Describe how RDA, AI, and UL influence health? After reviewing your results on the Interactive DRI, how well are you meeting the RDAs suggested? What two changes can you make to improve?

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Describe how RDA, AI, and UL influence health? After reviewing your results on the Interactive DRI, how well are you meeting the RDAs suggested? What two changes can you make to improve?

 

Dietary Reference Intakes (DRI) 200 words

Complete the Interactive DRI on yourself. Go to http://fnic.nal.usda.gov/fnic/interactiveDRI/

Be prepared to answer the following questions:

  • What are the three components of the DRI?
  • Describe how RDA, AI, and UL influence health?
  • After reviewing your results on the Interactive DRI, how well are you meeting the RDAs suggested?
  • What two changes can you make to improve?

You Entered:FemaleAge:25 yrs

Height:5 ft. 2 in.

Weight:135 lbs.

Active Not Pregnant or LactatingResults:Body Mass Index (BMI) is 24.9Estimated Daily Caloric Needs: 2358 kcal/day • About BMIEach reference value refers to average daily nutrient intake; day-to-day nutrient intakes may vary.

MacronutrientRecommended Intake per dayCarbohydrate265 – 383 grams 1  Total Fiber25 gramsProtein49 gramsFat52 – 92 grams 2   Saturated fatty acidsAs low as possible while consuming a nutritionally adequate diet.   Trans fatty acidsAs low as possible while consuming a nutritionally adequate diet.   α-Linolenic Acid1.1 grams 3   Linoleic Acid12 grams 3   Dietary CholesterolAs low as possible while consuming a nutritionally adequate diet.Total Water*2.7 Liters (about 11 cups)*Total water includes all water contained in food, beverages, and drinking water.

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Each reference value refers to average daily nutrient intake; day-to-day nutrient intakes may vary.

VitaminRecommended Intake per dayTolerable UL Intake per dayVitamin A700 mcg3,000 mcg4Vitamin C75 mg2,000 mgVitamin D15 mcg100 mcgVitamin B61 mg100 mgVitamin E15 mg1,000 mg5Vitamin K90 mcgNDThiamin1 mgNDVitamin B122 mcgNDRiboflavin1 mgNDFolate400 mcg1,000 mcg6Niacin14 mg35 mg7Choline425 mg3,500 mgPantothenic Acid5 mgNDBiotin30 mcgNDCarotenoidsNAND8Click individual vitamin for fact sheet.

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Each reference value refers to average daily nutrient intake; day-to-day nutrient intakes may vary.

MineralRecommended Intake per dayTolerable UL Intake per dayEssentialCalcium1,000 mg2,500 mgChloride2.3 g3.6 gChromium25 mcgNDCopper900 mcg10,000 mcgFluoride3 mg10 mgIodine150 mcg1,100 mcgIron18 mg45 mgMagnesium310 mg350 mg 9Manganese1.8 mg11 mgMolybdenum45 mcg2,000 mcgPhosphorus700 mg4,000 mgPotassium4.7 gNDSelenium55 mcg400 mcgSodium1.5 g2.3 gZinc8 mg40 mgNon-EssentialArsenicNAND 10BoronNA20 mgNickelNA1 mgSiliconNAND 11SulfateNANDVanadiumNA1.8 mg 12Click individual mineral for fact sheet.

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