fat soluble vitamins

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fat soluble vitamins,

n.pl a variety of organic substances essential to human health and nutrition that dissolve in fat. Require fat for absorption and is metabolized with fat in the body. High doses of fat soluble vitamins are potentially toxic and should be avoided. Includes vitamins A, D, E, and others.
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Parenteral nutrition supply market (amino acid solutions, hydro and fat soluble vitamins, trace elements).
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Anytime a diet promotes vegetarianism, the individual has to be extra vigilant on consuming enough protein and fat soluble vitamins, specifically B12.
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Fat soluble vitamins are stored in your body fat, as well as in your liver and kidneys.
As expected, the highest content of fat soluble vitamins is in fatty fishes.
Dairy products - these are important sources of calcium, protein and fat soluble vitamins A and D.
Dietary fat is essential so we can absorb fat soluble vitamins A and E which have important immune-enhancing roles.