The RDA for lipids is expressed as part of the overall dietary RDA for KCals. Lipids are not broken out as an individual source on a daily basis. The daily KCal requirement ta…kes into accout age, gender, climate and level of activity among other things. (MORE)
RDA stands for "recommended daily amount" also seen on some food packaging with regard to the vitamins the food inside contains. May be written as One 50 gram portion contains… 60% of your recommended daily amount of say Vitamin B or C or in some cases, salt or fat. Hope this helps. (MORE)
In the UK, the Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) of Salt is 6 grams for an adult, 1 gram for a baby under 12 months old and between 2-6 grams of salt for a child up until thei…r 11th birthday. In the US, the RDA is 2.3 g of sodium, or 5.75 g of salt, since to calculate the amount of salt from sodium you should multiply by 2.5. 2400 mg (MORE)
The most important consideration is to get reasonably close to one seventh as much copper as zinc in the diet. Those two interfere with each other. I had a well liked relative… die recently who was on blood thinners when she started to bleed from a brain blood vessel. She had been taking large zinc supplements but no copper, and copper is essential for strong arteries. The reverse is not good either. I suspect that a zinc deficiency can cause a swollen prostate. You may see a discussion of copper nutrition that also has some zinc information in the first URL. You may see a copper and zinc food content table in the second URL expressed as weight per calorie, the most useful way. Both URL-links added as 'Related links' Added: RDA = daily dietary intake level Upper limit = UL = Tolerable upper intake levels .
Copper: RDA 900 Âµg = 0.900 mg (UL: 10 mg) .
Zinc : RDA 11 mg (UL: 40 mg) (MORE)
Yes it does! Yes, protein has a recommended daily allowance. Protein is a very important factor for all living creatures - not just humans - but animals as well. The RDA for …protein greatly differs depending on the weight of a person. As a general rule, you should take in 0.8 grams of protein per 1 kilogram of your weight. A rough guide for the recommended daily allowance of protein would be 9.1 - 13.5 grams for infants (0 - 12 months), 13 to 19 grams for children 1 to 8 years old. Older children will need around 34 to 35 grams protein per day, while male adults will need as much as 52 to 56 grams. Female adults need lesser at only 46 grams per day. Pregnant and lactating women need more protein, since they are eating for two. They will need as much as 71 grams per day of protein. Remember that animal products are the easiest and best sources of protein. You can get protein from lean meat, egg, fish and poultry. Vegetarians can also get their recommended daily allowance for protein from plant food items like beans, peas and nuts. (MORE)