HS201 - (8) Water Soluble Vitamins

HS201 - (8) Water Soluble Vitamins - Water Soluble Vitamins...

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Slide Development: Lonnie M. Lowery, Ph.D. Copyright 2003 Thompson Learning Water Soluble Vitamins Prof Joan Salge Blake, MS, RD, LDN
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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
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Slide Development: Lonnie M. Lowery, Ph.D. Copyright 2003 Thompson Learning The Water Soluble Vitamins Vitamin C and the B Vitamins Cooking and washing with water leaches them out of food
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Slide Development: Lonnie M. Lowery, Ph.D. Copyright 2003 Thompson Learning The Water-Soluble Vitamins Toxicity Unlikely from food, unless over-fortified Can occur from the large doses concentrated in some vitamin supplements “Americans have the most expensive urine in the world
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Slide Development: Lonnie M. Lowery, Ph.D. Copyright 2003 Thompson Learning Vitamin C Scurvy Vitamin C ( ascorbic acid ) deficiency Hazard of long distance seagoing journeys of 200+ years ago To avoid scurvy, British sailors were given lime juice
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Slide Development: Lonnie M. Lowery, Ph.D. Copyright 2003 Thompson Learning Vitamin C The Work of Vitamin C Maintenance of connective tissues Formation and maintenance of collagen Antioxidant Helps Absorb Non Heme Iron
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Slide Development: Lonnie M. Lowery, Ph.D. Copyright 2003 Thompson Learning Figure 7.4
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Slide Development: Lonnie M. Lowery, Ph.D. Copyright 2003 Thompson Learning Vitamin C Risk of scurvy in the U.S. is low
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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 Unnumbered Figure 7.p239-1
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Slide Development: Lonnie M. Lowery, Ph.D. Copyright 2003 Thompson Learning Vitamin C The Need for Vitamin C Adult DRI Males: 90 milligrams Females: 75 milligrams Smokers: +35 milligrams
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Slide Development: Lonnie M. Lowery, Ph.D. Copyright 2003 Thompson Learning Vitamin C: 75-90 mg
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Slide Development: Lonnie M. Lowery, Ph.D. Copyright 2003 Thompson Learning Vitamin C Food Sources of Vitamin C 300 milligrams : 1 cup orange juice for breakfast, salad for lunch, stalk of broccoli, a potato for dinner
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Slide Development: Lonnie M. Lowery, Ph.D. Copyright 2003 Thompson Learning Figure 7.7
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Slide Development: Lonnie M. Lowery, Ph.D. Copyright 2003 Thompson Learning Vitamin C and the Common Cold
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Slide Development: Lonnie M. Lowery, Ph.D. Copyright 2003 Thompson Learning Too Much Vitamin C “C” You In The Bathroom (diarrhea) Upper Level (UL) for Adults = 2,000 mg
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Slide Development: Lonnie M. Lowery, Ph.D. Copyright 2003 Thompson Learning Figure 7.8
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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 - (8) Water Soluble Vitamins - Water Soluble Vitamins...

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