NUTRITIONAL SUPPORT AND CORRECTION OF COPPER DEFICIENCY IN CHILDREN AT RISK

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The aim of the work is to study the copper content in food for nutritional support and correction of copper deficiency in children from the high-risk group. The method of neutron activation analysis was used to determine copper in food products of plant and animal origin. The copper content turned out to be high (from 50 to 100 μg / g) - milled wheat bread, black raisins, moderate copper concentration (from 10 to 50 μg / g) – sumalak , as well as dried apricots, walnuts, peanuts, pears, almonds, apricot seeds , vineyard and mulberry shinny, figs, hawthorn, plum. In case of copper deficiency, nutritional support from local flora is recommended: plant products - tegirmon noni, black raisins, sumalak, dried apricots, walnuts, peanuts, pears, almonds, apricot seeds, vineyard and mulberry shinny, figs, hawthorn, plum, raisins , apple, mulberry, elk, peaches, wild rose, melon, etc.; animal products - egg white, beef, egg yolk, khalisa, milk and chakka.

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Rasulov С., Akhmedova Г., & Rustamova Х. (2021). NUTRITIONAL SUPPORT AND CORRECTION OF COPPER DEFICIENCY IN CHILDREN AT RISK. SCIENCE AND INNOVATIVE DEVELOPMENT, 4(1), 23–29. Retrieved from https://ilm.mininnovation.uz/index.php/journal/article/view/116
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