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Class Notes for Food, Nutrition and Health at University of British Columbia

Food, Nutrition and Health
FNH 350
Barbara Stefanska
Food, Nutrition and Health
FNH 350
Barbara Stefanska
Food, Nutrition and Health
FNH 350
Barbara Stefanska
Food, Nutrition and Health
FNH 350
Barbara Stefanska
Food, Nutrition and Health
FNH 350
Barbara Stefanska
Food, Nutrition and Health
FNH 350
Barbara Stefanska
Food, Nutrition and Health
FNH 350
Barbara Stefanska
Food, Nutrition and Health
FNH 350
Barbara Stefanska
Food, Nutrition and Health
FNH 350
Barbara Stefanska
Food, Nutrition and Health
FNH 350
Barbara Stefanska
FNH 351 Lecture 6: Vitamin B12

Vitamin B12 Coenzyme forms: 5-deoxyadenosulcobalamin, methylcobalamin Metabolic Functions as Coenzymes 1. Remethylation of homocysteine into methionine (cytosol) a. Enzyme: methionine synthase (MS) b. Coenzyme: methylcobal...

Food, Nutrition and Health
FNH 351
Yvonne Lamers
FNH 351 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Brush Border, Pancreatic Juice, Folic Acid

Folate Chemical Structures Folate: reduced, biologically active Coenzymes: reduced, biologically active, interchangeable 5-MTHR, 5-FTHF, 10-FTHF, 5,10-MTHF, THF Folic acid: oxidized, synthetic, most stable, used in supplem...

Food, Nutrition and Health
FNH 351
Yvonne Lamers
FNH 351 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Fatty Acid Desaturase, Vitamin B6, Glycogen Phosphorylase

Vitamin B6 Chemical structures: PLPPL, PMPPM, PNPPN Food Sources Meat, veggies, grains Plant: PN, PNP, PN-glycoside Animal: PMPPM, PLPPL Supplements: PN hydrochloride Function Biochemical Role PLP functions as coenzyme 1. ...

Food, Nutrition and Health
FNH 351
Yvonne Lamers
FNH 351 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Pyruvate Dehydrogenase, Alcohol Dehydrogenase, Niacin

Niacin (B3) Chemical structure: nicotinic acid, nicotinamide Coenzymes: NAD+, NADPH, (NADH, NADP+) Food Sources Meat, grains Plant: nicotinic acid Animal: nicotinamide, NADH, NADPH Supplementsfortified: nicotinic acid, nic...

Food, Nutrition and Health
FNH 351
Yvonne Lamers
FNH 351 Lecture 2: Riboflavin

Riboflavin (B2) Chemical forms: FAD, FMN, free riboflavin Active coenzymes: FAD, FMN Food Sources Meat, dairy, veggies, fortified grains Metabolic Functions Energy metabolism pathways 1. Succinate dehydrogenase (FAD) 2. El...

Food, Nutrition and Health
FNH 351
Yvonne Lamers

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