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43: TIN

Tin is an essential element for the growth of rats, but whether this applies to human growth is not known.

TIN INTAKE

The safe and adequate intake is not known.

 

FIGURE 60: TIN CONTENT OF SOME FOODS

  FOOD   TIN CONTENT
  (micrograms per 100 grams of food)
Foods in contact with tin plate, not-resin coated (this tin is only poorly absorbed by food) 10000-15000
Cereals 100-800
Fresh meat 100
Fresh vegetables 100

 

Elements
- Sodium
- Potassium
- Calcium
- Magnesium
- Iron
- Phosporus
- Sulphur
- Chlorine
- Copper
- Zinc
- Iodine
- Fluorine
- Chromium
- Manganese
- Selenium
- Cobalt
- Molybdenum
- Nickel
Tin
- Silicon
- Vanadium
- Cadmium

Also on this page:

-  Tin intake
-  Figure 60: Tin
   content of some food

 

 

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