is a comprehensive set of energy and nutrient reference values for the healthy Filipino population.
25 by the FNRI during the Global Forum on Research Innovation for Health at the Philippine International Convention Center, the PDRI features multilevel reference values for energy and nutrient intakes, an update from the 2002 Recommended Energy and Nutrient Intake (Reni).
Aside from including the Reni, which focuses primarily on preventing nutrient deficiencies, the PDRI added three other reference values:
Development of the project definition rating index (PDRI
) for building projects.
The six-step process by which the GTCM and other industry competency models were developed is explained in PDRI
and Aguirre International (2005).
According to the agency, local school children have an average fluid intake of 1308 mL/day which falls short to the recommended fluid intake based on the Philippine Dietary Reference Intakes (PDRI
In fact, the Philippine Dietary Reference Intakes (PDRI
) 2015 of the Food and Nutrition Research Institute detailed that as much as 83 percent of Filipino school children lack enough fluids for their needs.