The effects of a high-animal- and a high-vegetable-protein diet on mineral balance and bowel function of young men

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Dokkum, W. van ; Wesstra, A. ; Luyken, R. ; Hermus, R.J.J. (1986)

Twelve young men were given for periods of 20 d, each of three mixed diets, namely a low-protein (LP) diet (9% total energy as protein, 67% of animal origin), a high-animal-protein (HA) diet (16% total energy as protein, 67% of animal origin) and a high-vegetable-protei... View more
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