Global perspectives on trace element requirements.

@article{FreelandGraves2015GlobalPO,
  title={Global perspectives on trace element requirements.},
  author={Jeanne Freeland-Graves and N. S. S. Sanjeevi and Jane J Lee},
  journal={Journal of trace elements in medicine and biology : organ of the Society for Minerals and Trace Elements},
  year={2015},
  volume={31},
  pages={
          135-41
        }
}
Trace elements are inorganic constituents of the human body present in concentrations less than 50mg/kg body weight. An exception is iron that is found in slightly higher amounts, 60 mg/kg body weight, but it is classified within this category due to its physiological roles. Requirements of trace elements can vary according to age, gender, growth, body composition, genetics, pregnancy, lactation, wound healing and burns, alcohol abuse, infections, and diseases (anemia, coronary artery, Keshan… CONTINUE READING
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