Evaluation of iron, zinc, copper, manganese and selenium in oral hospital diets.

  title={Evaluation of iron, zinc, copper, manganese and selenium in oral hospital diets.},
  author={Daniele C F Moreira and J{\'u}lia S M de S{\'a} and Isabela B Cerqueira and Ana Paula Ferreira de Oliveira and Marcelo Ant{\^o}nio Morgano and K{\'e}sia Diego Quintaes},
  journal={Clinical nutrition},
  volume={33 5},
BACKGROUND & AIMS Many trace elements are nutrients essential to humans, acting in the metabolism as constituents or as enzymatic co-factors. The iron, zinc, copper, manganese and selenium contents of hospital diets (regular, blend and soft) and of oral food complement (OFC) were determined, evaluating the adequacy of each element in relation to the nutritional recommendations (DRIs) and the percent contribution alone and with OFC. METHODS Duplicate samples were taken of six daily meals and… CONTINUE READING

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