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age

protein

vit A

vit B1

vit B2

niacin

vit B6

folate

vit B12

vit C

Ca

P

Fe

Zn

Cu

Se

I

g

µg

mg

mg

mg

mg

µg

µg

mg

mg

mg

mg

mg

mg

µg

µg

6–12m

15

350

0.3

0.4

5

0.4

50

0.5

20

400

300

6

4

0.3

8

50

1–3y

15

400

0.5

0.8

9

0.7

100

0.7

25

400

300

4

4

0.4

10

70

4–6y

20

400

0.7

1.0

11

0.9

130

0.9

25

450

350

4

6

0.6

15

90

7–10y

29

500

0.8

1.2

13

1.1

150

1.0

30

550

450

6

7

0.7

25

100

males

11–14y

44

600

1.0

1.4

15

1.3

180

1.3

35

1000

775

10

9

0.8

35

120

15–17y

55

700

1.2

1.6

18

1.5

200

1.4

40

1000

775

13

9

1.0

45

130

18+y

56

700

1.1

1.6

18

1.5

200

1.4

45

700

550

9

9.5

1.1

55

130

females

11–14y

42

600

0.9

1.2

14

1.1

180

1.3

35

800

625

18

9

0.8

35

120

15–17y

46

600

0.9

1.3

14

1.1

200

1.4

40

800

625

17

7

1.0

45

130

18+y

47

600

0.9

1.3

14

1.1

200

1.4

45

700

550

16*

7

1.1

55

130

pregnant

57

700

1.0

1.6

14

1.3

400

1.6

55

700

550

*

7

1.1

55

130

lactating

63

950

1.1

1.7

16

1.4

350

1.9

70

1200

950

16

12

1.4

70

160

* 8mg iron post‐menopausally; supplements required in latter half of pregnancy.

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