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Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee (DGAC) Beginning with the 1985 edition, HHS and USDA have appointed a Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee (DGAC) consisting of nationally recognized experts in the field of nutrition and health. The Committee reviews the latest scientific and medical literature and prepares a report for the Secretaries that provides evidence-based recommendations for the next edition of the Dietary Guidelines. To learn more about the DGAC: See the list of DGAC members. See the list of subcommittees. For information about DGAC meetings and useful resources related to the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, check out: Meetings Resources Consultants to DGAC Subcommittees Consultants are individuals sought by a subcommittee to participate in subcommittee discussions and decisions on an ongoing basis but are not members of the full Committee. Like Committee members, consultants complete training and have been reviewed and cleared through a formal process within the Federal government. Find out more about the DGAC subcommittee consultants. Public Comments Written public comments can be submitted and/or viewed on the Public Comments site. This is the way you can provide scientific information and your views to the Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee. The public may submit comments on any topic. However, the Committee would find comments in some areas particularly useful. See the Committee’s specific requests for public comments. Go to the Public Comments section

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