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Balancing PMR+ Recipes
This video is for users who have already done their nutrition homework and would like to learn about feeding PMR+
PMR+ follows the base guidelines of 80% muscle meat, 10% bone, 5% liver, 5% other secreting organ plus the addition of plant ingredients such as fruit, veggies, and digestible carbohydrates. Supplements are also used. Eggs and oily fish and other toppers are also added. The plus part of PMR+ is added in addition to the ratio. The ratio supplies the base and other ingredients and supplements are added tailored to those ratios and what makes up those ratios.
This video discusses true balance over time and how PMR+ menus differ from typical NRC recipes seen in RFN. In addition, this video discusses briefly how to help people who are not going to be using nutrient guidelines select appropriate ingredients and covers common mistakes made in standard PMR diets.
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