Nutrição e Exposição aos metais tóxicos e efeitos à saúde – Artigo 20
Neurotoxicity from prenatal and postnatal exposure to methylmercury
The extent to which postnatal methylmercury exposure contributes to neurobehavioral delays is
uncertain. Confounding may occur because the child's dietary exposure likely correlates with the
mother's. This conundrum was examined in the Faroese birth cohort 1 born in 1986–1987.
Exposure parameters included mercury concentrations in maternal hair at parturition, cord blood,
and child blood and hair at the ...
Nutrição e Exposição aos metais tóxicos e efeitos à saúde – Artigo 19
Mercury contamination in Southern New England coastal fisheries and dietary habits of recreational anglers and their families: Implications to human health and issuance of consumption advisories
Total mercury (Hg) was measured in coastal fishes from Southern New England (RI, USA), and Hg exposure was estimated for anglers and family members that consumed these resources. Fish Hg was positively related to total length (n = 2028 across 7 fish species), and interspecies differences ...
Nutrição e Exposição aos metais tóxicos e efeitos à saúde – Artigo 18
Low-Level Toxic Metal Exposure in Healthy Weaning-Age Infants: Association with Growth, Dietary Intake, and Iron Deficiency
Abstract: Even low levels of toxic metal exposure (As, Cd, Hg, and Pb) in infancy might be
harmful to children’s development. This study investigated toxic metal exposure on healthy
weaning-age infants and its relationship with growth, diet, and iron/anemia status. The weight,
height, head circumference, whole blood levels of four toxic metals, hemoglobin, and ...
Nutrição e Exposição aos metais tóxicos e efeitos à saúde – Artigo 17
Infant Exposure to Metals through Consumption of Formula Feeding in Mekelle, Ethiopia
This study aimed at determination of heavy metals (cadmium, lead, and zinc) in milk-based infant formulas collected fromMekelle, Ethiopia, and their associated health risks to the infants through consumption of these products. The infant feeding samples were dry-ashed in a muffle furnace followed by digestion in nitric acid and the resulting solutions were analyzed by flame atomic
Nutrição e Exposição aos metais tóxicos e efeitos à saúde – Artigo 16
Identification of toxic metals in human embryonic tissues
A b s t r a c t
Introduction: The cause of a significant number of miscarriages remains unexplained. There is a need to identify the potential role of environmental, dietary and lifestyle factors in the risk of pregnancy loss. The present study was the first to investigate the content of miscarried embryonic material with respect to eight metals (aluminium, cadmium, chromium, copper, manganese,
nickel, lead and zinc).
Nutrição e Exposição aos metais tóxicos e efeitos à saúde – Artigo 15
Heavy metal contamination of prenatal vitamins
AB S T R A C T
Prenatal vitamins are often consumed daily during gestation and postnatally for up to 18–24 months with the belief that supplementation achieves better outcomes. Detrimental effects of gestational exposure to adverse chemical agents are gathering increasing attention. This study was designed to assess toxic element contamination in prenatal supplements. Twenty-six commonly used prenatal vitamin brands including one prescr...
Nutrição e Exposição aos metais tóxicos e efeitos à saúde – Artigo 14
Harmful Elements (Al, Cd, Cr, Ni, and Pb) in Wild Berries and Fruits Collected in Croatia
Abstract: Fruits and vegetables are considered a beneficial contribution to the human diet.
Especially, berries contain a great deal of bioactive compounds, such as anthocyanins, organic
acids, tannins, phenols, and antioxidants. Apart from organic substances, inorganic nutrients are
also present in fruits. Some metals and metalloids are essential for humans, whilst others may
exhibit harmful ...
Nutrição e Exposição aos metais tóxicos e efeitos à saúde – Artigo 13
Exposure to toxic metals triggers unique responses from the rat gut microbiota
Our understanding of the interaction between the gut microbiota and host health has recently
improved dramatically. However, the effects of toxic metal exposure on the gut microbiota remain
poorly characterized. As this microbiota creates a critical interface between the external environment and the host’s cells, it may play an important role in host outcomes during exposure. We therefore used 16S riboso...
Nutrição e Exposição aos metais tóxicos e efeitos à saúde – Artigo 12
Estimated Dietary Intake of Trace Metals from Swordfish Consumption: A Human Health Problem
Abstract: Trace element (Hg, Pb, Cd, Zn, Cu, Ni, and Cr) occurrence was determined in the muscle
tissue of swordfish collected in the Mediterranean Sea to assess whether the intakes complied with
the recommended levels for essential metals and permissible levels for toxic elements. Metals were
analyzed by an atomic absorption spectrophotometer (Shimadzu AA 7000). The methodology of
Target Hazard ...
Nutrição e Exposição aos metais tóxicos e efeitos à saúde – Artigo 11
Environmental and dietary exposure of young children to inorganic trace elements
Children are exposed to toxic metals and metalloids via their diet and environment. Our objective was to assess the aggregate chronic exposure of children aged 3–6 years, living in France, to As, Cd, Cr, Cu, Mn, Pb, Sb, Sr, and V present in diet, tap water, air, soil and floor dust in the years 2007–2009. Dietary data came from the French Total Diet Study, while concentrations in residential ...