Nutritional biochemistry of the vitamins by David A. Bender

By David A. Bender

An authoritative and complete assessment of our present wisdom of the supplements, their metabolic features and the medical foundation for environment instructed intakes for the prevention of deficiency and advertising of optimal well-being. This publication may be a important reference for college kids and experts alike within the box of dietary biochemistry.

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Crews H, Alink G, Andersen R, Braesco V, Holst B, Maiani G, Ovesen L, Scotter M, Solfrizzo M, van den Berg R, Verhagen H, and Williamson G (2001) A critical assessment of some biomarker approaches linked with dietary intake. British Journal of Nutrition 86(Suppl 1), S5–35. Donnelly JG (2001) Nutrient requirements in health and disease. ), pp. 29–44. Berlin: Springer. Fairfield KM and Fletcher RH (2002) Vitamins for chronic disease prevention in adults: scientific review. JAMA 287, 3116–26. Fenech M (2001) Recommended dietary allowances (RDAs) for genomic stability.

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2 Vitamin Requirements and Reference Intakes 17 2. Metabolic loading tests and the determination of enzyme saturation with cofactor measure the ability of an individual to meet his or her idiosyncratic requirements from a given intake, and, therefore, give a nearly absolute indication of nutritional status, without the need to refer to population reference ranges. A number of factors other than vitamin intake or adequacy can affect responses to metabolic loading tests. 4); a number of drugs can have metabolic effects that resemble those seen in vitamin deficiency or depletion, whether or not they cause functional deficiency.

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