Tables index

From

Acrylamide Exposure and Risks in Most Frequently Consumed Foods in a Total Diet Study

Michelle Oppong Siaw, Isaac W. Ofosu, Herman E. Lutterodt, Gloria M. Ankar-Brewoo

American Journal of Food Science and Technology. 2018, 6(4), 123-137 doi:10.12691/ajfst-6-4-1
  • Table 1. Concentrations of acrylamide in some selected foods
  • Table 2. Statistical distributions of acrylamide and elements of exposures in male respondents across the day
  • Table 3. Statistical distributions of acrylamide and elements of exposures in female respondents across the day
  • Table 4. Statistical distributions of acrylamide and elements of exposures of children and teenagers (5-19 years) across the day
  • Table 5. Statistical distributions of acrylamide and elements of exposures of young adults (20-39 years) across the day
  • Table 6. Statistical distributions of acrylamide and elements of exposures of adults (40 years and above) across the day
  • Table 7. Chronic dietary exposures of male and female respondents for the risk of tumorigenesis and neurotoxicity
  • Table 8. Dietary acrylamide exposures of respondents from different countries
  • Table 9. Respondent age groups and their chronic dietary exposures for the risk of tumorigenesis and neurotoxicity
  • Table 10. Estimated lifetime risks of the male and female respondents resulting from acrylamide ingestion across the day
  • Table 11. Estimated lifetime risks of the ages groups of respondents resulting from acrylamide ingestion across the day
  • Table 12. Regression coefficients and percentages of the impact of the elements of the CDI on the risk of acrylamide ingestion by respondents