Occurrence, exposure, effects, recommended intake and possible dietary use of selected trace compounds (aluminium, bismuth, cobalt, gold, lithium, nickel, silver)

@article{Dolara2014OccurrenceEE,
  title={Occurrence, exposure, effects, recommended intake and possible dietary use of selected trace compounds (aluminium, bismuth, cobalt, gold, lithium, nickel, silver)},
  author={P. Dolara},
  journal={International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition},
  year={2014},
  volume={65},
  pages={911 - 924}
}
  • P. Dolara
  • Published 2014
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition
  • Abstract Background: Minerals, metals, clays and rocks were widely used by physicians in the past. However, it was and it is well known that some inorganic elements at high dosage may have curative effects but also serious toxicity. The effects at low or ultra-low concentrations, on the contrary, are less documented, but the idea that low dosage supplementation might be beneficial to human health is widespread even in the present period. Methods: The main information about aluminium, bismuth… CONTINUE READING
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