Fat Soluble Vitamins Lecture (10 & 11) by Associate Prof. Ingy Badawy

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Which type of vitamins are Vitamin A, D, E, and K?

Fat-soluble vitamins

How are carotenoids absorbed in the body?

Absorbed intact, with a much lower absorption rate

Where is 90% of the body's vitamin A stored?

Liver

What is the main role of Vitamin D in the body?

Calcium and phosphorus absorption for bone health

Which vitamin is primarily involved in protein synthesis and cell differentiation?

Vitamin A

Which type of vitamins are stored primarily in the liver?

Fat-soluble vitamins

Which vitamin is known for its antioxidant properties?

Vitamin E

Which vitamin is essential for calcium absorption and bone health?

Vitamin D

Which vitamin is primarily involved in collagen synthesis and immune function?

Vitamin C

Which type of vitamin is primarily involved in protein synthesis and cell differentiation?

Vitamin A

What is the main role of Vitamin E in the body?

Serving as an antioxidant

How are carotenoids primarily absorbed in the body?

Absorbed intact at a high rate

Which type of vitamin is essential for calcium absorption and bone health?

Vitamin D

Where is 90% of the body's vitamin A stored?

Liver

Learn about the importance and functions of fat soluble vitamins such as A, D, E, and K. This lecture covers their sources, absorption, and their roles in the body.

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