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Effects of fiber, phytic acid, and oxalic acid in the diet on mineral bioavailability



Effects of fiber, phytic acid, and oxalic acid in the diet on mineral bioavailability



American Journal of Gastroenterology 82(10): 983-986



Studies on effects of fibre, phytic acid and oxalic acid on mineral bioavailability are reivewed. It is difficult to separate the effects of fibre and phytic acid when cereal products are given, because they occur together in those foods. However, even the combination of fibre and phytic acid does not seem to affect mineral balances unless unrefined cereal intakes are high and mineral intakes are low.

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