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There are 13 different vitamins, all of which are essential for human life. Come along with Tidbits as we take our vitamins!
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• The human body is composed of a series of complex chemical reactions. These chemical reactions occur with the help of enzymes, and the primary function of vitamins is to help our bodies create those enzymes, and help the enzymes complete their jobs. When the chemical reactions occur, the vitamins get used up and so the body needs more vitamins on a daily basis. Without vitamins, chemical reactions that depend on those vitamins come to a stop and the result can be catastrophic. Vitamins cannot be manufactured inside the human body and must come from food.
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• Plants manufacture all of the vitamins humans need except for vitamins D, B12, and (to a large extent) vitamin A. Vitamins help a plant with the process of photosynthesis. The more photosynthesis a plant has going on, the higher the level of vitamins will be contained in that plant. This is why light colored vegetables like iceberg lettuce have lower levels of vitamins than dark-colored vegetables like kale and spinach. Turn the page for more!
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5. What percent of vitamins manufactured wordwide end up in animal feed? What percentage of experimental 6. Which chemical element has medicines fail to prove their effecthe symbol K? tiveness as measured by the FDA? 7. In the movie, what are the Smokers often tend to be names of “The Blues Brothers”? deficient in what vitamin? 8. What are the top three secondWhat U.S. state’s single largest ary colors, obtained by mixing industry is supplements and two primary colors? vitamins? 9. What is the capital of Missouri? Vitamin B12 is an antidote to TRIVIA what kind of poison?
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• Vitamin A is found in animal products such as organ meat, full fat milk, butter, and cod liver oil. It’s also present in some vegetables such as dark leafy greens and foods rich in beta carotene such as carrots, tomatoes, sweet potatoes, broccoli, and cantaloupe. But the amount of vitamin A in plants is tiny compared to the amount in animal matter. • Vitamin A is stored in the liver, so the human body can usually survive up to a year without taking in any vitamin A at all. But after that, a person who is not receiving any vitamin A will first experience night blindness and then go blind entirely. This problem is particularly prevalent in sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia. The World Health Organization estimates that between 500,000 and a million children go blind every year, and up to 90% of those children die of complications related to their vitamin deficiency. • Today, over 70 countries have programs to deliver vitamin A supplementation to its populations in order to reduce child mortality and blindness.
• Pregnant women need to get enough B9 (also called folic acid) or their child runs the risk of being born with neurological damage. The amount of B9 that is needed each day during pregnancy is equal to about the weight of 4 grains of salt. Beans, lentils, and spinach are high in vitamin B9. • The amount of vitamin B12 needed each day is even less than that, equivalent to 1/67th of a single grain of salt. But without that tiny amount, the result is memory loss, depression, nerve damage, and anemia. Vitamin B12 is primarily present in animal-based foods such as meat and eggs, which makes strict vegans susceptible to deficiency. ...continued
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• Vitamin C is necessary for the production of collagen. Collagen is the protein that forms connective tissues that hold our bodies together. The word collagen comes from the Greek word for glue. Without collagen, the body breaks down, an illness called scurvy. • Between the time Columbus landed in the New World in 1492 and the time steam engines made ocean travel speedy in the mid-1800s, it’s estimated that over 2 million sailors died of scurvy. On any given voyage, about half of the sailors would die of scurvy, which was more than died of shipwreck, combat, storms, and diseases combined. • James Lind was a Scottish doctor who helped discover the connection between vitamin C and the prevention of scurvy. In 1747 he took 12 sailors who were all suffering from scurvy and divided them into six pairs. All the men ate the same food and lived in the same quarters but he gave each pair a different remedy to try to cure them. The remedies were widely varied and included such things as garlic, seawater, and cream of tartar. But the two sailors whose remedy included citrus fruit recovered from their scurvy so quickly that they were able to assist the doctor in his experiments. Lind largely failed to recognize the significance of this discovery and scurvy continued to plague sailors for many decades to come.
• Vitamin D is not naturally available in very many foods. The best sources are fatty fish such as tuna, salmon, mackerel, and cod liver oil. However, the body is able to synthesize its own vitamin D through exposure to ultraviolet light. When you take a vitamin D pill, the contents of that pill may have originated with lanolin from sheep’s wool. ...continued
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• Handling a toad does not cause warts. • Frogs don’t always lay their eggs in ponds. • The Malaysian hill frog lives high in the mountains where there are few ponds, so it lays its eggs in damp moss that hangs from trees. The tadpoles develop into frogs there. • One kind of poison dart frog lays eggs on moist vegetation, and then watches over the eggs until the tadpoles hatch. Then the young crawl up on the backs of either parent and are literally glued in place by a mucous secretion. They are attached there for more than a week, until the parent can find a pool to release them. The water loosens the mucous bond, and the young swim free. • Bullfrogs can lay 20,000 eggs at a time. On the other hand, some kinds of dart-poison frogs will lay a single tiny egg in each of the miniature “ponds” that forms when rainwater collects in the base of a leaf. The mother frog will also lay a number of unfertilized eggs next to the fertilized egg so the tadpole will have something to eat when it hatches. • The eggs of the horned marsupial frog are placed on the mother’s back, where a pouch of skin grows around them to protect them. Tadpoles of the frog hatch and develop in that pouch, completing their development into frogs without ever seeing water. • The male midwife toad will wrap the long sticky strands of eggs around his legs, hopping around with them until they are ready to hatch. Then he deposits them in the water. • The eggs of the leopard frog are white on one side and black on the other. The white part contains the genetic material; the black part contains a barrier to ultraviolet light. When exposed to light, the egg rotates its black side up, blocking the UV radiation and absorbing heat that helps with incubation.
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• On May 30, 1911, Ray Harroun drives his single-seater Marmon Wasp to victory in the inaugural Indianapolis 500 auto race. Harroun completed the 500-mile race in 6 hours and 42 minutes, averaging almost 75 mph. • On May 31, 1929, after two years of friendly negotiations, Ford Motor Company signs a landmark agreement to produce cars in the Soviet Union, which in 1928 had only 20,000 cars and a single truck factory. • On June 5, 1933, the United States goes off the gold standard, a monetary system in which currency is backed by gold. All persons owning gold coin, bullion or certificates were required to deliver it to the Federal Reserve for the set price of $20.67 per ounce. Americans could not legally own gold again until 1974. • On June 3, 1940, determined to wreck France's economy and military, the German air force bombs Paris, killing 254 people. Most of the victims were civilians, including schoolchildren. • On June 2, 1953, Queen Elizabeth II, age 27, is formally crowned monarch of the United Kingdom at London's Westminster Abbey in a ceremony steeped in traditions that date back a millennium. • On June 1, 1967, the Beatles release "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band," regarded by many as the greatest album in the history of rock 'n' roll. Upon hearing the album for the first time, Bob Dylan told Beatle Paul McCartney: "Oh, I get it, you donÕt want to be cute anymore." • On June 4, 1972, Angela Davis, a black militant, is acquitted on charges of conspiracy, murder and kidnapping by an all-white jury in California. She was accused of supplying weapons used in a courtroom takeover and shoot-out that killed a superior court judge and three others. © 2016 King Features Synd., Inc.
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NUGGET OF KNOWLEDGE In it's natural state, Vitamin C is a chalky white powder. Vitamins A and D are sticky crystals that melt in oil. Vitamin E is a clear fluid. Vitamin B12 is bright pink.
• Pres. Abraham Lincoln created the United States Bureau of Agriculture which contained within itself the Division of Chemistry. The Division of Chemistry eventually evolved into the Food and Drug Administration, or FDA. At the time it was instigated, the Division of Chemistry had exactly one employee who was in charge of things like finding out what vendors were diluting their milk with water, or adding ground up lice to brown sugar, since ground up lice looks just like brown sugar. • It wasn't until the year 1906 that the Pure Food and Drug Act was passed by Congress, the nation's first federal law concerning food and drugs. The law was strengthened and bolstered in 1938, closing many loopholes and putting the burden upon the manufacturers to prove their products were safe and effective. • Today, the FDA regulates things such as food, cosmetics, tobacco products, medical devices, veterinarian supplies, pharmaceuticals, and even blood transfusions. However, the FDA is not responsible for testing or approving nutritional supplements. If a particular supplement claims that it will help your arthritis, the FDA is not responsible for testing that hypothesis or for making sure the supplement doesn't have any side effects. Manufacturers are not required to prove that their product is safe or effective before releasing it on the market. There is little the FDA can do about that. • The only time the FDA has been successful in pulling a dangerous supplement off the shelves was when it outlawed ephedra, a stimulant that caused over 100 deaths. • Today there are over 85,000 supplements and vitamins products available for sale in America. About 50% of American adults use some sort of dietary supplement. ...continued
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