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To review and analyse criteria for vitamin supplementation and
fortification in Spain.
Systematic review of scientific literature and simulation
analysis of food fortification.
A simulation analysis using a fortified beverage was performed in
a random sample of 2855 children aged 2 to 24 years in
High-risk groups for vitamin supplementation and fortification in
Spain are highlighted, and target vitamins considered have been:
folic acid, vitamin A, vitamin E, vitamin D and vitamin
B12 (particularly in the elderly). A beverage
fortified with vitamins C, A, B1 and B6
may contribute to improving the intake of all of these vitamins
with the exception of vitamin A, since the Recommended Nutrient
Intake is already covered with current consumption.
A detailed knowledge of nutritional status helps to ensure the
rationale and follow up of nutrient supplementation and
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