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List of abbreviations used in Nutritics

18th Jan 2018

ACSM – American College of Sports Medicine

ADA – American Dietetic Association

AI – Adequate Intake

AMDR – Acceptable Macronutrient Distribution Range

BMRACSM ACSM – American College of Sports Medicine

ADA – American Dietetic Association

AI – Adequate Intake

AMDR – Acceptable Macronutrient Distribution Range

BMR – Basal Metabolic Rate

cMET – Corrected / Compensated Metabolic Equivalent

COMA – Committee on Medical Aspects of Food and Nutrition Policy

DB – Database

DIT – Diet Induced Thermogenesis

DOB – Date of Birth

DRV- Dietary Reference Values

EAR – Estimated Average Requirement

EAT – Exercise Associated Thermogenesis

EER – Estimated Energy Requirement

FCDB  – Food Composition Database

FDA –  Food and Drug Administration

FSANZ –  Food Standards Australia New Zealand

GDA – Guideline Daily Amounts

GI – Glycemic Index

GL– Glycemic Load

IOM – Institute of Medicine

IFC - International Food Code

LRNI – Lower Reference Nutrient Intake

MET – Metabolic Equivalent

NAE – Net Acid Load

NEAT – Non-Exercise Associated Thermogenesis

NHMRC – National Health and Medical Research Council

NNR – Nordic Nutrition Recommendations

NRV – Nutrient Reference Values

NSP – Non starch polysaccharide

PAL – Physical Activity Level

PENG – Pocket Guide to Clinical Nutrition

PRAL – Potential Renal Acid Load

RDA – Recommended Dietary Allowance

RDI – Reference Dietary Intake

RI – Reference Intakes

RMR – Resting Metabolic Rate

RNI – Reference nutrient Intake

SACN – Scientific Advisory Committee on Nutrition

SI – Safe Intake

SRC – Source

SUL – Safe Upper Limit

UL – Tolerable Upper Intake Level