Monday, January 31, 2011

USDA Released New Dietary Guidelines Today

USDA Guidelines 2010 was released today (1/31/2011). Unfortunately, it's 114 pages. Is it too much for you to read? The good news is that my SpirFit blog here incorporates and simplifies such guidelines. I sum up and present the most relevant information little by little on my blog throughout the year. My blog here includes key information from these types of important science-based guidelines, so that you don't have to read through hundreds of pages of these guidelines and through other types of cumbersome reading (such as science journals).

The USDA Dietary Guidelines come out every five years. If you're interested to read the full 114 pages, the newly released guidelines can be downloadable at:

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Fitness Freak said...

Any new guidelines and stipulations in this years book.

Amadeo said...

From my initial skimming of the new guidelines, most recommendations remain pretty much the same such as limiting the consumption of sodium, refined carbohydrates, and saturated fats. However, there are a few areas of difference (or additional recommendations). For example, the new guidelines still recommend eating a variety of fish. The wider the variety, the less of a chance you will have of consuming just one source of fish that may have high methyl-mercury level. But the new 2010 guidelines go further in specifying certain types of fishes in the U.S. to avoid completely (especially for pregnant women). These are the KING mackerel, white tuna, shark, tilefish, and swordfish. (This applies only for the U.S. waters.) More about this in future blogs.

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