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The nutritional status of New Zealanders with respect to manganese, copper, zinc and cadmium--a review


, : The nutritional status of New Zealanders with respect to manganese, copper, zinc and cadmium--a review. New Zealand Medical Journal 87(603): 3-8

The information currently available for assessing the manganese, copper, zinc and cadmium status of New Zealanders was reviewed. By comparison with current standards the status of manganese and zinc in New Zealanders appears to be adequate and the body burden of cadmium is low. The Cu status of some New Zealanders could be inadequate.

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