22 - how concentrated it is Vitamin E: Antioxidant If you...

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Defincies: Vitamin A is only from animal sources If you don’t get enough vitamin a when you’re young you don’t grow enough and have trouble seeing at night and eventually may not be able to see Toxicity from Supplements: too much vitamin A Brittle bones, liver damage, hair falling out, also can die Toxicity from too much Carotene: turn yellow Vitamin D: Cod Liver Oil good source of vitamin D-should be considered a supplement because of
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Unformatted text preview: how concentrated it is Vitamin E: Antioxidant If you have 300 to 400mg of vitamin D this increases your LDL cholesterol and thus your risk for heart disease Vitamin K: Needed for blood clotting Found in dark green leafy veggies and liver Newborns do not yet have bacteria to make vitamin K Vitamin K helps in bone formation Only need tiny amounts Low absorption...
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This note was uploaded on 01/30/2012 for the course NSD NSD 225 taught by Professor Sarahshort during the Spring '10 term at Syracuse.

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