Inorganic and Total Arsenic Contents in Rice and Rice-Based Foods Consumed by a Potential Risk Subpopulation: Sportspeople.

@article{CanoLamadrid2016InorganicAT,
  title={Inorganic and Total Arsenic Contents in Rice and Rice-Based Foods Consumed by a Potential Risk Subpopulation: Sportspeople.},
  author={Marina Cano-Lamadrid and Sandra Munera-Picazo and A Burgos-Hern{\'a}ndez and Francisco Burl{\'o} and {\'A}ngel A Carbonell-Barrachina},
  journal={Journal of food science},
  year={2016},
  volume={81 4},
  pages={T1031-7}
}
One of the main routes of exposure to inorganic arsenic (i-As) in humans is food, especially rice and rice-based products. There are certain groups of consumers that could be highly exposed to i-As. Maximum levels of i-As have been issued for infants and young children by the European Union, but perhaps other groups are also at risk. Sportspeople could be… CONTINUE READING