Food fortification is found to improve children's nutrient intake

02/6/2014 | Reuters

Consumption of fortified food supplied children and teens with many vitamins and minerals, including vitamin D, thiamin and folate, according to a study in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. However, despite the additional nutrients found in fortified-food sources, many young people still failed to meet the estimated average requirement for vitamins A, C and D for their age and gender.

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