Fat Soluble Vitamins (Toxicity)

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Anaa_n
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286791
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Fat Soluble Vitamins (Toxicity)
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2014-10-23 14:44:22
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Nutrion
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Nutrition
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  1. Vitamin A
    Headaches, vomiting, double vision, hair loss, bone abnormalities, liver damage, which may be reversible or fatal

    Can cause birth defects during pregnancy
  2. Vitamin D
    Kidney stones, irreversible kidney damage,  muscle and bone weakness, excessive bleeding,  loss of appetite, headache, excessive thirst, calcification of soft tissues (blood vessels, kidneys, heart, lungs), death
  3. Vitamin E
    Relatively non-toxic

    High doses enhance action of anticoagulant medications
  4. Vitamin K
    No symptoms have been observed from excessive intake of vitamin K

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