Adequate intake of iron supplements and sources of nonheme iron
content was quantified based on the ferrozine method developed by Carter (1971).
The study found that heme iron consumption increased the risk for coronary heart disease by 57 percent, while no association was found between nonheme iron
, which is in plant and other non-meat sources, and coronary heart disease.
requires gastric acid for conversion to the ferrous form for absorption.
, which can significantly affect its absorption and can inhibit bioavailable zinc absorption.
As noted in the chart, combine plant nonheme iron
sources, such as lentils and green leafy vegetables, with foods that are high in vitamin C, such as orange juice.
These in vivo MR results were correlated with previously published postmortem data on age-related increases of nonheme iron
7) In both studies, nonheme iron
in the diet wasn't linked to a higher risk of diabetes.
Vitamin A and B-carotene can improve nonheme iron
absorption from rice, wheat and corn by humans.
The role of vitamin A on the inhibitors of nonheme iron
absorption: preliminary results.
Meat protein fractions enhance nonheme iron
absorption in humans.
Topics of the ten papers include the biodistribution of metal ions, medicinal inorganic chemistry, the chemical toxicology of metals and metalloids, charge transport in biological molecules, bioorganometallic chemistry, interactions with metal ions, the bioorganic side of nucleic acid chemistry, nuclease and peptidase models, metalloporphyrins and metalloporphyrinoids, model complexes for enzymes containing vanadium, model complexes for enzymes containing molydbenum and tungsten, structural and functional models for oxygen-activated nonheme iron
enzymes, model chemistry of iron-sulfur protein active sites and model complexes of enzymes containing nickel.