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Vitamins and Minerals: A Brief Review
Calcium Function – build strong bones and teeth Deficiency - Osteoporosis
Potassium Function: Nerve and muscle communication
Iron Function: makes hemoglobin (in red blood cells) Deficiency: anemia Excess: constipation
Sodium Function – fluid balance Excess: high blood pressure
Fluoride Function: healthy teeth Sources: processed water, toothpaste Excess: tooth decay Deficiency: tooth decay
Vitamin D Function: absorption of calcium; strong bones Deficiency: Rickets
Vitamin K Function: blood clotting Deficiency: hemorrhage
Folate (folic acid) Function: red blood cell development; spinal cord development Deficiency: folate-deficiency anemia; neural tube defects during pregnancy
Vitamin C Function: Growth and repair of tissues; fighting infection Deficiency: Scurvy
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©2011 Cengage Learning Prepared by: Andrew Owusu Ph.D Chapter 5: Personal Nutrition.
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