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Renal plasma flow and glomerular filtration rate increase by 30%-50%. However, this does not seem to result in a higher excretion of micronutrients. Micronutrient retention by the organism generally increases, but for folic acid an increased plasma clearance in pregnancy has been reported, resulting in an "extra" folate loss of about 15 JLglday (Fleming 1972). Liver function remains relatively unaffected. In one study an increased folate turnover was reported due to a hormone-induced increase in microsomal enzyme activities (Davis et al.

Body Composition; Metabolic Changes Loss of lean body mass, reflected by a dramatic decrease in body water, is a basic characteristic of the ageing process in man. Total body water and Effects of Special Physiological Conditions on Micronutrient Status 31 intracellular water volumes decrease. Blood volume remains essentially unchanged. Fat and connective tissue content may increase with age. Bone mass and mineral content gradually decline, resulting in osteopenia. In women this process accelerates after the menopause.

They each play an insignificant role in the elevated enzyme activation levels. In relation to food intake, a greater energy intake was associated with higher levels, as long as the energy did not come from higher fat intakes (Arab-Kohlmeier et al. 1988). Modern Lifestyles, Lower Energy Intake and Micronutrient Status 18 Nutrient intake Medication use ~ ~ Foods eaten ~ Transketolase Smoking Activity Drinking - activation // Inhibitors 1 Body fat Fig. 11 Elidemiological model of thiamin sufficiency.

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