The BPA exposures for all of the infants in this study are short-term, limited to the time when life-saving medical treatment is necessary, and well below government-set safe intake limits for BPA, which are conservatively set.
What does SI stand for?
SI stands for Safe Intake
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We have 92 other meanings of SI in our Acronym Attic
- Seismic Hazard Zone
- Short Horn Zebu (cattle)
- Sindikat Hrvatskih Zeljeznicara (Croatian: Croatian Union of Railwaymen)
- Spanish Home Zone (Spain)
- Stiftung Homoeopathie Zertifikat (German: Homeopathy Foundation Certificate)
- Stichting Historische Zweefvliegtuigen Venlo (Dutch aviation club)
- International System of Units (metric system; more commonly seen as ISU)
- Normalized Subthreshold Swing
- Sacroiliac Joint
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Science and Technology Committee has asserted that current advice on "regular" safe intake is confusing, and misguides people to believe that enjoying a few pints of beer or glasses of wine every day will not harm health.
According to the Institute of Medicine, 100 milligrams per day of B6 is the upper threshold of a safe intake level.
To make it more confusion, the World Health Organization (WHO; 2003) revised its recommendation for safe intake levels for mercury in food to 1.
The safe intake is the amount judged to be enough for almost everyone, but below a level that could have undesirable effects.
Also contains nearly half the recommended safe intake of salt.
Farmed salmon contain so many poisons that research from the University of Albany published in Science magazine this month calculates the maximum safe intake is no more than one portion every four months.
The new standards, to be known as dietary reference intakes, will consist of three numbers: the redefined RDA, an estimated average requirement, and an upper limit for safe intake.