National Nutrition Policy Study, 1974: Hearings Before the Select Committee on Nutrition and Human Needs of the United States Senate, Ninety-third Congress, Second Session, Part 6
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Page 3367 - The nutrient content of the composite is at least equal to 80 percent of the value for that nutrient declared on the label. Provided, That no regulatory action will be based on a determination of a nutrient value that falls below this level by a factor less than the variability generally recognized for the analytical method used in that food at the level involved.
Page 3284 - A study of nutritional status of preschool children in the United States, 1968-1970.
Page 3228 - ... better matching of pensions to family need ; — an increase in education benefits for veterans to help meet cost increases since these benefits were last raised ; — automatic cost-of-living increases for the aged, blind, and disabled beneficiaries of the Supplemental Security Income program ; — transfer of food stamps and related nutrition programs to the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, to improve coordination of income maintenance programs ; and — continued priority efforts...
Page 3240 - ... educators should have high priority. Both undergraduate and postgraduate training is needed as well as continuing education. Medical schools should be encouraged to establish faculty and resources for teaching nutrition in clinical as well as preclinical departments and nutrition training and services should be promoted in hospitals and clinics.
Page 3352 - Joint Task Force of the US Department of Agriculture and the State Universities and Land Grant Colleges.
Page 3385 - The remainder of such sums shall be apportioned by the Commissioner as follows: (A) He shall apportion 40 per centum of such remainder among the States in equal amounts. (B) He shall apportion to each State an amount that bears the same ratio to 60 per centum of such remainder as the...
Page 3258 - Office of Education, the National Science Foundation, the National Institutes of Health, and others. Each has its own objectives, and no one of them wishes to be "coordinated
Page 3394 - There are authorized to be appropriated such sums 19 as may be necessary to carry out section 113 for each of such 20 fiscal years.