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Bioavailability of calcium in foods

Bioavailability of calcium in foods

Cahiers de Nutrition et de Dietetique 25(4): 233-236

Literature on the bioavailability of calcium in foods is reviewed, with particular reference to the prevention of osteoporosis in humans, and methods of measuring bioavailability are evaluated and compared.

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