Which of the following is not a good way to evaluate weight in children?

Question
Main Question 1.1.Lenny is 3¾ years old. He was 20 inches long when he was born. He is now 35 inches tall. Is Lenny growing at the proper rate? (Points : 1)
Yes
No
Question 2.2.Which of the following is not a good way to evaluate weight in children? (Points : 1)
Growth charts
BMI
Rate of growth
Iron level
Question 3.3.Regina is 8 years old and is obese. Which of the following recommendations is not appropriate to help Regina attain a healthy weight? (Points : 1) Increase her activity level
Reduce the fat content in her milk from whole milk to low-fat milk
Reduce her calorie intake by 300 calories per day
Encourage her to eat more fruits and vegetables
Question 4.4.Raymond suffers from iron-deficiency anemia. Which of the following reasons is not a possible explanation for the anemia? (Points : 1)
Raymond follows a vegetarian diet
Raymond has lead toxicity
Raymond is not consuming enough Vitamin B12
Raymond consumes most of his calories from juice
Question 5.5.Which of the following likely most influences the food choices of teenagers? (Points : 1)
Nutritional recommendations
Peer pressure
Parent suggestions
Calorie content
Question 6.6.A diet adequate in fiber can help prevent all of the following in older adults except: (Points : 1)
Hemorrhoids
Diverticulosis
Constipation
Osteoporosis
Question 7.7.As people age, their kidneys become less efficient. This can lead to ______. (Points : 1)
Decreased thirst
Diverticulitis
Dehydration
Diabetes
Question 8.8.Gertrude is 81 years old and has multiple medical conditions. She has been experiencing dizziness and diarrhea for a few months. This began after a doctor’s appointment and her doctor prescribed a new medication. What might be the cause of Gertrude’s symptoms? (Points : 1)
Dehydration
Arthritis
Frailty
Medications
Question 9.9.As children grow, energy and protein needs per kilogram of body weight _______. (Points : 1)
Increase
Decrease
Stay constant
Alternate
Question 10.10.Which nutrients are of the greatest concern during childhood and adolescence in terms of dietary adequacy? (Points : 1)
Iron and calcium