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Soy proteins in human diets in relation to bioavailability of iron and zinc: a brief overview



Soy proteins in human diets in relation to bioavailability of iron and zinc: a brief overview



Cereal Chemistry 58(1): 12-18



Because soya bean proteins are finding increased use in human diets, careful consideration of the relation between soya bean protein intake and trace element nutrition in human subjects is necessary. Selected aspects of dietary mineral availability in reference to soya bean are reviewed, with particular reference to iron and zinc.

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