notes-7-standards-guidelines-food-labels

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6/13/10 1 Learning goals Understand the “what” and “why” of North American nutrition recommendations Know how to read and interpret food labels Know the positives and negatives of the Food Guide Pyramid Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA) Average daily intake required to meet the needs of _____ of population Specific __________ categories Specific _________ markers
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6/13/10 2 Adequate Intake (AI) Recommended intakes based on _________ Used when there is not enough information to determine an RDA Expected to _________ RDA Tolerable Upper Intake Level (UL) _________ level of daily intake without causing adverse health effects _________ Okay to over consume once in a while Acceptable Macronutrient Distribution Range
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Unformatted text preview: Acceptable Macronutrient Distribution Range AMDRs 6/13/10 3 Food Guide Pyramid •Goals _________ the science into practical terms Help people meet their _________ needs Food guide pyramid •Positives Encourages _________ Emphasizes _________ More complex CHO, less sugar/fat •Negatives Lack of _________ Heavy _________ in±uence CONTENT REVIEW •What is the RDA? AI? UL? AMDR? •Which guidelines take age and gender into consideration? •What is the Daily Value (DV)? •What DV percentages are considered “high” and “low”? •How is the ingredient label organized? •What are some positive and negative aspects of the food guide pyramid?...
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