Evaluation of Riboflavin Intakes and Status of 20–64-Year-Old Adults in South Korea

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Choi, Ji; Kim, Young-Nam; Cho, Youn-OK;
(2014)
  • Publisher: Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute
  • Journal: Nutrients,volume 7,issue 1,pages253-264 (issn: 2072-6643, eissn: 2072-6643)
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  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.3390/nu7010253, pmc: PMC4303837
  • Subject: TX341-641 | Korean adults | riboflavin supplements | Article | Nutrition. Foods and food supply | urinary excretion | riboflavin intake; riboflavin status; urinary excretion; riboflavinsupplements; Korean adults | riboflavin status | riboflavin intake
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A recent Korea National Health and Nutrition Survey indicated inadequate riboflavin intake in Koreans, but there is limited research regarding riboflavin status in South Korea. The purpose of this study was to determine riboflavin intake and status of Korean adults. Thr... View more
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