Cereals have the potential to be contaminated with toxic environmental, agricultural, or industrial chemicals in the field and during storage and processing.

However, the use of these chemicals is strictly controlled, and incidents of hazardous contamination are rare.

See also: Bioavailability. Cancer: Epidemiology and Associations Between Diet and Cancer. Celiac Disease. Coronary Heart Disease: Prevention. Dietary Fiber: Physiological Effects and Effects on Absorption. Folic Acid. Food Fortification: Developed Countries; Developing Countries. Food Intolerance. Food Safety: Other Contaminants. Legumes. Niacin. Nuts and Seeds. Pellagra. Phytochemicals: Classification and Occurrence. Protein: Deficiency. Vitamin A: Biochemistry and Physiological Role. Whole Grains.

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