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some answers for nutrition - Fat Soluble 1 Vitamins are...

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Fat- Soluble 1) Vitamins are really important because 2) Fat- soluble vitamins require bile for their absorption. The fat- soluble vitamins participate in numerous activities throughout the body, but excesses are stored primarily in the liver and adipose tissue. The body maintains blood concentrations by retrieving these vitamins from storage as needed. Water- soluble vitamins are B vitamins, thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, biotin, pantothenic acid, folate, and vitamin C. 3) Fat- soluble vitamins travel through the lymphatic system within chylomicrons before entering the bloodstream, where many of them require protein carriers for transport. The fat- soluble vitamins participate in numerous body activities. The body maintains blood concentrations by retrieving these vitamins from storage as needed; thus people can eat less than their daily need for days, weeks, or even months or years without ill effects. Functions are free radical scavenger by donating election to oxidizing agent, protects cells from attack by free radicals and protects PUFA’s within cell membrane and plasma lipoproteins, and lastly prevents alteration of cells D. 4) Vitamin A was the first fat- soluble vitamin to be recognized. Retinol is an alcohol form, and
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