@ifct2017/intakes

Recommended daily intakes of nutrients.

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Recommended daily intakes of nutrients.

This is part of package ifct2017.
Online database: ifct2017.github.io.


const intakes = require('@ifct2017/intakes');
// intakes(query)
// → matches [{code, whorda, usear, usrdam, usrdaf, euprim, euprif, ulus, uleu, uljapan}]


intakes('his');
intakes('Histidine');
// [{ code: 'his',
//    whorda: -0.01,
//    usear: NaN,
//    usrdam: -0.014,
//    usrdaf: NaN,
//    euprim: NaN,
//    euprif: NaN,
//    ulus: NaN,
//    uleu: NaN,
//    uljapan: NaN }]

intakes('intake of total fibre?');
intakes('what is rda of total fiber?');
// [{ code: 'fibtg',
//    whorda: NaN,
//    usear: NaN,
//    usrdam: 38,
//    usrdaf: 25,
//    euprim: NaN,
//    euprif: NaN,
//    ulus: NaN,
//    uleu: NaN,
//    uljapan: NaN }]


// Note:
// +ve value indicates amount in grams.
// -ve value indicates amount in grams per kg of body weight.
// NaN indicates no recommentation given.

// Note:
// whorda: WHO Recommended Dietary Allowance
// usear:  US Estimated Average Requirement
// usrdam: US Recommended Dietary Allowance (Male)
// usrdaf: US Recommended Dietary Allowance (Female)
// euprim: EU Population Reference Intake (Male)
// euprif: EU Population Reference Intake (Female)
// ulus: Tolerable intake Upper Level (US)
// uleu: Tolerable intake Upper Level (EU)
// uljapan: Tolerable intake Upper Level (Japan)
// Additional methods:
intakes.load() // → corpus
intakes.sql([table], [options]) // → sql statements
intakes.csv() // → path of csv file


Data was obtained from the book Indian Food Composition Tables 2017.
Food composition values were measured by National Institute of Nutrition, Hyderabad.
Take a peek at the raw data here: Document, Webpage.

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