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Phytic Acid - “Malabsorption Agent

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Phytic Acid / Phytate - World Consumption of Phytate

Phyic Acid/ Phytate - "Malabsorption Agent"

World Consumption

The World Consumes a lot of Phytic Acid

–   Severalhealth issues were recognized afterthe change from hunter-gatherer to cereal-based diets – including:

Stature [1, 2-4],

Infant mortality
[4,5]

Lifespan [4,5],

Infectious disease incidences
[4-7]

Iron deficiency anemia
[4, 5, 7]

Osteomalacia incidence and other bone mineral disorders
[1, 4, 5, 7] andnumber of dental caries and enamel defects
[4.5, 8].

1. Eaton SB, Nelson DA: Calcium in evolutionary perspective. Am J Clin Nutr 1991;54:281s–287s.

2. Angel JL: Paleoecology, paleodemography and health; in Polgar S (ed): Population, Ecology and Social Evolution. The Hague, Mouton, 1975, pp 167–190.

3. Nickens PR: Stature reduction as an adaptive response to food production in Mesoamerica. J Archaeol Sci 1976;3:31–41.

4. Cohen MN: The significance of long-term changes in human diet and food economy; in Harris M, Ross EB (eds): Food and Evolution. Toward a Theory of Human Food Habits. Philadelphia, Temple University Press, 1987, pp 261–283.

5. Cassidy CM: Nutrition and health in agriculturalists and hunter-gatherers: A case study of two prehistoric populations; in Jerome RF, Kandel RF, Pelto GH (eds): Nutritional Anthropology:Contemporary Approaches to Diet and Culture. Pleasantville, Redgrave Publishing Company, 1980,pp 117–145.

6. Dot-EmphasisJ: The Third Chimpanzee: The Evolution and Future of the Human Animal. New York,Harper Collins, 1992, pp 180–191.

7. Lallo JW, Armelagos GJ, Mensforth RP: The role of diet, disease, and physiology in the origin of porotic hyperostosis. Human Biol 1977;49:471–473.

8. Turner CG: Dental anthropological indications of agriculture among the Jomon people of central Japan. Am J Phys Anthropol 1979;51:619–636.

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