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Water Soluble Vitamins

All about what water soluble vitamins do and how they help your body and health.

Kera Engle

on 5 November 2012

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Transcript of Water Soluble Vitamins

Jacki Wallace Antioxidants & Water Soluble Vitamins There are 9 different types
of water soluble vitamins,the 8 B Vitamins and Vitamin C, and
with each one there are many functions. Thiamin ( Vitamin B1)

Riboflavin (Vitamin B2) Functions of Water
Soluble Vitamins Turns carbohydrates into energy

Needed for muscle coordination and a
healthy nervous system

Helps body release energy from carbohydrates, fats and proteins Niacin (Vitamin B3) Helps Body release energy from carbohydrates, fats
and proteins
Needed for a healthy nervous system and mucous
membranes Folate(Folacin, Folic Acid) Teams with Vitamin B12 to help build red blood cells and
form genetic material
Helps prevent birth defects
Helps body use proteins
May help protect against heart disease Pantothenic Acid Helps the body release energy from carbohydrates, fats and proteins
Helps the body produce cholesterol
Needed for a healthy nervous system
Promotes normal growth and development Sources Carrot Soup w/ Orange
1 3/4 pints Vegetable Stock
1 lb 2oz finally diced carrots
3 1/2 oz finely peeled and diced potatoes
3 1/2 oz chopped leeks
2 strips of pared orange zest
4 tbsp orange juice Healthy and Safe Foods
November 5, 2012 Kera Engle Vitamin B6 Helps the body use carbohydrates and proteins
Needed for a healthy nervous system
Helps you body make nonessential amino acids, which
then make body cells Vitamin B12 Teams with Folate to help build red blood cells and form
genetic material
Needed for a healthy nervous system Biotine Helps your body use carbohydrates,
fats and proteins Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid) Helps maintain healthy capillaries, bones, skin and teeth
Helps your body heal wounds and resist infections
Aids in absorption of iron
Helps form collagen, which gives structure to bones, cartilage, muscle and blood vessels
Works as an antioxidant Vitamin C Oranges, Grapefruit, Tangerine, Cantaloupe,
Guava, Kiwi, Mango, Papaya, Strawberries, Bell Peppers, Broccoli, Cabbage, Kale, Plantains, Potatoes, and Tomatoes 12 B Vitamins Enriched and Whole Grain Bread, Cereals, Dry
Beans, Peas, Lean Pork, Liver, Dairy Products,
Green Leafy Vegetables, Eggs, Meat, Fish, Poultry,
Peanuts, Peanut Butter, Kidneys, Fruits, Fortified
Foods*, and Nutritional Yeasts, * Vitamins and Minerals Were Added
to The Food Water Soluble Vitamins-Dissolves in Water and passes easily into the blood stream during digestion. Antioxidants- Substances that
Protect cells and immune
system from damage To Garnish
4 tbsp sour cream
2 tbsp freshly chopped
flat leaf parsley
1 strip of pared orange zest 1. Pour the stock into a large saucepan and add the carrots, potato, leeks and orange zest. Bring to the boil over a high heat, skimming the surface as necessary, then reduce the heat to moderate and leave the soup to bubble for about 20 minutes or until all the vegetables are very tender
2.Remove and discard the strips of orange zest. Purée the soup in a blender or food processor until smooth
3.If serving the soup hot, return it to the rinsed-out saucepan. Reheat and add the orange juice, then adjust the seasoning. Ladle the soup into bowls and add a spoonful of cream to each, drizzling it over the surface. Sprinkle with the parsley and shredded orange zest and serve at once.
4. To serve the soup chilled, leave to cool, then chill for at least 4 hours. When ready to serve, stir in the orange juice, then adjust the seasoning. Garnish and serve as for the hot soup. Sources www.mamashealth.com/nutrition/enrich.asp www.ehow.com/about_5390231_food-sources_contain-watersoluble-vitamins.html http://allrecipes.co.uk/recipe/2708/carrot-soup-with-orange.aspx Food For Today Books
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