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Nutrition Policy

 
 
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Disease relevance of Nutrition Policy

 

High impact information on Nutrition Policy

  • METHODS: To test this hypothesis, we assessed the effects of breakfast cereals fortified with three levels of folic acid, and also containing the recommended dietary allowances of vitamins B6 and B12, in a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, crossover trial in 75 men and women with coronary artery disease [6].
  • Representational difference analysis (RDA) cloning has identified transcriptional intermediary factor 1 beta (TIF1beta) as a gene inducibly expressed early during myeloid differentiation of the promyelocytic cell lines HL-60 and U937 [7].
  • Recommendations for vitamin C intake are under revision by the Food and Nutrition Board of the National Academy of Sciences. Since 1989 when the last recommended dietary allowance (RDA) of 60 mg was published, extensive biochemical, molecular, epidemiologic, and clinical data have become available [8].
  • CONCLUSIONS--Increasing daily calcium intake from 80% of the recommended daily allowance to 110% via supplementation with calcium citrate malate resulted in significant increases in total body and spinal bone density in adolescent girls [9].
  • The basal diet, a standard commercial mouse chow, contains more vitamin A than the National Research Council's recommended dietary allowance for normal rodents and supports normal growth, reproduction, and longevity of normal mice [10].
 

Chemical compound and disease context of Nutrition Policy

 

Biological context of Nutrition Policy

 

Anatomical context of Nutrition Policy

 

Associations of Nutrition Policy with chemical compounds

  • Based on an EAR of 100 mg/d of vitamin C, the RDA is proposed to be 120 mg/d. If the EAR cannot be determined, an adequate intake (AI) amount is recommended instead of an RDA [8].
  • A recent study shows that a significant proportion of the population is consuming less than 66% of the recommended dietary allowance for calcium, iron, magnesium, and vitamin B6 [25].
  • Based on these data and Institute of Medicine criteria, the current RDA of 60 mg daily should be increased to 200 mg daily, which can be obtained from fruits and vegetables [16].
  • Women taking estrogen replacement should be provided the RDA for calcium of 800 mg/day at a minimum [26].
  • In both sexes, increasing retinol became negatively associated with skeletal health at intakes not far beyond the recommended daily allowance (RDA), intakes reached predominately by supplement users [27].
 

Gene context of Nutrition Policy

  • In an attempt to gain insight into the molecular mechanisms involved in interleukin-9 (IL-9) activities, representational difference analysis (RDA) was used to identify messages that are induced by IL-9 in a murine T-helper-cell clone [28].
  • Genes up regulated by EWS/FLI1 but not by full-length FLI1 were identified by representational difference analysis (RDA) [29].
  • Furthermore, using cDNA representational difference analysis (RDA), we show that these cellular effects are associated with marked induction of the gene NDRG1, which was previously identified as a target of transcriptional repression by N-myc and induction by the tumor suppressor protein p53 [30].
  • The objectives of this study were to investigate the effect of the MTHFR 677 T allele on folate status variables in Mexican women (n = 43; 18-45 y) and to assess the adequacy of the 1998 folate U.S. Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA), 400 micro g/d as dietary folate equivalents (DFE) [31].
  • Six percent of 595 cDNAs isolated by cDNA RDA were mec-3-dependent [32].
 

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Nutrition Policy

  • Daily for 14 d, elemental zinc (20 mg) and multivitamins (vitamins A and D, thiamine, riboflavin, and nicotinamide) plus calcium were given at twice the US recommended dietary allowance to the zinc group (n=28), and multivitamins plus calcium were given to the control group (n=28) [33].
  • To determine whether this new RDA for smokers is sufficient to reduce the risk of low serum ascorbic acid (AA) concentrations (LoC) to the same concentration as nonsmokers, we analyzed the dietary intakes and serum concentrations of AA in 11,582 adult respondents in the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (1976-1980) [34].
  • We report a diet that provides a stable intake of vitamin K1 equivalent to the current U.S. Recommended Dietary Allowance, using food composition data derived from high-performance liquid chromatography [35].
  • To explore the molecular basis of the tumor suppressor activity of the Sai1 region, we analyzed the RNO5q23-q36 region with several genes and microsatellite markers that could be assigned to the region, as well as with new markers derived by representational difference analysis (RDA) or by microdissection [36].
  • To identify differentially expressed genes in c-Myc transgenic mouse liver, we compared the virtues of probing commercially available cDNA arrays with either radiolabeled cDNA pools or radiolabeled difference products (DP2) derived from RDA using c-Myc transgenic and normal mouse liver [37].

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