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Thirty years ago, Americans consumed twice as much iodine as they do today, but the average daily intake of 240 [micro]g is still above the reference daily intake (RDI) for iodine (150[micro]g), which is nearly one hundred times less than populations consuming non-Westernstyle diets.
Current regulation states that "high potency" may be used in a claim on the label to describe individual vitamins or minerals that are present at 100% or more of the Reference Daily Intakes (RDI) per serving.
The Daily Values include two sets of standards, the Reference Daily Intakes (RDIs) and the Daily Reference Values (DRVs).
The beverage provides 30% of the Reference Daily Intake (RDI) of calcium, vitamin D, vitamin A and vitamin C.
Nutritional assessment showed that roughly two-thirds of the house staff had a total vitamin D intake below the Reference Daily Intake of 400 IU/day.
The reference daily intake (the nomenclature that has replaced the familiar U.
Recommended Daily Allowances (RDAs) with Reference Daily Intakes (RDIs).
The line, with zero calories per serving, is available in three varieties: Refresh + Revive is a Kiwi Strawberry flavor beverage that has 10% of the reference daily intake (RDI) per serving of vitamins B3, B6 and B12; Cleanse + Restore is available in Pomegranate Blackberry flavor and contains 10% of the RDI per serving of vitamins E, B3, B6 and B12, plus 1 gram of fiber; and Defend + Protect has an Orange Tangerine flavor and provides 10% of the RDI per serving of vitamin E and zinc.