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1 Solubility Function Sources Vitamins Mrs. Harrop

2 Solubility Vitamins are either water or fat soluble. Water soluble are those that dissolve in water. They are then transported through the body. Fat soluble are those that require a lipid. They are transferred and stored in the body using a fat.

3 Fat Soluble Vitamins Vitamin A Vitamin D Vitamin E Vitamin K

4 Water Soluble Vitamins Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid) B1 B2 Niacin Folacin B6 B12

5 Function of Fat Soluble Vitamins Vitamin A- carotene converts to Vitamin A for: vision, growth, nerves Vitamin D- bones, teeth and helps to use minerals Ca and P Vitamin E- energy, cell membranes and antioxidants Vitamin K- blood clotting (you only need a small amount)

6 Function of Water Soluble Vitamins Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid)- collagen to hold cell walls together B1 (Thiamine)- nerve tissue, digestive system, appetite, energy and muscle control B2 (Riboflavin)- promotes growth, nerves, digestion, and works with protein Niacin- promotes growth, nerves, digestion and works with protein

7 Function of Water Soluble Vitamins Folacin- red blood cells, synthesize DNA, cell division and prevents certain birth defects B6 (Pyridoxine)- Immune and nervous system and needs to be replaced daily B12 (Cobalamin)- generation of DNA cells, bone marrow and red blood cells

8 Food Sources Vitamin A Liver Oranges Pears Yellow fruits Vegetables Vitamin D Milk

9 Food Sources Vitamin E Green leafy vegetables Fruits Whole grains Liver Apples Oil Fats

10 Food Sources Vitamin K Dark green vegetables Cabbage Cauliflower Liver Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid) Citrus fruits Cantaloupe Strawberries Pineapples

11 Food Sources B1 (Thiamine) Milk Whole Grains Poultry Fish Dried Beans B2 (Riboflavin) Milk Whole Grains Dark green vegetables Fish Eggs

12 Food Sources Niacin Milk Whole grains Dates Peaches Fish Poultry Peanuts

13 Food Sources Folacin Oranges Dark green vegetables Whole grains Meat Eggs B6 (Pyridoxine) Meat Vegetables Bananas

14 Food Sources B12 (Cobalamin) Milk Eggs Meat Fruits Vegetables

15 Preventions Vitamin A- night blindness, poor eyesight, poor skin and hair Vitamin D- Rickets Vitamin E- too much vitamin E can cause blurred vision, nausea and dizziness Vitamin K- Hemorrhaging

16 Preventions Vitamin C- Scurvy Vitamin B1- Beriberi Vitamin B2- Premature aging Niacin- Pellagra

17 Preventions Folacin- anemia, certain birth defects B6- poor health B12- anemia, damage to intestinal tract

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