The soy connection continuing professional education

Vol 22, Number 2 - Focus On: Soy Formula for Infants

1. Which of the following does the American Academy of Pediatrics recommend as the first choice for infant feeding for optimal growth and development:
2. The article states that certain countries have severely restricted the use of soy formulas in infants primarily because of the concerns of:
3. According to the authors, preliminary findings from the Beginnings Study reveal that:
4. When studying the effects of diet on brain development, the authors of this study found:
5. In regards to the potential estrogenic effects of soy formula on childhood sexual organ development, the authors of this study stated in the article that they found:
6. Based on the provided study, feeding which of the following has the most pronounced effect on uterus weights in the neonatal pig model:
7. All of the following are preliminary findings from the Beginnings Study, EXCEPT:
8. According to the second article, examples of chronic disease that may develop over an extensive period of time during an individual’s life include all of the following BUT:
9. At what earliest stage of life do the authors suggest that “programming” occurs, which affects an individual’s risk of developing non-communicable diseases in adult life:
10. According to the article, research indicates that soy intake:
11. According to the “Healthy Handout”, signs of readiness for beginning solid foods in infants include all of the following, EXCEPT:
12. The handout article encourages finger foods that can be self-fed by babies, such as: