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In Dietary Reference Intakes by Institute of Medicine (US) Panel on Micronutrients we can read that RDA for adult men and women is 45 μg/day. The average dietary intake of molybdenum by adult men and women is 109 and 76 μg/day, respectively. Biego and his coworkers1 in 1998 reported an average molybdenum concentration of 4 μg/L in human milk with stage of ...


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A healthy diet requires protein, fats, fibre, vitamins, minerals carbohydrates and water. The reason athletes use protein is because by exercising they damage their muscles, and protein needs to be available for a fast recovery. If you consume just the right amount of (whey) protein - you'll be fine, it is usually high in quality and has all the amino acids ...


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Diet.com suggests that molybdenum sources in food are between 57% and 88% efficient in absorption rates nutritionally, and additionally lists milk content as 4.9 μg per cup, which is much lower than the suggestions elsewhere. This may be a good lower bound for calculation. However, remember that the tolerable upper limit for adults is considered to be 0.6 mg ...


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