Essays on Vitamin

Role Of Vitamin E In Prevention Of Oral Cancer

Vitamin E is an umbrella term for a group of 8 fat soluble antioxidants including alpha-, beta-, gamma-, and delta-tocopherol, and alpha-, beta-, gamma-, and delta-tocotrienol, though alpha-tocopherol is believed to be the primary form used by the human body.1 Vitamin E prevents production of reactive oxygen species by fat oxidation and is important for...
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Vitamin A Deficiency In Developing Countries

Micronutrient deficiencies are one of the leading causes of malnutrition, especially in the developing world. Vitamin deficiencies can lead to impaired growth and development, birth defects, visual impairments, and other health issues. (Beaudry) Over two billion people suffer from Micronutrient deficiencies on a global scale, and 25% of the population is at risk or suffering...
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Critique On The Vitamin b6 During Pregnancy

Introduction Nowadays, taking supplement is very common to pregnant women or ready for pregnancy aim to a comfortable pregnancy period, and also prepare a better growth of infant. However, overdosing of vitamins or minerals would get side effects. According to Consumer council (HK) (2018) reports 9 of 76 samples’ suggested dosages are extremely more than...
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