Handbook of Pediatric Nutrition
Handbook of Pediatric Nutrition, Third Edition is the seminal resource covering all aspects of pediatric nutrition. It covers the latest clinical research, accepted practice protocols, and study of the normal child from preconception through adolescence. In a practical and detailed manner, this comprehensive guide provides cutting edge research and resources on the most important pediatric practice issues and therapies. Commonly used by dietetic practitioners studying for their Pediatric Specialty exams, registered dietitians, dietetic technicians, nutritionists, pediatricians, nurses, and dietetic students, this book is considered the last word in pediatric nutrition.
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A 24 - hour recall provides an estimate of nutrient intake based on the individual's
recollection of food consumed over the ... Nutrient intakes calculated from 24 -
hour recalls are lower than those based on dietary histories or food records .
The calculated intake is evaluated for adequacy by comparing it with a reference
intake . The recently revised Dietary Reference Intakes ( DRIS ) ( see Appendix I )
are the most commonly used reference allowances in the United States ...
Intakes less than these guidelines do not presume inadequacies or adverse
effects ( see Appendix 11 and 12 ) . diets ... Dietary evaluation of protein intake
should include the growth rate , energy intake , and quality of the protein sources
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Nutrition for Premature Infants
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