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The subanalysis measuring a more liberal intake (0.6 g/kg/d versus higher protein intake, three studies) showed little effect on renal death whereas for the analysis of more reduced protein intakes (0.3 to 0.6 g/kg/d versus higher/free protein intake, 7 studies), the difference in renal deaths was strongly significant (P= 0.0009)
Using the survey responses, the researchers estimated the average national intakes of fruit and vegetables in each country, and combined this with each country's data on the causes of death and cardiovascular risk associated with a low intake of fruit and vegetables.
Salt intake for healthy people was targeted less than 8 g/day for men and less than 7 g/day for women in Dietary Reference Intakes for Japanese (2015) published by Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare.
The study provides an evaluation of this time course finding that higher intakes of B-vitamins from both food and supplemental sources may be associated with better cognitive performance in middle age, especially for psychosocial speed.
Dietary Reference Intakes. Washington DC: National Academy Press; 2002.
Southern and Eastern Asia had world's lowest average intakes -- often less than 400 mg a day -- while only Northern European countries registered intakes of greater than 1,000 mg a day.
"Our new results support these other studies that have questioned the wisdom of low dietary sodium intakes in the general population," said Moore.
Fruit and vegetable intakes of the study participants were low in all age groups.
The cooling performance of air-cooled condensers is evaluated in terms of airflow patterns, dispersion of discharge plumes surrounding the chillers, and the air temperature distribution at chiller air intakes. The extent of hot discharge plume recirculation into the air intakes and its effect on the chiller performance is estimated in terms of the rise in the average intake air temperatures.
Energy and nutrient intakes by pre-school children in Flanders-Belgium.
This study aimed to determine the nutrient intake status and factors associated with nutrient intakes of urban Chinese pregnant women now-a-day.
In addition, research showed that children with the highest intakes of sugar-sweetened drinks are more likely to be overweight or obese than children with a low intake of sugar-sweetened drinks.