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Iron bioavailability of a casein-based iron fortificant compared with that of ferrous sulfate in whole milk: a randomized trial with a crossover design in adult women.

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Summary of "Iron bioavailability of a casein-based iron fortificant compared with that of ferrous sulfate in whole milk: a randomized trial with a crossover design in adult women."

A highly soluble iron-casein complex has been developed for food fortification purposes with the aim to provide high iron bioavailability.

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Name: The American journal of clinical nutrition
ISSN: 1938-3207
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