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5 Matching Questions

  1. Synthetic
  2. Cyanocobalamin
  3. Diarrhea
  4. Pernicious Anemia
  5. Folic Acid (Vitamin B9)
  1. a Vitamin B12, Oral Supplementation is EQUIVALENT to IM (one monthly)
  2. b Folic acid can mask the effects of P_____ A____ and may result in neurological damage.
  3. c Dl-alpha-tocopherol is ? vitamin E the RDA is 0.45 IU and 0.91 IU is the upper limit
  4. d Mg++ can cause ?. Often used for constipation and to prevent preclampsia in preggos.
  5. e Used for the prevention of neural tube defects, reduces the side effects of LOW DOSE MTX

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. Royal jelly contains large amounts of ? ? or vitamin (__)
  2. Assume All isomers contribute to toxicity, NON-HEALTHY PATIENTS SHOULD NOT TAKE MORE THAN 400 IU OF ? A DAY! INCREASED RISK OF MORTALITY
  3. 85% niacin, may help reduce cholesterol, may cause LESS flushing than niacin. Less side effects than niacin, peaks at about 10 hours and has a slower therapeutic effect
  4. The RDA of Vitamin c is __-__. with an upper limit of 2 GRAMS
  5. 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

5 True/False Questions

  1. Ergocalciferol50,000 IU a day, also known as vitamin D2. Is LESS THAN ONE THIRD potent as the D3 derivative

          

  2. LycopeneIs an Antioxidant and Carotenoid (red color)

          

  3. EAR (estimated average requirement)Used when RDA cannot be determined (based on observational and experimental studies)

          

  4. 5000 IUthe RDA for Men 51-70 year olds for Calcium

          

  5. High BioavailabilityMagnesium Oxide (MagOx) and Magnesium Sulfate

          

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