FUNCTIONS AND SOURCES OF: VITAMIN C
- Major study recommends tripling RDA for vitamin C. // Environmental Nutrition;Jun96, Vol. 19 Issue 6, p3
Focuses on a study recommending the tripling of recommended daily allowance for vitamin C. Absorption of vitamin C; Blood and tissue concentrations; Excretion of vitamin C.
- Vitamin C and kidney stones: Still be cautious. // Environmental Nutrition;Sep96, Vol. 19 Issue 9, p8
Reports on the research on the effects of overdosage of vitamin C. Absence of association between vitamin C and kidney stones; Contention of other risks.
- Just the vitamin C facts. Schardt, David // Nutrition Action Health Letter;Nov94, Vol. 21 Issue 9, p12
Discusses the nutritional aspects of vitamin C. Recommended daily allowance; Choice between natural or artificial vitamin C; Side effects.
- Getting enough C. B.L. // Nutrition Action Health Letter;Jun96, Vol. 23 Issue 5, p10
Reports on the study conducted by the National Institute of Diabetes, Digestive and Kidney Diseases on the recommended dietary allowance for vitamin C. Adverse effects of high doses of vitamin C.
- Vitamin C not just for the common cold. Scheer, James F. // Better Nutrition;Jan1996, Vol. 58 Issue 1, p60
Focuses on the nutritional benefits of vitamin C. Protection against diseases; Three vitamin supplements important for health; Need for smokers to consumer more vitamin C; Vitamin C content of several foods.
- 5 ways to get an orange's worth of vitamin C, without the orange. Barone, Jeanine; Canter, Mark // Men's Health (10544836);Mar94, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p16
Illustrates the fruit or vegetable equivalent of the vitamin C from one orange. Strawberries; Papaya; Red pepper; Kiwi; Broccoli.
- Vitamin C in Sea Fennel (Crithmum maritimum), an Edible Wild Plant Franke, Wolfgang // Economic Botany;Apr/Jun1982, Vol. 36 Issue 2, p163
No abstract available.
- C is for lung power. // Body Bulletin;Feb96, p1
Focuses on vitamin C which research says helps to prevent chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and promotes good functioning of the lungs. Other findings.
- What's the right dose of Vitamin C? Carey, Benedict; Chen, Ingfei // Health (Time Inc. Health);Jul/Aug96, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p30
Reports on a study by biochemist and physician Mark Levine showing that 200 milligrams is enough Vitamin C dosage. Physiological effects of excessive doses; Foods containing Vitamin C.
- Ascorbic acid (synonym: Vitamin C). Sudershan; Kharbanda, O.P. // Chemical Business;Jun96, Vol. 9 Issue 11, p39
Presents information on ascorbic acid. Uses; United States production; Demand; Global outlook; Market information.