2, was based on the Canadian Nutrient File (CNF) version 2001b, (19) which itself was primarily derived from the USDA Nutrient Database for Standard Reference, Release 13.
What does CNF stand for?
CNF stands for Canadian Nutrient File
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- Catholic Near East Welfare Association
- Consolidated Electronic Warfare
- Centre National Pour l'Exploitation des Oceans (France)
- Belo Horizonte /Belo Horizon, Minas Gerais, Brazil Aeropuerto Internacional Tancredo Neves (Airport Code)
- California Nigerian Forum
- California Nurses Foundation (Oakland, California)
- Cámara Nacional Forestal
- Canadian Nature Federation
- Canadian Neutron Facility (proposed replacement reactor for the NRU research reactor in Chalk River Ontario)
- Canadian Nurses Foundation
- Carbon Nanofiber (composite)
- Carbon Neutral Fuel (energy)
- Central Neutralization Facility
- Cercle Nautique de France
- Certificat de Nationalité Française (French: Certificate of French Nationality)
- Championnat National Français (French: French National Championships; gaming)
- Child Neurology Foundation
- Chin National Front (Burma)
- Chippewa National Forest (Minnesota)
- Chomsky Normal Form (formal language theory)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Previous reports had combined the Canadian Nutrient File (CNF) food composition data with CCHS 2.
To modify the nutrient analysis for Canada, vitamin D values of all relevant foods in the BDDS FFQ database were compared to corresponding foods in the Canadian Nutrient File (CNF), Canada's standard reference database.