water-soluble vitamin


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Marwa, "Chemometric methods for the simultaneous determination of some water-soluble vitamins," Journal of AOAC International, vol.
Figure 1 shows that use of a typical HPLC method for a multivitamin nutritional drink results in the water-soluble vitamin peaks being hard or even impossible to quantify because of the large number of UV-absorbing interfering peaks.
Origin Code Latitude Longitude Dakahlia D 31.053103 31.580615 Mansoura M 31.042536 31.380014 Kafer El-Sheikh K 31.347304 30.80246 Suez S 29.984721 32.524309 TABLE 2: Water-soluble vitamin contents of okra pods.
Washington, Feb 25 (ANI): Vitamin B3 or niacin, a common water-soluble vitamin, may help improve neurological function after stroke, an early study suggests.
The effect of fermentation and drying on the water-soluble vitamin content of tarhana, a traditional Turkish cereal food.
Pretreatment with high doses of folate, water-soluble vitamin B obtained from food, can reduce damage to the heart muscle that is caused when the blood flow is cut off, the results of an animal study suggest.
A new water-soluble Vitamin E derivative (TPNa) having substantial solubility in water that gets enzymatically catalyzed and converts to Vitamin E on the skin.
Vitamin C This water-soluble vitamin is available through many forages.
Vitamin C, chemically known as ascorbic acid, is a water-soluble vitamin that is essential for life and for maintaining optimal health.
It's a water-soluble vitamin, which means you need it in your diet every day because it can't be stored in the body.
"The red flesh is rich in powerful antioxidant nutrients, such as water-soluble Vitamin C and fat-soluble lycopene and beta carotene.
This water-soluble vitamin, along with vitamin [B.sub.12], are the ones most likely to be deficient in unsupplemented diets made up of ingredients normally fed to herbivores.
Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) is a water-soluble vitamin essential to prevent scurvy.
However, most consumers eat enough carbohydrates--such as bread, pasta and rice--and riboflavin, a water-soluble vitamin found in eggs, meat and dairy products, with less than 3 percent reporting an inadequacy in those nutrients, the report said.
Raw foods have greater folate than cooked, as it is a water-soluble vitamin. Interestingly, although bread, cereals and orange juice are not especially good sources of this vitamin, they contribute a significant amount of folate to the diet due to the quantities consumed.