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Provides knowledge in clinical nutrition, food service management, and community nutrition for aspiring dietitians to develop the necessary skills.
The Greek word 'Diarrhoea' means
For hypertension patient, WHO recommends a reduction of sodium intake
Patient : Mr ADiagnosis: Morbid ObeseBody weight= 85 kgHeight = 160 cm What is the target weight loss % that should be recommended to Mr. A by dietitian within 6 months?
Diet plays an important role in Preventing, controlling and treating Coronavirus
Good Cholesterol is
Double boiling is an example for
The nutrient to be restricted while planning diet for a patient with diarrhoea
The LOA stand for?*medical abbreviation
High intake of Saturated fat can lead to
According to WHO, passage of ___ or more stools per day is considered to be diarrhoea?
________________ like beta-carotene, selenium, vitamin E and vitamin C from food sources have a protective function in our body.
Which essential nutrient is the body's main source of energy?
How much sucrose allowed for diabetic patients?
1 tsp of budu (fish sauce) contain ___________mg sodium
Typhoid is caused
Fever, in fact, is part of the body's own
Cx stand for?*medical abbreviation
Malnutrition is the underlying cause of at least ____ % of deaths in children under five years of age.
_______________________ therapy is given to patient who cannot eat or absorb enough food through tube-feeding formula or by mouth to maintain good nutrition status.
Which one contain 15 gram carbohydrate, 2 gram protein, 0.5 gram fat & 75 calories?
Development of __________________ process by Nicolas Appert in 1810 was a revolutionary innovation in food preservation techniques.
A large proportion of children and adults suffer from ____________________ deficiencies, mainly iron, zinc, vitamin A, iodine, folic acid and vitamin B12 in varying degrees of severity.
Identify the nutritional deficiency
Deficiency of ______________ leads to insufficient secretion of thyroid hormone (thyroxine) which is synthesized by the thyroid glad, which helps in normal growth and development.
RDA is prescribed by ---------.
What is the target glycemic control (HbA1c) for most of diabetic patients?
Health and nutrition are closely interlinked. Justify. (or) The number of people who need nutritional care, support and diet counseling is increasing now-a-days. Why? (2 marks)
Fish are good sources of
The vulnerable groups of iron-deficiency anaemia is
Complete the medical abbreviation stated: Dx=
Night Blindness is caused due to deficiency of _______________
What type of protein is recommended for a patient with diarrhoea?
what is acute fever?
Which one high fiber fruit (5+ g)?
Explain in brief, the nutritional concerns that have made scientific research in food processing and technology important in the present times. (3 marks)
Diet counseling is effective to help lower HbA1c by an average of _________%
Tuberculosis is an example of chronic fever caused by bacteria -
The RDA for iron for an adult women moderate worker is --------------mg.
In the cases of Raju, he was affected by
if the bacteria in the body are in an inactive state andthe person shows no symptom. This is called
What are vitamins that dissolve in water and are not stored in the body?
The protein (g) content in sugar
Foods that are processed as little as possible in order to retain the quality of fresh foods are called ________________ foods.
Identify the food supplementation program not executed in India
Can tender coconut water be suggested for a patient with diarrhoea?
Therelationship between malnutrition, impaired immunity and infection can be described as
Remittent fever, on the other hand, is defined as fever with daily fluctuations exceeding
How is Public Health and Nutrition different from other fields of nutrition like clinical nutrition and dietetics?(or) What are the disadvantages of food preservation? (2 marks)
Which of the following does not cause diarrhoea?
Following are the recent trends and types of changes in diet of urban Indians over the past decade. Identify the option which is not appropriate to this.
Anganwadi systems of food security program provide rations to (Note: tick two appropriate check boxes)
E.coli is the common cause of
we need to restore positive nitrogen balance to
High consumption of convenience and processed foods that have high salt and sodium, decreased intake of potassium rich fruits, vegetables, grains and legumes, low calcium intake, less physical activity and stress have increased risk of ___________________.
Functional Food have positive effect on a persons health, physical performance or state of mind.
what is stunting
ORT refers to
Which one low fiber vegetable?
____________________ are non-nutrient constituents present in foods that have physiological or biological benefits and influence health.
At 6-8 months of age, the texture of foods suggested are
BMI for an adult reference man should be in the level of -----
Weaning among babies should start at
Intravenous feeding causes more complications and is more expensive.
Identify the field which does not come under food processing
Hypoglycaemia is defined by
what is synergism?
The carbohydrate content in Low Fat Milk (2%)
Severe undernutrition due to the deficiency of food and energy is termed as _____________________ and that caused by protein deficiency is termed as ______________________.
In a healthy well fed individual ______________ is act as an barrier and prevent the entry of pathogens.
Poaching involves cooking in the minimumamount of liquid at a temperature
A ___________________ diet is a qualitative or quantitative modified version of a normal regular diet which has been adjusted according to the nutritional needs of patients/individuals to improve specific health/disease condition.
calcium requirement of an adult woman is ---- mg
What is a vitamin that dissolves in fat ?
Following are the ways of modifying diets to meet the therapeutic needs of an individual or patient. Identify the one way which is incorrect.
Who is a heavy worker?
which medication as 1st line therapy in T2DM
Calculate the BMI and IWR for the cases below:Mrs S, Body weight = 63.5 kg, Height = 150 cm
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