βρω 2-3 παραπομπη
ρωτήσω για bio/ανεπεξεργαστο in greg x 2 + mine search for "organic rice arsneic" in Pub και εδω, + Gen (arsenic rice + organic term) / can certainly choose other grains, like sorghum—that’s my favorite rice substitute.
differences in arsenic for rice and organic rice /There are wonderful grains such as oats, quinoa, teff, millet, buckwheat, or sorghum as highlighted in the video. => see also my list
- GFD include withdrawal of wheat, barley, rye, contaminated oats, spelt, kamut, triticale, malt, or their hybridized strains.
3. fiber με παραπομπή greger κ παραθέτω ωμο τροφές
especially those rich in fibers => legums + GF grains/pseudo-cereals, especially in original shape
so, whatever diet you choose for whatever reason, make sure you’re getting enough fiber => DD + my ωμο τροφές
Κινόα Καστανό ρύζι Άγριο ρύζι Φαγόπυρο Σόργο Τοπιόκα Κεχρί Κόκκος αμάρανθου Τεφ Αραρούτι Βρώμη => compare με δικά μου
4. processed με dried fruti, nuts
5. 3. rest tips που δίνει η 1η δημοσίευση
Heavy Metal Accumulation with Gluten-free Diet
It is recognized that fish and rice, often a component of gluten-free diets, have high concentrations of some heavy metals, including arsenic, mercury, lead and cadmium. .
In a recent population survey, patients consuming gluten-free diets were evaluated for different heavy metals in blood and urine.
- Results showed that total blood mercury, lead and cadmium levels were higher in those on a gluten-free diet.
- Urine levels of arsenic were also increased. These findings were particularly significant for those on a gluten-free diet.
Μόλις προσθέσω 3 συμβουλές σε διατροφή προχωρήσω παρακάτω : => δείτε τα 2 συνηθισμένα λάθη που κάνουν οι ανθρωποι που ξεκινούν αυτήν την διατροφή και πως να τα απου΄γετε
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Wheat makes substantial contribution to diet and health, particularly providing dietary fibers, B vitamins (B1, B2, B3, B6, B9) and mineral micronutrients, notably iron, zinc, and selenium => compare in crono for white and dar
Hence, restricting wheat intake, without the guided support of a well-trained Registered Dietician, Nutritionist, or Physician can have serious consequences for the intake of essential nutrients and other beneficial components.
GF menus are significantly lower in micro and macro, and higher fat. Equivalent sources of essential nutrients must be provided.
A common misnomer is that GF substitute foods are healthy. There is no evidence to support such a claim. On the contrary, GF foods are calorie rich and nutrient poor.
Restricting the intake of wheat in the diet can have serious consequences for the intake of essential nutrients and other beneficial components unless equivalent sources of these are provided.
GFD is an unbalanced diet that buries in its lap multiple nutritional deficiencies.
It is known that gluten restricted products are of poorer nutritional value.
There are two main sources for toxic or potentially deleterious compounds, while consuming GFD.
The first one is due to the common consumption of fish and rice. Both have increased levels of heavy metals like lead, cadmium, mercury, and arsenic.
In a recent study, persons following GFD, including non-celiac patients, had increased urinary levels of arsenic and blood levels of mercury, lead, and cadmium compared to persons consuming gluten
The second potential source of toxic harmful compounds is the enzymes used as food additives in the processed food gluten free products .
GFD Side Effects: Closing the Gaps
To avoid the detrimental effect of GFD, you need a personalized nutrition, tailored to the individual needs by a gluten knowledgeable RDN
2. increasing the intake of fruits and vegetables, encouraging natural GF foods (εδώ βάλω DD) /
The effect of biomagnification on fish depends on the Hg chemical species involved and the feeding habit. Inorganic Hg is absorbed from 10 to 27% in the digestive tract of fish. It has rapid excretion (half-life < 7 months, Wiener et al., 2002) and generally inorganic Hg concentrations decrease with growth, being diluted by the larger mass of these animals at higher levels of the trophic chain (Wang and Wong, 2003). On the other hand, MeHg has high absorption rates in the digestive tract (>90%, Wiener et al., 2002), its excretion is slow (half-life > 2 years and 9 months; Wiener et al., 2002) and it is mainly accumulated in the muscles (Dominique et al., 2007; Kasper et al., 2009), so that biomagnification of MeHg is more prominent compared to inorganic Hg
Mercury is a prominent environmental contaminant that causes detrimental effects to human health
Introduction: Neurotoxicity due to acute prenatal exposure to high-dose of mercury (Hg) is well documented.
However, the effect of prenatal exposure to low Hg levels on child neurodevelopment and the question about "safety" of fish-eating during pregnancy remain controversial.
Materials and methods: The Mediterranean (Italy, Slovenia, Croatia, and Greece) cohort study included 1308 mother-child pairs enrolled in the Public Health Impact of long-term, low-level, Mixed Element exposure in a susceptible population EU Sixth Framework Programme (PHIME).
Results: Median THg (ng/g) was: 704 in maternal hair, 2.4 in maternal blood, 3.6 in cord blood, and 0.6 in breast milk.
THg concentrations were highest in Greece and lowest in Slovenia.
Conclusions: This study showed an inverse relation between THg levels and developmental motor scores at 18 months, although the evidence was weak and partially internally and externally inconsistent. No evidence of detrimental effects of THg was found for cognitive and language outcomes at these concentrations and age.
Aegean Sea albacore (T. alalunga).
To provide information for consumers and biomonitoring programs and assess the potential human health risks, concentrations of mercury (Hg), cadmium (Cd) and lead (Pb) were determined in albacore edible muscle samples from two fishing grounds of the Aegean Sea.
Of the 82 individuals, 28 contained Cd above the permissible limits set by the European Union.
Potential health risks to human via dietary intake of albacore were estimated and indicated that the consumers could acquire health problems due to consumption of Aegean Sea albacore.
Mercury, Cd, and Pb as non-essential elements can be very harmful even at low concentrations.
Mercury is a toxic element to human and fish are acknowledged to be the largest source of Hg for humans.
3.2.1. Mercury In the present study, all the albacore tuna analysed contained Hg.
Mercury levels ranged between 0.249 and 0.938 mg kg−1 wet wt (mean: 0.480 ± 0.152 mg kg−1 wet wt) in NASSA, significantly higher to those detected in the SASSA samples (from 0.141 to 0.753 mg kg−1 wet wt; mean: 0.401 ± 0.154 mg kg−1 wet wt).
The legal EU maximum limit of Hg was set at 1.000 mg kg−1 wet wt for fish . In the present study, none of the samples contained Hg above EU maximum limit. However, fourteen NASSA and eleven SASSA albacores (in total 30.5%) had concentrations above 0.500 mg kg−1 wet wt. => δω όριο από εκείνη την μελέτη που λέει ότι ΕU is πιο αυστησρή
all Aegean Sea albacore samples contained Cd. Detected cadmium levels ranged from 0.022 to 0.669 mg kg−1 wet wt in NASSA, significantly higher to those measured in the SASSA samples.
Twenty NASSA and eight SASSA samples (in total 34.2%) had concentrations above permitted EU limit for cadmium in fish (0.100 mg kg−1 wet wt).
3.3. THQs of Mercury, Cadmium and Lead and TTHQs
TTHQs were ranged between 1.353 and 5.213 or 0.078 and 4.058 for NASSA or SASSA albacore samples, respectively and indicated that the consumers could acquire health problems due to consumption of Aegean Sea albacore.
With an exception of two values, belonging to SASSA albacores, mercury THQs values were calculated >1, indicating potential health risks for the consumers.
4.1. Metals Bioaccumulation
that larger, older fish have generally higher concentrations of Hg than smaller, younger fish.
As well known, Mediterranean albacores exhibit the highest Hg contamination among albacore populations (New Zealand, Spanish Atlantic, Northeast US Pacific area, Western/Central Pacific area.
Moreover, it was reported that muscle total mercury concentrations are up to tenfold higher in <10 kg Mediterranean albacores than Pacific albacores of a similar size [46,47].
4.2. Possible Human Health Risks
Out of 82 mercury THQs values calculated for Aegean Sea albacores, 80 were >1 until maximum 5.040 and therefore they were of concern.
Moreover, except one albacore from the SASSA area, all the TTHQ index values from our study resulted in excess, indicating that the consumers could experience adverse health effects due to consumption of Aegean Sea albacore.
The current study revealed that Hg had the highest mean concentration among tested elements, followed by Cd and Pb either in NASSA or SASSA Aegean Sea albacores. However, Hg concentrations of all samples were below the legal EU limit (2006).
In contrast, TTHQs values due to consumption of Aegean Sea albacore indicated that human health risk might be of concern. Consumers should take this result into consideration.
Regarding EU limits (2006), twenty-eight samples (34.2%) contained Cd higher than the limit.
Heavy metal contamination of the aquatic environment is of worldwide concern, due to the toxicity of metals and their lethal effects on aquatic organisms.
ρυζι χωρισ αρσενικο 10-100 / 10
ελληνικο ρυζι αρσενικο 10-100 / 20
ρυζι αρσενικο 10-100 / 0-10
βιολογικο ρυζι αρσενικο 10-100 / 0-10
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