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insufficient amounts of fruit, vegetables and liver) should be covered with nutritional supplements and enriched foods to increase the intake of vitamin A.
They're also into enriched foods, be they dairy products with additional Omega-3 or vitamin-enriched juices and breads, but unlike other groups don't automatically equate organic with quality.
It's wise for mums-to-be and lactating mothers to eat a diet rich in omega-3 foods such as fatty fish - herring, mackerel, pilchards, sardines, salmon and tuna plus nuts and seeds, and omega enriched foods (cereals, breads, margarine), which you can buy at supermarkets.
A: Folic acid, also known as folate, is a B-vitamin that can be found in some enriched foods and vitamin pills.
Growing demand for bulk botanical extracts in nutraceuticals will spur further advances, although savvy consumers are increasingly discerning in their purchases of dietary supplements and enriched foods.
But even enriched foods may not contain enough CLA to offer a potent barrier to disease.
During the life of the conspiracy, virtually every American consumer paid artificially inflated prices for vitamins and vitamin enriched foods," said Mr Klein.
The Food and Drug Administration announced Thursday that it would require all enriched foods to be fortified with folic acid, a vitamin that can prevent a common and devastating type of birth defect.
Flax seeds, flaxseed oil, walnuts, brazil nuts, seeds, oily fish and omega-3 enriched foods such as the omega-3 eggs that are available in most supermarkets.
26) This technology has increased the variety of foods into which fish oil can be incorporated and thus increases the shelf-life of these enriched foods by reducing the potential for oxidation of the fatty acids.
Answer: Folic acid, also known as folate, is a B-vitamin that can be found in some enriched foods and vitamin pills.
Over-the-counter vitamin supplements often contain iron, as do some enriched foods such as cereals, he notes.
Flavour, aroma, colour and texture can all deteriorate as a result of the oxidative breakdown of fish-oil enriched foods during storage.