Daily dietary reference intake: Nutritional requirements recommended by the Institute of Medicine. DRI data by age, sex, height, weight and activity. vitamins, calories and other dietary needs for women, men, seniors, teens & children.

Nutritional Needs Input Form

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Directions: Simply fill in all fields on the form and click "CALCULATE" button below.

SEX: Men
Women

ACTIVITY:
Very Inactive (1.2-1.4)
Mildly Strenuous (1.4-1.6)
Fairly Strenuous (1.6-1.9)
Very Strenuous (2.0-2.4)
AGE:

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HEIGHT:

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WEIGHT: lbs.

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Recommended Dietary Intake chart and Daily Vitamin Needs

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These recommendations are based largely on suggestions by the Dietary Reference Intakes (DRI) Institute of medicine
Food and Nutrition Board, Institute of Medicine, National Academies

Institute of Medicine Food and Nutrition Board DRI tables
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Daily Nutritional Requirements

Chart for Vitamins and Mineral Needs Per Day

Use the form above to see your recommendations for the following nutrients:

Calorie Intake (Estimated Energy Requirements)

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Macronutrients Reference Intakes Per Day

Total Water Liters Carbohydrate grams Total Fiber grams Fat grams Protein grams
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Vitamin Intake Per Day and Tolerable Upper Limits

Vitamin A mcg Vitamin C mg Vitamin D mcg Vitamin E mg
Viamint K mcg Thiamin mg Riboflavin mg Niacin mg
Vitamin B6 mg Folate mcg Vitamin B12 mcg Pantothenic Acid mg
Biotin mcg Choline mg
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Element Intakes Per Day and Tolerable Upper Limits

Calcium mg Chromium mcg Copper mcg Fluoride mg
Iodine mcg Iron mg Magnesium mg Manganese mg
Molybdenum mcg Phosphorus mg Selenium mcg Zinc mg
Potassium g Sodium g Chloride g
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Four types of DRI reference values:

(1) EAR - Estimated Average Requirement (2) RDA - Recommended Dietary Allowance
(3) AI - Adequate Intake (4) UL - Tolerable Upper Intake Level

The recommendations have been developed by the Institute of Medicine and reprinted by permission from Dietary Reference Intakes: Applications in Dietary Assessment, 2000, by the National Academy of Sciences, Courtesy of the National Academies Press, Washington, D.C.



Nutrition Chart for Vitamins and Mineral Needs Per Day

Calorie Intake Suggestion (Estimated Energy Requirements)

kilo calories

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Macronutrients Reference Intakes Per Day

Total Water Liters Carbohydrate grams Total Fiber grams Fat grams Protein grams
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Vitamin Intake Per Day and Tolerable Upper Limits

Vitamin A mcg Vitamin C mg Vitamin D mcg Vitamin E mg
Viamint K mcg Thiamin mg Riboflavin mg Niacin mg
Vitamin B6 mg Folate mcg Vitamin B12 mcg Pantothenic Acid mg
Biotin mcg Choline mg
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Element Intakes Per Day and Tolerable Upper Limits

Calcium mg Chromium mcg Copper mcg Fluoride mg
Iodine mcg Iron mg Magnesium mg Manganese mg
Molybdenum mcg Phosphorus mg Selenium mcg Zinc mg
Potassium g Sodium g Chloride g
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Four types of
DRI reference values:


(1) EAR
Estimated Average Requirement

The average daily nutrient intake level estimated to meet the requirement of half the healthy individuals in a particular life stage and gender group.
(2) RDA
Recommended Dietary Allowance

The average daily dietary nutrient intake level sufficient to meet the nutrient requirement of nearly all (97 to 98 percent) healthy individuals in a particular life stage and gender group. See list of nutrients.
(3) AI
Adequate Intake

The recommended average daily intake level based on observed or experimentally determined approximations or estimates of nutrient intake by a group (or groups) of apparently healthy people that are assumed to be adequate-used when an RDA cannot be determined. See list of nutrients.
(4) UL
Tolerable Upper Intake Level

The highest average daily nutrient intake level that is likely to pose no risk of adverse health effects to almost all individuals in the general population. As intake increases above the UL, the potential risk of adverse effects may increase.

Macronutrients, Vitamins, Minerals and Calories

This daily nutrition requirements chart lists Calories, essential vitamins and mineral needs per day. We have developed this form to be a simple dietary intake calculator. A proper recommended data table includes personal dietary needs, BMI and weight values and goals for life.

The goals of this study is not only to prevent nutrient deficiencies, but also to reduce the risk of chronic diseases such as osteoporosis, cancer and cardiovascular disease.

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Further reading on DRI data

Medically recommended Dietary Reference Intakes (DRI) calculator for vitamins, minerals, calories, fat, fiber, protein, macronutrients and micronutients based on age, gender, height, weight and activity data. Nutrition facts table for women, men, seniors, teens and children.

Useful information for:

daily nutritional requirements
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nutrition for children, teens
nutrition for elderly, seniors
daily recommended calorie intake
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fruits and vegetables intake
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