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FSHN 125 Lecture Notes - Multivitamin, Veganism, 1Time Airline

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Fall 2012

Department
Food Sci+Human Nutrition
Course Code
FSHN 125
Professor
John Avens

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16 October
Learning Exercise #54
Which are all water-soluble vitamins?
A. Vitamin A, vitamin C, folic acid
B. Niacin, thiamine, vitamin E
*C. Vitamin B6, folic acid, vitamin C
D. Vitamin C, vitamin A, thiamine
E. Vitamin D, vitamin A, vitamin E, and vitamin K
Learning Objective
Compare vitamins to
Protein, fat, and carbohydrate
In terms of
Chemical structure
Digestion and absorption
Functional use
Requirement in human diet
Vitamins are
Organic chemicals (Carbon)
No characteristic structure
Small amounts in foods
Not digested
Absorbed intact in small intestine
Not yield energy

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16 October Learning Exercise #54 Which are all water-soluble vitamins? A. Vitamin A, vitamin C, folic acid B. Niacin, thiamine, vitamin E *C. Vitamin B6, folic acid, vitamin C D. Vitamin C, vitamin A, thiamine E. Vitamin D, vitamin A, vitamin E, and vitamin K Learning Objective Compare vitamins to Protein, fat, and carbohydrate In terms of Chemical structure Digestion and absorption Functional use Requirement in human diet Vitamins are Organic chemicals (Carbon) No characteristic structure Small amounts in foods Not digested Absorbed intact in small intestine Not yield energy Not used for tissue structure Regulators of body metabolism Necessary for normal growth and body functioning Needed in human body in minute amounts Daily dietary requirement Not synthesized by the body; essential in diet Learning Objective Which vitamins are Fat-soluble Vitamin A Vitamin D Vitamin E Vitamin K All dogs eat kibbles Water-soluble Thiamin Riboflavin Niacin Pantothenic acid Biotin Vitamin B-6
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