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Section 1

Question Answer
Vitamin AFound in liver, egg yolk, broccoli, cantaloupe, sweet potatoes
Vitamin AHelps eye health, bone/skin/mucous membrane
Vitamin CFound in citrus, strawberries, tomaatoes, sensitive to light
Vitamin CAntioxidant, helps with wound healing, collagen formation
Vitamin DFound in egg yolk, fatty fish, fortified milk
Vitamin DHelps with Ca and Phos. absorption
Vitamin KFound in dark green leafy veggies, less in cereals and dairy
Vitamin KThis is a blood clotting factor and helps with protein formation
Niacin (B3)Found in protein-rich foods; enriched cereals and milk
Cobalamin (B12)Found in animal-derived proteins and milk
Cobalamin (B12)Helps with fatty acid metabolism and storage of folate
FolateFound in green leafy foods, legumes, fortified cereals
FolateRole in proper formation of fetal neural tubes.
Thiamin (B1)Found in whole grains, legumes, nuts
Thiamin (B1)Neeed for energy metabolsim, and nerve functioning; ETOH abuse can decrease level

Section 2

Question Answer
CalciumFound in milk and other dairy products; tofu; fortified foods
CalciumDevelops strong bones and teeth; role in BP regulation and muscle contraction
IronFound in lean red meat, pork, fish, chicken, and legumes
IronHelps red blood cells carry oxygen to all parts of the body
MagnesiumFound in whole grains, nuts, green leafy veggies, legumes, broccoli
MagnesiumHelps muscle and nerve function, Has a role in blood clotting process
PhosphorousFound in dairy products, meat and fish
PhosphorousPart of every cell in body; helps cells function normally; most found in bones and teeth
PotassiumFound in potatoes, oranges, veggies, & legumes
PotassiumRegulates fluid level inside the cell; function of nerve and muscle
ZincFound in meat, poultry, whole grains, & legumes
ZincHelps with taste and smell, carbohydrate metabolism and immune health