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Dietary intake of aluminum in a Spanish population (Canary Islands).
The aim of this study was to analyze the aluminum content in foods and beverages most commonly consumed by the Canary Island population to determine the dietary intake of this metal throughout theExpand
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Lead and cadmium in meat and meat products consumed by the population in Tenerife Island, Spain
The aim of this study was to determine the levels of lead and cadmium in chicken, pork, beef, lamb and turkey samples (both meat and meat products), collected in the island of Tenerife (Spain). LeadExpand
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Cadmium dietary intake in the Canary Islands, Spain.
Cadmium (Cd) in the human diet constitutes a potential chronic hazard to health. In the nonsmoking general population, diet is the major source of cadmium exposure; therefore, it is important toExpand
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Metals in edible seaweed.
The concentration levels of 20 metals were analyzed by ICP-OES in edible seaweed (Chondrus, Eisenia, Gelidium, Himanthalia, Laminaria, Palmaria, Porphyra, Undaria), from two origins (Asia vs EU)Expand
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Lead and cadmium levels in coastal benthic algae (seaweeds) of Tenerife, Canary Islands.
Lead and cadmium levels of some species of brown-algae (Phaeophyta) from the mesolittoral (intertidal area) of the Island of Tenerife (central-eastern Atlantic) were determined by Atomic AbsorptionExpand
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Phytic Acid Level in Wheat Flours
The phytic acid content of refined (hand-made and factory-made) and whole (factory-made) wheat flours, much consumed in the Canary Islands, have been determined in this study. A total of 200 samplesExpand
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Lead dietary intake in a Spanish population (Canary Islands).
For most people diet is the main route of exposure to trace metals, so information about dietary intake is also important to assess risks to human health for these elements. The purpose of this studyExpand
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Total dietary intake of mercury in the Canary Islands, Spain
Estimating the risk associated with dietary intake of heavy metals by consumers is a vital and integral part of regulatory processes. The assessment of exposure to mercury shown in this paper hasExpand
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Fluoride Levels in Publicly Supplied and Bottled Drinking Water in the Island of Tenerife, Spain
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“Metals in Fresh Honeys from Tenerife Island, Spain”
Ashes and contents of Zn, Cu, Fe, Cd and Pb in 140 fresh honey samples from three different areas of Tenerife Island were determined by inductively coupled plasma atomic emission spectrometry andExpand
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