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Unformatted text preview: this deficiency disease? a. Bones soften. Rickets in children; osteomalacia in adults 9. Is there a UL for vitamin A and D? a. Vitamin D UL- 50 micrograms b. Vitamin A UL- 3,000 micrograms 10. How does vitamin E function as an antioxidant? a. Protects cells exposed to oxygen 11. What are good dietary sources of vitamin E? a. Oils, mayo, peanuts 12. What is the primary function of vitamin K in the body? a. Blood clotting 13. Should vitamin K be taken with blood thinners? a. no 14. How can vitamin K be made in the body? a. Bacteria make vitamin K in digestive tract 15. What type of people are most likely to need vitamin supplements? a. Elderly, pregnant women, vegans, infants 16. How does a Supplement Facts label differ from a Nutrition Facts label? a. It has nutrients and amounts, suggested use, serving size, % daily value, manufacture, structure/function claim, FDA disclaimer...
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This note was uploaded on 04/24/2008 for the course HUMN NTR 310 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '08 term at Ohio State.
- Spring '08