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Can you name the Fat Soluable Vitamins?

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Provitamin sources found in plants
Important antioxidant in lipid-rich areas of body
Deficiency is hemorrhaging fractures
Helps cell membrane, lungs, DNA, heart and other tissues
Found in plant oils and margarine, wheat germ, nuts and seeds, fortified breakfast cereal
Some is made in the gut
Found in fortified dairy and wheat, fatty fish and mushrooms
Deficiency is night blindness, xerophthalmia, hyperkeratosis, poor growth and dry skin
Overeating liver can lead to toxicity of:
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Deficiency is rickets, osteomalacia
Preformed sources found in animals
Regulates blood calclium
Most active form alplha tocopherols
Helps vision, mucus membrane and cell integrity, cell differentiation, bone remodeling and immunity
Helps blood clotting, and bone formation
Deficiency is Erythorocyte hemolysis and nerve degeneration
Found in liver, green leafy vegetables, cabbage and liver

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