Daily Values + Adult DRI max

by EivneiLast updated February 18, 2017
Macro NutrientsAmountMax
Calories (kcal)20002050
Carbohydrates (g)225325
Protein (g)50175
Total Fat (g)65100
Saturated Fat (g)20
Monounsaturated Fat (g)0
Polyunsaturated Fat (g)0
Omega-3 Fatty Acids (g)1.5
Omega-6 Fatty Acids (g)1122
Total Fiber (g)25
Soluble Fiber (g)0
Insoluble Fiber (g)0
Cholesterol (mg)300
Vitamin A (IU)500010000
Vitamin B6 (mg)2100
Vitamin B12 (ug)6
Vitamin C (mg)602000
Vitamin D (IU)4004000
Vitamin E (IU)301000
Vitamin K (ug)80
Thiamin (mg)1.5
Riboflavin (mg)1.7
Niacin (mg)2035
Folate (ug)4001000
Pantothenic Acid (mg)10
Biotin (ug)300
Choline (mg)5503500
Calcium (g)12.5
Chloride (g)3.43.6
Chromium (ug)120
Copper (mg)210
Iodine (ug)1501100
Iron (mg)1845
Magnesium (mg)400750
Manganese (mg)211
Molybdenum (ug)752000
Phosphorus (g)14
Potassium (g)3.5
Selenium (ug)70400
Sodium (g)2.42.3
Sulfur (g)0
Zinc (mg)15
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Minimums are Daily Values. Maximums and some other values are from the IOM DRI.

Customized macronutrients

  • No max omega-3
  • Higher max fat

Things to keep in mind

  • Yes, the sodium daily values amount (2.4 g) higher than the Tolerable Upper Intake Level (2.3 g). The adequate intake (AI) amount is 1.5 g
  • The upper level (UL) of magnesium is for supplements only, not food content. The included number is based on the Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA) plus the upper tolerable level.
  • The UL for Vitamin A is for Vitamin A itself. There is no upper level for carotenoids like beta carotine, which the body turns in to Vitamin A as needed. Extreme amounts may give skin an orange color.
  • The UL for vitamin E, niacin, and folate apply to synthetic forms obtained from supplements, fortified foods or a combination of the two.

Dietary Reference Intakes - IOM

Daily Values