Marwa, "Chemometric methods for the simultaneous determination of some water-soluble vitamins
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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.