fiber consumption at home

The amount of fiber consumed in residences.

Used to calculate:total fibers and fiber eaten at home

Varies by: lifestyle

Used lifestyle Reference Location: Ecosystem
(study period)
Value Units Notes
* Average American ARS & CDC 2010 What We Eat In America US: All (2000s) 5548 grams/person/yr
* Average Earthling Nishida et al. 2004- The Joint WHO/FAO Expert Consultation on diet, nutrition and the prevention of chronic diseases: process, product and policy implications global: all (1989-2002) 4562.5 grams/person/yr This value is based off of the WHO/FAO minimum recommended daily dietary fiber intake.
* Average New Yorker USDA 1999- DATA TABLES: Food and Nutrient Intakes by Individuals in the United States, by Region, 1994-96 Northeast, USA: All (1994-1996) 2918.832 grams/person/yr information from USDA (1999) was compared against figures in Bureau of Labor Statistics (2006) (ID 105)
* Eco-conscious Davey et al. 2002- EPIC: Oxford : lifestyle characteristics and nutrient intakes in a cohort of 33 883 meat-eaters and 31 546 non meat-eaters in the UK global: household () 4732.34667 grams/person/yr
* Lenape Person Eaton and Konner 2010 - Paleolithic Nutrition Twenty-Five Years Later Global: All () 35 grams / day / person This value represents the estimated maximum fiber consumption per day of ancestral hunter-gatherers. We split fiber consumption in half between at home and away from home.

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