Relevance of Trace Element Supplements in Women of Different Ages

  • A. Favier

Abstract

Trace element supplementation projects in women bring up specific problems. These are a reflection of the action of hormones on the metabolism of trace elements. Conversely the hormonal metabolism is dependent, at many steps, on various trace elements and hence can be modified by nutritional deficiencies. The adequacy of trace element intake is most important during the major hormonal changes that rhythm women’s life.

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Gestational Diabetes Zinc Deficiency Spina Bifida Serum Zinc Serum Copper 
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  • A. Favier
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  1. 1.GREPO Research Group on Oxidative Pathologies, Faculty of PharmacyUniversity of GrenobleLa TroncheFrance

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