VITAMINSVitamin D
Supervisor: Budi Astuti, M. Ed          ByNormiliani 3061024076
Do You Need Vitamins?
What are vitamins ?     I’m coming
What do Vitamins                          contain?            Vitamins should containfat-soluble vitamins         water-so...
What is the difference               between fat-soluble           Vitamins and water-soluble                   vitamins?F...
Fat-soluble VitaminsVitamin A
What is                    Vitamin A?- Fat-soluble- Retinol    *One of the most active,    usable forms- Found in animal a...
Benefits Vision   - Generates pigments for the retina   - Maintains surface lining of eyes Bone growth Reproduction Ce...
Where does it                                     come from?                  Eggs              Animal SourcesCheese      ...
carrots                                         Sweet Potatoes           Plant Sources                     Pink Grapefruit...
What do these plants have in                      common??Most are orange or   Beta-Carotene       Masked in someyellow in...
Signs ofDeficiency   *Night blindness             *Decreased resistance to infections             *Extremely dry skin, hai...
Too Much Can Be            *Hypervitaminosis A leads to  Toxic!!            toxic symptoms:               - Dry, itchy ski...
Vitamin D
What is                         Vitamin D?Fat-soluble1. Found in animal:    - Fatty fish (salmon, tuna, mackerel)     - Fo...
BenefitsPrevents rickets and  osteomalaciaHelps in the calcium andphosphorus absorptionBoosts the immune systemVital f...
Deficiency      Severe:-rickets in children. - osteomalacia in       adults.
Toxicity can                              result in:*Nausea and vomiting*Loss of appetite*Fatigue*Heart and kidney problem...
THANKS    ryuamasuka@ymail.com       @Miliyeppa91Elf
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Vitamins

  1. 1. VITAMINSVitamin D
  2. 2. Supervisor: Budi Astuti, M. Ed ByNormiliani 3061024076
  3. 3. Do You Need Vitamins?
  4. 4. What are vitamins ? I’m coming
  5. 5. What do Vitamins contain? Vitamins should containfat-soluble vitamins water-soluble vitamins B-complex and C. A, D, E and K
  6. 6. What is the difference between fat-soluble Vitamins and water-soluble vitamins?Fat-soluble vitaminsare stored in the liverand fatty tissues. Water-soluble vitamins travel in the blood and are stored in limited amounts
  7. 7. Fat-soluble VitaminsVitamin A
  8. 8. What is Vitamin A?- Fat-soluble- Retinol *One of the most active, usable forms- Found in animal and plantsources
  9. 9. Benefits Vision - Generates pigments for the retina - Maintains surface lining of eyes Bone growth Reproduction Cell division and differentiation Healthy Skin Regulate Immune System
  10. 10. Where does it come from? Eggs Animal SourcesCheese Meat Kidney Liver fish oil
  11. 11. carrots Sweet Potatoes Plant Sources Pink GrapefruitApricots Pumpkin Spinach Broccoli
  12. 12. What do these plants have in common??Most are orange or Beta-Carotene Masked in someyellow in color is precursor of green plants Vitamin A
  13. 13. Signs ofDeficiency *Night blindness *Decreased resistance to infections *Extremely dry skin, hair or nails
  14. 14. Too Much Can Be *Hypervitaminosis A leads to Toxic!! toxic symptoms: - Dry, itchy skin - Headaches and fatigue - Hair loss - Liver damage - Blurred vision - Loss of appetite - Skin coloration
  15. 15. Vitamin D
  16. 16. What is Vitamin D?Fat-soluble1. Found in animal: - Fatty fish (salmon, tuna, mackerel) - Fortified milk - Egg yolk2. and Sunlight is the best source of vitamin D.
  17. 17. BenefitsPrevents rickets and osteomalaciaHelps in the calcium andphosphorus absorptionBoosts the immune systemVital for healthy bones and teeth
  18. 18. Deficiency Severe:-rickets in children. - osteomalacia in adults.
  19. 19. Toxicity can result in:*Nausea and vomiting*Loss of appetite*Fatigue*Heart and kidney problems*Hypocalcaemia
  20. 20. THANKS ryuamasuka@ymail.com @Miliyeppa91Elf

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