Those maximums are all debatable.
The sugar max is totally arbitrary and has no clinical basis. If you eat whole foods, your sugar will be less than that anyway.
1300mg of salt is far too low. Too much may not be healthy for some people but going too low can be even worse, even fatal. Again, if you eat whole, unprocessed foods, go by taste.
Fat is a necessary nutrient that also can be used for energy. I would consider 65 to be a minimum, not a maximum.
Also for protein, you can often use more than minimum levels of protein. It's used for muscle building and the exercising population needs more than the average couch potato.
If you followed those rules, you would be eating mostly starch and likely would get diabetes and become obese. Sort of like the average North American. If you want to be better than average, throw out the guidelines.
Let thy food be thy medicine, and thy medicine be thy food.~Hippocrates
Strength is the adaptation that leads to all other adaptations that you really care about - Charles Staley