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estimated daily intake



The presumed daily exposure to or consumption of an nutrient or chemical residue.
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The estimated daily intakes (EDIs) of the tested metals through the consumption of the Baladi chicken were found to be lower than their respective reference oral doses (RfD) set by USEPA.
Thus, health risk assessment for the examined metals in the shellfish was performed via comparison of the metal content in the offal with national and international maximum permissible limits (MPL), estimating estimated daily intake (EDI), hazard index (HI) and hazard ratio (HR).
The findings of this study investigated the presence of lead and zinc in the infant formulas and their estimated daily intakes were less than their respective safety limits.
where EDI is the estimated daily intake of a metal via consumption of specific route, EFr is exposure frequency (365 days/year), EDtot is the exposure duration of 58.65 years (lifetime average for Ugandans), and AT is the period of exposure for noncarcinogenic effects (EFr x EDtot) and 70-year lifetime for carcinogenic effects (i.e., 70 years x 365 days/year) in line with international health projections for Uganda [31].
TABLE 4: Estimated daily intake (EDI; mg/kg BW/day) for nitrite and nitrate ions, and margin of exposure based on nitrosodiethylamine (NDEA) and nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA) for nitrite and nitrate in processed meat products commercialized in Riyadh, KSA.
"Her estimated daily intake is 2,260 kcal and her estimated daily exercise is 435 kcal.
This amount of I is very close to 13.8 mg, the estimated daily intake of I in Japanese subjects living in Japan, based on seaweed consumption.
Median estimated daily intake of caffeine was 240 mg per person per day (range 0-390 rag).
The data for estimated daily intake of heavy metals through milk showed that infants are most prone towards heavy metal toxicity due to the higher rate of milk consumption.
Estimated daily intake (EDI) of trace element was determined and compared with recommended dietary allowances (RDA) following procedures described by Brzezicha-Cirocka et al.
Risk Assessment: The risk to human health as a result of eating these species was evaluated by calculating Estimated Daily Intake (EDI) was estimated using the following equation (Onsanit, et al., 2010)

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