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Current micronutrient recommendations in Europe: towards understanding their difference... - 0 views

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    Current micronutrient recommendations in Europe: towards understanding their differences and similarities.
    Doets EL, de Wit LS, Dhonukshe-Rutten RA, Cavelaars AE, Raats MM, Timotijevic L, Brzozowska A, Wijnhoven TM, Pavlovic M, Totland TH, Andersen LF, Ruprich J, Pijls LT, Ashwell M, Lambert JP, van 't Veer P, de Groot LC.
    Eur J Nutr. 2008 Apr;47 Suppl 1:17-40.
    PMID: 18427858
    DOI: 10.1007/s00394-008-1003-5

    Full text:

    http://www.eurreca.org/downloadattachment/3199/1535/ejn%201003ov.pdf
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Welcome to Eurreca! - 0 views

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    As populations become more mobile and multi-national, and more traditional foods become available internationally, harmonised recommendations based on up-to-date science are needed.

    EURRECA is a Network of Excellence whose members are scientists, nutrition societies, consumer organisations, small & medium-sized enterprises and wider stakeholders funded by the European Commission (EC) to work together to address the problem of national variations in micronutrient recommendation
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Opinion of the Scientific Committee on Food on the Tolerable Upper Intake Level of Vita... - 0 views

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    Opinion
    of the Scientific Committee on Food
    on
    the Tolerable Upper Intake Level of Vitamin D
    (expressed on 4 December 2002)
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European Nutrition and Health Report 2004 (several free full text PDFs available) - 0 views

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    European Nutrition and Health Report 2004 - Directory of several studies
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Nutritional Situation of the Elderly in the European Union: Data of the European Nutrit... - 0 views

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    Nutritional Situation of the Elderly in the European Union: Data of the European Nutrition and Health Report (2004)
    Elisabeth Fabian, Ibrahim Elmadfa
    Ann Nutr Metab 2008;52 (Suppl. 1):57-61 (DOI: 10.1159/000115352)
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Average European 'is overweight' - BBC NEWS | Health - 0 views

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    The Maltese and the Greeks are the heavyweights of Europe, figures from the European Commission reveal.
    The Italians and French the most trim, while the average Briton - like the average European - is slightly over the ideal weight.

    Obesity, which is linked to a range of health problems, including heart disease, is a growing problem across much of the developed world.
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European nutrition and health report ... - Google-teoshaku - 0 views

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    European nutrition and health report 2004
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European Nutrition and Health Report 2009 - Downloads - 0 views

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    Leaflet of the European Nutrition and Health Report 2009

    Executive summary of the European Nutrition and Health Report 2004
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Immune Protect with Paractin, 30 vegetarian capsules [00955] - 0 views

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    Immune Protect with PARACTIN® contains a combination of patented ingredients that have been clinically shown to boost immune function, increasing the body's natural ability to combat challenges.*

    Immune Protect with PARACTIN® provides 100 milligrams of a proprietary, patented form of betaglucan that has been proven to activate the host immune system's primary defenders by activating complementary systems, enhancing macrophages and natural killer cell function.7-12* The immune cell-priming capabilities of this patented, highly purified yeast derivative exceed those of all other sources of immune supplements tested to date
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EFSA sets lower tolerable intake level for cadmium in food - 0 views

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    The European Food Safety Authority's Panel on contaminants in the food chain has set a reduced tolerable weekly intake (TWI)[1] for cadmium of 2.5 micrograms per kilogram of body weight (µg/kg bw), based on an analysis of new data. The TWI is the level at which adverse effects are not expected. Average dietary exposure to cadmium for adults across Europe is around this level. Some population groups - vegetarians, children, smokers and people living in highly contaminated areas - can have a higher level of exposure up to twice the TWI. However, the Panel concluded that even for these groups the risk of adverse effects would be very low. The Panel concluded that current exposure to cadmium at the level of the population should be reduced.
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