1) Excessive amounts of vitamin E in your body : 1407927
1) Excessive amounts of vitamin E in your body increase the risk of hemorrhage.
2) Individuals with dark skin require less time in the sun than people with lighter skin in order to self-synthesize vitamin D.
3) The disease that occurs in humans with a thiamin deficiency is called beriberi.
4) Protein-rich foods are good sources of tryptophan and thus of riboflavin.
5) Consuming too much niacin can cause flushing of the skin.
6) Prolonged heat from cooking will destroy water-soluble vitamins.
7) Cutting vegetables and fruits hours before eating them will have no effect on their vitamin content.
8) Fat-soluble vitamins are more likely to be toxic in excess than water-soluble vitamins.
9) Nerve damage caused by pernicious anemia can be reversed with treatments of vitamin B12 if diagnosed early enough.
10) The most usable form of vitamin A is retinoic acid.