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YOUNG WOMEN
IRON DEFICIENCY ANEMIA
B12 DEFICIENCY
VITAMIN B12 DEFICIENCY
RECOMMENDED DAILY ALLOWANCE
NUTRIENTS
NIACIN
WOMEN
AFRICAN AMERICAN WOMEN
VITAMIN
RDA
RECOMMENDED DIETARY ALLOWANCE
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Definitions

  1. The recommended dietary allowance (RDA) is 1,000 micrograms for pregnant women.

Young Women

  1. By using Food and Nutrition Board guidelines, the data indicate that the Recommended Dietary Allowance for young women should be increased to 90 mg daily.

Iron Deficiency Anemia

  1. You may be able to prevent iron deficiency anemia by following the recommended dietary allowance for iron.

B12 Deficiency

  1. These doses cover the full range from recommended dietary allowance in the Netherlands to the normal dose used in injections for B12 deficiency.

Vitamin B12 Deficiency

  1. The authors conclude that the lowest dose needed to normalize vitamin B12 deficiency is more than 200 times higher than the recommended dietary allowance.

Recommended Daily Allowance

  1. Although the abbreviation stands for the Recommended Dietary Allowance, although many refer to it as the Recommended Daily Allowance.

Nutrients

  1. RDA - Recommended Dietary Allowance of vitamins and other nutrients.

Niacin

  1. The recommended dietary allowance for niacin is 6.6 niacin equivalents per 1000 kcal.

Women

  1. The recently released Recommended Dietary Allowance of vitamin C for women, 75 mg daily, was based on data for men.

African American Women

  1. African American women consume 50 percent less calcium than the Recommended Dietary Allowance.

Vitamin

  1. Deficiency in this vitamin is not well characterized in humans and no RDA (recommended dietary allowance) has been established.
  2. Vitamin B 6 deficiency can be prevented or treated with consumption of the recommended dietary allowance, as supplied by food or by vitamin supplements.

Rda

  1. The recommended dietary allowance for adults, called RDA, for vitamin B12 is 2 micrograms (mcg) per day.
  2. The recommended dietary allowance (RDA) for folic acid prior to conception is 400 mcg, and during and during pregnancy it is 600 mcg.

Recommended Dietary Allowance

  1. The Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA) for calcium is 1,000 milligrams (mg) for men younger than 65 and 1,500 mg a day for men older than 65.
  2. The recommended dietary allowance (RDA) for vitamin C in nonsmoking adults is 75 mg per day for women and 90 mg per day for men.

Categories

  1. Rda
  2. Men Older
  3. Humans > Medicine > Drugs > Vitamin
  4. African American Women
  5. B12 Deficiency
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