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Dietary selenium intakes of young Brisbane children

Dietary selenium intakes of young Brisbane children

Proceedings of the Nutrition Society of Australia 14: 127

Selenium intake of preschool children in the Brisbane metropolitan area was studied using a 24 h dietary record, a food frequency questionnaire and estimation of Se in foods commonly eaten by this age group. Results are summarized. Se intake was above the recommended 30 micro g, daily in 96% of the children and more than 70% of the recommended intake in the others.

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