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Lectins have been found mostly in plants but have also been isolated in animal products (Jaffe, 1953). It has been assumed that the lectins are responsible for a number of the toxic effects from the consumption of raw legumes. Among the specific antinutrients such components as oxalic acid and phytates should also be mentioned. These represent compounds that interfere with mineral metabolism as they form chelates with calcium, iron, and zinc, to mention a few examples. Oxalic acid is found primarily in spinach and rhubarb, but also is present in mushrooms and chocolate (Oke, 1969).

Nevertheless, the following comments can be made. , 1978). Such examples are galactosemia where even traces of galactose can lead to severe clinical symptoms and signs, and fructose intolerance, which in extreme cases can be fatal. , congenital lactose and sucrose intolerances, although they are rare. The role of saccharose in the development of caries as well as its disputed role as a trigger' for cardiovascular disease (Yudkin and Morland, 1967), obesity (Connor and Connor, 1976), and diabetes (Nikkilii, 1974) is worth consideration because of excessive sugar consumption in industrialized countries.

Whether an increased intake of polyunsaturated fatty acids is advantageous for the outcome of atherosclerosis and cardiovascular disease or not, an increased intake of polyunsaturated fatty acids also leads to some potential toxic problems (Truswell, 1978). First, an increased intake of unsaturated fatty acids calls for an increased intake of vitamin E (Horwith, 1962). The vegetable oils that are usually recommended as sources for polyunsaturated fat are fortunately also the best vitamin E sources in the diet.

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