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Nutritive value of daily diets reconstructed in some regions of Poland. 6. Levels of retinol, beta -carotene and vitamin E



Nutritive value of daily diets reconstructed in some regions of Poland. 6. Levels of retinol, beta -carotene and vitamin E



Roczniki Panstwowego Zakadu Higieny 43(1): 45-51



Data on food consumption collected by the Central Statistical Bureau in Warsaw in 1986 regarding the daily diets (DD) of manual workers and white-collar workers with medium income in different regions of Poland. Retinol, beta -carotene and alpha -tocopherol in DD were estimated. The total content of vitamin A and vitamin E expressed as retinol equivalents and alpha -tocopherol equivalents, respectively, were calculated.

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