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1.
List of Food Containing Vitamin C

Vitamin CThere are many different types of vitamins that keep us healthy for example, Vitamin C. Vitamin C is also known as ascorbic acid it is one of many water soluble vitamins, which are vitamins that dissolve in water. Vitamin C is the most easily destroyed vitamin it can be destroyed by oxygen in the air and heat. ... Citrus fr...
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The General Benefits of Vitamin C

Vitamin C, otherwise known as the Ascorbic Acid, is vital for humans. It is actually a type of carbohydrate and is produced by converting glucose into Vitamin C. ... Vitamin C also helps prevent nitrates (tobacco smoke, bacon, etc.) from producing cancer. ... Most of the unused Vitamin C is vanished in the urine, but some n...
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Vitamins, Nutrients, and Minerals

Some examples of the 13 well-known vitamins are vitamin A, D, E, B, and C. A well-known vitamin that is commonly used in commercials for orange juice is vitamin C. Vitamin C or ascorbic acid is important in the making and maintenance of connective tissues. The lack of vitamin C will result in a sickness called scurvy. ... Another&...
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Vitamins and Minerals

Vitamins are classified into water-soluble and fat-soluble vitamins. ... Vitamin C is one of the most important vitamins one can consume, because they aid in healthy teeth and gums. Vitamin C can be found in lots of sweet fruits such as oranges, tangerines, lemons, grapefruits, honeydew melon, watermelon, strawberries, and raspberries. ...
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Vitamin Supplements

Then came the first supplement to become popularized in its uses this was vitamin C. ... Later I added beta-carotene, vitamin C and vitamin E. ... Vitamins E and C have shown no problems thus far, for most of the excess C is excreted in urine and the E build up in tissues have shown no damaging effects. ... (Selesinski, 300...
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The Importance of Vitamin B12

The vitamin B complex, composed of eight forms of vitamin B, works together to absorb and burn energy. ... Vitamin B12 is a water-soluble vitamin found only in animal originated products. ... Having high levels of vitamin B12 is not harmful in any way. ... Research has shown that when vitamin B12 works together with vitamin C alters membranes of...
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The Importance of Vitamin C to Our Body

Over the past few years, vitamin c has been a topic of controversy. ... Therefore, a supplement vitamin c pill was originally created. This is the form of vitamin c that we are used to seeing. ... Vitamin c is the most supplemented vitamin among Americans today. ... According to the research I have found, vitamin c is an excel...
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The Determination of Vitamin C

Vitamin C promotes healthy teeth and gums, helps absorption of iron, aids in maintenance of normal connective tissue, promotes wound healing, and helps boost the immune system.With vitamin C being such a useful substance to our bodies, finding good sources of vitamin C is important. ... But fruit juices, vitamin-supplemented drinks, or vitamin supple...
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Vitamin C concentration (Bio lab report)

Research problem: What is the concentration level of vitamin C in freshly squeezed orange juice, Fanta, Nikoline and "Rigtig Juice". ... Will the freshly squeezed orange juice contain more vitamin C than the sodas? ... With all the extra ingredients added, the vitamin C level will be low. ... I would have imagined it to contain a higher...
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Importance of Monitoring Childrens Health

Many of the vitamins that should occur in a child's lunchsuch as calcium, zinc, and iron are merely absent. ... Children lacking in the proper nutrition and vitamins are victims ofobesity. ... Also, vitamins A, C, and E have beenshown to prevent lung cancer. ... Vitamins play an important and essential role in humanlives. I learned that vita...
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A Self Evaluated 3-Day Dietary And Activity Habits

Mean intakes of vitamins and most minerals exceeded the Recommended Dietary Allowances (RDAs) except Retinol Eq. which was *66% of RDA,Vitamin B12, Vitamin B6, Vitamin C, Folate, Iron, and Phosphorous were *300% of the RDA.Introduction There is a natural linkage between nutrition and ex-ercise physiology. ... Some Vitamin D was also o...
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Diet Nutrition

There are six major nutrients come to use in food: Proteins; Carbohydrates; fats; Vitamins; minerals and water. ... Carbohydrates are our chief source of energy and treasured trove of vitamins and minerals. ... There are two main types of vitamins, water solvable; vitamins C and B-, which cannot be stored in the body. Vitamins A, D...
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The Dietary-Nutritional Lack of Vitamin B12

Vitamin B12 is abundant in meat, fish and most animal by-products, with vegetables being devoid of this vitamin (Patten, 1996). ... Visual impairment is often apparent, with bilateral visual loss, optic atrophy and centrocaecal scotoma (a visual field defect) (Lindsay and Bone, 1997).Vitamin B12 (Cobalamin)Vitamin B12 is the largest B ...
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Nutritional Diseases

Niacin is an element found in the B-complex vitamins. ... Rickets is caused by a lack of vitamin D in the body. ... Too much vitamin D is toxic, however, so it should never be taken in high doses without medical supervision.ScurvyToo little vitamin C in the diet can cause scurvy, a potentially serious vitamin-deficiency disease. ... The ...
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How Vitamin C and E Lower Risk of Alzhemier?

Recent studies have proven that vitamins E and C can lower the risk of Alzheimer. Both vitamin E and C works by destroying free radicals produced by amyloid. ... Vitamin C is protective against approximately 80 diseases. ... Vitamin C lowers histamine levels in the body and is called a natural antihistamine. As an antioxidant, vitamin C is an electro...
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The Nutrients of Carrots

They gotta lotta vitamin A, B and C. ... They gotta lotta vitamin A, B and C. ... They gotta lotta vitamin A, B and C. ... They gotta lotta vitamin A, B and C. ... They gotta lotta vitamin A, B and C. ...
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Cases of Hapatitis C in America

What is Hepatitis C? ... The hepatitis C if the leading cause of liver trasplants in the United States. ... Hepatitis C is not the only hepatitis that effects your liver, but Hepatitis A, B, C, D, E, and G also does. ... This results in the reason why there is a vaccine for hepatitis B, but not C. ... The l...
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18.
Food versus Nutrition

Also, enriched bread and cereal products contain high concentrations of B vitamins due to a governmental intervention of the whole food group to ensure that the nation was getting enough B vitamins Vitamin C, also known as ascorbic acid, is a water soluble vitamin. ... One primary function of vitamin C is to maintain collagen, a protein necessary for...
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Coboalt

It has a melting point of 1,490š C. and a boiling point of 2,900š C. ... It is a component of vitamin B12. ...
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Fast food Burgers: An All American Diet

Only 12%consumed 100% of the RDA for all of the top nutrients like protein, calciumand vitamin A, B, and C. ... That's true for other vitamins as well, especiallyvitamin B6 and vitamin E. Studies show that a 40% lower risk of heat diseasefor those taking vitamin E supplements. ... It makes sense for most people to take a multivit...
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What is an Anti-Oxidants?

III.Where anti-oxidants can be foundA.Found in our bodies1.One antioxidant produced in our body is known as superoxide dismutase or SOD for short.2.DHEA (dehydroepiandrosterone)- is another found in the form of a hormone B.Found in our food as in fruits and vegetables which contain the anti-oxidants such as vitamins A,C and E.1.Fruits suc...
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22.
Cloning

For example, oranges which contain an abundance of Vitamin C, can be altered to include Vitamin D and Calcium, which is found amply in milk. ...
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Nutrient Components of Food Affects The Brain Neurotransmitters

Due to this elimination of nutrients, the body increases the need for vitamins only found in these “stress neutrals.” When the body is distressed, it releases several hormones that suppress the body’s immune response, thereby exposing the body to any number of infections. In times of stress, it is advisable to t...
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Sports Nutrition and Athletic Performance

In this essay I will be discussing whether creatine phosphate can be a positive addition to sports performance, why carbohydrates are the primary supplement for energy, why water is important for a athletes, how fats can be used in a good sports diet, why vitamin and mineral are essential for a peak performance, and why iron helps with stamina...
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The Use of Animals in Research and Experimentation

There is an creature that lives two to three years, is unable to vomit, has no gall bladder, will give birth to 100 young each year, can synthesize Vitamin C in it's body, and could be up to three billion times more cancer-prone than a human.That creature is a mouse and it is used for scientific research into finding a cure&#...
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