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Nitrate and nitrite in foods and the diet.

Concentrations of nitrate and nitrite have been determined in a range of foods and the dietary intake estimated from the MAFF Total Diet Study. The estimated dietary intake of nitrate ion for the UK population was 54 mg/day and the estimated dietary intake of nitrite ion was in the range 2.4-4.2 mg/day in 1985. The main source of nitrate in the diet is from the consumption of vegetables.[1]


  1. Nitrate and nitrite in foods and the diet. Meah, M.N., Harrison, N., Davies, A. Food additives and contaminants. (1994) [Pubmed]
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