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Quacker 566
Postad: 19 feb 2019

Erucic acid - tolka gränsvärde

Jag fick svar från ett företag att deras olja innehöll 1.5% erucic acid. Tänker jag rätt att för att uppnå ptdi som nämns nedan ska man av en 1.5%-ig olja äta 33g?

 

In 2003, Food Standards Australia set a provisional tolerable daily intake (PTDI) for an average adult of about 500 mg/day of erucic acid, extrapolated based on "the level that is associated with increased myocardial lipidosis in nursing pigs."[6] "There is a 120-fold safety margin between this level and the level that is associated with increased myocardial lipidosis in nursing pigs. The dietary exposure assessment has concluded that the majority of exposure to erucic acid by the general population would come from the consumption of canola oil. The dietary intake of erucic acid by an individual consuming at the average level is well below the PTDI, therefore, there is no cause for concern in terms of public health and safety. However, the individual consuming at a high level has the potential to approach the PTDI. This would be particularly so if the level of erucic acid in canola oil were to exceed 2% of the total fatty acids."[6]

mag1 756
Postad: 25 feb 2019

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