- Feeding Practices
- Micronutrients: Minerals
- Micronutrients: Vitamins
- Postscript & References
- Assess Diet and Behavior
- Assess Nutritional Status
- Food Costs and Culture
- Anticipatory Guidance
- Introduction to the Cycle of Obesity
- Section 1. - Meeting the infant
"at-risk" for obesity.
- Section 2. - Importance of
- Section 3. - A booklet
"Healthy Weight Gain for Healthy
- Section 4 - The
pathophysiology of obesity.
- Section 5. - The
phenomenon of Adiposity Rebound.
- Section 6. - Biologic,
cultural, and economic interactions.
- Section 7. - Evaluation and
- Section 8. - Diet and
behaviors needed maintain body
- Section 9. - A Section of Questions and Answers
S1. Early Life - birth to 2 weeks of age
a. Nutrition and NICU care
c. Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
d. Infant of a diabetic mother (See also Section 8e)
S2. Infancy and early months - 2 weeks to 4 months
a. Failure to Thrive
b. Inborn errors of metabolism
c. Celiac disease
d. Gastroesophageal reflux
S3. Later infancy - 4 months to a year of age
a. Rickets and Calcium needs
b. Classic Nutritional Deficiency
c. Food intolerance/food allergy
d. Acute gastroenteritis
e. Nutrition and child development
f. Lead poisoning
g. The Macrobiotic Mom & Vegetarianism
S4. Toddler - 1 to 2 years of age
a. PICU care and nutrition
b. Iron deficiency
c. Dental health
d. HIV and nutrition
e. Care of Handicapped Children
f. Nutrition and Infection
S5. Pre-School - 2 to 5 years of age
b. Prader-Willi syndrome
c. Fiber needs/constipation
d. Vitamin A and the eye
e. Chronic diarrhea
f. Type 1 DM
S6. Early school - 5 years to Pre-adolescent
a. Micronutrient deficiency at early school age
c. Adult onset diabetes
d. The ketogenic diet
e. Nutrition and oncology
S7. Adolescent - Pubertal
a. Eating disorders
b. Sports nutrition
c. Folate needs in potential pregnancy
d. Nonalcoholic liver disease
e. Nutrition and teen pregnancy
S8. Post-adolescent -Young adult
a. Nutrition in chronic illness
b. Cystic fibrosis
d. Vitamin excess and hormonal misuse
e. The diabetic mother
Part V:Public Health and Preventive Nutrition:
An International Perspective
Introduction to the basics
- Section 1 - Nutrition Surveillance
Approaching the "5-worlds" of economic dvelopment.
- Section 2 - Reduction of perinatal morbidity and mortality
b. In-utero and the first months of life.
c. At weening through the first year of life.
- Section 3 - Effective public policy
a. Insuring an availability of quality diet: Protein energy and Micronutrients.
b. promoting effective use: Addressing the microsocial environment.
a. What the health care provider can do.
Preface for Evaluation Theory and Practice
Section 1: An Overview of Evaluation Theory
Section 2: Applications in clinical practice
Section 3: Using active learning techniques to establish a "working memory"