Acronyms, Abbreviations, and Glossary
Biographical Sketches of Committee Members
Critical Issues for Consideration by the Committee on Nutrition Standards for National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs, as Submitted by the U.S. Department of Agriculture
January 2009 Workshop Agenda and Summary of Public Comments
Standards for the Current Food- and Nutrient-Based Menu Planning Approaches
Data Used to Calculate Estimated Energy Requirements
Data Tables Containing Examples of New SNDA-III Analyses
Uses of MyPyramid Food Groups and the MyPyramid Spreadsheet
Dietary Intake Data and Calculation of the Target Median Intake for Iron
Target Median Intake (TMI) Tables
Use of the School Meals Menu Analysis Program
Evidence Considered Related to the Definition for Whole Grain-Rich Foods
Comparison of Recommended Nutrient Targets to Various Nutrition Standards for School-Aged Children
Comparison of Dietary Guidelines for Americans with Recommended Meal Requirements
Regulations Related to the Sodium Content of Foods Labeled “Healthy”
Appendixes C through Q are not printed in this book, but can be found on the CD at the back of the book or online at http://www.nap.edu.
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