Intake of essential and toxic trace elements in a random sample of Danish men as determined by the duplicate portion sampling technique.

@article{Bro1990IntakeOE,
  title={Intake of essential and toxic trace elements in a random sample of Danish men as determined by the duplicate portion sampling technique.},
  author={S Bro and Brittmarie Sandstr{\"o}m and Kaj Heydorn},
  journal={Journal of trace elements and electrolytes in health and disease},
  year={1990},
  volume={4 3},
  pages={147-55}
}
Average daily intakes of essential and toxic trace elements from self-selected diets consumed by 100 men, selected as a random sample among the population of 30-34 year-old men in one urban and two rural areas of Denmark, were determined by the analysis of 48 h duplicate food portions. Median daily dietary intakes were 11.3 mg for zinc, 1.1 mg for copper, 11.3 mg for iron, 51 micrograms for selenium, 3.9 mg for manganese, 99 micrograms for molybdenum, 7 micrograms for lead and 11 micrograms for… CONTINUE READING

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