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Differentiation of phosphorus in food and determination of the zinc content of complete hospital diets



Differentiation of phosphorus in food and determination of the zinc content of complete hospital diets



Aktuelle Ernahrungsmedizin 13(3): 92-97



The daily intake of phosphorus in western diets is higher than the recommended dietary allowances. Most P in foodstuffs is bound in the form of phytic acid (Pa). Pa is widespread in many plants especially in seeds. P, bound in Pa, is not available to man, as it cannot be degraded by endogenous enzymes in the digestive tract. No data on daily intakes of Pa with mixed or vegetarian diets are as yet available in the German Federal Republic.

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