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The weight loss drugs Orlistat or Olestra, and the cholesterol-lowering bile acid sequestrants Choletryamine, Colestipol, and Colsevelam can block fat absorption, creating a potential for vitamin K deficiency since it is fat-soluble.
USA], June 15 ( ANI ): In a first, a study has found that fat-soluble statins, a group of drugs which act to reduce levels of cholesterol in the blood, may speed up the onset of symptoms of Parkinson's in people who are susceptible to the disease.
These vitamins are fat-soluble, so when there are only very small levels of fat in what we are eating, they won't be absorbed as well as they can be when consumed with higher-fat foods.
Saturated fats are necessary for digestion of fat-soluble vitamins, which are vitamins A, B, C, and K," she said.
This innovative technology transforms fat-soluble vitamins into water-soluble ones--dramatically increasing solubility, absorption, and bioavailability.
Clarified butter carries fat-soluble nutrients quickly and easily inside cells, making them 'bioavailable' to you for quick but lasting energy" she says, adding that ghee is also rich in antioxidants like beta-carotene and vitamin E.
Patients who stopped taking fat-soluble statins such as simvastatin were 58% more likely to develop Parkinson's than those who stayed on them.
Seaweeds are a good source of some water- (B(1), B(2), B(12), C) and fat-soluble ([beta]-carotene with vitamin A activity, vitamin E) vitamins.
Among the topics are digestion and absorption, proteins and amino acids, fat-soluble vitamins, diet and health, and life cycle from childhood through adulthood.
An added advantage of this approach of course is that eggs are an excellent vehicle for absorbing lutein and zeaxanthin because they are fat-soluble.
The high incidence of fat-soluble vitamin deficiencies contribute to the significant morbidity and mortality for our patients," he said.
Key words: Oncorhynchus mykiss; rainbow trout; fatty acid; cholesterol; fat-soluble vitamins; muscle; liver.
Rich in mono- and polyunsaturates and antioxidants such as tocopherol, vitamin E and omega-6, it is also a natural source of carotenoids, naturally-occurring fat-soluble pigments which are said to protect skin from UV damage.
Fat is needed to absorb and utilize fat-soluble vitamins and fat-soluble phytochemicals," explains Pumillo.
Carotene (pre-vitamin A) is a slowly absorbed, fat-soluble, carotenoid pigment normally present in the diet.