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Judith E. Brown
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Judith E. Brown
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The primary components of individual-level nutrition assessment consist of visual physical assessment, food frequency questionnaire administration, body weight measurement, and a blood draw.

______ True    ______ False

Summary Introduction

To examine: Whether the statement “The primary components of individual-level nutrition assessment consist of visual physical assessment, food frequency questionnaire administration, body weight measurement, and a blood draw.” is true or false.

Introduction: Nutrition assessment of an individual refers to the in-depth evaluation of both subjective and objective data related to their nutrient intake, medical history, and lifestyle. This assessment is the solution to various nutrition-related health problems. It can be assessed for the population group and for an individual.

Explanation

The primary components of an individual level nutrition assessment include as follows:

  1. 1) Physical and clinical assessment- visual factors and other factors are analyzed related to malnutrition.
  2. 2) Anthropometric assessment- It includes various questionnaire like 24-Hour Dietary Recalls and Records, Dietary History, Food Frequency Questionnaires, and Internet Dietary Assessment Resources...

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