Micronutrients, their role in a modern lifestyle
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Micronutrients, their role in a modern lifestyle the Kellogg Nutrition Symposium by Kellogg Nutrition Symposium (1994)

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Published by International Life Sciences Institute in Lawrence, KS, USA .
Written in English


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Other titlesKellogg Nutrition Symposium
Statementguest scientific editor, Victor L. Fulgoni III.
SeriesNutrition reviews -- v. 53, no. 9, pt. 2
ContributionsFulgoni, Victor Louis.
The Physical Object
PaginationS45 p. :
Number of Pages45
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22364435M

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