Rubidium: The typical daily dietary intake of
rubidium is 1 to 5 mg. Foods high in rubidium include coffee, black
tea, fruits, vegetables (especially asparagus), poultry and fish.
Rubidium is a relatively nontoxic element and has not show to be of
toxicological concern from the nutritional point of view. Rubidium
deficiency apparently depresses growth and life expectancy in goats.
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