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Dialy intake of cadmium in Germany in 1996 determined with the duplicate portion technique


Dialy intake of cadmium in Germany in 1996 determined with the duplicate portion technique



Journal of Trace and Microprobe Techniques 17(1): 101-109



The daily cadmium intake in Germany in 1996 was studied using the duplicate portion technique. The study was carried out in four towns in Thuringia (Jena, Steudnitz, Rositz, Ronneburg), in which volunteers collected all foods and beverages over seven consecutive days. The mean cadmium content of the consumed food and beverages was 25 mug/kg dry matter, the average cadmium intake was 7.1 mug/day for women and 8.8 mug/day for men. These values are well below the WHO limit.

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