141.What type of diet advised to rehabilitate a severely malnourished : 1401595.
141.What type of diet is advised to rehabilitate a severely malnourished child?
c.liberal quantities of lactose-free powdered milk until growth rate is restored
d.high energy until normal body mass index is achieved, then moderate energy thereafter
142.Which of the following f will lower blood homocysteine?
143.Which of the following dietary factors raise homocysteine levels?
a.supplemental vitamin B12
144.High blood levels of which of the following amino acids present a risk for heart disease?
145.Supplements of which of the following amino acids are reported to lower blood pressure and reduce homocysteine levels?
146.What calcium-to-protein (mg:g) intake ratio is believed to promote optimal bone health?
147.Why is high protein intake a concern?
a.It increases the risk for kidney stone formation.
b.High blood urea levels place a stress on the liver.
c.It can increase the rate of progression of kidney disease.
d.High ammonia levels decrease the long-term efficiency of the kidneys.
148.Which of the following describes a relationship between protein intake and calcium metabolism?
a.Calcium excretion falls with increasing intake of animal-derived proteins.
b.Calcium excretion rises with increasing intake of animal-derived proteins.
c.Calcium absorption declines with higher intakes of plant-derived proteins.
d.Calcium absorption increases with higher intakes of plant-derived proteins.
149.What is the ratio of calcium to protein intake (mg:g) for mostNorth American. women?
150.According to the range of protein intake as a percentage of energy intakes, what would be the highest safe level of protein intake for a 60-kg adult ingesting 2500 kcalories?