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Dietary reference intakes for vitamin a vitamin k arsenic boron chromium copper iodine iron manganese molybdenum nickel silicon vanadium and zinc a report of the panel on micronutrients subcommittees on upper reference levels of nutrients and of interpretation and uses of dietary reference intakes and thethis volume is the newest release in the authoritative series issued by the national academy of sciences on dietary reference intakes dris this series provides recommended intakes such as recommended dietary allowances rdas for use in planning nutritionally adequate diets for individuals based on age and gender in addition a new reference intake the tolerable upper intake level ul based on the institute of medicines review of the scientific literature regarding dietary micronutrients recommendations have been formulated regarding vitamins a and k iron iodine chromium copper manganese molybdenum zinc and other potentially beneficial trace elements such as boron to determine the roles if any they play in healthread the full text of dietary reference intakes for vitamin a vitamin k arsenic boron chromium copper iodine iron manganese molybdenum nickel silicon vanadium and zinc for free on the web as well as more than 1800 other publications from the national academiesdietary reference intakes dris vitamins food and nutrition board institute of medicine national academies note the table is adapted from the dri reports see wwwnapeduit represents recommended dietary allowances rdas in bold type adequate intakes ais in ordinary type followed by an asterisk and tolerable upper intake levels ulsa

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