11. An adequate source of iron for a breast-fed infant : 1361653.
11. An adequate source of iron for a breast-fed infant at 8 months of age is
a. cow’s milk.
b. goat’s milk.
c. enriched rice cereal.
12. Hypervitaminosis of vitamins A or D is most likely to occur because of
a. excessive milk intake.
b. overexposure to the sun.
c. overuse of vitamin supplements.
d. inadequate intake of vegetables and fruits.
13. The feeding process is an important part of the following developmental factors:
a. bonding relationship with parent
b. self-identity for the infant
c. autonomy for the infant and parent
d. infant self-actualization
14. A low birth weight infant weighs less than
a. 1500 grams.
b. 2500 grams.
c. 3000 grams.
d. 3500 grams.
15. The most suitable first solid food for an infant 7 months of age would be
b. pureed bananas.
c. pureed squash.
d. infant rice cereal.
16. The ideal first food for newborns is
a. infant formula.
b. cow’s milk.
c. breast milk.
d. rice cereal.
17. The first milk secreted by a new mother is called
18. The approximate recommended age for adding solid food to an infant’s diet is _____ months.
19. Babies should not be put to sleep with a bottle of formula because
a. infants should not hold their own bottles.
b. this could lead to early tooth decay.
c. infants should not suck while asleep.
d. susceptibility to diarrhea is increased.
20. A type of feeding not recommended for infants during the early months is
a. breast milk.
b. amino acid-based formula.
c. soy-based formula.
d. cow’s milk.