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1

What is the role of chromium?

Blood glucose and insulin

2

What is the role of Cu?

Utilization of iron stores, lipids, collagen, neurotransmitter synthesis

3

What is the role of fluoride?

Thyroid hormone synthesis

4

What is the role of iodine?

Thyroid hormone synthesis

5

What is the role of Fe?

Component of Hb

6

Deficiency in chromium results in what?

Glucose intolerance
Glu and lipid metabolism abnormalities

7

Deficiency in copper results in what?

Anemia
Neutropenia
Bone abnormalities

8

Deficiency in fluoride results in what?

Dental caries
Bone problems

9

Deficiency in Iodine results in what?

Thyroid enlargement
Cretinism
Increased lipids

10

Deficiency in Fe results in what?

Anemia
Palpitations
Dysphagia

11

What are the sources of chromium?

Fruits
Veggies

12

What are the sources of Cu?

Meat/fish
grains

13

What are the sources of Fluoride?

Meat
Grains

14

What are the sources of Iodine?

Iodized salt
Seafood

15

What are the sources of Fe?

Meat
Veggies

16

What is the role of Mn?

Brain function
Collagen
Urea synthesis

17

What is the role of Mb?

Metabolism of purines/pyrimidines

18

What is the role of Se?

Protects cells against destruction by hydrogen peroxide free radicals

19

What is the role of Zn?

Energy metabolism, protein synthesis
Collagen synthesis

20

Deficiency of Mn results in what?

Impaired growth
Skeletal abnormalities
Impaired CNS

21

Deficiency of Mb results in what?

Hypermethioninemia
Sulfite excretion

22

Deficiency of Se results in what?

Myalgia
Cardiac myopathy
Cell fragility

23

Deficiency of Zn results in what?

Poor wound healing
Changes in hair skin, nails

24

What are the sources of Mn?

Wheat
fruit
meat

25

What are the sources of Mb?

Soybeans
lentils

26

What are the sources of Se?

Grains
Meat

27

What are the sources of Zn?

Wheat
Meat

28

True or false: Fe is required by almost every cell

True

29

What is the point of regulation for Fe?

Absorption

30

What are the non-heme enhancers of Fe?

Acids
Sugars