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Lecture 10

NUTR 1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Thiamine, Blood Proteins, B Vitamins


Department
Nutrition
Course Code
NUTR 1010
Professor
El Khoury
Lecture
10

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WATER SOLUBLE VITAMINS
The micronutrients
vitamins
organic
minerals
inorganic
Types of vitamins
water soluble
bound to blood proteins
excreted in the urine
fat soluble
lipoproteins or bound to transport proteins
often stored in the body
Vitamin sources
in supplements and foods
grains
veggies and fruit
milk products
meat
B vitamins
B1=thiamin
B2=riboflavin
B3=niacin
B5=pantothenic acid
B6=pyridoxine
B7=biotin
B9=folate
B12=cobalamin
co enzyme functions
activates enzymes
allows for chemical reactions to take place
Fortified vs enriched foods
fortification
making something stronger
enrichment
adding nutrients back into food
taking a closer look at
thiamin
sources
grains
functions
needed to burn glucose for energy
deficiency
beriberi
folate
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