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The vitamin c supply of the inhabitants of some regions of the central kazakh ssr


, : The vitamin c supply of the inhabitants of some regions of the central kazakh ssr. Voprosy Pitaniya (6): 60-61

The effect of the climatic conditions of the Betpak-Dala desert in the central Kazakh SSR [USSR] on the vitamin C supply of the inhabitants was studied in 250 healthy people aged 19-23. The ascorbic acid level in the blood plasma was different for various times of the year, and was dependent primarily on the ascorbic acid content in the food. In the summer, despite food levels of vitamin C equal to those in winter, the blood plasma vitamin C level was lower, indicating that the body's requirements for this vitamin are higher in summer and that a daily food level of 50-60 mg is insufficient. In setting standards for the vitamin content in the food of a population, not only occupation and age but also climate must be considered.


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