Latest Dietary Reference Intake Stories

2010-12-01 00:28:36

The Archives of Internal Medicine reported that more than 75 percent of Americans have insufficient levels of vitamin D. Today, the Institute of Medicine released new guidelines for the recommended daily intake of vitamin D.

2010-11-30 16:46:00

New Dietary Reference Intakes for Vitamin D mark significant progress but individuals' unique needs may call for more NORTHRIDGE, Calif., Nov.

2010-11-30 14:03:00

Vitamin D and calcium have been the focus of much research since the Institute of Medicine set nutritional reference values for them in 1997.

2010-11-30 08:21:00

- Increased DRI, Step In Right Direction Still Falls Short, CRN Says - WASHINGTON, Nov.

2010-11-29 23:02:00

MADISON, N.J., Nov. 30, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- On the heels of the Institute of Medicine increasing the daily recommended intake of vitamin D to maintain bone health, Americans may be left wondering how to meet the new guidelines.

2010-11-29 23:01:00

WASHINGTON, Nov. 30, 2010 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The majority of Americans and Canadians are getting enough vitamin D and calcium to meet their needs, says a new report from the Institute of Medicine.

2010-11-04 09:00:00

CENTENNIAL, Colo., Nov. 4, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- As you turn your clocks back to mark the end of Daylight Savings, take a few of those extra minutes to add a healthy, protein-packed breakfast to your morning routine.

2010-10-22 08:30:00

NEW YORK, Oct. 22 /PRNewswire/ -- Nestle Prepared Foods Company today announced a comprehensive plan to decrease the sodium content in its products by another 10 percent from reductions made earlier this decade.

2010-08-10 12:49:26

Anthony Norman, a leading international expert in vitamin D, proposes worldwide policy changes regarding people's vitamin D daily intake amount in order to maximize the vitamin's contribution to reducing the frequency of many diseases, including childhood rickets, adult osteomalacia, cancer, autoimmune type-1 diabetes, hypertension, cardiovascular disease, obesity and muscle weakness.

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