Relationship between dietary habits and urinary concentrations of 3-phenoxybonzoic acid in a middle-aged and elderly general population in Japan

@article{Kimata2009RelationshipBD,
  title={Relationship between dietary habits and urinary concentrations of 3-phenoxybonzoic acid in a middle-aged and elderly general population in Japan},
  author={Akiko Kimata and Takahisa Kondo and Jun Ueyama and Kanami Yamamoto and Michihiro Kamijima and Koji Suzuki and Tsuyoshi Inoue and Yoshinori Ito and Nobuyuki Hamajima},
  journal={Environmental Health and Preventive Medicine},
  year={2009},
  volume={14},
  pages={173-179}
}
ObjectivesThe ingestion of pesticides in the daily diet is assumed to be the main modality of pesticide exposure for most people. A widely used class of pesticides in agricultural or residential settings is pyrethroid. We have examined the relationship between the intake frequency of selected items of vegetables and fruits and urinary metabolites of pyrethroid pesticides in a healthy general population.MethodsA total of 535 residents (184 men and 351 women) who attended a healthcare checkup… CONTINUE READING
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