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Chapter 4 Vocabulary

Chapter 4: Food and Nutrition

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Dietary Reference Intakes (DRls) Is a set of nutrient reference values
Recommended Dietary Allowances A planning tool that has been published since 1943. RDAs are suggested levels of nutrient intake to meet the needs of most healthy people.
Estimated Average Requirement (EAR) A nutrient recommendation estimated to meet the need of half the healthy people in a group.
Adequate Intake (Al) Another type of value set for nutrients. This value is determined for nutrients for which research is inconclusive.
Upper Tolerable Intake Level (UL) Is the fourth reference standard. It represents the maximum level at which a nutrient is unlikely to cause a poisonous reaction.
Dietary Guidelines for Americans A set of seven recommendations developed by the United States Departments of Agriculture and Health and Human Services to help healthy people over age two know what to eat to stay healthy.
Food Guide Pyramids Is a visual tool used to help people plan healthful diets according to the Dietary Guidelines for Americans. It divides foods into five main groups. It also recommends a range od daily serving people should eat from each group.
Serving Sizes Is the amount of a food item customarily eaten at one time
Daily Values Are recommended nutrient intakes based on daily calorie needs.
Nutrient density Is a comparison of the nutrients provided by a food with the calories provided by the food.
Food diary Is a record of the kinds and amounts of foods and beverages.
Created by: ginaa