Flashcards in Set 15 Vitamins and Minerals Deck (50):
What is B1?
What is B2?
What is B3?
What is B5?
What is B6?
What is B9?
What is B12?
What is C?
What is A?
What is D?
What is E?
What is K?
What is the active form of folic acid?
Where is the active form of Vit E stored?
adipose, liver, and muscle.
What does vit E require for absorption?
bile salts and fat
How is Vitamin K synthesized?
large intestine bacteria.
What does vit K require for absorption?
bile salts and fat
Where is vit K stored?
liver and spleen
Beri Beri, weakness, edema, increased heart size, tachycardia and Wernicke's korsakoffs
cheilosis and angular stomatitis, blurred vision
pellagra (4Ds: dermatitis, diarrhea, dementia, and death)
RARE. Burning feet, malaise, and abdominal discomfort
convulsions in infants, dermatitis, loss of myelin
macrocytic anemica (megaloblastic)
macrocytic anemica (megaloblastic and pernicious) and combined systems (PLS)
scurvy and bleeding gums
wheat germ oil, pork, oatmeal
beef, chicken liver, eggs
liver, tuna, oatmeal, salmon
beef and chicken liver and sunflower seeds
liver, oatmeal, banana, and garbanzo beans
chicken liver, spinach, lentils, and pinto beans
liver, clams, oysters, chicken, herring, and crab
cauliflower, peanuts and cheese
night blindness, dry cornea, ulecerations, skin sores (everything dry)
rickets and osteomalacia
possibly hemolytic anemia, muscular dystrophy, sterility
beef and chicken liver, carrots, sweet potato, and cantaloupe
cod liver, salmon, sardine, milk, fortified cereal
wheat germ oil, sunflower seeds, almonds and hazel nuts
turnips, spinach, cauliflower, and cabbage
headaches and pealing skin
anorexia and renal failure
interferes with enzymes
kernicterus (neural damage from too much bilirubin from lysed RBC)
Will cause yelling of eyes and skin side effect of kernicterus
When is vitamin A the most dangerous
When a woman is pregnant
Vitamin B7 is also known as what