question - chol abbreviation
mwaters at ese.washington.edu
Tue Jun 5 08:00:42 PDT 2001
From: Bethany A. Showell [mailto:bshowell at rbhnrc.usda.gov]
Sent: Tuesday, June 05, 2001 4:35 AM
To: Public Health Nutrition Discussion and Information Group
Subject: Re: question - chol abbreviation
Hi. Chol is an abbreviation for cholesterol.
Date sent: Mon, 4 Jun 2001 18:37:32 -0700
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From: Mary Waters <mwaters at ese.washington.edu>
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Subject: question - chol abbreviation
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<phnutr-l at u.washington.edu>
> I'm reading a table of food composition (from the Sizer/whitney
> nutrition book) that lists components in this order and with these
> abbreviations: Ener, Prot, Car, Fiber, Fat, Fat breakdown (sat, mono,
> poly) Chol, Calc, Iron, Magn, Pota, Sodi, zinc, VT A, Thia, VT E,
> Ribo, Niac, VT B6, Fola, and Vit C. There's no key to these
> abbreviations, and I'm wondering if Chol stands for cholesterol, or
> something else.
> Thanks very much.
Bethany A. Showell
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Building 005, Room 205, BARC-West
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