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Department
Foods and Nutrition
Course
Foods and Nutrition 1021
Professor
Noelle Martin
Semester
Winter

Description
Mineral Function Deficiency Toxicity Sources CALCIUM  Principal  1000 mg  2500 mg Milk, mineral of  Stunted growth  Constipation Oysters, bones & teeth  Osteoporosis  Urinary tract Broccoli  Muscle stones contraction &  Kidney relaxation dysfunction  Nerve  Absorption functioning interference  Regulation of cell activities  Blood clotting  Blood pressure  Immune defenses PHOSPHORUS  Mineralization  700 mg  4000 mg Animals of bones &  Appetite loss  Calcification Legumes teeth  Bone pain of  Cell genetic  Muscle nonskeletal material weakness tissues  Phospholipids  Impaired (kidney)  Energy growth transfer  Rickets  Buffers MAGNESIUM  Bone  400 / 310 mg  350 mg Nuts mineralization  Weakness  Abuse of Legumes  Protein  Muscle laxatives  Whole building twitches diarrhea Grains Seafood  Enzyme  Appetite loss  Fluid & action  Confusion electrolyte,  Muscle  If extreme: pH function convulsions, imbalances  Nerve bizarre impulses movements,  Immune hallucinations, function difficulty  Teeth swallowing  Growth failure SODIUM  OUTSIDE +  1500 mg  2300 mg Salt  Na, Cl, K  Muscle cramps  Hyper Soy Sauce (electrolytes)  Mental apathy tension  Fluid balance  Loss of Fast  Acid-base appetite Food balance  Nerve impulse transmission POTASSIUM  INSIDE +  4700 mg  Muscular Potato  Protein  Dehydration weakness Banana making  Muscular  Triggers Whole  Fluid & weakness vomiting Foods electrolyte  Paralysis  Stops heart balance  Confusion  Cell integrity
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