Last Modified: 2011-06-17
-emotional, environmental, or peer influences ;Personal Preferences for flavors, Habits, Ethnic heritage or traditions, social interactions, availability/convenience/economy, positive negative associations, emotional, values, Body weight and image
Estimated Average Requirement
Recommended Dietary Allowances
Tolerable Upper Intake
tobacco use, diet and activity patterns and alcholos use
those that contain carbon
carbohydrates, fats, proteins, vitamins,
those that do not contain carbon
minerals and water
carbohydrates fat and protein
body needs them in large quantites
water vitamins and minerals
body needs smaller quantites of them
building body tissue
regulating body processes
apply to healthy ppl
can be adjusted by a registered dietitian
achieved by consuming a varity of foods
apply to average daily intakes
Each DRI category serves a unique purpose
Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO)
World Health Organization (WHO)
uses survey research to collect datat on foods people eat and people's health status
data collected is used for nutrition policy food assistance programs and food supply regulation
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