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5 Matching questions

  1. 22
  2. Selenium
  3. Vitamin E
  4. Increased
  5. Iron
  1. a ________ Urinary excretion of Calcium, Caffeine is increased past 300 mg/DL. SODIUM 3000
  2. b Used in the synthesis and metabolism of thyroid hormones. Content in diet depends on amount in the soil. US, JAPAN, CANADA, and NORWAY have good amounts. Dietary is SUPERIOR to supplements
  3. c Calcium Citrate is ? percent calcium. Acid-independent
  4. d Decreases absorption ; Calcium and Coffee/Tea. ?
  5. e d-alpha tocopherol, is the natural isoform (0.67 IU)

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Consider folic acid use when looking for ?. Folate use may mask
  2. HIGHEST average daily dose likely to pose no adverse effects for the GENERAL population
  3. Used for the prevention of neural tube defects, reduces the side effects of LOW DOSE MTX
  4. Preformed (dietary products/liver) Retinyl Palmitate and Retinyl Acetate
  5. Deficiency, in the Elderly, STRICT Vegetarians, Pregnancy, HEMOLYTIC ANEMIA, Hemorrhage, Malignancy, Hepatic Disease, RENAL Disease

5 True/False questions

  1. Cholecalciferol50,000 IU a day, also known as vitamin D2. Is LESS THAN ONE THIRD potent as the D3 derivative

          

  2. Vitamin DPhytonadione used for warfarin toxicity, reverses anticoagulant

          

  3. Vitamin APhytonadione used for warfarin toxicity, reverses anticoagulant

          

  4. 1.5 gramsNiacin dosages of more than ? ? may cause liver toxicity

          

  5. Vitamin CDietary intake of ? does not decrease the risk of getting a cold. May reduce symptoms by 1-1.5 days. Possible dose dependent

          

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