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Record number 401569
Title Physiological and public health basis for assessing micronutrient requirements in children and adolescents. The EURRECA network
Author(s) Iglesia, I.; Doets, E.L.; Bel-Serrat, S.; Roman, B.; Hermoso, M.; Quintana, X.; Rosario Garcia-Luzardo, M. Del; Santana-Salguero, B.; Garcia-Santos, Y.; Vucic, V.; Frost Andersen, L.; Perez-Rodrigo, C.; Aranceta, J.; Cavelaars, A.J.E.M.; Decsi, T.; Serra-Majem, L.; Gurinovic, M.; Cetin, I.; Koletzko, B.; Moreno, L.A.
Source Maternal and Child Nutrition 6 (2010)Suppl. 2. - ISSN 1740-8695 - p. 84 - 99.
Department(s) Chair Nutrition and Health over the Lifecourse
Chair Nutrition and Disease
Publication type Refereed Article in a scientific journal
Publication year 2010
Keyword(s) recommended dietary-allowances - nutrition - europe - bioavailability - values
Abstract This paper provides an overview of the current knowledge relating to the nutritional requirements and corresponding recommended nutrient intake values of children and adolescents for micronutrients and specificities related to these requirements in the course of childhood and adolescence in Europe. Aspects that can influence micronutrient requirements, such as physiological requirements and bioavailability of the nutrients in the organism, are discussed. The methodology used to obtain the data and also the main knowledge gaps regarding these concepts are emphasized. Methodological critical points in achieving the data and physiological aspects of children and adolescents are important in order to standardize the reference values for micronutrients among Europe for these stages of life
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