The Dietary Reference Intakes (DRIs) are a set of nutrient recommendations that encompass a number of…
The Dietary Reference Intakes (DRIs) are a set of nutrient recommendations that encompass a number of different terms. match the nutrient recommendation and explanation to its corresponding DRI term.
A. Adult men are advised to consume 35 mcg/d of chromium. there is not enough research to make a more definitive recommendation, but this amount appears to maintain nutritional health.
B. The average energy intake for a male aged 9 to 13 years of age is estimated to be 2279 kcal per day.
C. Nonpregnanant females ages 14 to 18 years of age are advised to have 60mg of vitamin C per day. This amount meets the vitamin C need for -97% of this age and sex.
D. reducing sodium to under 2300 mg per day is associated with reducing cardiovascular disease risk.
E. One piece of whole wheat bread provides 3 grams of dietary fiber. this is -11% of the amount of daily fiber needed by a healthy adult.
F. Adults are advised to limit intake of synthetic folate to 1000mcg per day out of concern that higher amounts could mask symptoms of vitamin B-12 deficiency?