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Niacin B3
Sources
Tuna
Beef
Chicken
Niacin B3
Function
Energy Metabolism
Riboflavin B2
RDA
1.3 Men

1.1 Female
Riboflavin B2
Needed to get energy from carbs
Vitamin C
Deficiency
Scurvy
Thiamine (vitamin B1) deficiency
Beriberi
Sodium AI
1500 mg

2300 mg
Iron Functions
transports oxygen as a component of hemoglobin in RBCs
5 stages of Iron Deficency
1. Overload
2. Normal
3. Depleted Stores
4. Iron Deficiency
5. Iron Deficiency Anemia
Iron Sources
Heme (beef)

Non-Heme (spinach)
Zinc
important in reproduction
Selenium
antioxidant in conjuction with Vitamin E

needed in thyroid production
Niacin B3
Deficiency
Pellegra
Niacin B3
Toxicity
Flushing from release of histamine

Possible injury to liver

Increase of blood glucose
3 forms of Vitamin K
Phylloquinone

Menaquiones

Menadione
Vitamin C functions
collagen synthesis

iron absorption
Vitamin B12 Cabalamine
Deficiency
anemia
Water Soluble Vitamins
Cabalamine
Pyridoxine
Pantothenic Acid
Folate
Vitamin C
Biotin
Niacin
Thiamin
Riboflavin
Vitamin B12 Cabalamine
Function
part of coenzyme used in new cell synthesis
Thiamin B1 Functions
helps make glucose through glycolysis
Thiamin B1 Sources
whole grains
Vitamin E Deficiency
diseases that cause malabsorption of fat
Vitamin E Functions
regulation of oxidation reactions
Thiamin B1 RDA
1.2 mg per day Men

1.1 mg per day Female
Thiamin B1 Defiency
Alcoholics are vulnerable
Vitamin B6 Pyridoxine
RDA
1.3 mg/day

pregnancy 1.9 mg/day
Vitamin B6 Pyridoxine Toxicity
Nerve conduction problems
Vitamin b6 Pyridoxine Sources
meat/meat products

leafy green veggies
Vitamin B6 Pyridoxine Funtion
Helps make RBCs
Vitamin B12 Cabalamine Sources
Animal Products