41. Eating a balanced diet means consuming reasonable but not : 1400654.
41. Eating a balanced diet means consuming reasonable but not excessive amounts of foods and nutrients.
42. Undernutrition is a state of inadequate nutrition due to the diet not meeting nutrient and/or energy needs.
43. Nutrient-dense foods are low in fat and added sugar, and high in kilocalories.
44. Measuring portion sizes, using smaller plates, and utilizing portion-controlled containers are all appropriate methods for controlling portion sizes.
45. In terms of energy density, nuts are less energy dense than lean meats and legumes.
46. When there is insufficient data to establish an Estimated Average Requirement (EAR), the Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA) cannot be calculated.
47. The Food and Nutrition Board (FNB) will use Adequate Intake (AI) when there is insufficient evidence to calculate the RDA for a specific nutrient.
48. The Tolerable Upper Intake Level (UL) is the average amount of a nutrient that will most likely not cause any toxicity symptoms.
49. For infants, AIs are the only estimations for nutrients to evaluate dietary adequacy.
50. The Estimated Energy Requirement (EER) is calculated for age, gender, ethnicity, height, and weight.