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Lead poisoning risk for frequent game eaters

作者:仇蚀    发布时间:2019-03-01 09:17:11    

HOW much lead gets eaten along with wild-shot game? Enough to poison regular eaters of some wild birds, thanks to fragments of lead too small to be picked out during a meal. Debbie Pain of the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust in Slimbridge in Gloucestershire, and colleagues, bought wild-shot birds from supermarkets, game dealers and butchers across the UK. After X-raying them, they cooked them either in wine or cider or a pH-neutral preparation such as a cream sauce. As is traditional with game, only then did they pick out the larger, visible lead fragments. Subsequent analysis of the deboned,

 

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