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Synonyms for dietary

a regulated daily food allowance

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of or relating to the diet

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In this regard, efforts to ensure the quality of dietary supplements in the food sup ply can only be fully realized by requiring manufacturers and suppliers (collectively, "dietary ingredient suppliers") of dietary ingredients--the building blocks of any finished dietary supplement--to 1) adhere to the Part 111 standards of quality that help ensure authentic and safe finished dietary supplement products and 2) ensure the products they produce are not adulterated in violation of Section 402 of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FDCA) and meet the requirements of Section 403 of the FDCA.
In the current study investigators have taken a closer look at possible sex, age, racial/ethnic, and socioeconomic disparities in dietary fiber consumption, as well as examined the association between dietary fiber intake and various cardiometabolic risk factors.
Recommendation: To enhance FDA's oversight of dietary supplements and foods with added dietary ingredients, and to improve the information available to FDA for identifying safety concerns and better enable FDA to meet its responsibility to protect the public health, the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services should direct the Commissioner of FDA to request authority to require dietary supplement companies to (1) identify themselves as a dietary supplement company as part of the existing registration requirements and update this information annually, (2) provide a list of all dietary supplement products they sell and a copy of the labels and update this information annually, and (3) report all adverse events related to dietary supplements.
It's imperative, therefore, that the food-service department be run by someone who has the nutrition knowledge required to modify menus based on the Department of Health and Human Services and United States Department of Agriculture's Dietary Guidelines for Americans 2005, which tackle cardiac wellness, hypertension, nutrient density, fiber intake, nutrient status of aging Americans, adequate calcium intake to help prevent bone fractures, etc.
It is estimated that roughly half of the money spent by Americans on healthcare is invested in non-medical dietary supplements.
In an ideal world, the Dietary Guidelines would clearly state that vegetarian diets have significant health benefits, but that didn't happen in this edition.
And unlike regulated pharmaceuticals, the active ingredients for botanical medicines and dietary supplements are not well-characterized or in some cases even known.
Under its new approach, the FDA could allow the label for the food or the dietary supplement to indicate that the weight of the scientific evidence supports the claim, but some evidence does not support the claim.
For the past few years the sports world has seen a flurry of interest in dietary supplements, from Ephedra scares to baseball players bulking up.
Dietary supplements are not standardized, so there is no assurance of product potency (strength) or purity.
The above hiccup probably happens every day in every camp kitchen around the country, with more and more groups and individuals making personal or doctor-advised dietary changes.
With some private insurance companies not covering dietary services, individuals often pay the entire cost.
Dietary professionals need to look for systems that not only foster independence by offering choice, but also increase service.
With mounting evidence that consumers want greater access to information about vitamins, minerals, herbs, and specialty supplements, the dietary supplement industry has launched a far-reaching public education campaign to focus on the health benefits, safety, and regulation of these products.