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Updated in 2017/10/23 下午 10:47:18      Viewed: 397 times      (Journal Article)
The American journal of clinical nutrition 104 (1): 49-57 (2016)

Ultra-long-term human salt balance studies reveal interrelations between sodium, potassium, and chloride intake and excretion.

Anna Birukov , Natalia Rakova , Kathrin Lerchl , Rik Hg Olde Engberink , Bernd Johannes , Peter Wabel , Ulrich Moissl , Manfred Rauh , Friedrich C Luft , Jens Titze
ABSTRACT
The intake of sodium, chloride, and potassium is considered important to healthy nutrition and cardiovascular disease risk. Estimating the intake of these electrolytes is difficult and usually predicated on urine collections, commonly for 24 h, which are considered the gold standard. We reported on data earlier for sodium but not for potassium or chloride.
DOI: 10.3945/ajcn.116.132951      ISSN: 0002-9165