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Final release of the new Food Guidance System and related consumer materials is scheduled for early 2005, following the release of the new Dietary Guidelines for Americans.
The Dietary Guidelines for Americans are used for reference in the school lunch program, while the Food Guide Pyramid appears on many food products, providing consumers with an outline of what to eat each day.
In addition, USDA's Food Guidance System also will serve as a tool to educate consumers on the Dietary Guidelines for Americans.
However, says GAO, most Americans still do not consume the five to nine daily servings recommended in the Dietary Guidelines for Americans.
The Dietary Guidelines for Americans represent a statement of current federal policy on the role of dietary factors in health promotion and disease prevention.
Reducing the intake of trans fat and saturated fats is recommended by the Federal Dietary Guidelines for Americans.
The Departments of Agriculture (USDA) and Health and Human Services (DHHS) have released the report of the Dietary Guidelines Committee, detailing the Committee's recommendations for revision of the Dietary Guidelines for Americans (DGA).