No’s of Pregnancy Food Safety PRENATAL NUTRITION JEOPARDY Round 1 Weight Important Nutrients Go To 2 nd Round2 nd Round
Common Discomforts PRENATAL NUTRITION JEOPARDY Round 2 Multiples Healthy Eating Final Round Medical Risks
NO’S OF PREGNANCY $ 100 The maximum number of cups of coffee recommended to consume daily The Question Module 1, Slide 7
NO’S OF PREGNANCY $ 200 Drinking alcohol during pregnancy is linked to this birth defect The Question Module 1, Slide 8
NO’S OF PREGNANCY $ 300 One of the Arizona WIC resources available for helping a participant quit smoking. The Question Module 1, Slide 8
NO’S OF PREGNANCY $ 400 The Question Smoking during pregnancy has been linked to these three negative pregnancy outcomes Module 1, Slide 9
FOOD SAFETY $ 100 Mercury poisoning is a possibility if a pregnant woman eats more than this many ounces per week of certain types of fish The Question Module 1, Slide 17
FOOD SAFETY $ 200 Uncooked meats, such as hot dogs, and unpasteurized soft cheeses can result in this foodborne illness The Question Module 1, Slide 15
FOOD SAFETY $ 300 These five types of fish and seafood contain low levels of mercury The Question Module 1, Slide 17
FOOD SAFETY $ 400 Three food safety tips you can talk to WIC participants about The Question Module 1, Slide 14
WEIGHT $ 100 Decreasing or increasing weight is related to consumption of these The Question
WEIGHT $ 200 The number of pounds a pregnant woman will gain in the first trimester The Question Module 2, Slide 3
WEIGHT $ 300 The number of pounds per week an underweight or normal weight woman should gain in the 2 nd and 3 rd trimesters of pregnancy The Question Module 2, Slide 3
WEIGHT $ 400 The number of pounds per week an overweight or obese woman should gain in the 2 nd and 3 rd trimesters of pregnancy The Question Module 2, Slide 3
IMPORTANT NUTRIENTS $ 100 This vitamin helps prevent neural tube defects like spina bifida The Question Module 2, Slide 5
IMPORTANT NUTRIENTS $ 200 This nutrient makes blood, provides amniotic fluid, removes waste, and reduces constipation The Question Module 2, Slide 8
IMPORTANT NUTRIENTS $ 300 Two things that increase iron absorption in the diet The Question Module 2, Slide 6
IMPORTANT NUTRIENTS $ 400 These five foods are good sources of folate/folic acid The Question Module 2, Slide 5
What are two cups?
What are low birth weight, premature birth, and miscarriage?
What is AZ Smokers Helpline?
What is Fetal Alcohol Syndrome?
What is 12 ounces?
What is Listeriosis?
What are shrimp, canned light tuna, salmon, pollack, & catfish?
What are: Thoroughly wash hands, utensils and kitchen surfaces, Remove dirt and rinse raw fruits and vegetables under running water, Don’t eat raw or undercooked eggs, meat, poultry, fish or shellfish, Keep raw meats and juices separate from other foods, Use a cooking thermometer to ensure thorough cooking, Properly chill all leftovers and other foods that should be refrigerated?
What is pounds?
What are calories?
What are: Combining Vitamin C foods with iron-rich foods, Cooking foods in iron pots, Including lean meats in the diet?
What is 1 pound per week?
What is ½ pound per week?
What is Folic Acid/Folate?
What is water?
What are dried beans, asparagus, broccoli, orange juice, pasta, tortillas, bread, rice, noodles?
COMMON DISCOMFORTS $ 100 High fiber foods important for preventing constipation The Question Module 2, Slide 15
COMMON DISCOMFORTS $ 200 Excessive vomiting increases the risk of this The Question Module 2, Slide 13
COMMON DISCOMFORTS $ 300 Three tips for managing heartburn during pregnancy The Question Module 2, Slide 14
COMMON DISCOMFORTS $ 400 Three tips for managing nausea and vomiting during pregnancy The Question Module 2, Slide 13
MEDICAL RISKS $ 100 A mother who delivers babies this many months apart or less is considered to have “closely spaced pregnancies” The Question Module 3, Slide 5
MEDICAL RISKS $ 200 A Gestational Diabetes test is typically done between which weeks gestation The Question Module 3, Slide 2
MEDICAL RISKS $ 300 The difference between Type 1 Diabetes, Type 2 Diabetes, and Gestational Diabetes The Question Module 3, Slide 2
MEDICAL RISKS $ 400 Four nutrients pregnant teenagers have an increased requirement for The Question Module 3, Slide 8
MULTIPLES $ 100 Potential complications for a mother who is pregnant with multiples The Question Module 3, Slide 9
MULTIPLES $ 200 Weight gain recommendation for a mother at an overweight pre-pregnancy weight and pregnant with twins The Question Module 3, Slide 11
MULTIPLES $ 300 Potential complications for an infant who is a multiple (4 possible answers) The Question Module 3, Slide 9
MULTIPLES $ 400 Weight gain recommendation for a mother with a normal pre-pregnancy weight and pregnant with twins The Question Module 3, Slide 11
EATING HEALTHY $ 100 A substance found in low calorie, sugar free, diet foods and is recommended to avoid in large amounts The Question Module 2, Slide 11
EATING HEALTHY $ 200 The daily water recommendations during pregnancy The Question Module 2, Slide 8
EATING HEALTHY $ 300 The number of cups of dairy recommended to consume daily throughout pregnancy The Question Module 2, Slide 10
EATING HEALTHY $ 400 The number of cups of fruit recommended to consume daily throughout pregnancy The Question Module 2, Slide 10
What are fruits, vegetables, beans, lentils, nuts, seeds, whole-wheat breads, and whole grain cereals and pasta?
What is dehydration?
What are: Eat small, low-fat meals and snacks, Don’t overeat, Avoid spicy, greasy and fried foods, Don’t bend over or lie down for 1 to 2 hours after eating, Wear clothes that are loose around the waist, Avoid soft drinks and drinks with caffeine, Talk with your doctor first before taking antacids or other medicine for heartburn or indigestion?
What are: Avoid strong, offensive smells. Get plenty of fresh air, especially in the kitchen and eating areas. Have someone else cook meats or other foods that trigger nausea, After waking, try eating crackers, dry toast or a handful of dry cereal. Then rest in bed for awhile before slowly getting up, Drink liquids between meals, not with them. Avoid drinks with caffeine. Try cold water, cold sweet beverages or drinks that are bubbly, Use trial and error to determine which foods lessen the nausea and eat those foods to avoid an empty stomach, Get your doctor’s approval first, before taking a medication for nausea or trying any sort of alternative treatment? As the nausea improves, add foods back into your diet and limit sweet liquids or snack foods that have little nutritional value.
What is 16 months or less?
What are between 24 and 28 weeks gestation?
What is: with Type 1, the body isn’t able to make enough insulin; with Type 2, the body isn’t able to use the insulin it makes, and Gestational Diabetes develops during pregnancy but usually goes away after delivery?
What are Calcium, Phosphorus, Zinc, and Magnesium? (pregnancy at all ages requires additional iron and folic acid)
What are preeclampsia, iron deficiency anemia, kidney problems, and caesarean section?
What are lbs?
What are low birth weight, prematurity, congenital abnormalities, cerebral palsy?