HS201 - (7) Fat Soluble Vitamins

HS201 - (7) Fat Soluble Vitamins - Vitamins Prof Joan Salge...

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Slide Development: Lonnie M. Lowery, Ph.D. Copyright 2003 Thompson Learning Vitamins Prof Joan Salge Blake, MS, RD, LDN
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Slide Development: Lonnie M. Lowery, Ph.D. Copyright 2003 Thompson Learning The Nutrient Team Carbohydrates Protein Fat Vitamins Minerals Water
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Slide Development: Lonnie M. Lowery, Ph.D. Copyright 2003 Thompson Learning Vitamins Organic compounds Vital to life Indispensable to body functions Needed in minute amounts Noncaloric essential nutrients
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Slide Development: Lonnie M. Lowery, Ph.D. Copyright 2003 Thompson Learning Two Classes of Vitamins
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Slide Development: Lonnie M. Lowery, Ph.D. Copyright 2003 Thompson Learning Figure 7.2
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Slide Development: Lonnie M. Lowery, Ph.D. Copyright 2003 Thompson Learning The Fat-Soluble Vitamins Body can survive weeks of consuming foods that lack these vitamins Excess vitamins A and D from supplements - toxic
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Slide Development: Lonnie M. Lowery, Ph.D. Copyright 2003 Thompson Learning The Fat-Soluble Vitamins A, D, E, K Found in fats and oils of foods Need dietary fat for absorption Stored in liver and fatty tissues until the body needs them
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Slide Development: Lonnie M. Lowery, Ph.D. Copyright 2003 Thompson Learning Vitamin A Family of Retinoids: Retinol A Jack of All Trades Vision Maintenance of body linings and skin Immune defenses Growth of bones and the body Normal cell development Reproduction
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Slide Development: Lonnie M. Lowery, Ph.D. Copyright 2003 Thompson Learning Unnumbered Figure 7.p214
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Slide Development: Lonnie M. Lowery, Ph.D. Copyright 2003 Thompson Learning
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Slide Development: Lonnie M. Lowery, Ph.D. Copyright 2003 Thompson Learning Vitamin A Skin and Body Linings Vitamin A is needed by all epithelial tissues Vitamin A promotes cell differentiation
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Slide Development: Lonnie M. Lowery, Ph.D. Copyright 2003 Thompson Learning Accutane
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Slide Development: Lonnie M. Lowery, Ph.D. Copyright 2003 Thompson Learning Vitamin A When deficient, cell differentiation and maturation are impaired
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Slide Development: Lonnie M. Lowery, Ph.D.
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This note was uploaded on 01/30/2012 for the course SAR HS HS 201 taught by Professor Salge-blake during the Spring '11 term at BU.

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HS201 - (7) Fat Soluble Vitamins - Vitamins Prof Joan Salge...

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