Foods contributing to absolute intake and variance in intake of selected vitamins, minerals and dietary fiber in middle-aged japanese

Auteur(s) :
Tokudome S., Fujiwara N., Ikeda M., Imaeda N., Kitagawa I., Tokudome Y.
Date :
Oct, 1999
Source(s) :
JOURNAL OF NUTRITIONAL SCIENCE AND VITAMINOLOGY. #45:5 p519-532
Adresse :
"TOKUDOME S,NAGOYA CITY UNIV,SCH MED DEPT PUBL HLTH MIZUHO KU;NAGOYA,AICHI 4678601 JAPANtokudome@med.nagoya-cu.ac.jp"

Sommaire de l'article

« Using 351 one-day weighed diet records, we selected foods providing vitamins, minerals and dietary fiber according to contribution analysis (CA) and multiple regression analysis (MRA). Vitamin C was supplied by various vegetables and fruits, and carotene was specifically derived from green-yellow vegetables based on MRA as well as CA. Vitamin A was provided by green-yellow vegetables, fruits, chicken egg and milk (whole) according to CA; whereas chicken liver and pork liver were major sources according to MRA. Vitamin E was mainly of vegetable origin as determined by CA, and largely of spinach, safflower oil and pumpkin as determined by MRA. Vitamin D was mainly derived from chicken egg, fish and mushroom based on CA, and particularly from fish based on MRA. Calcium was supplied by milk (whole), soy products and chicken egg as determined by CA; while milk, tofu and various small fishes were the main contributors to variance. Magnesium was provided by soy products, well-milled rice and spinach according to both analyses, and iron by chicken egg, spinach and soy products. Zinc was largely derived from well-milled rice, followed by chicken egg and milk (whole) as determined by CA, and copper was provided by well-milled rice, soy and wheat products. Dietary fiber was supplied by vegetable sources, whether water soluble or insoluble, based on both analytic methods. »

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