Which is a true statement concerning fats? a. Infants need a higher percentage of their daily calories from fat than children and adults. b. Breast milk is lower in fat than standard infant formulas. c. Long-chain fatty acids are not needed for healthy infants in the first year. d. Fat restriction can be initiated in the first year for infants who were born at term.

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Judith E. Brown
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781305628007

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Which is a true statement concerning fats?

  1. a. Infants need a higher percentage of their daily calories from fat than children and adults.
  2. b. Breast milk is lower in fat than standard infant formulas.
  3. c. Long-chain fatty acids are not needed for healthy infants in the first year.
  4. d. Fat restriction can be initiated in the first year for infants who were born at term.

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