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Folic Acid Food Fortification in Canada

Food Fortification with Folic Acid: Has the Other Shoe Dropped?

Economic evaluation of folic acid food fortification in The Netherlands

Acetic acid induces a programmed cell death process in the food spoilage yeast Zygosaccharomyces bailii

β-Glucosidase activities of lactic acid bacteria: mechanisms, impact on fermented food and human health

The food additive vanillic acid controls transgene expression in mammalian cells and mice

Gonimbrasia belina (Lepidoptera: Saturniidae): a Nutritional Food Source Rich in Protein, Fatty Acids, and Minerals

Prokaryotes and the input of polyunsaturated fatty acids to the marine food web

Birthweight in a fishing community: significance of essential fatty acids and marine food contaminants

Expanding the docosahexaenoic acid food web for sustainable production: engineering lower plant pathways into higher plants

Production of phenyllactic acid by lactic acid bacteria: an approach to the selection of strains contributing to food quality and preservation

Assessment of frans-Fatty Acid Intake with a Food Frequency Questionnaire and Validation with Adipose Tissue Levels of frans-Fatty Acids

Folic acid levels in some food staples in Ireland are on the decline: implications for passive folic acid intakes?

Validity of Estimated Dietary Eicosapentaenoic Acid and Docosahexaenoic Acid Intakes Determined by Interviewer-Administered Food Frequency Questionnaire Among Older Adults With Mild-to-Moderate Cognitive Impairment or Dementia

In response to: ‘Folic acid levels in some food staples in Ireland are on the decline: implications for passive folic acid intakes?’ (Kelly et al. 2016;38(2):265–9)

A comparative analysis of the fatty acid composition of sexual and asexual eggs of Daphnia magna and its plasticity as a function of food quality

Evaluation of a Food Frequency Questionnaire with Weighed Records, Fatty Acids, and Alpha-Tocopherol in Adipose Tissue and Serum

 

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These terms refer to the residue of the metabolism of foods. The mineral salts of  sodium, potassium, magnesium, and calcium are base-forming, while phosphorus, sulphur, and chlorine are acid-forming. Which of these predominates in foods determines whether the residue is acidic or basic (alkaline); meat, cheese, eggs, and cereals leave an acidic residue, while milk, vegetables, and some fruits leave a basic residue. Fats and sugars have no mineral content and so leave a neutral residue. Although fruits have an acid taste due to organic acids and their salts, the acids are completely oxidized and the sodium and potassium salts form an alkaline residue.

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