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1 Vitamins Helping you to: Create a Healthy Lifestyle! Click here to play anhere interactive game.

2 Vitamins A vitamin is a compound that contributes to basic metabolic reactions in the body. True False

3 Vitamins A vitamin is a compound that contributes to basic metabolic reactions in the body. True Correct! These reactions promote growth, development and maintenance of body tissues. Next Question

4 Vitamins A vitamin is a compound that contributes to basic metabolic reactions in the body. False Incorrect! These reactions promote growth, development and maintenance of body tissues. Next Question

5 Vitamins Vitamins provide energy (calories). True False

6 Vitamins Vitamins provide energy (calories). True Incorrect. Vitamins do not provide energy but they are major contributors to many energy-yielding reactions in the body. Carbohydrates, protein, and fat are the only nutrients that provide calories or energy. Next Question

7 Vitamins Vitamins provide energy (calories). False Correct! Vitamins do not provide energy but they are major contributors to many energy-yielding reactions in the body. Carbohydrates, protein, and fat are the only nutrients that provide calories or energy. Next Question

8 Vitamins Megadosing is consuming more than this amount of the recommended daily value for a vitamin

9 Vitamins Megadosing is consuming more than this amount of the recommended daily value for a vitamin. 2 Incorrect. A megadose occurs when 10 times or more of a daily value for a vitamin is taken. Next Question

10 Vitamins Megadosing is consuming more than this amount of the recommended daily value for a vitamin. 5 Incorrect. A megadose occurs when 10 times or more of a daily value for a vitamin is taken. Next Question

11 Vitamins Megadosing is consuming more than this amount of the recommended daily value for a vitamin. 10 Correct! Next Question

12 Vitamins Megadosing is consuming more than this amount of the recommended daily value for a vitamin. 20 Incorrect. A megadose occurs when 10 times or more of a daily value for a vitamin is taken. Next Question

13 Vitamins Megadosing of vitamins can be fatal. True False

14 Vitamins Megadosing of vitamins can be fatal. True Correct! Consuming 10 or more times the recommended daily value can accumulate and be stored in the body which could be up to toxic and even fatal levels. Next Question

15 Vitamins Megadosing of vitamins can be fatal. False Incorrect. Consuming 10 or more times the recommended daily value can accumulate and be stored in the body which can build up to toxic and even fatal levels. Next Question

16 Vitamins What is NOT a possible effect of excess Vitamin C? Nausea Excessive bleeding Diarrhea

17 Vitamins What is NOT a possible effect of excess Vitamin C? Nausea Incorrect. An excess of Vitamin C can cause nausea and diarrhea. Excess Vitamin C cannot cause excessive bleeding. Next Question

18 Vitamins What is NOT a possible effect of excess Vitamin C? Excessive bleeding Correct! This is not a symptom of excess Vitamin C. Nausea and diarrhea are possible side effects. Next Question

19 Vitamins What is NOT a possible effect of excess Vitamin C? Diarrhea Incorrect. An excess of Vitamin C can cause nausea and diarrhea. Excess Vitamin C cannot cause excessive bleeding. Next Question

20 Vitamins Whether a vitamin is called fat or water-soluble depends on: Source they are from; animal or plantSource they are from; animal or plant Their method of absorption in the body Type of pill form they are available in

21 Vitamins Whether a vitamin is called fat or water-soluble depends on: Source they are from; animal or plant. Incorrect. These two types of vitamins are determined by their method of absorption in the body. Next Question

22 Vitamins Whether a vitamin is called fat or water-soluble depends on: Their method of absorption in the body. Correct! Next Question

23 Vitamins Whether a vitamin is called fat or water-soluble depends on: Type of pill form they are available in. Incorrect. These two groups are determined by their method of absorption in the body. Next Question

24 Vitamins What type of vitamins can accumulate and be stored in the body? Water-soluble Fat-solubleFat-soluble Insoluble

25 Vitamins What type of vitamins can accumulate and be stored in the body? Water soluble Incorrect. Fat-soluble can accumulate and be stored in the body. Next Question

26 Vitamins What type of vitamins can accumulate and be stored in the body? Fat-soluble Correct! Next Question

27 Vitamins What type of vitamins can accumulate and be stored in the body? Insoluble Incorrect. Fat-soluble can accumulate and be stored in the body. Next Question

28 Vitamins Which of the following are fat-soluble vitamins? Vitamins B 6, B 12, C, and BiotinVitamins B 6, B 12, C, and Biotin Vitamins A, D, E, and K Thiamin, Riboflavin, Folate, and NiacinThiamin, Riboflavin, Folate, and Niacin

29 Vitamins Which of the following are fat-soluble vitamins? Vitamins B 6, B 12, C, and Biotin Incorrect. Vitamins A, D, E and K are all fat-soluble. Next Question

30 Vitamins Which of the following are fat-soluble vitamins? Vitamins A, D, E and K Correct! Next Question

31 Vitamins Which of the following are fat-soluble vitamins? Thiamin, Riboflavin, Folate, and Niacin Incorrect. Vitamins A, D, E and K are all fat-soluble vitamins. Next Question

32 Vitamins Water-soluble vitamins are absorbed directly into the bloodstream and any excess is excreted in urine. True False

33 Vitamins Water-soluble vitamins are absorbed directly into the bloodstream and any excess is excreted in urine. True Correct! Next Question

34 Vitamins Water-soluble vitamins are absorbed directly into the bloodstream and any excess is excreted in urine. False Incorrect. This statement is true. Next Question

35 Vitamins Vitamin C helps prevent people from getting colds. True False

36 Vitamins Vitamin C helps prevent people from getting colds. True Incorrect. Vitamin C does not prevent people from getting colds but it may help lessen the severity and duration of the cold. Next Question

37 Vitamins Vitamin C helps prevent people from getting colds. False Correct! Vitamin C does not prevent people from getting colds but it may help lessen the severity and duration of the cold. Next Question

38 Vitamins Excess niacin can lead to increased blood sugar and yellowish eye color. True False

39 Vitamins Excess niacin can lead to increased blood sugar and yellowish eye color. True Incorrect. Excessive niacin may cause elevated blood sugar levels and ulcer, but will not lead to a yellowish eye color (jaundice). Next Question

40 Vitamins Excess niacin can lead to increased blood sugar and yellowish eye color. False Correct! Excessive niacin may cause elevated blood sugar levels and ulcer, but will not lead to a yellowish eye color (jaundice). Next Question

41 Vitamins A megadose of vitamin B 6 can cause which of the following? High fever Hot flashes Tingling of fingers and toes

42 Vitamins A megadose of vitamin B 6 can cause which of the following? High fever Incorrect. A megadose of vitamin B6 can cause tingling of the fingers and toes. Next Question

43 Vitamins A megadose of vitamin B 6 can cause which of the following? Hot flashes Incorrect. A megadose of vitamin B 6 can cause tingling of the fingers and toes. Next Question

44 Vitamins A megadose of vitamin B 6 can cause which of the following? Tingling of fingers and toes Correct! Next Question

45 Vitamins Which of the following are functions of Vitamin A? Blood clotting and DNA synthesis Energy metabolism, vision and blood clottingEnergy metabolism, vision and blood clotting Vision, immunity and proper cell growthVision, immunity and proper cell growth

46 Vitamins Which of the following are functions of Vitamin A? Blood clotting and DNA synthesis. Incorrect. Vision, immunity and proper cell growth are functions of this fat soluble vitamin. Vitamin A is found in egg yolks, milk fat, dark green and yellow vegetables, carrots, squash, sweet potatoes, and mangoes. Next Question

47 Vitamins Which of the following are functions of Vitamin A? Energy metabolism, vision and blood clotting. Incorrect. Vision, immunity and proper cell growth are functions of this fat soluble vitamin. Vitamin A is found in egg yolks, milk fat, dark green and yellow vegetables, carrots, squash, sweet potatoes, and mangoes. Next Question

48 Vitamins Which of the following are functions of Vitamin A? Vision, immunity and proper cell growth. Correct! Vitamin A is found in egg yolks, milk fat, dark green and yellow vegetables, carrots, squash, sweet potatoes, and mangoes. Next Question

49 Vitamins Which of the following is another name for Vitamin C? Linoleic Acid Ascorbic Acid Folic Acid

50 Vitamins Which of the following is another name for Vitamin C? Linoleic Acid. Incorrect. Ascorbic Acid is also known as Vitamin C, is found in citrus fruits and juices, tomatoes, broccoli, greens, melons, and strawberries. The daily value is 90mg/day for both men and women. Next Question

51 Vitamins Which of the following is another name for Vitamin C? Ascorbic Acid. Correct! Vitamin C is found in citrus fruits and juices, tomatoes, broccoli, greens, melons, and strawberries. The daily value is 90mg/day for both men and women. Next Question

52 Vitamins Which of the following is another name for Vitamin C? Folic Acid. Incorrect. Ascorbic Acid also known as Vitamin C, is found in citrus fruits and juices, tomatoes, broccoli, greens, melons, and strawberries. The daily value is 90mg/day for both men and women. Next Question

53 Vitamins This vitamin is related to bone health. Vitamin E Vitamin B 12Vitamin B 12 Vitamin D

54 Vitamins This vitamin is related to bone health. Vitamin E Incorrect. Vitamin D works with calcium and phosphorus for bone development, growth and maintenance. Sources of Vitamin D include sunlight, fortified milk and cereals, fish oils, egg yolk, butter, and liver. Next Question

55 Vitamins This vitamin is related to bone health. Vitamin B 12 Incorrect. Vitamin D works with calcium and phosphorus for bone development, growth and maintenance. Sources of Vitamin D include sunlight, fortified milk and cereals, fish oils, egg yolk, butter, and liver. Next Question

56 Vitamins Which vitamin is related to bone health. Vitamin D Correct! Vitamin D works with calcium and phosphorus for bone development, growth and maintenance. Sources of Vitamin D include sunlight, fortified milk and cereals, fish oils, egg yolk, butter, and liver. Next Question

57 Vitamins Folate (folic acid) is found in what foods? Raw leafy green vegetables, orange juice and liverRaw leafy green vegetables, orange juice and liver Milk, fish oils and bananas Corn, apples and tomatoes

58 Vitamins Folate (folic acid) is found in what foods? Raw leafy green vegetables, orange juice and liver Correct! Folate is needed for DNA synthesis, protein metabolism, and growth of red blood cells. Next Question

59 Vitamins Folate (folic acid) is found in what foods? Milk, fish oils and bananas Incorrect. Folate is found in raw leafy green vegetables, orange juice and liver. Folate is needed for DNA synthesis, protein metabolism, and growth of red blood cells. Next Question

60 Vitamins Folate (folic acid) is found in what foods? Corn, apples and tomatoes Incorrect. Folate is found in raw leafy green vegetables, orange juice and liver. Folate is needed for DNA synthesis, protein metabolism, and growth of red blood cells. Next Question

61 Vitamins This vitamin, found in kale, spinach, and broccoli, is important in proper blood clotting. Vitamin K Vitamin E Vitamin B 12Vitamin B 12

62 Vitamins This vitamin, found in kale, spinach, and broccoli, is important in proper blood clotting. Vitamin K Correct! Next Question

63 Vitamins This vitamin, found in kale, spinach, and broccoli, is important in proper blood clotting. Vitamin E Incorrect. Vitamin K is found in all of these foods and plays a part in blood clotting. Next Question

64 Vitamins This vitamin, found in kale, spinach, and broccoli, is important in proper blood clotting. Vitamin B 12 Incorrect. Vitamin K is found in all of these foods and plays a part in blood clotting. Next Question

65 Vitamins Vitamin A provides many important health benefits. It is not possible to consume too much. True False

66 Vitamins Vitamin A provides many important health benefits. It is not possible to consume too much. True Incorrect. Consuming an excess of Vitamin A, (a fat-soluble vitamin) can cause fatigue, vomiting, bone and joint pain, and even liver damage. The key is to consume no more than 100% of the daily value. More is not always better. Next Question

67 Vitamins Vitamin A provides many important health benefits. It is not possible to consume too much. False Correct! Consuming an excess of Vitamin A, (a fat-soluble vitamin) can cause fatigue, vomiting, bone and joint pain, and even liver damage. The key is to consume no more than 100% of the daily value. More is not always better. Next Question

68 Vitamins The most important group of vitamins for maintaining health are: Fat-soluble vitamins Water-soluble vitamins Both fat and water-soluble

69 Vitamins The most important group of vitamins for maintaining health are: Fat-soluble vitamins Incorrect. It is important to eat a diet rich in a variety of vitamins. Both groups of vitamins are needed to maintain proper cell function and health. Next Question

70 Vitamins The most important group of vitamins for maintaining health are: Water-soluble vitamins Incorrect. It is important to eat a diet rich in a variety of vitamins. Both groups of vitamins are needed to maintain proper cell function and health. Next Question

71 Vitamins The most important group of vitamins for maintaining health are: Both fat and water-soluble. Correct! It is important to eat a diet rich in a variety of vitamins. Both groups of vitamins are needed to maintain proper cell function and health. Next Question

72 Vitamins This vitamin is found in vegetable oils and is known for its antioxidant and immune functions. Vitamin A Vitamin E Niacin

73 Vitamins This vitamin is found in vegetable oils and is known for its antioxidant and immune functions. Vitamin A Incorrect. Vitamin E is found in wheat germ, sunflower, cottonseed, and other oils. Next Question

74 Vitamins This vitamin is found in vegetable oils and is known for its antioxidant and immune functions. Vitamin E Correct! Next Question

75 Vitamins This vitamin is found in vegetable oils and is known for its antioxidant and immune functions. Niacin Incorrect. Vitamin E is the correct answer and is found in wheat germ, sunflower, cottonseed, and other oils. Next Question

76 Vitamins This water-soluble vitamin works to provide the body with energy and synthesize blood cells and neurotransmitters. Vitamin B 6Vitamin B 6 Vitamin B 12Vitamin B 12 Vitamin B 2Vitamin B 2

77 Vitamins This water-soluble vitamin works to provide the body with energy and synthesize blood cells and neurotransmitters. Vitamin B 6 Correct! Vitamin B 6 is found in meat, bananas, legumes, whole grains, and wheat germ. Next Question

78 Vitamins This water-soluble vitamin works to provide the body with energy and synthesize blood cells and neurotransmitters. Vitamin B 12 Incorrect. Vitamin B 6 is the correct answer. Vitamin B 6 is found in meat, bananas, legumes, whole grains, and wheat germ. Next Question

79 Vitamins This water-soluble vitamin works to provide the body with energy and synthesize blood cells and neurotransmitters. Vitamin B 2 Incorrect. Vitamin B 6 is the correct answer. Vitamin B 6 is found in meat, bananas, legumes, whole grains, and wheat germ. Next Question

80 Vitamins Pantothenic Acid is not a vitamin. True False

81 Vitamins Pantothenic Acid is not a vitamin. True Incorrect. Pantothenic acid is a vitamin needed for energy metabolism and is found in broccoli, mushrooms, eggs, salmon, grains, and yeast. Next Question

82 Vitamins Pantothenic Acid is not a vitamin. False Correct! Pantothenic acid is a vitamin needed for energy metabolism and is found in broccoli, mushrooms, eggs, salmon, grains, and yeast. Next Question

83 Vitamins Vegetarians need to be sure to get this vitamin as it is only found in animal products. Vitamin B 3Vitamin B 3 Vitamin B 12Vitamin B 12 Vitamin B 1Vitamin B 1

84 Vitamins Vegetarians need to be sure to get this vitamin as it is only found in animal products. Vitamin B 3 Incorrect. Vitamin B 12 is the correct choice. B 12 is needed for folate metabolism and maintenance of nerve fibers. Next Question

85 Vitamins Vegetarians need to be sure to get this vitamin as it is only found in animal products. Vitamin B 12 Correct! B 12 is needed for folate metabolism and maintenance of nerve fibers. Next Question

86 Vitamins Vegetarians need to be sure to get this vitamin as it is only found in animal products. Vitamin B 1 Incorrect. Vitamin B 12 is the correct choice. B 12 is needed for folate metabolism and maintenance of nerve fibers. Next Question

87 Vitamins Vitamins B 1, B 2, B 3, and pantothenic acids are required for energy metabolism. True False

88 Vitamins Vitamins B 1, B 2, B 3, and pantothenic acids are required for energy metabolism. True Correct! Next Question

89 Vitamins Vitamins B 1, B 2, B 3, and pantothenic acids are required for energy metabolism. False Incorrect. These are all requirements for energy metabolism. Next Question

90 Vitamins Riboflavin is also known as Vitamin B 1. True False

91 Vitamins Riboflavin is also known as Vitamin B 1. True Incorrect. Riboflavin is known as Vitamin B 2. It is found in milk products, meats, fortified breads and cereals, and green vegetables. Next Question

92 Vitamins Riboflavin is also known as Vitamin B 1. False Correct! Riboflavin is known as Vitamin B 2. It is found in milk products, meats, fortified breads and cereals, and green vegetables. Next Question

93 Vitamins Vitamin B 3, also known as niacin, is found in eggs, broccoli, and salmon. True False

94 Vitamins Vitamin B 3, also known as niacin, is found in eggs, broccoli, and salmon. True Correct! Next Question

95 Vitamins Vitamin B 3, also known as niacin, is found in eggs, broccoli, and salmon. False Incorrect. Niacin is found in meats, fish, poultry, liver, yeast, legumes, and whole grains. Next Question

96 Vitamins Thiamin, also known as Vitamin B 1, is found in meats, yeast, nuts, whole grains, fruits, and vegetables. True False

97 Vitamins Thiamin, Vitamin B 1, is found in meats, yeast, nuts, whole grains, fruits, and vegetables. True Correct! Next slide

98 Vitamins Thiamin, Vitamin B 1, is found in meats, yeast, nuts, whole grains, fruits, and vegetables. False Incorrect. This statement is true. Next slide

99 Vitamins It is important to eat a variety of foods in proper portion sizes to get all the vitamins and minerals your body needs! The more colors you eat, the more nutrients you consume! Bon appetite! Next slide

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