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Optimizing Care for Patients with Food Insecurity

Quiz for CE Credit

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1. Food insecurity is defined as a household-level economic and social condition of limited or uncertain access to adequate food.

2. Food insecurity amount AI/AN regions varies substantially, with the Pacific region having the highest percent of food insecurity.

3. People living in food insecure households had more than twice the risk of developing diabetes event after accounting for differences in age, gender, race, physical activity, smoking, alcohol, and diet quality.

4. The following connect food insecurity and poor health:

5. Food insecurity is cyclic and episodic with an average of 7 episodes per year.

6. SNAP has shown the following impact(s) on health outcomes:

7. Diabetes is challenging condition to manage clinically in the context of food insecurity because food shortages are associated with hypoglycemia and food adequacy is associated with hyperglycemia.

8. The Food Is Medicine program is an integration of specific food and nutrition interventions that include:

9. The admissions for low blood sugar increase by 27% in the last week of the month for low-income populations.