1 edition of Lead in bone. found in the catalog.
Lead in bone.
1991 by National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences in Research Triangle Park, N.C .
Written in English
|Series||Environmental health perspectives -- v. 91., NIH publication -- no. 91-218.|
|Contributions||National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences., International Workshop on Lead in Bone: Implications for Dosimetry and Toxicology (1989 : Baltimore, Md.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||167 p. :|
|Number of Pages||167|
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"He was about fifteen years old when he died. Lead in trabecular (spongy) bone appears to be more mobile than lead lodged in cortical (compact) bone, and there appears also to be a fraction of bone lead in equilibrium with the lead in blood (see, e.g., Skerfving, ).
The ability to mimic calcium contributes to lead storage in the bone; at equilibrium, lead-exposed persons have a substantial body burden of lead: over 90% in the bone pool, 2–8% in various soft tissues, and 2–5% in blood (Rabinowitz et al.
In addition, lead's nonspecific binding to a variety of proteins and its involvement in calcium pathways explain in large part its myriad health by: 2.
Entitled “The Risk of Lead Contamination in Bone Broth Diets,” it reports broth made from organic chickens is likely to be contaminated with lead, one of the deadliest toxic metals known. If the study is valid, there is plenty of reason for concern.
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But, here’s the catch. Those numbers mean nothing without context. It turns out, the amount of lead in the bone broth was still well below the Environmental Protection Agency’s safe upper limit for lead in drinking water (15 ug/L) and wouldn’t feasibly be high enough to cause harm.
bone broth from chicken meat (without bones): µg/L; bone broth made from skin and cartilage off the bone: µg/L; control (tap water): µg/L; As you can see, the levels of lead in bone broth made from chicken bones was a little over 7x higher than the tap water, and a little over 10x higher in broth made from chicken skin and.
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