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The main characteristics of the calcium and phosphorus balance in different forms of protein vitamin deficiency






Voprosy Pitaniya (5): 43-47

The main characteristics of the calcium and phosphorus balance in different forms of protein vitamin deficiency

The effect of unbalanced nutrition on mineral metabolism is demonstrated. The leading role in the maintenance of Ca and P homeostasis was found to belong to vitamin D. Retinol, thiamin, riboflavin and pyridoxine as well as polyvitamin deficiencies are capable of producing an adverse effect on the Ca and P balance. Deficiency of food proteins results in an appreciable reduction in the blood mineral content and in another deterioration of the Ca and P balance. Different hypovitaminoses and protein deficiency are implicated in the development of rachitis.


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