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Metabolism of trace elements in lactating dairy cows: perspectives of selenium and iodine in animal health and human nutrition



Metabolism of trace elements in lactating dairy cows: perspectives of selenium and iodine in animal health and human nutrition



Proceedings of the Nutrition Society of New Zealand 22: 174-183



Cow milk contains a range of minor and trace elements, some of which are at concentrations sufficient to contribute significantly to human diets while others are low. Improving dietary intake of elements such as Ca, Fe, I, and Se by enhancing the trace element content of cow milk and milk products is an area of considerable interest and opportunity.

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