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Plant sources of vitamin A and human nutrition: red palm oil does the job

Studies in India demonstrate that the beta-carotene in red palm oil is as effective as high-dose retinyl palmitate as a supplement to restore and preserve vitamin A nutriture in schoolchildren and may be an effective food-based strategy to combat hypovitaminosis A.

Journal Title: Nutrition reviews October 1998, Vol.56(10), pp.309-11
Main Author: Solomons, N W
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Language: English
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