However, as the result of recent research, information has been accumulating which points to the fact that all antirachitic agents are not utilised by the body in the same relative proportions. For instance, from the clinical standpoint it has been shown by Hess and his coworkers 1933 that more antirachitic units were required to prevent or cure rickets in children when ciosterol irradiated ergosterol was used than when cod liver oil was the method of administration. These clinical findings have found support from animal experiments. Thus, in work with chickens it was demonstrated that 100200 times the number of units was required if irradiated ergosterol was used instead of cod liver oil.
British Food Journal – Emerald Publishing
Published: Aug 1, 1937
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