The Nutritional Trace Metals

The Nutritional Trace Metals

Author(s): Conor Reilly

Print ISBN: 9781405110402

Online ISBN: 9780470774786

DOI: 10.1002/9780470774786


"This book discusses the role played by trace metals in human metabolism. It is intended for use by food scientists in fields such as food fortification as well as nutritionists, dietitians and other health professionals wanting to learn more about trace metals as dietary components."
Food Science & Technology Abstracts, Vol 37 (3) 2005

"This book covers the roles played by trace elements in human metabolism. It provides information on thir nature and function, and discusses reports from the specialist literature, highlighting current thinking concerning the effect of these trace elements.
This book will be particularly useful for undergraduates in dietetics and nutrition courses and will be of value to medical and pharmaceutical and other healthprofessionals, including alternative health practitioners.
It could also serve as a reference book for food scientists and technologists, as well as for administrators and others in the food industry who need to nore more about the nutritional trace elements that occur in processed and other foods either naturally or added in fortification."
CAB Abstracts, 2005

"The Nutritional Trace Metals is a unique reference source for food scientists and technologists (espicially those involved in food fortification and pharmaceutical product formulation. i.e. nutraceuticals and functional foods), dietiticans and other health professionals, including physicians, who wish to know more about these vital components of the diet."

International Journal of Food Science and Technology 2005

"...essential reading for public health professionals."

"The selenium chapter is a tour de force with a wide ranging discussion on the magnitude and implications of selenium defiency".

"This is a fine addition to the body of available literature on trace metals of nutritional significance and covers teh important trace elements including iron, zinc, copper, selenium, manganese, molybdenum, etc".

Maternal and Child Nutrition Volume 2 Issue 2 April 2006