Food Intolerances & Sensitivities in Children

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    Question #1
    From data collated in 2012, what percentage of Australians avoided specific foods because of intolerances or allergies?

    A: 7%B: 17%C: 27%D: 37%

    Question #2
    Food intolerances are characterized by immediate adverse reactions.

    A: TrueB: False

    Question #3
    FODMAPS stands for Fermentable Oligosaccharides, Disaccharides, Monosaccharides and ?

    A: ProteinsB: PepsinsC: PolysaccharidesD: Polyols

    Question #4
    Infants generally have increased intestinal permeability.

    A: TrueB: False

    Question #5
    Examples of foods high in salicylates are:

    A: SultanasB: Olive OilsC: Fruit JuicesD: All of these

    Question #6
    Amine content is higher in fresh fruits.

    A: TrueB: False

    Question #7
    FPIES stands for Food (?) Induced Enterocolitis Syndrome:

    A: PeaB: PeptideC: ProteinD: Pineapple

    Question #8
    Herbal medicines are best suited for treating salicylate reactions.

    A: TrueB: False

    Question #9
    When removing dairy from a child’s diet, it is important that which nutrient is being provided from other food sources?

    A: Vitamin CB: Vitamin EC: FibreD: B Vitamins

    Question #10
    The presence of blood in a child’s stool is an example of when to refer to a GP or paediatrician.

    A: TrueB: False

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