an indicator that an infant is ready for solid food?
A. They are 4-6 months old
B. They can sit with support
C. They can control their head movements
D. All of the above
Formula is the best source of nutrition for infants under the age of one.
To finely grind solid foods into a thick paste
Lack of zinc and iron may cause stunted growth.
Infants should not be fed honey because it could contain clostridium botulinum, the bacteria responsible for causing botulism.
One of the first foods to introduce to an infant should be iron fortified infant cereal.
Which nutrient is essential for brain development, absorbing vitamins A, D, E, & K, and regulating body temperature?
It is ok to feed an infant out of the jar and save leftovers for the next day.
One benefit of commercial baby food is that it is cheaper than homemade baby food.
New foods should be introduced every
B. 1-2 days
C. 2-3 days
D. 3-5 days
An infant’s digestive system is developed enough to handle starch at birth.
Infants need this nutrient to prevent eye damage and an increased risk of infection
A. Vitamin A
B. Vitamin B
C. Vitamin D
D. Vitamin E
Which food should infants avoid for the first year?
During the first year, an infant triples his/her birth weight and increases their length by 50%.
Why is protein important for infants?
A. It helps the body make enzymes and antibodies
B. It prevents tooth decay
C. It promotes new tissue growth and repairs damaged tissue
D. Both a & c
Infants under one year of age generally do not need which of the following in their diet
Which of the following practices will increase the likelihood that an infant will develop healthy eating habits?
A. Caregivers demonstrate the eating behaviors they wish to see in their child
B. Caregivers feed an infant immediately to develop a trusting relationship
C. Caregivers continue to offer foods so the infant can acquire a taste for them
D. all of the above
Commercial baby food would be a better option than homemade baby food for
A. busy families
B. parents who want to feed their baby healthier food
C. parents who want to know exactly what nutrients their baby is getting
D. b & c
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