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  1. The "Daily Telegraph" Encyclopedia of Vitamins, Minerals and Herbal Supplements ("Daily Telegraph" Books) by Sarah Brewer, 2002-02-28
  2. Nutrients Catalog: Vitamins, Minerals, Amino Acids, Macronutrients-Beneficials Use, Helpers, Inhibitors, Food Sources, Intake Recommendations, and S by Harvey Newstrom, 1993-10
  3. Something Old, Something New: Essays on the Tcm Description of Western Herbs, Pharmaceuticals, Vitamins and Minerals by Bob Flaws, 1990-12
  4. Menopause: How You Can Benefit from Diet, Vitamins, Minerals, Herbs, Exercise, and Other Natural Methods (Getting Well Naturally) by Michael T. Murray, 1994-01-24
  5. Dr. Earl Mindell's Live Longer & Feel Better With Vitamins & Minerals by Earl Mindell, 1994-12
  6. The Vitamin Alphabet: Your Guide to Vitamins, Minerals and Food Supplements by Christina Scott-Moncrieff, 1999-09
  7. The ABCs of vitamins, minerals, and natural foods (An Arc book) by John Paul Latour, 1972
  8. Nutrients in Processed Foods: Vitamins and Minerals v. 1 by H.E. Bauman, etc., 1975-04
  9. The Benefits and Risks of Vitamins and Minerals: What You Need to Know (Special Health Report)
  10. Vital Health Facts and Composition of Foods: An Essential Guide to Vitamin and Mineral Needs, Weight Control and More by Patricia Krimmel, Edward Krimmel, 1994-08-23
  11. The 2009-2014 World Outlook for Vitamins, Minerals, and Dietary Supplements by Icon Group, 2008-09-27
  12. The Complete Book of Vitamins and Minerals by Consumer Guide editors, 1994-09-01
  13. More vitamins and minerals with fewer calories (Tut books) by Roland A Mulhauser, 1978
  14. Vitamins, Minerals & Supplements (Vital Information) by Gayle Skowronski, Beth Roybal, 1998-09

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Vitamins and Minerals. Medline Plus. Minerals. Vitamins. University of Florida Extension. Facts About Iron PDF. Facts About Niacin PDF
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Vitamins and Minerals Medline Plus: Minerals Vitamins University of Florida Extension: Facts About Iron [PDF] Facts About Niacin [PDF] Facts About Riboflavin [PDF] Facts About Thiamin [PDF] Facts About Vitamin A [PDF] Facts About Vitamin B12 [PDF] Facts About Vitamin C [PDF] Facts About Vitamin D [PDF] Facts About Vitamin E [PDF] Facts About Vitamin K [PDF] Facts About Zinc [PDF] USDA, WIC Works: Calcium Resources Folic Acid Resources Iron Resources Facts About Functional Foods - American Council on Science and Health. Supplements...Do Kids Need Them? [PDF] - USDA, Food and Nutrition Service, Team Nutrition, Nibbles for Health Nutrition Newsletters for Parents What You Need to Know About...New Food Words - Phytochemicals, Functional Foods, and Nutraceuticals [PDF] - Iowa State University Extension. Browse full-text WIC state-developed materials or search the Education and Training Materials database for additional resources.

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84. Vitamins & Minerals - Flax Oil
Flax oil, also known commonly as linseed oil, is coldpressed oil obtained from the seeds of the flax plant. As a nutritional supplement, flax oil is valued
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Flax oil, also known commonly as linseed oil, is cold-pressed oil obtained from the seeds of the flax plant. As a nutritional supplement, flax oil is valued for possessing a high volume of omega-3 fatty acids, about 50% more than fish oil!
Of particular interest is alpha-linolenic acid, which may be found in concentrations of 50-70% in flax. Numerous studies have shown that alpha-linolenic acid is associated with a wide variety of health-giving benefits, including:
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-Increasing HDL (the good kind) cholesterol -Reducing high blood pressure Flax is also 100 times a better source than any other grain of lignans, a group of phytoestrogens with powerful antioxidant activity. Studies have shown that in populations where there is a high intake of lignans, there is a low incidence of breast and colon cancer. Flax Oil is 100% Organic as well as Hexane free, Mercury free and Lead free. Flax Oil is suitable for Vegetarians and comes in an easy to swall softgel capsule.

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Prevention of night blindness repair of epithelial tissue of which skin and mucous membranes are composed  formation of bones, teeth and helps prevent and or reduce acne, protects against colds, flu, pollution, kidney, and bladder infection, and mucous membrane infection. Vitamin C Antioxidant needed for tissue growth and repair,  adrenal function, healthy gums. Aids in production of anti-stress hormone interferon. Needed for metabolism of folic acid. Enhances immune system, increases iron absorbtion, and helps prevent gum disease. Vitamin D Required for the absorbtion and metabolising of calcium and phosphorus, protects against muscle weakness and is involved with regulation of heart beat. It is also necessary normal thyroid function and blood clotting. Vitamin E Important for the prevention of cancer, and cardiovascular disease. Improves circulation, reduces scarring from some wounds, relaxes leg cramps, promotes healthy skin and hair, and aids in prevention of cataracts.

86. Vitamins And Minerals
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Go to Activities Go Home Vitamins and Minerals 1. What is the difference between a vitamin and a mineral? 2. How many vitamins are needed in the human diet? Name these vitamins. 3. What is the difference between a fat soluble vitamin and a fat insoluble vitamin? 4. Which of these two types of vitamins, fat soluble or fat insoluble, do you think should not be taken in excess? Explain why. 5. Describe the specific functions of three vitamins in the humans body. Identify a type of food that contains each vitamin.

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