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  • 1. Vitamins ChartSimple guide and chart to vitamins and minerals
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  • 4. Vitamin/Mineral Present in EffectsVitamin A Liver, egg yolk, dairy products, margarine. Beta Keeps eyes healthy; develops bones; carotene (pro-vitamin A) is found in dark green and protects linings of respiratory, digestive(Retinol or Beta- deep yellow fruits and vegetables. and urinary tracts; maintains healthycarotene) skin and hair. Beta carotene fights free radicals (chemicals that damage cells).Vitamin B1 Whole grains, cereals and enriched grain products; Promotes healthy functioning of the also legumes (dried beans, peas, and nuts), organ nerves, muscles and heart. Metabolizes(Thiamine) meats, lean pork and eggs. carbohydrates.Vitamin B2 Organ meats, enriched breads and cereals, legumes, Metabolizes carbohydrates, fats and almonds, cheese and eggs; also meat, fish and dark proteins, produces hormones; promotes(Riboflavin) green vegetables. eye and skin health.Vitamin B3 Meat, organ meats, whole grains and cereals, and Metabolizes carbohydrates and fats; legumes; also eggs, milk, green leafy vegetables and helps functioning of digestive system;(Niacin) fish. maintains health skin.Vitamin B5 Organ meats, yeast, raw vegetables, eggs and dairy Produces hormones and maintains products. bodys immune system(Pantothenic Acid)
  • 5. Vitamin B6 Whole-grain products, poultry, fish, and nuts; also Metabolizes protein; helps produce meat, most fruits and vegetables, eggs and dairy hemoglobin; promotes functioning of(Pyridoxine) products digestive and nervous systems, andBenefits healthy skin.Vitamin B12 Primarily organ meats; also fish, lean meats, poultry, Builds genetic material of cells and cheese, and eggs. produces blood cells.(Cyanocobalamin)Vitamin C Dosage Almost exclusively fruits and vegetables (especially An antioxidant, fights and resists infection; citrus fruits, tomatoes, peppers, strawberries, and heals wounds; promotes growth and(Ascorbic Acid) cantaloupe) although breast milk and organ meats maintenance of bones, teeth, gums, contain small amounts. ligaments and blood vessels.Vitamin D For most people, sun exposure is the primary source Builds strong bones and teeth and of vitamin D. Food sources include Vitamin D-fortified maintains the nervous system.(Cholecalciferol) milk, eggs, fish-liver oils and fatty fish such as herring, mackerel and salmon.Vitamin E Foods vegetable oils, nuts, wheat germ and whole-wheat Protects the lungs, nervous system, products, egg yolks and green leafy vegetables. skeletal muscle and the eyes retina from(Tocopherol) damage by free radicals; may reduce risk of heart disease by protecting against atherosclerosis.
  • 6. Vitamin H Oats, organ meats, yeast and eggs (cooked); also whole- Metabolizes proteins and carbohydrates; wheat products, dairy products, fish and tomatoes. breaks down fatty acids.(Biotin)Vitamin K Dark green leafy vegetables, eggs, cheese, pork and liver. Promotes normal blood-clotting.Vitamin M vegetables (especially dark-green ones), organ meats, Synthesis of protein and genetic materials; whole-wheat products, legumes and mushrooms. may help prevent some cancers, heart(Folic Acid) disease and stroke; when taken during pregnancy, protects against some birth defects.Calcium (Ca) Primarily in milk and dairy products; also dark-green Builds bones and teeth; promotes blood vegetables, legumes, shellfish, fish with edible bones and clotting, contraction of muscles and nerve tofu; also calcium-fortified orange juice. impulses.Chromium (Cr) Whole wheat and other whole grains and molasses. An essential nutrient required for normal sugar and fat metabolism; may also help prevent high cholesterol and atherosclerosis.Copper (Cu) Organ meats, shellfish, whole-grain products, legumes Builds bones, red blood cells and and dried fruits. hemoglobin; metabolizes iron, maintains connective tissue and blood vessels; may play a role in cancer prevention.
  • 7. Fluoride (F) Seafood, tea, coffee and None Promotes bone and tooth soybeans; sodium fluoride is formation; prevents tooth often added to the water supply decay. to prevent tooth decay.Iodine (I2) Saltwater fish, shellfish, sea 150 µg Helps produce thyroid kelp and iodized salt. hormones; adequate iodine intake during pregnancy is crucial to normal fetal development.Iron (Fe) Iron is poorly absorbed from Women 15 mg; Helps produce hemoglobin and food. The richest sources are Men 10 mg red blood cells; delivers oxygen red meat and organ meats; to muscles and other body other sources include whole- tissues; protects against effects wheat products, shellfish, nuts of stress and dried fruit. Many breads and cereals are enriched with iron. Vitamin C aids absorption of iron and is often added to iron supplements.Magnesium (Mg) Legumes, whole-grain cereals, Women 280 mg; Builds bones and teeth; nuts and dark-green Men 350 mg involved in functioning of vegetables; also meat, seafood muscular and nervous systems and dairy products. and hear and circulatory system.Manganese (Mn) Tea, green vegetables, 2 - 5 mg Involved in reproductive legumes, oats and rice. processes, sex hormone formation; essential for normal brain function and bone development.
  • 8. Molybdenum (Mo) Dairy products, legumes, whole-grain Involved in enzyme activities. cereals and organ meats.Phosphorus (P) Meat, fish, eggs, legumes and dairy Builds bones and teeth. products; also whole wheat, corn and rice.Potassium (K) Potatoes, dried fruits, bananas, legumes, Helps nerves and muscles function; raw vegetables, avocados and regulates hearts rhythm; regulates bodily mushrooms; also lean meat, milk and fish. fluids.Selenium (Se) Whole-grain cereals, fish and shellfish, An antioxidant, helps protect cells and meat and dairy products. tissues from damage by free radicals; may also protect against some cancers.Sodium (Na) Naturally in many foods and is added to Maintains bodys fluid balance; important many prepared foods. for nerve function and muscle contraction; controls hearts rhythm.Zinc (Zn) Shellfish (particularly oysters), organ Involved in growth, skin health and wound meats and lean red meat, yeast, whole- healing, development of the reproductive grain cereals, and legumes. organs, protein metabolism and energy production.
  • 9. Vitamins ChartSimple guide and chart to vitamins and minerals