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Record number 400612
Title Vitamin A equivalency and apparent absorption of ß-carotene in ileostomy subjects using a dual-isotope dilution technique
Author(s) Bouwman, C.A.; Naber, T.H.J.; Breemen, R.B. van; Zhu, D.; Dicke, H.; Siebelink, E.; Hulshof, P.J.M.; Russel, F.G.M.; Schaafsma, G.; West, C.E.
Source British Journal of Nutrition 103 (2010)12. - ISSN 0007-1145 - p. 1836 - 1843.
DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0007114509993849
Department(s) Chair Nutrition and Health over the Lifecourse
Chair Nutrition and Disease
Chair Nutrition Metabolism and Genomics
VLAG
Publication type Refereed Article in a scientific journal
Publication year 2010
Keyword(s) mass-spectrometry - bioavailability - retinol - humans - volunteers - adults - bioefficacy - spinach - carrots - meals
Abstract The objective was to quantify the vitamin A equivalency of ß-carotene in two diets using a dual-isotope dilution technique and the apparent ß-carotene absorption as measured by the oral–faecal balance technique. Seventeen healthy adults with an ileostomy completed the 4-week diet-controlled, cross-over intervention study. Each subject followed both diets for 2 weeks: a diet containing vegetables low in ß-carotene content with supplemental ß-carotene in salad dressing oil (‘oil diet’; mean ß-carotene intake 3·1 mg/d) and a diet containing vegetables and fruits high in ß-carotene content (‘mixed diet’; mean ß-carotene intake 7·6 mg/d). Daily each subject consumed a mean of 190 µg [13C10]ß-carotene and 195 µg [13C10]retinyl palmitate in oil capsules. The vitamin A equivalency of ß-carotene was calculated as the dose-corrected ratio of [13C5]retinol to [13C10]retinol in serum. Apparent absorption of ß-carotene was determined with oral–faecal balance. Isotopic data quantified a vitamin A equivalency of [13C10]ß-carotene in oil of 3·6:1 (95 % CI 2·8, 4·6) regardless of dietary matrices differences. The apparent absorption of (labelled and dietary) ß-carotene from the ‘oil diet’ (30 %) was 1·9-fold higher than from the ‘mixed diet’ (16 %). This extrinsic labelling technique can measure precisely the vitamin A equivalency of ß-carotene in oil capsules, but it does not represent the effect of different dietary matrices
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