NS 115 - Lecture 31

NS 115 - Lecture 31 - NS 115 Lecture 31 Vitamin D November...

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NS 115 – Lecture 31 Vitamin D November 17, 2008 Foods Rich in Calcium o Milk, cheese Contain conjugate lenoleic acid (CLA) Broccoli, almonds, sardines Dave’s Dietary Illusions o CLA have been reported to: Reduce incidence of cancers Improve glucose tolerance in diabetic animals Reduce carcass fat in cattle and pigs. Inhibiting lipoprotein lipase o This is not true Vitamin D Deficiency o Rickets Bowlegs – you don’t get sufficient Vitamin C without Vitamin D o Osteomalacia Bones soften without calcium to solidify Occurs in adults Softening of the bone o Low Vitamin D in Elderly Osteoporosis Muscle weakness Feel tired Sources of Vitamin D o Milk (fortified) The form in animals it’s D2 o Sunlight In sunlight it’s D3 o Foods Rich in Vitamin D Cod liver oil Catfish Shitake mushrooms o Once they hit the liver they become the same product Calciferol (inactive component)
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This note was uploaded on 02/22/2010 for the course NS 1150 taught by Professor Levitsky during the Fall '05 term at Cornell.

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NS 115 - Lecture 31 - NS 115 Lecture 31 Vitamin D November...

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