•Divalent minerals may reduce bioaccessibility of lipophilic dietary constituents.•Reduced bioaccessibility of nutrients and phytochemicals due to low micellization.•Divalent minerals can complex free fatty acids producing insoluble soaps.•Poorly soluble bile salt production with divalent minerals.•Potential implications for supplement users or people with disturbed digestion.
Food Chemistry – Elsevier
Published: Jun 30, 2018
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