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1 Iron-fortified milk can improve iron status in young women with low iron stores
article 2004    
Author: Scholz-Ahrens, K.E. · Schaafsma, G. · Kip, P. · Elbers, F. · Boeing, H. · Schrezenmeir, J.
Keywords: Nutrition · Food and Chemical Risk Analysis · Iron enrichment milk (iron status women) · Iron status (iron enrichment of milk)
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2 Calcium intake is weakly but consistently negatively associated with iron status in girls and women in six European countries
article 1999    
Author: Vijver, L.P.L. van de · Kardinaal, A.F.M. · Charzewska, J. · Rotily, M. · Charles, P. · Maggiolini, M. · Ando, S. · Väänänen. K. · Wajszczyk, B. · Heikkinen, J. · Deloraine, A. · Schaafsma, G.
Keywords: Nutrition · Chemistry · Cross- sectional · Dietary calcium · Ferritin · Girls · Iron status · Transferrin saturation · Women · Calcium · Ferritin · Iron · Transferrin · Adolescent · Adult · Calcium intake · Dietary intake · Europe · Female · Human · Human experiment · Iron absorption · Iron blood level · Iron deficiency · Normal human · Regression analysis · School child · Adolescent · Adult · Aging · Ascorbic Acid · Body Height · Body Weight · Calcium, Dietary · Child · Dietary Proteins · Drug Interactions · Energy Intake · Europe · Female · Ferritins · Humans · Iron · Iron, Dietary · Nutritional Status · Transferrin
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