Gross domestic product and dietary pattern among 49 western countries with a focus on polyamine intake

@inproceedings{Binh2010GrossDP,
  title={Gross domestic product and dietary pattern among 49 western countries with a focus on polyamine intake},
  author={P. Nguyen Binh and Kuniyasu Soda and Masanobu Kawakami},
  year={2010}
}
Socioeconomic status is known to affect dietary profile, and differences in food habits and choice may affect polyamine intake due to significant variations in the concentrations of the polyamines spermine, spermidine, and putrescine present in different foods. The relationship between gross domestic product (GDP) and dietary profile, with a focus on polyamine intake, was investigated for 49 different European and other Western countries. The data for food supply and GDP were collected from the… CONTINUE READING

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