Handbook of Vitamins
Lawrence J. Machlin
M. Dekker, 1991 - Medical - 595 pages
Provide a relatively brief but authoritative and comprehensive source of information on the vitamins for the human and animal nutritionist, the dietician, clinician, biochemist, and interested lay person. This includes a discussion of their chemistry, availability and content in food, metabolism, function, and deficiency symptoms; the methods for evaluating overt or marginal deficiencies; nutritional requirements; the interaction of vitamins with enviromental and disease factors; and the eficacy and safety when used at high levels. Vitamin A. Vitamin D. Vitamin E. Vitamin K. Vitamin C. Thiamin. Riboflavin. Nicotinic acid. Vitamin B6. Biotin. Pantothenic acid. Folic acid. Vitamin B12. Choline. Carnitine. Substances without vitamin status.
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