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Fatma Esra Güneş, Funda Elmacıoğiu, Şule Aktaç and Duygu Sağlam

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Zdeněk Zloch, Pavel Sedláček, Jana Langmajerová and Dana Müllerová

REFERENCES 1. Bai W., Wang C., Ren C., Intakes of total and individual flavonoids by US adults. Int. J. Food Sci. Nutr., 2014, 65, 9–20. 2. Balentine D.A., Dwyer J.T., Erdman J.W., Jr., Ferruzzi M.G., Gaine P.C., Harnly J.M., Kwik-Uribe C.L., Recommendations on reporting requirements for flavonoids in research. Am. J. Clin. Nutr., 2015, 101, 1113–1125. 3. Bohn T., Dietary factors affecting polyphenol bioavailability. Nutr. Rev., 2014, 72, 429–452. 4. Brat P., George S., Bellamy A., Du Chaffaut L., Scalbert A., Mennen L., Arnault N., Amiot

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Magdalena Człapka-Matyasik and Katarzyna Ast

References 1. Adamczyk G., Selected aspects of consumer behaviour and pat-terns of food consumption in households in the 1990s. Roczniki Akademii Rolniczej w Poznaniu - CCCXLIII. Ekon., 2002, 1, 31-41 (in Polish). 2. Agudo A., Cabrera L., Amiano P., Ardanaz E., Barricarte A., Berenguer T., Chirlaque M.D., Dorronsoro M., Jakszyn P., Lar-rañaga N., Martínez C., Navarro C., Quirós J.R., Sánchez M.J., Tormo M.J., González C.A., Fruit and vegetable intakes, dietary antioxidant nutrients, and total mortality in Spanish adults: fndings from the Spanish cohort of

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Stanisław Berger

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Short life story and scientific activity of Kazimierz (Casimir) Funk is presented. His achievements and pioneer work in vitaminology is summated on the occasion of 101 anniversary of the introduction of this topic into food and nutrition sciences. His long biochemical scientific itinerary is presented starting from Switzerland, France (twice), UK, USA (twice) and Poland. Most of his discoveries or studies were linked with vitamins, but also with other nutrients (carbohydrates, amino acids, trace elements) or bioactive substances e.g. hormones and their synthesis. It is worth mentioning that Dr. Funk looked always at food constituents as factors affecting health and/ or preventing diseases. We in Poland are very proud of his scientific achievements considering that Dr. Funk is the significant milestone in developing food and nutrition science worldwide.

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Jan Czeczelewski, Barbara Długołęcka and Barbara Raczyńska

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O. Faměra, I. Hálová and L. Kouřimská

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Anna M. Witkowska and Małgorzata E. Zujko

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Juliusz Przysławski, Marta Stelmach, Bogna Grygiel-Górniak, Marcin Mardas and Jarosław Walkowiak

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Anna Długosz and Lidia Wądołowska

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Doha Mohamed, Sahar Al-Okbi, Dardiri El-Hariri and Ismael Mousa

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