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Daily Nutrient Values Based On Average Needs Recommended By IoM

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Nutrition information presented as percent daily value on food and dietary supplement labels should be based on a population-weighted estimated average requirement (EAR) where available, according to the Institute of Medicine Food & Nutrition Board

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