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nutrition- cohort 4
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A limited ability to acquire nutritionally adequate food in socially acceptable ways is called:
what is true fo food wast and overpopulation?
they are contributing factors to global hunger
what are natural causes of famine?
pests, drought, flood
what does the economic research service do?
assists in providing research and analysis on food security issues in developing countries
food deserts are often characterized by their lack of:
availability and accessibility of healthful foods
what are characteristics of food deserts?
- fast foods are more affordable in the area
- markets in the area o not have fresh produce
what are some public health strategies to reduce food deserts?
- implement urban farmer's markets.
- supporting public policy to reduce costs of fresh foods
financial limitations to adequate nutrition are a main focus of what diagnostic tool?
food security survey module
a situation where a person who consumes many calories, but without adequate nutrients, can be considered:
undernutrition, which also includes the chronically hungry
what is an appropriate use of the Child Food security survey module?
determine if a child is experiencing hunger at home
what does "household food security status" refer to?
an outcome measure to examine the public's ability to secure adequate food
what is a term that means all people have access, at all times, to sufficient food for an active and health life?
what is true of the food security survey module?
it measures sufficiency of food and very low food security requires intervention
low food security is characterized by:
reduced quality, variety, or desirability of diet
what was one effect of the national nutrition monitoring and related research act of 1990?
development of standardized questionnaires of measuring household food security status
the uneasy or painful sensation caused by lack of food is called:
which factor might be a cause of a patient's frequent ED visits for congestive heart failure?
the patient often goes without medication because they cannot afford them until they are paid
what problems or factors can be associated with food insecurity? choose all that apply.
* poor nutrition
* trouble obtaining food
* lower cognitive and academic performance
* poorer health status
what does supplemental nutrition program (SNAP) do?
help low-income families who have trouble affording food acquire food
what is the most appropriate referral to have home meals delivered by Meals on Wheels?
male, age 82, limited income, BMI 17, mobility issues and cannot drive
what is the most appropriate referral to the woman, infants, and children program?
female, age 22, speaks limited english, 6 months pregnant, low income, difficulty obtaining prenatal care
what is NOT a primary consideration when addressing nutritional needs for the homeless patients?
is the food fair-trade certifies?
what is a major barrier to nutritional education, and a strategy for overcoming that barrier?
Illiteracy; screening for problems with written materials and providing verbal or picture-based instruction
when working with a patient who speaks limited english, what should be avoided? choose all that apply.
- using text only to teach
- using only traditional american foods
what program teaches older adults how to shop, plan, and prepare nutritious meals, as well as conducting hypertension assessments?
elderly nutrition program
what is one way that programs seek to provide socialization to older adults?
providing meals in group settings
what is an important consideration fo the meals on wheels program?
that the meals are appealing to the patient's taste
what is food poisoning
can be used by either primary infection by a microbe or production of toxins by microbes
what is true of botulism
it is though to be the most lethal bioterrorism agent
which infections are most commonly disseminated by ingestion (Fecal oral)
what is food systems security?
a systems to focus on locating the source of a bioterrorism incident and notifying affected facilities
what foods have been common sources of food contamination in recent years?
- bean sprouts
which home cooks have put themselves at increased risk of spreading microbial foodborne illness? select all that apply
Food safety - Matching:
* E. coli
* Monosodium Glutamate
* Campylobacter - undercooked poultry
* E. coli - foods contaminated with fecal matter
* Mycotoxins - molds
* Glycoalkaloids - potatoes exposed to light
* Ciguatoxin - fish such as grouper
* Monosodium Glutamate - flavor enhancer which can cause chest pain, edema, facial numbness, headache
enteritis and diarrhea are commonly caused by: (choose all that apply)
* E coli
why should pregnant women east cheese only if it has been pasteurized?
listeria in unpasteurized cheese increases the risk of spontaneous abortion and congenital infection of the newborn
foods that require freezing, preservation techniques, or immediate use are called:
True or false:
Pasteurized milk can be stored at room temperature?
True or false:
contaminated drinking water should be boiled for at least 5 minutes
True or false:
Irradiated food becomes radioactive:
True or false:
Dented cans should be discarded
True or false:
Chicken should be cooked or frozen within 4 days of purchase
What is a term for a chemical that gives rise to obesity?
obesogen- bisphenol A is an example
what does the USDA organic seal indicate?
* that a food is 100% organic according to current standards
* that food is not genetically engineered and no synthetic fungicides or insecticides were used
a bottle of pasta sauce says "made with organic tomatoes, onions, and basil." what can you infer from this?
the sauce contains at least 70% certified organic content
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