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Estimation of zinc intake in adults with duplicate or basket method - a comparison


Mengen und Spurenelemente 11 Arbeitstagung, Leipzig, 12/13 Dezember 1991: 487-494
Estimation of zinc intake in adults with duplicate or basket method - a comparison
In comparative studies zinc intake of adult was estimated using the duplicate or basket method. According to the duplicate method, Zn intake was 7.5 and 9.7 mg/day in women and men, respectively. The difference was due to higher food intake in men. WHO requirements were met, except in one of the groups. Calculated daily Zn intake, estimated by the basket method, was 10.6 and 13.4 mg for men and women.


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