Increased risk of iodine deficiency with vegetarian nutrition.

@article{Remer1999IncreasedRO,
  title={Increased risk of iodine deficiency with vegetarian nutrition.},
  author={T. Remer and A. Neubert and F. Manz},
  journal={The British journal of nutrition},
  year={1999},
  volume={81 1},
  pages={
          45-9
        }
}
Observational studies primarily based on diet questionnaires or food records have reported that vegetarians can have a very low I intake. However, analytically ascertained data on the possible degree of I deficiency with this form of diet is lacking. Six healthy adult volunteers participated in the present controlled experimental diet study carried out in four separate 5 d diet periods. The study diets, normal, protein-rich, lactovegetarian, and repeat of the initial normal diet, were almost… Expand
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