Colorectal cancer Prostate cancer The enlargement of the thyroid gland is

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Colorectal cancer Prostate cancer The enlargement of the thyroid gland is called the endemic golfer Iron deficiency is considered a global health risk Ferritin is an iron binding protein that binds and stores muscosal iron It takes 1100 micrograms to be the upper level for iodine consumption The Best source of iodine is in iodized salt The best food sources include iodized salt and seaweed The Upper Level for Iron is 45 microgram/day A persons genetic makeup may contribute to the risk of these cancers Breast Colorectal Prostate Iron is absorbed as needed The best sources of iron are Liverworst Clams Life cereal Secondary functions of iron within the human body Part of many enzymes Brain function Immune function Iodine toxicity symptoms include Thyroid cancer Hyperthyroidism The adult RDA for iodine is (150 micrograms per day)
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Hemochromatosis is genetic disease that increases absorption of iron Iron helps with air Transportation in the body Mg/day of iron that a premenopausal woman requires is 18 Mucosal block prevents the body from over-absorbing Zinc Upper Level mg for Zinc is (40mg/day) Copper is absorbed by simple diffusion and active transport into intestinal cells Upper level mg/ for copper is (10mg/day) Adult RDA for copper is (900 micrograms per day) Copper toxicities have been reported only with Wilson Disease Accidental overdose Good sources of copper include Liver Shellfish Nuts Seeds Lentils Soy products Dark chocolate The Adult RDA for selenium is (55 micrograms/day) The Upper Level for Selenium is 400 micrograms/day The greatesr amount of fluoride deposited in the teeth and bones is at these three stages Childhood Infacy Adolescence The adequate intake for fluoride for an adult woman is 3 mg/day. A positive side of having mottled teeth is that they resist cavities The enlargement of the thyroid gland is called an endemic goiter Iron deficiency anemia is when someone has trouble concentrating and getting sick really easy. Factors that increase iron absorption High body demand for red blood cells Low body stores of iron Heme iron in the food eaten Meat protein factor (MPF)
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Vitamin C Intake Gastric Acidity Factors the Decrease Iron Absorption Low need for iron Phytic acid in whole grains and legumes Oxalic acid in leafy vegetables Polyphenols in tea, coffe, red wine, and oregano Reduced gastric acidity Excessive intake of other minerals (zinc, Maganese, Calcium) Iron deficiency is the most common trace mineral deficiency worldwide Is a food that is considered a goitrogen Raw vegetables Peanuts Soy Peaches Strawberries Goitrogens decrease iodine absorption in the body Are at the highest risk of developing an iron deficiency anemia Premature infants Vegans Teenage girls Middle aged men are at the lowest risk. Possible functions of Chromium Promote glucose uptake into cells Enhance insulin action Chromium is considered a (trace mineral “Nutrient”) The function of the superoxide enzymes reduces oxidative damage to cell membranes.
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