Type
Crossword
Description

T/F Breastmilk and formula do not provide adequate water for healthy infants for the first six months False
Death that occurs within the first year of life Infant mortality
A reflexive movement of the tongue moving forward and backward; earliest feeding skill Sucking
Which vitamin is recommended for all infants starting shortly after birth at a level of 400 IU per day Vitamin D
What fats are difficult for infants to utilize Long chain fats
Recommended protein intake from birth to 6 months (g/kg) Two point two
What two essential fatty acids are found in fats Linoleic and alpha linolenic
What is the average gestation for a full term forty weeks
Those born at 37 weeks or less Pre term infant
Breastmilk provides how much energy from fat (%) Fifty five
Babies should be breastfed exclusively for how long Six months
The average energy need of infants in the first 6 months of life (kcal/kg) One hundred and eight
What may happen if an infant does not get enough fluoride Tooth decay
Action that occurs if one cheek is touched, resulting in the infant's head turning toward the cheek and the infant opening his mouth Rooting reflux
An infant weighing <5lb 8 oz at birth Low birth weight
infants born between 37 and 42 weeks of gestation Full term infant
.01 mg daily for infants less than 6 months is the DRI for which mineral Flouride
An automatic (unlearned) response that is triggered by a specific stimulus Reflux
Recommended protein intake from 6-12 months 9 (g/kg) One point six
One reason cow's milk is not recommended for infants before 1 is because it is high in Protein
Condition of inadequate weight or height gain thought to result from an energy deficit, whether or not the cause can be identified as a health problem it is common for infants to be deficient in this mineral Iron

6 main nutrients Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

what source does Complete proteins/fat come from? Animal
what source does incomplete proteins/fat come from? Plant
an example of a food item high in trans fat is? Cookies
what part of your body does water hydrate? Organs
what do carbohydrates,protein and fat all provide energy
folic acid is an example of a? Vitamin
Iron is an example of a? Mineral
plant sources of essential nutrients are sometimes refereed to as an? Alternative
what nutrient helps with tissue repair and growth? Protein
which vitamin assists in bone development? Vitamin D
OJ is a significant source of what vitamin? Vitamin C
olive oil, canola oil, fish oil , soy bean , tree nut , peanus and avacodo all contain what type of fat? Unsaturated fat
beef, chicken, pork, eggs,milk,cheese,yogurt,sour cream, cream cheese and butter all contain what type of fat? Saturated fat
out of all the six nutrients which one is exemplary of Milk? Protein
Carbohydrates are usually found in what type of product? Grain
Products with alot of sugar contain what type of nutrient? Carbohydrates
this is not a nutrient because it does not get absorbed by the body. Fibre
what type of mineral strengthens bones and teeth? Calcium
packaged foods have a high content of what? Sodium
when considering the six nutrients... it is important to maintain a... balance
other than drinking water, what food group can you get the MOST water from? fruits and vegtables
other than from the food you eat, what is another form of vitamins and minerals? supplements
which nutrients protects organs? fat
if you drink soda excessively what mineral deficiency could you get over time? Iron
the mineral, calcium is best found in which food group? Milk and alternatives
in our food and nutrition class, what beverage did we learn could cause a deficiency of essential nutrients? soda

Guide to good food Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A physical activity that speeds a persons heart rate and breathing Aerobic activity
An eating disorder where the person starves themselves Anorexia Nervosa
Proportions of bone,muscle,fat and tissue that makes up body weight Body composition
The unit used to measure the amount of energy value in foods Calorie
Thick yellow fluid that has antibodies in breast milk and will protect body from infection Colostrum
Abnormal loss of body fluids Dehydration
A diet that is popular for a short period of time Fad diet
The bodys ability to meet physical demands Fitness
Negative physical reaction to food that does not involve the body immune system Food intolerance
Producing breast milk Lactation
Foods that have more vitamins and minerals compared to the number of calories it supplies nutrient-dense-foods
doctors who specialzie in the care of preganat women and babys at birth obstetrician
baby doctor Pediatrician
Foods that have been canned,frozen,dried,cooked,or fortified processed foods
physical or mental tension causes by a reaction to a situation stress
recommended number of daily savings for each food groups USDA food guide
using healthy food choices and exercise to maintain a healthy weight weight management
unborn baby fetus
a reaction to the body immune system when exposed to protein in foods food allergy
severe condition in which the body can not control blood sugar levels Chronic diabetes

Understanding the Nutrition Facts Label Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

amount of food that is customarily eaten. Servings Size
total number of servings Servings Per Container
"energy" supplied from all sources of food Calories
fat's contributuin to the total number of calories Calories from fat
shows how much of a nutrient is in one serving of the food daily value
waxy, fat like substance produced primarily by the liver cholesterol
a type of carbohydrate found in plant food dietary fiber
found in higher portions in plnts and seafood and are usually liquid at room temperature monounsaturated fat
found in higher portions in plant and seafood and are usaully liquid at room temperature polyunsaturated fat
one of the three macronutrients in food that provides calories or "energy" protein
found in higher portions in animal products and is usually solid at room temperature saturated fat
a mineral and one of the chemicalelements found in salt sodium
provide a sweet taste with fewer calories sugar alcohols
smallest and simplest type of carbohydrate. Are easily digested and absorbed by the body sugars
found primarily in plant food; one of the three macronutrients in food that provide calories or "energy" total carbohydrate
unsaturated fat and is not essential in the diet trans fat
organic substances made by plants and animals vitamins
inorganic substances that are not made by living things minerals

Nutrients Review Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Help us survive and grow nutrients
Made up of sugars carbohydrates
Salt, iron, copper minerals
Good source of omega-3 salmon
"Forgotten nutrient" water
Water regulates body temperature through ___ perspiration
Water is necessary for chemical ___ reactions
Drink 2-3 ______ of water each day litres
A, D, E, K are fat-soluble ____ vitamins
Saturated, monounsaturated, polyunsaturated fats
A saturated fat butter
Cholesterol is not found in plants
"Good" fats lower risk of heart attack
Good source of fibre beans
Digestion breaks down proteins into amino acids
Amino acids from food essential
Builds, maintains, replaces tissue protein
Complex carbs/starches include ___ products grain
White sugar is a ______ carb simple
Fat-soluble vitamins are _____ in the body stored
Vitamin C and B vitamins are ___ water-soluble
Keeps you regular, lowers cholesterol, controls blood sugar fibre
This fat raises blood cholesterol saturated
The "good" fat in avocados, olives, nuts monounsaturated
In baked goods, fried foods, processed foods trans fats

The 6 Main Nutrients Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What mineral helps strengthen bones and teeth? Calcium
75% of your body is composed of this Water
Saturated and Unsaturated are examples of what? Fats
A lack of this vitamin can cause scurvy Vitamin C
Another word for salt is? Sodium
This nutrient is important during pregnacy Folic Acid
Peanuts, Treenuts, Whole Grains and Oils are food sources for what nutrient? Vitamin E
Trans Fat is in what type of food? Processed
Simple and _______ carbohydrates Complex
Vitamin C helps this system function? Immune
What nutrient helps carry oxegen to the cells? Iron
Caloriesis another word for ______ Energy
What is the source for unsaturated fat? Plants
Beef, Chicken, Pork, Eggs, Milk, Cheese, Sour Cream, Butter and Yogurt come from this source? Animals
14 is examples of this type of fat? Saturated
_____ is not considered a nutrient because it does not get absorbed by the body. Fibre
Vitamin K promotes ______ blood clotting Normal
__________ protein helps with tissue repair and growth Incomplete
Jam and Cornsyrup are examples of ______ _____________. simple carbohydrates
Vitamin D helps to prevent __________ depression
Vitamin A helps prevent night _________ blindness
Vitamin E is an ___________ antioxident

Nutrition Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Nutrient that helps the body use proteins, fats and carbohydrates Vitamin
Nutrient that provides energy and gives food flavor Fat
Nutrient that is the body's main energy source Carbohydrate
Nutrient needed for growth and cell repair Protein
Nutrient that helps the body's chemical processes Mineral
Food you eat between meals Snack
Daily eating plan that includes foods from all food groups Balanced Diet
Food high in calories but low in vitamins and minerals Empty Calorie Food
Reaction to a food that is caused the immune system Food Allergy
The sugar found in milk Lactose
A substance that helps a food taste better or last longer Additive
The unit to measure the energy produced by food in the body Calorie
Nutritional information about food is printed on this Food Label
Suggested goals to help you stay healthy Dietary Guidelines
Food that contain the same types of nutrients are in the same____________. Food Group
The nutrient that helps keep the body and cells hydrated Water
A substance that is added to food to flavor meats and other foods MSG
A reaction of the body towards a food or something in a food. Food Intolerance
Meals at these restaurants should not be eaten everyday Fast Food
something added to food to keep it from spoiling or going bad Preservative
A commercial that tries to get you to buy a product is know as an ___________ Advertisement
Water,protein,carbohydrates,fats,vitamins and minerals are known as________. Nutrients

Breastfeeding Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Saves a family more than $2,000 in formula-related expenses in a baby’s first year alone. Breastfeeding
Children who are breastfed have a much lower rate of certain _________ Illnesses
The average medical expenses for people with diagnosed _______ are 2.3 times higher than those who don't have this Diabetes
Is a serious epidemic in the U. S. For children and adolescents aged 2-19 Obesity
Breast Milk contains long-chain polyunsaturated Fatty acids
LCPUFAs induce early changes in skeletal muscle that protect against __________ resistance Insulin
infants have greater concentrations of insulin Formula fed
LCPUFAs are abundant in the brain and are necessary for ____________ of a young infant’s brain and the retina of the eye. growth and development
Breastfed infants are able to control the amount of milk they consume because they can their energy intake based on their internal hunger. self regulate
The best way to feed your baby is with your own __________ Breastmilk

SMART - Goal Setting Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Achieving your goal, gives you a sense of.... Pride
What does A stand for in SMART? Achievable
Ever goal should have a specific... Plan
Setting SMART goals, keeps us... Motivated
What does S stand for in SMART? Specific
What does M stand for in SMART? Measurable
What does T stand for in SMART? Time
What is the acronym that helps us remember how to set targets? SMART
If you have not achieved your goal, what do you do? Review
If you easily achieve your goal, you should have it... Harder
What does R stand for in SMART? Realistic
What is the time frame for a short term goal? Week
It should take around 6 weeks to achieve this type of goal. Medium
I should be looking to achieve my long term goal in how many months? Six

Nutrition Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

To include more fruits and veggies in your diet, when would be the ideal meal to eat them during to encourage such a habit? Breakfast
These are great sources of energy in fruits and vegetables. Carbohydrates
Sources of this can be added to fruit and vegetable snacks to make them even more nutritious and delicious Protein
Try different vegetables, because our bodies like ___. Variety
______ are nutrients in food that the body uses to build cell membranes, nerve tissue (like the brain), and hormones. Lipids
The body uses ___ as fuel. Fat
What is a unit of energy that measures how much energy food provides to the body? Calorie
Light (lite) and _______-fat foods may still be high in fat. Reduced
What is the requirement for a food to be labeled light (lite)? Have 50% less fat or _______ fewer calories per serving Onethird
One of the most harmful fats: s_____. Saturated
One of the most harmful fats: t_____. Trans
Trans and saturated fats can cause what? Heartdisease
Unsaturated fats are ____ at room temperature. Liquid
One type of unsaturated fat: p_________. Polyunsaturated
One type of unsaturated fat: m_________. Monounsaturated

Foods and Nutrition Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What is the body's main source of energy? Carbohydrates
What are nutrients that help build, repair, and maintain body tissue? Proteins
One common cause of obesity? Heredity
A good source of protein, vitamins, minerals, and dietary fibers. Starches
What is the only form of carbohydrates that does not provide energy? (2 words) Dietary Fibers
What is the recommended daily intake of fiber? 20-35 Grams
What is your hair, eyes, skin, heart, muscles, and bones made out of? Proteins
What are the chains of chemical building blocks called? (2 words) Amino Acids
What proteins supply us with all 9 essential amino acids? Complete
Where is it recommended to get most of your protein from? (2 words) Plant Sources
You can find me in fruits, vegetables, dry beans, and wheat products. (2 words) Insoluble Fiber
A health problem caused by poor nutrition. Malnutrition