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This article is from Environmental Health, volume 13.AbstractPhthalates are associated with a variety of health outcomes, but sources that may be targeted for exposure reduction messaging remain elusive. Diet is considered a significant exposure pathway for these compounds. Therefore, we sought to identify primary foods associated with increased exposure through a review of the food monitoring survey and epidemiological data. A search in PubMed and Google Scholar for keywords -phthalates- and -diet-food-food stuffs-dietary intake-food intake- and -food concentration- resulted in 17 studies measuring phthalate concentrations in United States US and international foods, three epidemiological association studies, and three interventions. We report on food groups with high ≥300 μg-kg and low



Author: Serrano, Samantha E; Braun, Joseph; Trasande, Leonardo; Dills, Russell; Sathyanarayana, Sheela

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