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5 Matching questions

  1. oxidized
  2. Low Bioavailability
  3. EAR (estimated average requirement)
  4. 1300
  5. Iron
  1. a Decreases absorption ; Calcium and Coffee/Tea. ?
  2. b Magnesium Oxide (MagOx) and Magnesium Sulfate
  3. c estimation, no clear requirement for a population as a whole
  4. d what is the RDA of Calcium for 9-18 year olds?
  5. e ? Vitamin C is not readily absorbed across the intestinal mucosa. Aids IN IRON ABSORPTION

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Vitamin B12, Oral Supplementation is EQUIVALENT to IM (one monthly)
  2. Side effects of NAUSEA, HEARTBURN, KIDNEY STONES (1g/day)
  3. The RDA of Vitamin c is __-__. with an upper limit of 2 GRAMS
  4. d-alpha tocopherol, is the natural isoform (0.67 IU)
  5. use _-_ ______s of niacin for treatment of high cholesterol.

5 True/False questions

  1. ErgocalciferolDecreased absorption of Iron, ZINC, MAGNESIUM. Only Clinically significant in patients with deficiences

          

  2. UL (Tolerable upper intake level)HIGHEST average daily dose likely to pose no adverse effects for the GENERAL population

          

  3. MagnesiumDecreased absorption of Iron, ZINC, MAGNESIUM. Only Clinically significant in patients with deficiences

          

  4. Sensory Neuropathy20% elemental Iron

          

  5. Fiberalso known as THIAMINE, deficiency is associated with Alcoholism, A___xia, Crohns disease, F___ deficiency, Kidney Dialysis, and Loop Diuretics.

          

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