Metal intake guidelines Al Cd Cr (b) PHG (d) ([micro]g/L) 600 0.04 0.02 NOAEL/LOAEL 125 mg/day 19 [micro]g/day 0.5/mg/kg-day UF 100 50 NA ADI ([micro]g/day) 1,250 0.38 0.1 Metal intake guidelines Cu Mn (c) Ni PHG (d) ([micro]g/L) 300 0.09 12 NOAEL/LOAEL 426 [micro]g/kg-day NA 1.12 mg/kg-day UF 3 NA 1,000 ADI ([micro]g/day) 7,100 1.8 56 Metal intake guidelines Pb PHG (d) ([micro]g/L) 0.2 NOAEL/LOAEL 2.86 [micro]g/day UF 3 ADI ([micro]g/day) 0.95 Abbreviations: ADI, acceptable daily intake
; NA, not applicable; PHGs, public health goals; UF, uncertainty factor.
A review of the acceptable daily intakes
of pesticides assessed by the World Health Organization.
Among children aged 2-to-5, average consumption of aspartame is three percent of the acceptable daily intake
. The most frequent consumers of aspartame among children have been found to consume from 4-to-16 percent of the ADI.
So the evidence to date suggests artificial sweeteners are safe for diabetics when consumed within the acceptable daily intake
But they recommended new studies be carried out to fill data gaps on possible effects on the reproductive system, which could enable them to set an Acceptable Daily Intake
Both JECFA and SCF established an Acceptable Daily Intake
(ADI) of 40 mg/kg body weight (bw)/day.
Dosages remain within the acceptable daily intake
(ADI) levels, enhancing appeal to increasingly health-conscious consumers.
The publication of three recent studies partly explains the decision by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) to postpone its final opinion on whether the artificial sweetener aspartame is safe for consumption.aThis unanticipated announcement means that the publication of the agency's final opinion - which was expected to merely confirm the acceptable daily intake
(ADI), currently set at 40 milligrams per kilo of body weight - will now be pushed back to November.
Lead was detected in 24 products, but at a concentration that was generally lower than the acceptable daily intake
The preliminary conclusions by the ANS panel are unequivocal: there is no need to revise the acceptable daily intake
This limit, experts say, is unscientific because internationally approved Acceptable Daily Intake
of food colours varies from 0.1 to 25 mg per kg body weight per day.
This is approximately 2 times the acceptable daily intake
established by the World Health Organization and the European Commission.