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21:36 EST 29th January 2015 | BioPortfolio

Original Source: Effect of Coca-Cola on Iron Absorption

The aim of this project is to measure the effect of Coca-Cola and Diet Coke, relative to mineral water, on non-haem iron absorption. The results from this study will quantify any enhancing effect of Coca-Cola or Diet Coke on non-haem iron absorption and will be of use to the Coca-Cola Company and the scientific and nutrition community in evaluating the nutritional value of these products.

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Emerging iron deficiency in teens 'down to energy drinks'

Rising levels of iron deficiency among teenage girls could be linked to an increase in the amount of energy drinks they consume, it has been claimed.

Minor Hemoglobins Other Than A2 in Iron Deficiency

This study evaluated the significance of minor hemoglobins in patients with iron deficiency anemia. Laboratory Medicine

MxIRT1 Overexpression Increases Iron and Zinc in Rice

Iron and zinc are essential minerals not just for plants but also in human nutrition. Iron deficiency could lead to death, which has been evident in developing countries with high rice consumption. Th...

'Novel' oral iron drug accepted for review in Europe

Shield Therapeutics has had its European filing for a novel oral iron replacement drug accepted for review by the EMA. Feraccru (ST10, ferric maltol), for the treatment for iron deficiency anemia (IDA...

Iron issue 'down to energy drinks'

Rising levels of iron deficiency among teenage girls could be linked to an increase in the amount of energy drinks they consume, it has been claimed.

Takeda returns AMAG's iron replacement drug following sNDA trouble

Takeda has been commercializing the product as Feraheme in Canada and Rienso in the EU for the treatment of iron deficiency anemia (IDA) in patients with chronic kidney disease (CKD). It also held rig...

UPDATE 1-Coke, J&J join big companies behind new employee wellness push

(Adds comments from Coke, J&J executives, paragraphs 6 and 11-13)

Study reveals toddlers' diets at risk of iron deficiency

Most toddlers are at risk of not getting enough iron in their diets, a QUT nutritionist has warned.

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Identification, Prevention and Treatment of Iron Deficiency during the First 1000 Days.

Iron deficiency is a global problem across the life course, but infants and their mothers are especially vulnerable to both the development and the consequences of iron deficiency. Maternal iron defic...

Comparative Evaluation of Iron Deficiency among Obese and Non-obese Children.

Obese children are at the risk of micronutrient deficiency especially iron deficiency. Given the importance of iron deficiency in this age group and considering the existing discrepancies, present stu...

Iron deficiency and digestive disorders.

Iron deficiency anemia still remains problematic worldwide. Iron deficiency without anemia is often undiagnosed. We reviewed, in this study, symptoms and syndromes associated with iron deficiency with...

Iron deficiency in infancy: is an immigrant more at risk?

Iron deficiency with or without anaemia is the most common deficiency in the world. Its prevalence is higher in developing countries and in low socioeconomic populations. We aimed at determining and c...

Iron sensors and signals in response to iron deficiency.

The transcription of genes involved in iron acquisition in plants is induced under iron deficiency, but our understanding of iron sensors and signals remains limited. Iron Deficiency-responsive Elemen...

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