5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Vitamin E (sources)
- Vitamin D (UL)
- Vitamin K (body manufactured)
- Vitamin D (kidney function)
- Vitamin E (function)
- a in the GI by bacteria, manaquinones (10% absorbed)
- b 50 micrograms a day
- c with regulation from parathyriod hormone makes active form of calcitriol (hormone) induces vitamin D function.
- d antioxidant- stops damage done by free radicals (because it donates an electron to the free radicals), reduces oxidative stress
- e vegtable oil, margarine, shortening, wheat germ, whole grains, seeds, nuts (animal fats are NOT good sources)
5 Multiple choice questions
- interfere with vitamin K (needed for blood clotting). May cause hemorrhaging
- absorbed with dietary fat in small intestines or made in the body. Liver makes it inactive. Kidney's make it calcitriol (active form).
- hemolytic enemia, but are rare
- vitamin D deficiencty. (Children)improper bone formation
- 1000 mg/ natural source. 1,100/synthetic source
5 True/False questions
Vitamin K (function) → antioxidant- stops damage done by free radicals (because it donates an electron to the free radicals), reduces oxidative stress
Hemmorrhagic diesase → vitamin E deficiency. Red blood cells are broken down faster than they can be replaced.
Deficiency of Vitamin D → Bone Health. aid in increasing absorption of food. Aid releasing calcium from bone or depositing calcium by the kidneys
vitamin/mineral supplementation (things to look for) → no more than 10% of daily value (should not exceed UL's). USP (United States Pharmacopeia) Certification.
Vitamin E (transportation) → from liver via lipoproteins (very low lipoproteins). Excreted in bile, urine, and skin.