NUTR test 4 (3)

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NUTR test 4 (3)
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2015-04-21 15:06:58
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test 4
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  1. Number of extra calories needed to produce a normal supply of milk during the first six months of lactation
    500
  2. Chief protein in human breast milk
    Alpha- lactalbumin
  3. A milklike secretion from the breast, present during the first few days after delivery before milk appears; rich in protective factors
    Colostrum
  4. Compared with cows milk breast milk contains
    Whey
  5. A protein in breast milk that attacks diarrhea causing viruses
    Lactadherin
  6. Features of breast milk banks
    Receive milk from lactating women who have an abundant supply to give to infants whose own mothers' milk unavailable or insufficient.
  7. Formula available for infants with lactose intolerance
    Wean
  8. Common source of lead poisoning in infants
    Contaminated water used to make infant formula
  9. Why is goat milk inappropriate for infants?
    because of its low folate content.

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