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A primary function of vitamin E Is to serve as an antioxidant Prex 49 of 60 İİİ Next >
Which of the following is NOT involved in antioxidant defense? 50 hydrogen peroxide < Prex 50 of 60 İİ Next >
The most nutrient-dense sources of vitamin E are 51 Multiple Choice refined grains and cereal products orange-colored fruits vegetable oils. animal fats.
Of the following population groups, those at highest risk for vitamin E deficiency are 53 Multiple Choice premature infants. the elderly athletes. smokers.
A high intake of vitamin E can Multiple Choice interfere with vitamin Ks blood-clotting activity result in lead poisoning. inhibit copper absorption. cause atheroaceros
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