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Dioxins and dioxin like compounds in the food supply strategies to decrease exposure recommends policy options to reduce exposure to these contaminants while considering how implementing these options could both reduce health risks and affect nutrition particularly in sensitive and highly exposed groups if dietary changes are suggesteddioxins and dioxin like compounds in the food supply strategies to decrease exposure institute of medicine us committee on the implications of dioxin in the food supply washington dc national academies press us 2003 dioxin and dioxin like compounds or dlcs are found throughout the environment in soil water and airget this from a library dioxins and dioxin like compounds in the food supply strategies to decrease exposure institute of medicine us committee on the implications of dioxin in the food supplythe resulting report dioxins and dioxin like compounds in the food supply strategies to decrease exposure recommends policy options to reduce exposure to these contaminants while considering how implementing these options could both reduce health risks and affect nutrition particularly in sensitive and highly exposed groups if dietary dioxins and dioxin like compounds in the food supply strategies to decrease exposure washington dc the national academies press lorber m 2002 a pharmacokinetic model for estimating exposure of americans to dioxin like compounds in the past present and future the science of the total environment 288 p 81 95 us epa

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