Growth, hemoglobin, cholesterol, and blood pressure observed in rats fed common breakfast cereals.


Most of the common breakfast cereals tested were unable to support growth or promote health in young rats that consumed these products as their only food. An anemia, accompanied by fatty liver and large concentrations of iron stored in the liver, was observed with cereals having the lowest protein content. Some cereals produced a marked elevation of… (More)


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