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5 Matching questions

  1. Cyanocobalamin
  2. Cis
  3. Pantothenic Acid (B5)
  4. Calcium
  5. Sensory Neuropathy
  1. a Adverse effect of Vitamin B6 is ______ _______. A daily dose of more than 1000 mg or a cumulative dose of More than 1000g. MAY BE IRREVERSIBLE
  2. b Royal jelly contains large amounts of ? ? or vitamin (__)
  3. c Vitamin B12, Oral Supplementation is EQUIVALENT to IM (one monthly)
  4. d Magnesium is often in combo with ? 2:1 ratio or 3:1 (3:1 never found to be superior)
  5. e Lycopene in the Heat Processsing of raw foods is in the ? form.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Calcium Citrate is ? percent calcium. Acid-independent
  2. Lowers cholesterol, decreases Triglycerides and Increases HDL.
  3. Dietary intake of ? does not decrease the risk of getting a cold. May reduce symptoms by 1-1.5 days. Possible dose dependent
  4. Used when RDA cannot be determined (based on observational and experimental studies)
  5. Deficiency is associated with Alcoholism, Anorexia, Crohns disease, folate deficiency, kidney dialysis, loop diuretics

5 True/False questions

  1. Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine)Used for Pregnancy induced nausea and vomiting. use 10-25 mg TID or QD. Less than 100 mg is safe

          

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

          

  3. Folic Acid (Vitamin B9)Used for the prevention of neural tube defects, reduces the side effects of LOW DOSE MTX

          

  4. RDA (recommended daily allowance)Used when RDA cannot be determined (based on observational and experimental studies)

          

  5. Folic AcidVitamin b6 can decrease ? ?, pregnant women need alot to prevent birth defects such as neural tube disorders