AMDR


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AMDR

Abbreviation for acceptable macronutrient distribution range.
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Abbreviations AA: Amino acid AA-MF: Amino acid medical foods AI: Adequate intake AMDR: Acceptable macronutrient distribution ranges BMD: Bone mineral density BMI: Body mass index DGA: Dietary Guidelines for Americans DHA: Docosahexaenoic acid DRI: Dietary Reference Intake EAR: Estimated average requirements EPA: Eicosapentaenoic acid GMP-MF: Glycomacropeptide medical foods MF: Medical foods MLPF: Modified low-protein food MMA: Methylmalonic acid PAH: Phenylalanine hydroxylase PE: Protein equivalent RD: Registered dietitian UL: Tolerable upper intake level.
These keywords used in this study were chosen based on literature review pertaining to AMDR from all aspects including molecular biology and genetics.
The AMDR market is estimated to be valued at USD 8.79 billion in 2016 and is projected to reach USD 12.52 billion by 2021, at a CAGR of 7.34% from 2016 to 2021.
With increased demand for defense surveillance over porous and attack-prone borders, greater spending on defense sector by developing countries, and rise in terrorism and ongoing inter-country conflicts, the market for AMDRs is expanding subsequently.
De acordo com a Tabela 5, em ambos os sexos, o consumo de carboidratos encontrou-se abaixo da recomendacao diaria da AMDR (55-75%).
Odds ratios were used to determine the relative impact of the independent variables age, sex, education, language, and TF intake on whether or not study participants consumed TF, met the AMDR, reported less than 10% dietary energy from saturated fat, and reported less than 13% dietary energy from sugar-sweetened beverages (the cutoff was placed at 13% following a recent policy statement by the American Public Health Association) [23].
Neither the US Navy nor Raytheon have published any performance statistics for the radar, although the AMDR will provide greater detection ranges and increased discrimination accuracy compared to the Lockheed Martin AN/SPY-1D(V) radar onboard today's 'Arleigh Burke' class destroyers.
In the present study, the percentage of energy obtained from macronutrient sources was in agreement with the AMDR. This is similar to the results found in some other studies.
3304, like the House-passed and Senate committee versions of the NDAA, authorizes $240.1 million, as requested, to continue developing the new AMDR radar, However, in its report on H.R.
The guidelines also establish ranges (called acceptable macronutrient distribution ranges or AMDR) for fat, carbohydrates and protein, instead of exact percentages of calories or numbers of grams.
Regarding macronutrients, the vast majority of both groups consumed above or within AMDR recommendations for fat, carbohydrates and protein which was in concordance with results from the National Sample.
At baseline, participants on average consumed slightly above the recommended macronutrient distribution range (AMDR) of 2035% of calories from fat as recommended by the Institute of Medicine [13].