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double bonds without vitamin E red blood cells can break open and spill their contentsfree radicals can also oxidize LDL that is deposited in plaque promoting cardiovasculardisease vitamin E protects LDLS and polyunsaturated fatty acids in cell membranes fromdamage-vitamin K is important for the synthesis of blood clotting factors in the blood withoutvitamin KA minor cut can cause massive blood loss about half of our vitamin Krequirement is met by the actions of the bacteria in the large intestine the rest issupplied by the diet vitamin K deficiency can occur in some infants newborns have asterile large intestine it takes weeks to build up bacteria capable of synthesizing vitaminK furthermore vitamin K is not present in breast milk infants are therefore at risk forwhat is called vitamin K deficiency bleeding or VKD be to reduce the risk of bleeding todeath all newborns are given a single dose of vitamin K at birth in a sense babies arefortified with vitamin KWater Soluble Vitamins-We will now talk about water soluble B vitamins the water soluble B vitamins along withsome minerals support the generation of energy from macro nutrients without Bvitamins your body can be lacking energy despite having adequate amounts of glucoseThis is why multi vitamin supplements like the one shown here often mentioned thatvitamins help convert food into energy-All share a common feature they work with coenzymes B vitamins bind to coenzymescoenzymes are small molecules that bind to enzymes and activate them without thebinding of the vitamin coenzyme complex the enzyme remains in active and inactiveenzyme cannot catalyze a chemical reaction this is the claim to fame for the B vitaminsthey work with coenzymes to enable chemical reactions including those that yieldenergy from macro nutrients let's begin with siamon prison rice and chickens how are allthese connected to thiam and let's start with rice recall that rice is a grain with threeparts removed the Brandon embryo and all you have is start the discarded brand is rich
in thiamine in the late 1800s in Southeast Asia eating white rice became customary butfor populations whose diet consisted of little else eh debilitating and deadly diseasecalled Berry Berry spread most vulnerable were the poor orphanages and theincarcerated it was initially considered an infectious disease until an accidental discoverywas made chickens that fed on leftovers from prisoners plates developed Berry Berry likesymptoms magically these symptoms would disappear if the chickens were fed thediscarded brand from the kitchen Berry Berry literally means I cannot I cannot insanally'sthe lack of energy is not surprising given that Simon is necessary for energy metabolismvery Berry can also cause blood vessels to dilate causing the edema of Berry Berry verNikki korsakoff is another deadly form of thiamine deficiency that develops in Alcoholicsalcohol prevents the absorption of thiamine and this can lead to permanent braindamage-Created with riboflavin is rare but when it does occur it is accompanied by weakness and

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