Fat soluble vitamins2-1

Fat soluble vitamins2-1 - Vitamins: Chapter 8 Essential,...

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Vitamins: Chapter 8 Essential, organic Produce no energy  - but help in energy-production If absent from diet   - deficiency Fat-soluble vitamins Water-soluble vitamins
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What the Thighs Lose(KNOW FOR TEST) Gina Kolta The fat returned to more upper level obesity.  This puts you at a greater health risk than carrying fat in your  thighs. Removed fat from thighs of non-obese women After a year the fat returned Fat returned to the upper abdomen an shoulders/triceps Control Group- no liposuction but could get it at the end of the  study. At the end up the study 50% still decided to get it.
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Casimir Funk – “Vitamine” 1922 Unidentified substances in food that can prevent disease
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How are vitamins discovered?   Diet A Diet B
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Fat Soluble Vitamins Vitamins A, D, E, K
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Fat Soluble Vitamins A, D, E and K All have similar mechanism of absorption and excretion Do not have to be consumed daily Excess can be toxic Relatively stable during processing
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A little is good, a lot is better !? Paracelsus Paracelsus All substances are poisons; All substances are poisons; there is none which is not a there is none which is not a poison. The right dose poison. The right dose differentiates a poison…." differentiates a poison…." (1493-1541) NO!! Know his name
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Vitamin A: Forms Active Form    Retinol in animal products (dairy products, liver) Precursor    Carotene ( β -carotene) in plant foods yellow & orange fruits & vegetables
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Vitamin A: Functions Vision—night blindness and ultimate  blindness bone growth reproduction
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In Vitamin A Deficiency: In Vitamin A Deficiency: Cells Cells     stop secreting mucus die
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Vitamin A-like acne drugs Accutane (oral) Retin-A (topical) Can cause toxicity - Teratogen Require prescription Not for pregnant women
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Vitamin A: Food Sources Preformed retinol Carotenoids
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  Beta Carotene Retinol Retinol
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Absorption and metabolism Requires bile salts Requires bile salts Stored in liver Stored in liver Requires a transport protein. Requires a transport protein. Requires
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This note was uploaded on 06/23/2011 for the course NUTRITION 210 taught by Professor Dr.bomser during the Spring '11 term at Ohio State.

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