Intakes for Calcium , Phosphorus , Magnesium , Vitamin D , and Fluoride

  title={Intakes for Calcium , Phosphorus , Magnesium , Vitamin D , and Fluoride},
  • Published 1974
Two university researchers presented information about Dietary Reference Intake (DRI) research recommendations contained in the Calcium and Related Nutrients Report (IOM, 1997). Bess Dawson-Hughes of Tufts University, who served on the panel for the report, highlighted a number of research recommendations that were considered to be of major importance for each of the five nutrients covered in the report and then made some comments about progress in those areas. Bruce W. Hollis of Medical… Expand

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