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What are the nutritional changes we need to make as we age? All apply except which of the following:
T/F – The amount of water in the body decreases by 20% by the age of 80 making hydration even more important.
What nutrients do we need to consume more as we age? Check all that apply.
Name common challenges facing seniors. All of the following apply, except:
What are the advantages of having good nutrition? All apply except,
T/F – As we age, we may notice that our appetite is suppressed and we feel tired quicker.
What diet supports a healthy body and brain? The following apply, except:
Blood sugar can fall, from ________.
To support a healthy immune system, what are things to consider?
T/F – Taking vitamin D supplements can help prevent falls and support a healthy immune system.
T/F – Loss of muscle mass can be halted or reversed with strength-training exercises.
T/F – Older adults get most of their Vitamin B12 from fortified cereals like: Total Corn Flakes, Malt-O-Meal Bran Flakes and Rice Chex.
T/F – The key components in meeting quality of life standards among older adults who are residents of long-term care facilities is prevention of unintentional weight loss and pressure ulcers.
T/F – Maintaining quality of life is a primary goal of diet intervention for the elderly.
T/F – Approximately 48 g protein are needed per day for older adults.
T/F – Arthritis is a leading cause of functional limitation among older adults.
T/F – When screening an older person for nutritional risk, it is important to ask about their prescribed and over-the-counter daily medications.
T/F – Eating alone is a risk factor for undernutrition among the elderly population?
T/F – Yogurt and cottage cheese are part of the protein group found in the cheese family.
T/F – The recommended daily intake of water per day to maintain optimum hydration is 8 to 10 glasses.