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A, D, E, K, C, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B12, Folate, Biotin

2013-10-17 • 13 Cards

First Aid Vitamins

Biotin Deficiency, Biotin Function, Dry beriberi, Folic Acid Deficiency, Folic Acid Function, Pellagra, Pellagra Causes, S-adenosyl-methionine Function, Vitamin A (Retinol) Deficiency, Vitamin A (Retinol) Excess, Vitamin A (Retinol) Function, Vitamin B1 (Thiamine) Deficiency, Vitamin B1 (Thiamine) Function, Vitamin B12 (Cobalamin) Deficiency, Vitamin B12 (Cobalamin) Function

2011-04-28 • 37 Cards

Watersoluble vitamins functions

Antioxidnat; collagen synthesis, wound healing, immunity; helps prepare iron for absorption, metabolism, Coenzyme in amino acid metabolism; prtein synthesis, heme formation, brain activity; participates in niacin formation from tryptophan. Coenzyme in Carbohydrate and fat metabolism, Coenzyme in DNA and RNA synthesis; amino acid metabolism; rbc maturation, Coenzyme in makinf of heme for hemoglobin; mylelin sheath formation to protect nerves, Healthy skin, normal growth, coenzyme in energy production, Normal growth and energy; coenzyme in protein and enrgy metabolism, Normal growth, coenzyme in carbohydrate metabolism, normal function of heart, nerve, and muscle

2011-04-28 • 7 Cards

Bio Vitamins

Antioxidant, Ariboflavinosis, Avidin, B Vitamins and Heat, Beriberi, Beriberi Historical stuff, Coenzymes, Cortisol and sleep loss, Folate deficiency, Gastric Bypass Surgery and Diabetes, Gastric Intrinsic Factor, Ghrelin, Ghrelin and sleep loss, Homocysteine, Ileum of Small Intestine

2011-04-28 • 37 Cards

Ch. 8 Vitamins

A deficiency of vitamin E causes..., A function of vitamin C is antioxidant activity, which may work as a..., A function of vitamin C is collagen synthesis, which is important for..., A function of vitamin E is that is breaks down two things. Name them., Absorption of B-12 requires the use of..., According to the DSHEA (dietary supplemental health & education act), five things are considered dietary supplements. Name them., Adequate folate nutrition is critical for..., Age related __________ __________ also causes blindness., Almost every __________ metabolic pathway uses niacin __________, so deficiency causes widespread changes in body., Alpha-tocopherol (form of vitamin E) is found mainly where?, Are vitamins water or fat soluble?, Athletes may need more of what vitamin?, B vitamins function as coenzymes in..., B-6 can be used to treat..., B-6 toxicity may develop...

2011-04-28 • 137 Cards

Nutrition Test 2

Amino Acids (essential), Amino Acids (nonessential), Angioplasty, Breakdown of Vitamin K, By-Pass Graft, Ca (Calcium), Defficiency Effects, Defficiency in Vitamin A, Defficiency in Vitamin D, Definition of Diffusion, Definition of Osmosis, Difficiency in Vitamin C, Fat soluable vitamins, Folic Acid (B vitamin), Food high in Vitamin K

2011-04-28 • 36 Cards

Week 4 Flashcards - Vitamins/Minerals

Chloride Electrolytes, Iron Electrolytes, K-Dur Electrolytes, Sodium Electrolytes, Tums Electrolytes, Vitamin A Fat Soluble, Vitamin B-1 Water Soluble, Vitamin B-12 Water Soluble, Vitamin B-2 Water Soluble, Vitamin B-3 (Niacin) Water Soluble, Vitamin B-5 Water Soluble, Vitamin B-6 Water Soluble, Vitamin B-9 (Folvite) Water Soluble, Vitamin C Water Soluble, Vitamin D Fat Soluble

2011-04-28 • 18 Cards

Vitamins 3/31/10 (final)

Cl, Na, Vitamin A, Vitamin B1, Vitamin B12, Vitamin B2, Vitamin B3, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B9, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Vitamin K

2011-04-28 • 12 Cards


Vitamin A, Vitamin B1, Vitamin B12, Vitamin B2, Vitamin B3, Vitamin B5, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B7, Vitamin B9, Vitamin C, Vitamin D, Vitamin E, Vitamin K

2011-04-28 • 13 Cards

ASCI 220 Final

3 vitamins that can be absorbed from the LI, 4 fat-soluble vitamins, Ca deficiency signs, choline deficiency signs, Choline synthesized from, Co deficiency signs, dietary sources of Ca and P, dietary sources of thiamin, Dietary sources of vit a/carotene, dietary sources of vit c, dietary sources of vit D3, F deficiency signs, Fe deficiency signs, functions of ascorbic acid (vit c), functions of Ca

2011-04-28 • 74 Cards

Human Nutrition EXAM 3

Are fat soluble vitamins readily excreted? any exceptions?, Are vitamins needed in large or small amounts?, Are water vitamins generally stored in the body? Any exceptions?, Can Niacin be toxic?, Can the body store water?, Can Vitamin D become very toxic? if so, what ages are most vunerable?, Can vitamins be dropped if they were found to be inessential and if so, which one was?, Can Water soluble vitamins cause toxicity?, do vitamin supplements work?, Do vitamins yield energy?, Does Magnesium Deficiency develop quickly or slowly and why?, Famine is..., Food Insecurity is..., Functions of magnesium, How are fat-soluble vitamins absorbed and transported?

2011-04-28 • 110 Cards

PT 201 Drug List 2 Vitamins 1

Aquasol A, Aquasol E, Calciferol; Vitamin D, Vitamin B-12, Vitamin B-2, Vitamin B-6, Vitamin C, Vitamin K

2011-04-28 • 8 Cards

Module 2; Vitamins

Absorption of fat soluble vitamins, B1 (thiamin), B2 (Riboflavin), B3 (Niacin), beta carotene (precursor to vit A) sources, deficicency of vit B12, deficience of vit K, deficiency fo Vit E, deficiency of B1, deficiency of B2, deficiency of B3, deficiency of B6, deficiency of folate, Deficiency of vit A, Deficiency of Vit C causes

2011-04-28 • 42 Cards


A, A, A, A, B6, B6, B6, B6, C, C, C, C, COBALAMIN, COBALAMIN, D

2011-04-28 • 37 Cards


10-15%, 45-60 g, 20-35 g, 30%, 20-30 g, 60%, 300 g, B Complex and Vitamin C, balance, Calcium, Carotene, Chloride, Chromium, Cobalt, empty calories and simple sugars, Folvite, Fruits, grains

2011-04-28 • 48 Cards