Fat Soluble Vitamin Quiz

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1.  Toxicity of what vitamin causes: Augments the effects of anti-clotting medications,  general discomfort, nausea, blurred vision and fatigue?
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2.  Toxicity of what vitamin causes: red blood breakage, cessation of menstruation, nose bleeds, bone pain; growth retardation; increased pressure inside skull; headaches; possible bone mineral loss, abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, weight loss,  over-activity, blurred vision, muscle weakness, fatigue, irritability, loss of appetite, dry skin, rashes, loss of hair,cracking & bleeding lips, brittle nails, hair loss, liver enlargement & liver damage and birth defects.
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3.  Self syntheses with sunlight, fortified milk or margarine, liver, sardines, salmon and shrimp are sources of what vitamin?
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4.  Toxicity of what vitamin causes: Raised blood calcium, calcification of blood vessels & heart tissues, calcification of tooth soft tissues, thinning of tooth enamel, excessive thirst, headaches, irritability, loss of appetite, weakness, nausea, kidney stones, calcification of soft tissues (kidneys, lungs, joints), and mental & physical retardation of offspring?
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5.  Toxicity of what vitamin causes interference with anti-clotting medicine?
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6.  Polyunsaturated plant oils (margarine, salad dressings, shortenings), green & leafy vegetables, wheat germ, whole grain products, nuts and seeds are sources for what vitamin?
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7.  (Retinal): Fortified milk, cheese, cream, butter, fortified margarine, eggs and liver are good sources for what?
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8.  Bacterial syntheses in digestive tract, green leafy veggies, cabbage type veggies, soybeans and vegetable oils are sources for what vitamin?
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9.  Functions: mineralization of bones (raises blood calcium & phosphorus via absorption from digestive tract & by withdrawing calcium from bones & stimulating retention by kidneys).
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10.  Functions: antioxidant (quenching of free radicals), stabilization of cell membranes, support of immune function, protection of polyunsaturated fatty acids and normal nerve development.
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11.  Hypovitaminosis A is a result from a deficiency of what?
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12.  Rickets and Osteomalacia are deficiencies of what vitamin?
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13.  (Beta-carotene): Spinach & other dark, leafy greens; broccoli; deep orange fruits & vegetables are good sources for what vitamin?
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14.  Functions: synthesis of blood clotting proteins & proteins important in bone mineralization.
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15.  Functions: Vision, health of cornea, epithelial cells, mucous membranes, skin, bone and tooth growth, regulation of gene expression, reproduction and immunity.
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