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Test # 3

Fat Soluble Vitamin Characteristics

Vitamin A: chemical name in. (beta carotene) act. (retinol)
Vitamin A: Functions Night vision, epithelial cells, normal cell development, reproduction
Vitamin A Deficiency night blindness, Keratinazation (goose flesh), Xerophthalmia
Vitamin A: RDA 700mcg F, 900 mcg M
Vitamin A: Food Sources Carrots, Sweet potatoes, Spinach, Milk, Pumpkin, Mangos
Vitamin D: chemical name Cholecalciferol
Vitamin D: Functions control calcium and phosphorus absorption, bone and teeth balance
Vitamin D: Deficiency children: Rickets, adults: Osteomalacia
Vitamin D: Food Sources Sunlight, Salmon, Shrimp, Fortified Milk
Vitamin E: chemical name Tocopherol
Vitamin E: Functions Antioxidants, Nerve development, Immune system
Vitamin E: Food Sources Vegetable oils, wheat germ, Seeds, Mayonnaise
Vitamin K: chemical name Phylloquinone
vitamin K: Function blood clotting
Vitamin K: Deficiency Hemorrhaging
vitamin K: Food Sources Green leafy veggies, Cabbage type, Soy/green beans
Created by: lindynester27