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1 ) Premature infants fed a vitamin E- free milk mixture, with or without inclusion of 5% of calories or fat in the form of linoleic acid, develop no apparent clinical evidence of tocopherol deficiency within a period as long as 195 days. a ) Characteristic changes in serum vitamin E level and...
Body composition changes were observed in six healthy adult males 21-52 years of age, while fasting for 10 days. Fluid was available ad libitum. The mean loss in body weight(7.30 kg) was densitometrically partitioned into a 3.46 kg loss of fat and a 3.84 kg loss in the fat-free body mass, which...
A study was made of the effect of low levels of iron (15 mg elemental Fe/day), trace-element supplementation (2 mg elemental Cu, 4 mg elemental Zn, 0.5 mg elemental Co/day), and anthelmintic treatment on the anemia of 144 Amazon Basin primary schoolchildren. In 24% of the chidren initial...
This study represents an attempt to assess the relative public health importance of anemia and intestinal parasites in a representative Amazon Basin primary school population and evaluates a public health approach to the problem. A study was made of the effect of the daily administration of low...
Vitamin E deficiency in the premature infant is associated with a hemolytic anemia. This anemia responds to tocopherol and the response is characterized by a rise in the hemoglobin and a fall in the reticulocyte count. Treatment of premature infants from birth wih supplemental vitamin E reduces...
The effect of four varieties of clay and of one soil sample upon 59 FeSO 4 and 59 Felabeled hemoglobin absorption was investigated in normal and iron-deficient subjects. The clays differed in effect depending upon their cation exchange capacity (CEC). Clay from Turkey with a high CEC was more...
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