State Board Requirements in Dietetics; And State Board Examination Questions

State Board Requirements in Dietetics; And State Board Examination Questions

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1920 edition. Excerpt: ...more nutritious and which the more easily digested, a baked or a boiled potato? Why? 4. Give reasons for a mixed diet. 5. What kinds of foods are restricted in diabetes? Why? 6. How would you prepare (a) barley water? (6) oatmeal gruel? (c) beef broth? MARYLAND June, 1916 1. (a) What are the functions of nitrogenous food in the body? (b) What of non-nitrogenous food? 2. (a) Name four vegetables which contain little or no starch. (6) Name three which contain a large amount of starch. 3. What is meant by "a balanced meal"? 4. (a) Name three diseases requiring special diet. (6) Give proper menu for one meal in each disease. 5. (c) How should meat be cooked to retain its juices? (6) Name three meat substitutes. October, 1916 1. How should meat be cooked (a) if you wish to retain the juices? (6) If you wish to extract the juices? 2. (a) What is an ideal piece of toast and how should it be prepared? (6) Why is toasted bread more digestible than fresh bread? 3. What food principle is to be guarded against in the diet of a diabetic? Name some foods that may be given. Name some foods that should not be given. 4. (a) How do you make a cup of coffee? (6) How do you make a cup of tea? (c) How do you cook rice? (d) How do you boil an egg? (e) How do you bake a potato? 5. Name some diseases that may be caused by the following errors in diet: (a) Insufficient food. (6) Lack of fresh food, (c) Over-eating, (ei) Improperly balanced diet. June, 1917 1. What do you understand by the "food value" of any article of food? Name two articles of food having great food value, and two that have little food value. 2. (a) By what signs do you know good beef? (6) By what signs do you know good fish? 3. (a) What foods should be avoided if there is more

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  • Paperback | 48 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 104g
  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236780264
  • 9781236780263