Amounts of vitamins and minerals in Balanced Trio formulas are based on DRI (Dietary Reference Intakes). These reference intakes were created by Food and Nutrition Board, Institute of Medicine at National Academy of Sciences and are regularly updated as the new scientific data becomes available.DRI are not equivalent to DV (Daily Values), which were established for nutrition labeling back in 1968. While for many vitamins and minerals DV recommendation are close to current DRI recommendations, for some vitamins like vitamin A, vitamin B12 and biotin they are much higher than current recommendations. Balanced Trio was created for safe long-term use and provides adequate amounts of all key micronutrients. For more information about DV and DRI and to see detailed comparison table for each micronutrient visit Nutritional Needs page.
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