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What are the food sources of Vitamin A?

Vitamin A in general high in dairy, liver, fish, eggs, fortified cereals and milk
B-carotene high in leafy greens, orange and yellow vegetables, tomatoes, fruits, vegetable oils

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What are the dietary sources of Vitamin D?

fish, fish oils, egg yolks, fortified dairy products/orange juice (all D3), mushrooms (D2)

3

What are the dietary sources of Vitamin K?

beef liver, green tea, turnip greens, broccoli, kale, spinach, cabbage, asparagus, leafy green vegetables

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What are the dietary sources of Vitamin C?

most fruits and various green vegetables

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What are the dietary sources of Vitamin E?

corn oil, soybean oil, margarine, dressings, wheat germ oil, spinach, peanuts.
- pure vegetable oils
- nuts and sunflower seeds

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what are the dietary sources of vitamin B6?

poultry, fish, non-citrus fruits
- cannot be synthesized in humans

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What are the dietary sources of folate?

green leafy vegetables, citrus fruit juice, fortified cereals, bread, pasta, rice

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What are the dietary sources of Vitamin B12?

seafood, beef, chicken, turkey, eggs, milk, cheese

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What are the dietary sources of biotin (vitamin H, coenzyme R, vitamin B7)?

- mainly produced by intestinal flora
- high in egg yolk, liver and yeast
- avocado, pork, salmon, whole-wheat bread, leafy green vegetables

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What are the dietary sources of Zinc?

red meat, seafood, liver eggs, milk, nuts, whole grains

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Dietary sources of iron?

mollusks, liver, red meat, squash/pumpkin seeds, nuts, legumes, whole grains, fortified cereal, dark leafy greens

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Dietary sources of iodine?

table salt, soil and crops, seaweed, eggs, milk

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Dietary sources of potassium?

bananas, prunes, tomatoes, artichokes, lima beans, spinach, dairy, almonds, salmon, cod, all meats

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Dietary sources of sodium?

NaCL, processed foods, additives, soups, cured meats, cheese

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B1 dietary sources? (thiamine)

yeast, pork, whole grains, sunflower seeds, asparagus, kale cauliflower, beef, pork and chicken liver, eggs

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B2 riboflavin dietary sources?

organ meats, mushrooms, yogute, milk, eggs, broccoli, whole grain, spinach, breads, burssel sprouts

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B3 Niacin sources?

liver, heart, kidney, chicken, beef, fish, eggs, venison, avocados, dates, tomatoes broccoli, carrots, asparagus, sweet potatoes, nuts

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B5 Pantothenic Acid sources?

meat, vegetables, grains, legumes, eggs, milk