C

Caffeine intake, excessive, 269

Cancer, 175

Cardiorespiratory disorders, 190

Celiac disease, 192

Central nervous system disorders, 177

Child abuse or neglect, 319

Child of a mentally retarded parent, 323

Child of a young caregiver, 321

Children and/or infants, conditions specific to, 215

Chronic hypertension, 172

Chronic or recurrent infections, 183

Closely spaced pregnancies, 197

Conditions related to the intake of specific foods, 192

Conditions specific to infants and/or children, 215

Conditions specific to pregnancy, 195

Congenital and genetic disorders, 179

Congenital or birth defect, history of birth with, 207

Cow milk feeding during 1st 12 months, 261

Criteria related to nutrient deficiencies, 154

D

Deficiency diseases, nutrient, 159

Delivery, history of postterm, 206

Delivery, history of preterm, 204

Depression, maternal, 314

Diabetes mellitus, 169

Diabetes, gestational, 169

Diet, inadequate, 272

Dietary Guidelines, failure to meet, 253

Dietary Risk Criteria, 251

Diets, highly restrictive, 260

Diets, vegan, 259

Diets, vegetarian, 259

Disease, renal, 174

Diseases, nutrient deficiency, 159

Disorders, gastrointestinal, 166

Disorders, genetic and congenital, 179

Disorders, thyroid, 170

Drug and alcohol use, 226

Drug-nutrient interactions, 218

E

Early introduction of solid foods, 261

Eclampsia and preeclampsia, 213

Education or illiteracy, low level of maternal, 311

Essential nutrients, feeding other foods low in, 261

Excessive caffeine intake, 269

F

Failure to meet Dietary Guidelines, 253

Failure to thrive, 159

Feeding cow milk during 1st 12 months, 261

Feeding other foods low in essential nutrients, 261

Feeding, inappropriate infant, 261

Fetal growth restriction, 211

Food allergies, 192

Food insecurity, 279



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