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Name: Siti Nurliana Mohd Dani Student No : 030.07.

342 Please choose the correct One answer from the given responses. 1. Nutrition is important for: A. Adolescent B. Infancy and early childhood C. Pregnancy D. All stages in life cycle 2. Highest iron requirement is found in: A. Adolescent B. Infancy and early childhood C. Pregnancy D. Adolescent and childhood 3. Maternal iron deficiency can increase the risk of: A. Delivery of Low birth weight baby B. Childhood asthma C. Gestational diabetes D. Maternal obesity 4. Immediate causes of maternal and child undernutrition are: A. Income poverty B. Lack of political commitment C. Inadequate dietary intake and disease D. Household food insecurity 5. The short-term consequence of maternal and child undernutrition is: A. Increase infectious disease morbidity B. Reduced adult size C. Increased productivity D. Increased risk of non-communicable diseases 6. Brain development: A. Stops in fetal life B. Stops in infancy C. Continues until adolescent stage D. Continues until elderly 7. The following condition reflects chronic undernutrition problem: A. Thinness B. Stunting C. Underweight D. Obesity 8. Anemia can be caused by the following nutrient deficiency except: A. Thiamin

B. Vitamin B12 C. Iron D. Folate 9. Nutrition intervention in elderly can have the following benefits except: A. Delay the onset of vicious cycle between malnutrition and impaired immune response B. Improved nutritional status C. Increase productivity for the country D. Successful aging 10. The following condition was common as in old days (around 1950) except: A. Obesity B. Kwashiorkor C. Beri beri D. Endemic goiter 11. Double burden of nutrition is a condition in which the following two conditions occur simultaneously: A. Obesity and hypertension B. Anemia and diarrhea C. Stunting and Overweight D. Impaired immunity and stunting 12. The following biochemical assessment should be done to detect all stages of iron deficiency: A. Hemoglobin, serum iron, transferrin saturation B. Hemoglobin, serum ferritin, serum transferrin receptor C. Hemoglobin, serum iron, free erythrocyte protoporphyrin D. all of the above answers 13. Direct methods of nutritional assessment include the following except: A. Anthropometry B. Biochemical assessment C. Clinical and vital statistics D. Dietary assessment 14. Micronutrient deficiencies can cause the following conditions except: A. Obesity B. DNA damage C. Stunting D. Anemia 15. Nutrigenetic studies: A. The effect of diet on body metabolism B. The influence of genotype on nutritionally related diseases C. The role of nutrients on gene expression D. The influence of life style on gene expression