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Define Obligatory Nitrogen losses?

The Committee estimated the total obligatory nitrogen losses through faeces, urine, skin and other miscellaneous routes in adult men as 2.0 mg N/basal Kcal. The obligatory N losses in adult men on a protein-free diet are given in Table.

 Table: Obligatory nitrogen losses (mg)

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The Committee used the same figure of 2.0 mgN per basal Kcal for the total obligatory losses in women, infants and children.

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