VITAMIN "K" B. ASHWIN
Vitamin K . Phylloquinone is major form of Vit K found in plants While involved in protection against osteoporosis, skin wounds, and possibly cancer, Vitamin K significantly helps blood to clot after an injury Also found in a variety of foods, especially vegetables, K most often forms from intestine bacteria in the body
. There are three different forms of Vitamin . a) phylloquinone, which is found in food . b) menadione, which is man-made . c) menaquinone, which is produced by the body
Function . Blood clotting process . Vit D is essential for the formation of prothrombin by liver . Prothrombin is normal constituents of blood and help to clotting of blood on contact with air
RDA . Vit K deficiency in India is occasionally in premature new born infants 0.5-1.0mg of vit K
Sources Green leafy vegetables principal source Deficiency Prolongs clotting time and may results in excessive bleeding after an injury .
Water soluble Vitamins . Vitamin B1 (Thiamin) . Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin or Vit G) . Niacin . Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine) . Folic Acid . Vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin) . Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid)
VITAMIN B 1 (THIAMIN)
Vitamin B1 Also known as Thiamin and aneurin First isolated in 1926 from rice polishings by Jansen and Donath Thiamin is derived from its chemical ring like structure Consist pyrimidine and thiazole rings linked by methylene ring like structure Exists mainly in various inter-convertible phosphorylated forms (Thiamine Pyrophosphate) Very soluble in water and readily broken down by heat in neutral or alkaline solution
Function:s . Act as co enzyme related to release energy from glucose and storage as fat . Thiamine pyrophosphate - necessary for catalyzing the oxidation of CHO in body This reaction releases energy in the system Thiamin is needed to do main function of body as...
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