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SELECTED READINGS

Herbert V, ed. Symposium: prooxidant effects of antioxidant vitamins. J Nutr 1996;126(Suppl):1197S-227S.

Institute of Medicine. How should recommended dietary allowances be revised? Washington, DC: National Academy Press, 1994;1-36.

Nielsen FH, Johnson WT, Milne DB, eds. Workshop on new approaches, endpoints and paradigms for RDAs of mineral elements. J Nutr 1996;126(Suppl):2299S-495S.

Roche AF, ed. Nutritional essentiality: a changing paradigm. Report of the 12th Ross Conference on Medical Research. Columbus, OH: Ross Products Division, Abbott Laboratories, 1993.

Sauberlich HE, Machlin LJ, eds. Beyond deficiency. New views on the function and health effects of nutrients. Ann NY Acad Sci 1992;669:1-404.

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