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Table 3 Dietary intake

From: Effect of a supplement rich in alkaline minerals on acid-base balance in humans

  Week without Supplement Week with Supplement Week with Supplement*
Fat (%) 33,3 ± 1,19 33,5 ± 1,14 33,5 ± 1,14
Carbohydrate (%) 46,8 ± 1,69 46,0 ± 1,79 46,0 ± 1,79
Protein (%) 15,7 ± 0,49 16,2 ± 0,65 16,2 ± 0,65
Water (l) 2,27 ± 0,62 2,23 ± 0,58 2,23 ± 0,58
Sodium (g) 2,83 ± 1,03 2,82 ± 0,85 2,62 ± 0,85
Potassium (g) 2,97 ± 0,75 3,59 ± 0,67 2,99 ± 0,67
Calcium (g) 0,91 ± 0,26 1,48 ± 0,27 0,98 ± 0,27
Magnesium (g) 0,35 ± 0,08 0,58 ± 0,10 0,38 ± 0,10
Phosphorus (g) 1,39 ± 0,38 1,45 ± 0,04 1,45 ± 0,04
Zinc (mg) 12,8 ± 0,51 17,9 ± 0,46 12,9 ± 0,46
Copper (mg) 2,55 ± 0,18 3,51 ± 0,19 2,51 ± 0,19
  1. Dietary intake calculated from daily nutritional protocols during the first week without intake of the mineral supplement and during the second week when the mineral supplement was ingested. Significant differences were not found. (* = The last coloumn shows dietary intake in the week with supplement minus minerals and trace elements provided by the supplement itself)