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Micronutrient intake vs nutritional biochemistry: does it all add up?

Micronutrient intake vs nutritional biochemistry: does it all add up?
  • Endocrinology and metabolism
  • Phenylketonuria (PKU)

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Trace mineral status in PKU: Does it all add up? MacDonald

Anita MacDonald (UK) 

Anita MacDonald discusses trace mineral status in PKU. She reviews the biochemical and clinical impact of any change in micronutrient composition of protein substitutes that manufacturers have made over the years and micronutrient status of different age groups and looks especially at three trace minerals/minerals: zinc, selenium and iron.

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Workshop
Rome, Italy
Mar 22, 2012
Target audience
Dietitians, nutritionists, health professional
EACCME®
by Excemed
Endocrinology and metabolism