The Tolerable Upper Limit per day for Manganese

What is the tolerable upper limit consumption per day for Manganese?
The Tolerable Upper Limit per day for Manganese is as follows

  • It is not possible to establish a tolerable upper limit  of Manganese for 0-12 months - Infants: not established (no supplemental manganese should be given)
  • The tolerable upper limit of Manganese per day for 1-3 years is 2 milligrams
  • The tolerable upper limit of Manganese per day for 4-8 years is 3 milligrams
  • The tolerable upper limit of Manganese per day for 9-13 years is 6 milligrams
  • The tolerable upper limit of Manganese per day for 14-18 years, including pregnant and lactating women is 9 milligrams
  • The tolerable upper limit of Manganese per day for Greater than 19 years, including pregnant and lactating women is 11 milligrams
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Why is Manganese an important nutrient?
Manganese Functions
Who needs foods high in Manganese?
Which foods are rich in Manganese?
What is the Recommended Daily Intake of Manganese?
Manganese can help prevent or help treat many health conditions or diseases