Water Soluble - Water-Soluble Vitamins B-Vitamins Vitamin C...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style Water-Soluble Vitamins B-Vitamins Vitamin C
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All water-soluble vitamins act as coenzymes A Protein + Coenzyme Active Enzyme
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B Vitamins o Thiamin - o Riboflavin - o Niacin - o Pyridoxine - B6 o Cobalamin - B12 o Folic acid o Pantothenic Acid (coenzyme A) & Biotin (carbohydrate, fat, and amino acid metabolism)
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Thiamin - Function o Carbohydrate metabolism o Make ribose to form RNA o Maintenance of normal appetite and in normal muscle tone in G. I. tract
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B Vitamin Deficiencies Affect o Brain and nervous system o Skin o GI tract Alcohol abuse poses the greatest risk for such deficiencies
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Thiamin: Sources o Richest : n lean pork o High n whole grains, enriched cereals
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Thiamin Deficiency o Beriberi – I can’t, I can’t o Called the "Morale Vitamin" o Deficiency became widespread with advent of polished rice . Was thought to be an infectious disease.
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Thiamin Recommendations Depends mostly on carbohydrate intake o Beriberi is rare in the U.S. o In times of growth, pregnancy, lactation or with alcoholics, marginal deficiencies are sometimes observed. o Need is calculated to be about 0.5 mg/1,000 kcal
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Riboflavin - B2 Function o release of carbohydrate energy n Coenzyme flavin adenine dinucleotide (FAD) o breakdown of fatty acids & amino acids
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Riboflavin: Recommendations RDA: 1.1 - 1.3 mg Daily Value is 1.7 mg No Upper Level set Just need to know that its needed in small quantities
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Riboflavin: Sources Light-sensitive Richest : o Milk and dairy n high calcium foods
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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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Water Soluble - Water-Soluble Vitamins B-Vitamins Vitamin C...

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