antioxidant, anticoagulent; sources are vegetable oils, nuts, seeds

Vitamin E

B3; create energy from food, synthesize fat and cholesterol, skin cells healthy, digestive system functioning; sources are meat, grain


B vitamins, C

Water-soluble vitamins

Folic acid; DNA synthesis, prevents birth defects; sources are carbohydrates, legumes, green vegetables


thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, vitamin B6, folate, vitamin B12, pantothenic acid, bioton

B vitamins include: ?

A, D, E, K

Fat-soluble vitamins

stimulates absorption of calcium and phosphorus, builds and maintains bones, may prevent diabetes and some cancers; sources are dairy, fish

Vitamin D

conenzyme for metabolism of protein, immune, nervous systems; sources in many places

Vitamin B6

tasteless organic compounds that you need in small amounts for growth, reproduction, and overall health


B2; turn carbs, proteins, & fats into energy, keep cells healthy, enhance function of other b vitamins; sources are dairy and wheat


coagulation (major role), prevent osteoporosis; sources are leafy green vegetables, vegetable oils, and vegetables

Vitamin K

B1; transmission of nerve impulses, metabolism of carbs and AAs, breaking down alcohol; sources are whole grain


healthy nerves, red blood cells, heart-healthy; sources are meat and dairy, fortified soymilk

Vitamin B12

found in foods from animal sources such as liver and eggs and is added to all processed milk

Vitamin A

make collagen, bones, teeth, skin, blood vessels, reduce risk of cancer, heart disease, boosts immune system; sources are fruits/vegetables

Vitamin C

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