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How Do Vitamins Impact Your Health?

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Question 1 of 8

This vitamin is an antioxidant that aids in vision, bone growth, reproduction, cell functions and immune system functions.

  • AVitamin K
  • BVitamin B-12
  • CVitamin C
  • DVitamin A

Question 2 of 8

This vitamin can be absorbed through the skin and helps the body absorb calcium.

  • AVitamin B-6
  • BVitamin D
  • CVitamin A
  • DBiotin

Question 3 of 8

This vitamin plays a key role in aiding the immune system and metabolic process; is found naturally in vegetable oils, nuts, seeds and leafy greens; and is especially needed by liver disease, cystic fibrosis and Crohn's Disease patients.

  • AVitamin E
  • BPantothenic Acid
  • CVitamin C
  • DVitamin K

Question 4 of 8

This vitamin is important for the skin, bones and connective tissue; and is found naturally in many citrus fruits, tomatoes and broccoli.

  • AThiamine
  • BVitamin C
  • CVitamin A
  • DFolic Acid

Question 5 of 8

This vitamin helps the body make proteins for healthy bones and tissues as well as proteins that aid in blood clotting.

  • ARiboflavin
  • BFolic Acid
  • CVitamin K
  • DVitamin B-12

Question 6 of 8

A lack of these two vitamins can cause anemia.

  • AVitamins A and C
  • BVitamins D and A
  • CVitamins E and K
  • DB-12 and B-6

Question 7 of 8

Vegetarians often lack this vitamin in their diet.

  • AVitamin K
  • BVitamin A
  • CVitamin B-12
  • DVitamin D

Question 8 of 8

There are eight essential B vitamins, which are found in fish, poultry, meat, eggs and some dairy products.  Which of the following is NOT a B vitamin?

  • APantothenic Acid
  • BVitamin B-12
  • CThiamine
  • DVitamin B-6
  • EMagnesium
  • FFolic Acid
  • GNiacin
  • HBiotin
  • IRiboflavin