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Zinc bioavailability in rats fed a plant-based diet: a study of fermentation and zinc supplementation.

Lazarte, Claudia LU ; Vargas, Mirian and Granfeldt, Yvonne LU (2015) In Food & Nutrition Research 59.
Abstract
Zinc deficiency is a significant problem, in developing countries and in vegetarians, which can be caused by plant-based diets. Thus, dietary strategies, such as fermentation, to improve zinc bioavailability of diets should be investigated.
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fermentation, zinc bioavailability, phytate, plant-based diets, Wistar, rats
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Food & Nutrition Research
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59
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Co-action Publishing
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  • pmid:26626410
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1654-661X
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10.3402/fnr.v59.27796
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English
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  title        = {Zinc bioavailability in rats fed a plant-based diet: a study of fermentation and zinc supplementation.},
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  volume       = {59},
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