Magnesium bioavailability from mineral water. A study in adult men

@article{Verhas2002MagnesiumBF,
  title={Magnesium bioavailability from mineral water. A study in adult men},
  author={Michel Verhas and Viviane de la Gueronni{\`e}re and J. M. Grognet and Jacques Paternot and Alex Hermanne and P Van den Winkel and R Gheldof and Patrick P Martin and Marc Fantino and Yves Rayssiguier},
  journal={European Journal of Clinical Nutrition},
  year={2002},
  volume={56},
  pages={442-447}
}
Objective: To assess magnesium enteral absorption from a magnesium-rich mineral water.Design: Experimental study.Setting: Department of Nuclear Medicine, Brugmann Hospital, Brussels, Belgium.Subjects: Ten healthy male volunteers in the age range 25–42 y.Intervention: Each subject completed two sessions in a random order. At one session, they received an oral load of 300 ml of water (containing 1.2 mmol Mg), traced with 28Mg, and at the other session they received an intravenous injection of… CONTINUE READING

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