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  1. Recommendation for dietary cholesterol
    (<300 mg/d)
  2. Recommendation for sodium
    (<2300 mg/d)
  3. National Research Council AMDR recommendations for fat; carbohydrate; and protein
    fat (20-35%); carbohydrate (45-65%) and protein (10-35%)
  4. 1 Cal =
    4.2 kJ = 1 kcal
  5. A rough estimate for BMR
    (1 kcal/hr/kg; e.g.; 50 kcal/h for a 50 kg person) Another version often used in the hospital = 25 kcal/kg/24h.
  6. RQ values for burning fat; CHO.
    100% fat (0.7); 100% CHO (1.0); significance of RQ > 1 (excess calories - fat synthesis); RQ<0.7 indicates ketogenesis.
  7. _; _; _; _ kcal/g for fat CHO; protein and alcohol
    9; 4; 4 kcal/g for fat; CHO; and protein and 7 kcal/g for ethanol
  8. _______kcal/lb of body weight (for weight loss)
    3500 kcal/lb of body weight (for weight loss)
  9. Approximate PARs for light; moderate; and heavy exercise.
    light (1-2); moderate (2-4); and heavy (4-15) exercise
  10. Thermic effect as % of calories ingested
    -10%
  11. Approximate injury factors for trauma sepsis and burns.
    trauma; sepsis; and burns (1.4; 1.6; 2.1)
  12. Know the interpretation of percent of transferrin saturation
    (<25% = iron deficient; 25-50% = normal; >50% = hemochromatosis).
  13. Folate supplement recommended for all females who might get pregnant
    - 400 mcg.
  14. The RDA for carbohydrate
    (130g/d)
  15. The recommendation for fiber
    (20-35 g/d)
  16. Recommendation: __% of�total fat�as MUFA; <__% of�total calories�as saturated fats; if possible; but no more than ____% of total calories.
    50% of�total fat�as MUFA; <7% of�total calories�as saturated fats; if possible; but no more than 8-10% of total calories.
  17. Recommended protein for healthy adults (______); effect of illness on protein requirements (e.g.; up to _____ for burn patients)
    Recommended protein for healthy adults (0.8 g/kg/d); effect of illness on protein requirements (e.g.; up to 2 g/kg/d for burn patients)
  18. % of protein as nitrogen
    -16%
  19. Nitrogen balance equation
    ( = intake (g/24h) - UUN (g/24h) - 4 g); this version applies when urinary�urea�nitrogen is the measured quantity.
  20. Normal albumin serum levels
    (3.5-5.5 g/dL)
  21. BMI values
    (normal = 18.5-24.9; overweight; 25-29.9; obese = 30-39.9; severely obese = 40 or higher)�[Note: some sources use 27 as the upper limit for normal BMI for some groups.]
  22. normal fasting blood glucose level =
    70-110 mg/dL
  23. Also; know how to convert between units:�mM <=> mg/dL
    5 mM = 5 x 20 -10% = 100-10 = 90 mg/dL.
  24. A common criterion for malnutrition:
    an�unintentional�weight loss of >10% in 6 months.

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