By Shaun Gallagher
Outstanding facts and loopy connections—from the number-crunching genius at the back of a well-liked weblog. in accordance with findings on Correlated.org, this stunning and extremely humorous ebook provides bizarre-but-true correlations among likely unrelated things.
Based on day-by-day polls and statistical research, Gallagher reveals:
• those that favor omit Piggy to Kermit the Frog are greater than two times as most likely than normal to have tattoos
• individuals with physique piercings are two times as most likely because the regular individual to have deployed a hearth extinguisher
• individuals with bumper stickers on their motor vehicle are much more likely than general to have sq. danced
You'll by no means examine ballot effects or clinical sound bites a similar manner back!
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S. or Canadian diet and the specific foods that are rich in the nutrient. S. data on both are provided in this report. HOW TO MEET RECOMMENDED DIETARY ALLOWANCES OR ADEQUATE INTAKES A primary question that must be answered is How can individuals consume the Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA) or Adequate Intake (AI) if surveys indicate that typical diets contain lower amounts? This becomes a policy issue with regard to choosing methods to increase consumption of that nutrient in order to decrease the number of individuals at risk because of inadequate dietary intakes.
As intake increases above the UL, the risk of adverse effects increases. The term tolerable intake was chosen to avoid implying a possible beneficial effect. Instead, the term is intended to connote a level of intake that can, with high probability, be tolerated biologically. The UL is not intended to be a recommended level of intake. There is no established benefit for healthy individuals if they consume nutrient intakes above the RDA or AI. ULs are useful because of the increased interest in and availability of fortified foods and the increased use of dietary supplements.
The UL applies to chronic daily use. Details are given for each nutrient. For some nutrients, data may not be sufficient for deriving a UL. This indicates the need for caution in consuming amounts greater than the recommended intakes; it does not mean that high intakes pose no risk of adverse effects. Determination of Adequacy In the derivation of the EAR or AI, close attention has been paid to the determination of the most appropriate indicators of adequacy. A key question is, Adequate for what?
Correlated: Surprising Connections Between Seemingly Unrelated Things by Shaun Gallagher