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Nutrient Standards and Guidelines Page 325 and Chapter 2 February 1, 2012
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Obesity Trends* Among U.S. Adults: BRFSS, 1988 Source: Centers for Disease Control (*BMI > 30)
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Obesity Trends* Among U.S. Adults: BRFSS, 1994 Source: Centers for Disease Control (*BMI > 30)
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Obesity Trends Among* U.S. Adults: BRFSS, 2000 Source: Centers for Disease Control (*BMI > 30)
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Obesity Trends Among* U.S. Adults: BRFSS, 2003 (*BMI > 30) Source: Centers for Disease Control
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Dietary Reference Intakes (DRIs) Dietary Guidelines for Americans MyPlate -- based on Dietary Guidelines to help consumers make better food choices. Tools for Diet Evaluation What nutrients/bioactive food components are covered? Who are covered?
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Dietary Reference Intakes Dietary Reference Intakes (DRI) An umbrella term for RDA, AI, UL and EAR. Recommended intakes of specific nutrients to prevent deficiency and chronic disease Focus on two DRI values: RDA or AI and UL .
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Estimated Average Requirement (EAR) - The amount that meets the optimal nutrient needs of half the individuals in a specific group. (For health professionals to develop RDA's and plan diets for groups of individuals)
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To set the RDA For a nutrient: Estimate the average need for a group. To cover nearly all in that group (97-98%). For energy (Estimated Energy Requirement, EER): Set at the average amount needed by a group.
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Macronutrient Breakdown of Diet Total fat 20-35% of kcal Less than 10% saturated fat Less than 300 mg cholesterol CHO 45-65% of kcal Protein 10-35% of kcal
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