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Percentage of Adults Age 19 and Over  with a Usual Intake of Vitamin B6 below the Estimated Average Requirement, Canada, 2004

Please Note: The CCHS 2.2 does not include data from the Northwest Territories, Yukon Territory or Nunavut. However, the target population covered by the survey represents approximately 98% of the population of the 10 provinces and is thus considered a national survey.

A map of male’s vitamin B6 intake is unavailable due to extreme sampling variability in some provinces.

Percentage of adults age 19 and over with a usual intake of Vitamin B6 below the EAR (both males and females)

Newfoundland & Labrador 13.6E
Prince Edward Island 17.7
Nova Scotia 11.7E
New Brunswick 18.1E
Quebec 7.9E
Ontario 14.3
Manitoba 12.0E
Saskatchewan 15.1E
Alberta 11.5E
British Columbia 9.0E
All of Canada 12.0

Note: E - Data with a coefficient of variation (CV) from 16.6% to 33.3%; interpret with caution.

Download these data as a Microsoft Excel file. The Excel file also contains a confidence interval and coefficient of variation for each estimate. This information contributes to a better understanding of the estimates.

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