Zinc status of vegetarians.

@article{FreelandGraves1980ZincSO,
  title={Zinc status of vegetarians.},
  author={Jeanne H Freeland-Graves and P W Bodzy and Margaret A. Eppright},
  journal={Journal of the American Dietetic Association},
  year={1980},
  volume={77 6},
  pages={
          655-61
        }
}

Zinc intake and status in Australian vegetarians

There was a significant correlation between serum Zn concentration and dietary Zn density in vegetarians, especially females (P < 0·001), but not in omnivores, and ovolactovegetarians did not have a significantly greater risk of low Zn status than omnivore.

The energy and nutrient intakes of different types of vegetarian: a case for supplements?

It is recommended that ‘new’ vegetarians and vegans should use appropriate dietary supplements and the impact of low I intakes should be further studied, and it is recommended the most involved vegetarians were the least involved in a ‘vegetarian lifestyle’.

Dietary intakes of adolescent females consuming vegetarian, semi-vegetarian, and omnivorous diets.

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    The Journal of adolescent health : official publication of the Society for Adolescent Medicine
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Vegetarian diets across the lifecycle: impact on zinc intake and status.

Nutrient intake and vitamin status of healthy French vegetarians and nonvegetarians.

Vegetarians did not have a higher risk rate for a biochemical vitamin deficiency of thiamin, riboflavin, folates, and vitamins B-6, C, A, and E than the nonvegetarians.

Iron and zinc status of young women aged 14 to 19 years consuming vegetarian and omnivorous diets.

SuboptimalIron and zinc status was attributed to low intakes of poorly available iron and zinc in all dietary groups.

Dietary intakes and nutrient status of vegetarian preschool children from a British national survey.

  • C. ThaneC. Bates
  • Medicine
    Journal of human nutrition and dietetics : the official journal of the British Dietetic Association
  • 2000
Although serum ferritin levels were inferior (particularly in vegetarians under 3 years old), the lower intakes of fat, cholesterol and sodium, and higher antioxidant vitamin intakes and status indices were potentially beneficial.

Zinc and iron utilization in young women consuming a beef-based diet.

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