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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. EAR (estimated average requirement)
  2. Vitamin E
  3. RDA (recommended daily allowance)
  4. 400 IU
  5. Trans
  1. a Prevention of Dementia, Macular Degeneration, and tardive dyskensia.
  2. b NON HEALTHY PEOPLE SHOULD NOT TAKE MORE THAN ____ IU of Vitamin E a day
  3. c Based on EAR and Clinical data, meets 97.5% of required by general population.
  4. d Lycopene is in the ? form. FOUND IN FRESH FRUITS AND VEGGIES
  5. e estimation, no clear requirement for a population as a whole

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. may prevent diabetes in at risk children, may increase levels of anticonvulsants
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. Consider folic acid use when looking for ?. Folate use may mask
  5. DECREASES absorption of Biphosphonates, Levodopa, Methyldopa, Antibiotics

5 True/False questions

  1. Vitamin EAssume All isomers contribute to toxicity, NON-HEALTHY PATIENTS SHOULD NOT TAKE MORE THAN 400 IU OF ? A DAY! INCREASED RISK OF MORTALITY

          

  2. CalciumMagnesium is often in combo with ? 2:1 ratio or 3:1 (3:1 never found to be superior)

          

  3. CyanocobalaminVitamin B12, Oral Supplementation is EQUIVALENT to IM (one monthly)

          

  4. Pantothenic Acid (B5)Royal jelly contains large amounts of ? ? or vitamin (__)

          

  5. 50 mgNON HEALTHY PEOPLE SHOULD NOT TAKE MORE THAN ____ IU of Vitamin E a day

          

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