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- Patanwala, Imran; King, Maria J; Barrett, David A; Rose, John; Jackson, Ralph; Hudson, Mark; Philo, Mark; Dainty, Jack R; Wright, Anthony JA; Finglas, Paul M; Jones, David E
- TheAmerican journal of clinical nutrition 2014 v.100 no.2 pp. 593-599
- food fortification, etc ; absorbed dose; administered dose; biotransformation; blood; chronic exposure; clinical nutrition; cross-over studies; dihydrofolate reductase; humans; ingestion; intestinal mucosa; liver; methylation; portal vein; rodents; tetrahydrofolic acid; Show all 17 Subjects
- ... Background: Current thinking, which is based mainly on rodent studies, is that physiologic doses of folic acid (pterylmonoglutamic acid), such as dietary vitamin folates, are biotransformed in the intestinal mucosa and transferred to the portal vein as the natural circulating plasma folate, 5-methyltetrahydrofolic acid (5-MTHF) before entering the liver and the wider systemic blood supply.Objectiv ...
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- Spiro, A.; Buttriss, J. L.
- Nutrition bulletin 2014 v.39 no.4 pp. 322-350
- food fortification, etc ; blood; bone resorption; dietary recommendations; dietary surveys; eating habits; elderly; fatty fish; foods; health care workers; health services; immigration; issues and policy; morbidity; muscles; nutrient intake; osteomalacia; public health; quality of life; rickets; risk; vitamin D; vitamin D deficiency; vitamin status; Finland; Show all 25 Subjects
- ... In recent years, there have been reports suggesting a high prevalence of low vitamin D intakes and vitamin D deficiency or inadequate vitamin D status in Europe. Coupled with growing concern about the health risks associated with low vitamin D status, this has resulted in increased interest in the topic of vitamin D from healthcare professionals, the media and the public. Adequate vitamin D status ...
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