|Total Fat (g)||92||140|
|Saturated Fat (g)||0|
|Monounsaturated Fat (g)||0|
|Polyunsaturated Fat (g)||2.68||20.55|
|Omega-3 Fatty Acids (g)||0.5||10|
|Omega-6 Fatty Acids (g)||5||20|
|Total Fiber (g)||30|
|Soluble Fiber (g)||0|
|Insoluble Fiber (g)||0|
|Vitamin A (IU)||3000||15000|
|Vitamin B6 (mg)||1.3||110|
|Vitamin B12 (ug)||2.4|
|Vitamin C (mg)||90||2000|
|Vitamin D (IU)||600||4000|
|Vitamin E (IU)||22.5||1500|
|Vitamin K (ug)||120|
|Pantothenic Acid (mg)||5|
The ratio of carbs / protein / fat has been modified to reflect a lower carb, higher protein balance suitable for healthy weight loss in my individual case; you should likewise adjust to fit your own dietary needs.
The actual daily recommendation for fiber is 38g, not 28g.
The target ratio of ω-6 to ω-3 PUFA is in the vicinity of 1:1 (the standard American diet tends to be much higher). In addition, the ω-6 DRI is significantly reduced based on adequate ω-3 intake. For reference, studies have shown that ω-6 deficiencies are eliminated by 1-2% of calories as LA if the diet has no ω-3 (http://pmid.us/20102846), and by just 0.3% of calories as LA if the diet has over 1% ω-3 (http://pmid.us/14559071). Thus, a little ω-3 in the diet reduces the requirement for ω-6. The upper boundary for each is based on 4% of total energy (and 10% of total energy from PUFA in all forms), which serves to limit the potential for oxidative stress from excessive PUFA intake (which remains a concern even when taken in carefully protected forms near the ideal ratio of ω-6 to ω-3).
The figure for dietary sulfur is derived from the sulfur amino acid (SAA) requirement recommended by WHO: 13 mg/kg per 24 h in healthy adults.