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Canadian Dietary Intake Data for Adults from Ten Provinces, 1990–1997



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Dietary Reference Intakes for Water, Potassium, Sodium, Chloride, and Sulfate F Canadian Dietary Intake Data for Adults from Ten Provinces, 1990–1997

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Dietary Reference Intakes for Water, Potassium, Sodium, Chloride, and Sulfate TABLE F-1 Mean and Selected Percentiles for Usual Daily Intake of Moisture (mg) by Adults: Canada, Ten Provinces, 1990–1999 Sex/Age Categorya n Mean Percentile 5th 10th 25th M, 19–30 y 316 3,039 1,735 1,864 2,198 Standard error   124 79 80 78 M, 31–50 y 566 2,961 1,896 1,958 2,320 Standard error   79 55 38 68 M, 51–70 y 712 2,706 1,573 1,798 2,135 Standard error   87 126 66 48 M, 71+ y 424 2,394 1,574 1,691 1,937 Standard error   68 110 54 48 F, 19–30 y 371 2,455 1,313 1,463 1,856 Standard error   130 123 74 67 F, 31–50 y 857 2,553 1,495 1,608 1,934 Standard error   61 62 40 44 F, 51–70 y 842 2,406 1,458 1,624 1,866 Standard error   76 101 47 40 F, 71+ y 401 2,139 1,379 1,480 1,712 Standard error   83 75 55 41 All individuals (+P/L) 4,489 2,667 1,510 1,692 2,020 Standard error   37 42 27 23 a M = male, F = female, P/L = pregnant and/or lactating. NOTE: Variability estimated using SUDAAN V8.0.1, with Taylor linearization, taking into account the complex sample design. Adjustment for intra individual variability using modified NAS method (for method see Karpinski KF and Nargundkar MS. 1992. Nova Scotia nutrition survey methodology report. Report No. E451311-0010. Canada: Health and Welfare Canada; Wright, J.D., Ervin B., and Briefel R.R., eds. 1994. Consensus workshop on dietary assessment: Nutrition monitoring and tracking the year 2000 objectives. Hyattsville, MD: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services).

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Dietary Reference Intakes for Water, Potassium, Sodium, Chloride, and Sulfate 50th 75th 90th 95th 2,691 3,482 4,024 4,395 142 180 172 262 2,711 3,212 3,781 4,471 57 76 181 279 2,519 3,053 3,585 4,100 53 76 171 313 2,312 2,840 3,148 3,394 57 112 90 104 2,229 2,774 3,570 3,975 103 158 214 315 2,383 2,868 3,272 3,672 55 67 85 267 2,243 2,718 3,199 3,580 52 88 123 215 2,061 2,471 2,784 3,204 75 135 200 230 2,454 2,984 3,588 4,033 36 44 80 244 SOURCE: Health Canada.

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Dietary Reference Intakes for Water, Potassium, Sodium, Chloride, and Sulfate TABLE F-2 Mean and Selected Percentiles for Usual Daily Intake of Potassium (mg) by Adults: Canada, Ten Provinces, 1990–1999 Sex/Age Categorya n Mean Percentile 5th 10th 25th M, 19–30 y 1,698 3,595 1,916 2,325 2,822 Standard error   96 140 78 40 M, 31–50 y 2,931 3,535 2,143 2,333 2,817 Standard error   62 121 61 40 M, 51–70 y 3,131 3,394 2,022 2,280 2,694 Standard error   71 131 61 46 M, 71+ y 885 3,287 1,959 2,175 2,651 Standard error   82 172 101 69 F, 19–30 y 1,851 2,561 1,449 1,650 1,983 Standard error   49 96 57 48 F, 31–50 y 3,539 2,695 1,596 1,793 2,169 Standard error   34 76 41 34 F, 51–70 y 3,322 2,714 1,634 1,846 2,186 Standard error   34 73 28 30 F, 71+ y 857 2,695 1,529 1,716 2,111 Standard error   94 93 84 73 All individuals (+P/L) 18,214 3,082 1,691 1,942 2,363 Standard error   21 51 21 19 a M = male, F = female, P/L = pregnant and/or lactating. NOTE: Variability estimated using SUDAAN V8.0.1, with Taylor linearization, taking into account the complex sample design. Adjustment for intra individual variability using modified NAS method (for method see Karpinski KF and Nargundkar MS. 1992. Nova Scotia nutrition survey methodology report. Report No. E451311-0010. Canada: Health and Welfare Canada; Wright J.D., Ervin B., and Briefel R.R., eds. 1994. Consensus workshop on dietary assessment: Nutrition monitoring and tracking the year 2000 objectives. Hyattsville, MD: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services).

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Dietary Reference Intakes for Water, Potassium, Sodium, Chloride, and Sulfate 50th 75th 90th 95th 3,342 4,071 4,779 5,367 84 78 121 299 3,364 4,001 4,600 5,084 45 47 79 197 3,257 3,897 4,486 4,792 94 97 77 149 3,191 3,782 4,297 4,664 90 97 98 180 2,433 2,927 3,389 3,636 41 37 73 121 2,559 2,994 3,529 3,856 31 37 70 170 2,630 3,046 3,559 3,842 47 35 59 129 2,605 3,125 3,552 3,912 75 108 182 246 2,897 3,555 4,209 4,677 18 25 32 155 SOURCE: Health Canada.

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Dietary Reference Intakes for Water, Potassium, Sodium, Chloride, and Sulfate TABLE F-3 Mean and Selected Percentiles for Usual Daily Intake of Sodium (mg) by Adults: Canada, Ten Provinces, 1990–1999 Sex/Age Categorya n Mean Percentile 5th 10th 25th M, 19–30 y 1,698 4,029 2,340 2,625 3,074 Standard error   137 227 96 119 M, 31–50 y 2,931 3,710 2,080 2,343 2,868 Standard error   69 124 57 61 M, 51–70 y 3,131 3,377 1,830 2,091 2,562 Standard error   61 123 55 48 M, 71+ y 885 2,831 1,665 1,871 2,300 Standard error   81 123 94 103 F, 19–30 y 1,851 2,784 1,672 1,862 2,130 Standard error   71 100 39 33 F, 31–50 y 3,539 2,672 1,466 1,714 2,041 Standard error   48 75 35 29 F, 51–70 y 3,322 2,328 1,343 1,502 1,796 Standard error   40 72 36 41 F, 71+ y 857 2,197 1,177 1,420 1,680 Standard error   81 84 66 47 All individuals (+P/L) 18,214 3,120 1,572 1,811 2,236 Standard error   40 66 30 27 a M = male, F = female, P/L = pregnant and/or lactating. NOTE: Variability estimated using SUDAAN V8.0.1, with Taylor linearization, taking into account the complex sample design. Adjustment for intra individual variability using modified NAS method (for method see Karpinski KF and Nargundkar MS. 1992. Nova Scotia nutrition survey methodology report. Report No. E451311-0010. Canada: Health and Welfare Canada; Wright, J.D., Ervin B., and Briefel R.R., eds. 1994. Consensus workshop on dietary assessment: Nutrition monitoring and tracking the year 2000 objectives. Hyattsville, MD: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services).

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Dietary Reference Intakes for Water, Potassium, Sodium, Chloride, and Sulfate 50th 75th 90th 95th 3,774 4,464 5,161 5,829 91 133 167 309 3,447 4,125 4,822 5,154 45 75 77 197 3,142 3,765 4,530 4,996 33 45 108 232 2,763 3,210 3,700 3,969 59 55 96 165 2,517 2,922 3,510 3,799 36 74 111 174 2,436 2,968 3,448 3,746 41 65 67 150 2,152 2,562 3,037 3,429 44 29 68 201 1,977 2,502 2,868 3,188 70 102 161 238 2,792 3,573 4,330 4,887 37 45 66 240 SOURCE: Health Canada.