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Nutritional support with products of fruit origin in prevention of micronutrients deficiency in the “mother-child” system

Author: T.A. BOBOMURATOV, S.K. RASULOV, Z.A. DZHURAYEVA, A.A.SAMADOV, O.A.KULIYEV
Abstract: Purpose: The study of macro and microelement composition of fruit and fruit products, often used by the local population of the Zarafshan valley for purpose of nutritional and micronutrient deficieny in the “Mother-child” system. Material and research methods. The determination of macro and micronutrients was carried out by the neutron-activation method, there were studied of only 23 different chemical elements in 26 types of food products of fruit and fruit origin. Results. Fruit and vegetable food products grown in the Samarkand region are characterized by a high content of essential, low brain, abiogenic, aggressive and toxic elements, which indicates high biological activity and safety for mother and child. Conclusions. Micronutrient nutritional support using fruit and fruit foods containing high concentrations of pharmaco micronutrients should be recommended in order to optimize the growth and development of children and the micronutrient status of the body and its functions, accelerate recovery processes and improve the quality of life.
Keyword: micronutrients, "Mother-child" system, deficiency, fruit products, correction, prevention
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2020.12.04.075
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