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in Practice: NUTRITION Pocket Guide Bright Futures in Practice: Nutrition Pocket Guide Mary Story, Ph.D., R.D., Katrina Holt, M.P.H., M.S., R.D., Denise Sofka, M.P.H., R.D., Eileen M. Clark Editors Supported by Maternal and Child Health Bureau Health Resources and Services Administration U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Published by National Center for Education in Maternal and Child Health Georgetown University Center for Medicaid and State Operations Health Care Financing Admin
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  in Practice: NUTRITION Pocket Guide  Bright Futures in Practice: Nutrition Pocket Guide Mary Story, Ph.D., R.D., Katrina Holt, M.P.H., M.S., R.D., Denise Sofka, M.P.H., R.D., Eileen M. ClarkEditors Supported byMaternal and Child Health BureauHealth Resources and Services AdministrationU.S. Department of Health and Human ServicesPublished byNational Center for Education in Maternal and Child HealthGeorgetown University The pocket guide is made possible in part through an educational grant from Pfizer Pediatric Health.Center for Medicaid and State OperationsHealth Care Financing AdministrationU.S. Department of Health and Human Services  Cite as Story M, Holt K, Sofka D, Clark EM, eds. 2002. Bright Futures in Practice: Nutrition—Pocket Guide. Arlington, VA: National Center for Education in Maternaland Child Health. Bright Futures in Practice: Nutrition—Pocket Guide  ©2002 by National Center for Education in Maternal and Child Health and Georgetown University. TheMaternal and Child Health Bureau reserves a royalty-free, nonexclusive, and irrevocable right to use the work for federal purposes and to authorize others touse the work for federal purposes. Written requests for permission to duplicate and use all or part of the information and illustrations contained in this publi-cation should be sent to NCEMCH at the address below. NCEMCH cannot grant permission to reproduce any material in the text noted as having beenreprinted or adapted from another source (contact the srcinal source for permission to reproduce these materials). We encourage requests for use of mate-rial in this publication, as the intent of the Bright Futures project is to disseminate its information as widely as possible in the hope that it will be used inmany settings across the country.Library of Congress Control Number 2002102634ISBN 1-57285-074-4 Published by  National Center for Education in Maternal and Child HealthGeorgetown University2000 15th Street, North, Suite 701Arlington, VA 22201-2617(703) 524-7802 ã (703) 524-9335 faxE-mail: info@ncemch.orgNCEMCH Web site: www.ncemch.orgBright Futures Web site: www.brightfutures.org Additional copies of this publication are available from  Bright Futures Distribution Centerc/o Rockville Mailing ServiceDept. B, 751 East Gude DriveRockville, MD 20850-1356(301) 279-8890 ã (301) 559-5167 faxBright Futures Web site: www.brightfutures.org (for order form) This publication has been produced by the National Center for Education in Maternal and Child Health under its cooperative agreement (MCU-119301)with the Maternal and Child Health Bureau, Health Resources and Services Administration, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.  iii About Bright Futures...............................................ivAbout Bright Futures in Practice: Nutrition  ................viHow This Pocket Guide Is Organized.....................viiCore Concepts......................................................viii Nutrition Supervision Infancy (0–11 Months)............................................2Early Childhood (1–4 Years)..................................24Middle Childhood (5–10 Years).............................36Adolescence (11–21 Years)....................................44 Nutrition Issues and Concerns Diabetes Mellitus...................................................54Eating Disorders....................................................56Food Allergy..........................................................58Hyperlipidemia......................................................60Iron-Deficiency Anemia.........................................62Lead Exposure.......................................................64Obesity..................................................................66 Nutrition Tools Key Indicators of Nutrition Risk.............................70 Tips for Promoting Physical Activity.......................82 Tips for Promoting Food Safety.............................84 TABLE OF CONTENTS
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