The intestinal absorption of copper depends on the circulation between the intestine and the liver and on the bile secretion. This controls the copper nutritional status of the person. Some of the factors that influence copper absorption are proteins, amino acids, fructose, ascorbic acid, phytates, divalent cations, etc.
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CONCLUSION: There are many factors which influence the absorption of copper as listed above.
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