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U.S. Total Water Intake Data by Frequency of Leisure Time Activity from the Third National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 1988–1994



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Dietary Reference Intakes for Water, Potassium, Sodium, Chloride, and Sulfate H U.S. Total Water Intake Data by Frequency of Leisure Time Activity from the Third National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 1988–1994

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Dietary Reference Intakes for Water, Potassium, Sodium, Chloride, and Sulfate TABLE H-1 Mean and Selected Percentiles for Usual Daily Intake of Total Water (g) by Frequency of Activity of Children: United States, NHANES III, 1988–1994 Frequency of Activity Sex/Age Categorya n Mean Percentile 1st 5th 10th Less than once per week M, 8–16 y 35 2,205 1,173 1,386 1,517 Standard error   224 102 121 146 F, 8–16 y 106 1,965 875 1,050 1,165 Standard error   191 44 60 77 1–4 times per week M, 8–16 y 719 2,546 1,158 1,434 1,608 Standard error   62 36 40 44 F, 8–16 y 984 2,170 979 1,238 1,396 Standard error   57 36 35 37 5+ times per week M, 8–16 y 1,138 2,831 1,352 1,648 1,832 Standard error   72 52 54 60 F, 8–16 y 873 2,386 1,095 1,369 1,538 Standard error   60 41 42 45 a M = male, F = female. NOTE: Data are limited to individuals who provided a valid response to a question on usual plain drinking water intake, provided a complete and reliable 24-hour dietary recall, and provided at least one valid response to questions on participation in leisure time exercise or physical activities. Participants reported the frequency of walking, jogging or running, bicycling or using an exercise bike, swimming, aerobics or aerobic dancing, other dancing, calisthenics or exercises, garden or yard work, and lifting weights in the past month. Four open-ended questions regarding other exercises, sports, or physically active hobbies (not mentioned above) were asked. Females who were pregnant, lactating, or had “blank but applicable” pregnancy or lactating status data or who responded “I don’t know” to questions on pregnancy or lactating status were excluded from the analysis. Total water intake reflects the sum of drinking water and the water content of all foods and beverages consumed.

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Dietary Reference Intakes for Water, Potassium, Sodium, Chloride, and Sulfate 25th 50th 75th 90th 95th 99th 1,770 2,113 2,539 3,011 3,339 4,064 197 250 287 311 332 430 1,409 1,783 2,318 2,988 3,499 4,743 115 171 248 347 429 655 1,948 2,414 2,999 3,650 4,107 5,132 51 59 79 125 172 306 1,690 2,066 2,529 3,066 3,459 4,369 43 53 71 100 126 201 2,193 2,688 3,311 4,010 4,501 5,602 77 63 90 114 187 631 1,862 2,291 2,806 3,356 3,728 4,532 51 60 75 96 114 165 DATA SOURCE: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Center for Health Statistics, Third National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES III), 1988–1994. SOURCE: ENVIRON International Corporation (2002).

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Dietary Reference Intakes for Water, Potassium, Sodium, Chloride, and Sulfate TABLE H-2 Mean and Selected Percentiles for Usual Daily Intake of Total Water (g) by Frequency of Leisure Time Activity of Individuals 17 Years of Age and Older—No Activity: United States, NHANES III, 1988–1994 Sex/Age Categorya n Mean Percentile 1st 5th 10th M, 17–18 y 17 2,342 1,135 1,619 1,860 M, 19–30 y 208 3,343 1,424 1,799 2,037 Standard error   119 78 76 78 M, 31–50 y 385 3,608 2,098 2,457 2,667 Standard error   117 659 564 495 M, 51–70 y 335 3,332 1,466 1,879 2,130 Standard error   138 194 179 172 M, 71+ y 295 2,660 1,178 1,483 1,673 Standard error   91 52 50 51 F, 17–18 y 43 1,972 439 1,027 1,027 F, 19–30 y 387 2,682 1,367 1,661 1,838 Standard error   124 289 255 231 F, 31–50 y 671 2,693 1,010 1,333 1,540 Standard error   90 121 130 143 F, 51–70 y 580 2,943 1,177 1,545 1,775 Standard error   84 113 101 93 F, 71+ y 534 2,451 926 1,241 1,437 Standard error   51 77 68 63 P/L 128 2,873 1,349 1,736 1,962 Standard error   219 184 204 220 All individuals (non-P/L) 3,455 2,923 1,090 1,463 1,698 Standard error   38 50 43 42 All individuals, y (+P/L) 3,583 2,924 1,094 1,465 1,700 Standard error   37 58 43 44 a M = male, F = female, P/L = pregnant and/or lactating. NOTE: Data are limited to individuals who provided a valid response to a question on usual plain drinking water intake, provided a complete and reliable 24-hour dietary recall, and provided at least one valid response to questions on participation in leisure time exercise or physical activities. Participants reported the frequency of walking, jogging or running, bicycling or using an exercise bike, swimming, aerobics or aerobic dancing, other dancing, calisthenics or exercises, garden or yard work, and lifting weights in the past month. Four open-ended questions regarding other exercises, sports, or physically active hobbies (not mentioned above) were asked. Females who were pregnant, lactating, or had “blank but applicable” pregnancy or lactating status data or who responded “I don’t know” to questions on pregnancy or lactating status were excluded from the analysis. Total water intake reflects the sum of drinking water and the water content of all foods and beverages consumed.

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Dietary Reference Intakes for Water, Potassium, Sodium, Chloride, and Sulfate 25th 50th 75th 90th 95th 99th 1,907 2,041 3,167 3,371 3,371 3,956 2,506 3,155 3,971 4,885 5,529 6,982 90 114 155 244 334 594 3,054 3,538 4,085 4,639 5,000 5,745 346 152 262 609 867 1,460 2,605 3,220 3,936 4,677 5,168 6,194 162 156 173 248 330 554 2,041 2,536 3,144 3,804 4,258 5,248 58 80 122 188 244 387 1,081 1,898 2,324 3,003 3,287 4,331 2,171 2,602 3,105 3,629 3,978 4,713 184 142 196 353 485 804 1,951 2,524 3,249 4,059 4,629 5,899 137 88 131 173 242 644 2,219 2,812 3,522 4,277 4,788 5,882 83 87 116 169 215 332 1,816 2,328 2,954 3,627 4,082 5,052 55 53 72 124 172 292 2,337 2,740 3,239 3,924 4,476 5,827 231 224 293 376 454 771 2,150 2,743 3,488 4,366 5,007 6,473 37 42 55 86 113 201 2,151 2,744 3,490 4,366 5,004 6,462 42 42 60 84 112 236 DATA SOURCE: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Center for Health Statistics, Third National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES III), 1988–1994. SOURCE: ENVIRON International Corporation (2002).

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Dietary Reference Intakes for Water, Potassium, Sodium, Chloride, and Sulfate TABLE H-3 Mean and Selected Percentiles for Usual Daily Intake of Total Water (g) by Frequency of Leisure Time Activity of Individuals 17 Years of Age and Older—Between 0 and 5 Occasions per Week: United States, NHANES III, 1988–1994 Sex/Age Categorya n Mean Percentile 1st 5th 10th M, 17–18 y 92 3,635 1,094 1,626 1,963 Standard error   273 166 211 244 M, 19–30 y 722 3,982 1,893 2,290 2,540 Standard error   112 213 198 186 M, 31–50 y 1,093 3,774 1,560 1,996 2,271 Standard error   83 89 79 80 M, 51–70 y 792 3,529 1,746 2,132 2,367 Standard error   86 162 147 135 M, 71+ y 386 2,939 1,454 1,806 2,015 Standard error   73 97 88 83 F, 17–18 y 148 2,469 892 1,212 1,412 Standard error   118 158 125 106 F, 19–30 y 853 2,682 1,077 1,419 1,631 Standard error   48 109 101 94 F, 31–50 y 1,402 3,028 1,284 1,630 1,849 Standard error   49 65 57 52 F, 51–70 y 777 2,924 1,275 1,619 1,833 Standard error   63 58 57 58 F, 71+ y 390 2,558 1,162 1,475 1,663 Standard error   53 69 52 45 P/L 191 3,191 1,355 1,730 1,965 Standard error   171 94 101 112 All individuals (non-P/L) 6,655 3,266 1,283 1,681 1,932 Standard error   37 38 34 32 All individuals (+P/L) 6,846 3,265 1,292 1,689 1,939 Standard error   37 37 32 30 a M = male, F = female, P/L = pregnant and/or lactating. NOTE: Data are limited to individuals who provided a valid response to a question on usual plain drinking water intake, provided a complete and reliable 24-hour dietary recall, and provided at least one valid response to questions on participation in leisure time exercise or physical activities. Participants reported the frequency of walking, jogging or running, bicycling or using an exercise bike, swimming, aerobics or aerobic dancing, other dancing, calisthenics or exercises, garden or yard work, and lifting weights in the past month. Four open-ended questions regarding other exercises, sports or physically active hobbies (not mentioned above) were asked. Females who were pregnant, lactating, or had “blank but applicable” pregnancy or lactating status data or who responded “I don’t know” to questions on pregnancy or lactating status were excluded from the analysis. Frequency of activity per week was calculated from frequency of activity reported per month; the frequency reflects the sum of the frequencies calculated for each reported activity. Total water intake reflects the sum of drinking water and the water content of all foods and beverages consumed.

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Dietary Reference Intakes for Water, Potassium, Sodium, Chloride, and Sulfate 25th 50th 75th 90th 95th 99th 2,613 3,470 4,479 5,522 6,211 7,641 300 334 319 299 336 570 3,038 3,744 4,663 5,723 6,486 8,232 157 118 156 330 490 922 2,812 3,559 4,501 5,550 6,284 7,911 82 74 107 179 254 490 2,815 3,403 4,105 4,850 5,354 6,432 112 89 114 198 272 454 2,399 2,877 3,410 3,942 4,284 4,983 76 76 94 134 169 258 1,802 2,334 2,991 3,703 4,187 5,217 94 119 158 214 269 426 2,038 2,573 3,207 3,872 4,316 5,258 75 49 67 138 199 349 2,278 2,867 3,599 4,410 4,978 6,248 43 40 59 103 143 251 2,245 2,796 3,463 4,179 4,668 5,724 62 67 77 114 156 275 2,018 2,475 3,009 3,560 3,924 4,680 42 55 75 101 124 184 2,422 3,039 3,793 4,611 5,173 6,401 141 176 214 292 377 626 2,415 3,060 3,868 4,834 5,567 7,318 30 37 42 85 115 285 2,420 3,063 3,865 4,821 5,545 7,270 28 34 41 77 111 242 DATA SOURCE: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Center for Health Statistics, Third National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES III), 1988–1994. SOURCE: ENVIRON International Corporation (2002).

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Dietary Reference Intakes for Water, Potassium, Sodium, Chloride, and Sulfate TABLE H-4 Mean and Selected Percentiles for Usual Daily Intake of Total Water (g) by Frequency of Leisure Time Activity of Individuals 17 Years of Age and Older—5 or More Occasions per Week: United States, NHANES III, 1988–1994 Sex/Age Categorya n Mean Percentile 1st 5th 10th M, 17–18 y 245 3,499 1,659 2,040 2,277 Standard error   177 583 524 471 M, 19–30 y 941 3,929 1,937 2,363 2,624 Standard error   78 253 225 203 M, 31–50 y 1,017 3,961 1,851 2,277 2,542 Standard error   84 117 110 104 M, 51–70 y 745 3,609 1,676 2,062 2,302 Standard error   92 71 67 66 M, 71+ y 505 3,165 1,614 1,945 2,148 Standard error   74 77 70 67 F, 17–18 y 157 2,863 1,021 1,412 1,655 Standard error   196 326 316 306 F, 19–30 y 644 3,089 1,044 1,462 1,725 Standard error   66 153 69 61 F, 31–50 y 832 3,355 1,396 1,796 2,046 Standard error   69 114 114 125 F, 51–70 y 645 3,162 1,444 1,858 2,108 Standard error   71 306 161 149 F, 71+ y 393 2,824 1,376 1,711 1,911 Standard error   48 156 136 121 P/L 97 3,681 1,497 2,090 2,427 Standard error   216 1,640 1,230 995 All individuals (non-P/L) 6,124 3,513 1,391 1,854 2,131 Standard error   36 35 31 30 All individuals (+P/L) 6,221 3,516 1,387 1,852 2,130 Standard error   36 36 34 33 a M = male, F = female, P/L = pregnant and/or lactating. NOTE: Data are limited to individuals who provided a valid response to a question on usual plain drinking water intake, provided a complete and reliable 24-hour dietary recall, and provided at least one valid response to questions on participation in leisure time exercise or physical activities. Participants reported the frequency of walking, jogging or running, bicycling or using an exercise bike, swimming, aerobics or aerobic dancing, other dancing, calisthenics or exercises, garden or yard work, and lifting weights in the past month. Four open-ended questions regarding other exercises, sports or physically active hobbies (not mentioned above) were asked. Females who were pregnant, lactating, or had “blank but applicable” pregnancy or lactating status data or who responded “I don’t know” to questions on pregnancy or lactating status were excluded from the analysis. Frequency of activity per week was calculated from frequency of activity reported per month; the frequency reflects the sum of the frequencies calculated for each reported activity. Total water intake reflects the sum of drinking water and the water content of all foods and beverages consumed.

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Dietary Reference Intakes for Water, Potassium, Sodium, Chloride, and Sulfate 25th 50th 75th 90th 95th 99th 2,734 3,348 4,097 4,912 5,475 6,714 332 165 422 838 1,150 1,910 3,123 3,783 4,574 5,419 5,995 7,245 155 95 115 242 349 614 3,060 3,767 4,647 5,623 6,305 7,824 92 82 101 167 230 401 2,773 3,421 4,238 5,154 5,799 7,244 68 83 126 203 272 454 2,535 3,048 3,667 4,331 4,785 5,773 61 58 97 194 279 498 2,123 2,740 3,469 4,230 4,735 5,794 281 245 273 467 661 1,150 2,236 2,926 3,767 4,666 5,272 6,554 76 68 95 141 169 260 2,523 3,156 3,957 4,903 5,598 7,218 118 64 150 151 254 807 2,550 3,060 3,649 4,333 4,824 5,904 190 73 200 180 303 992 2,282 2,751 3,287 3,830 4,184 4,914 90 53 77 164 231 387 3,012 3,676 4,338 4,933 5,290 5,976 585 238 509 932 1,200 1,740 2,618 3,298 4,166 5,141 5,892 7,691 29 34 49 77 102 176 2,620 3,302 4,171 5,149 5,898 7,690 34 34 49 81 104 173 DATA SOURCE: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Center for Health Statistics, Third National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES III), 1988–1994. SOURCE: ENVIRON International Corporation (2002).