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Vitamin requirements

Metabolic processes must respond to the immediate needs of the body and therefore vitamin requirements are subject to continuous variation between certain limits. The Food and Nutrition Board of the Institute of Medicine in the United States defines a requirement as the lowest continuing intake level of a nutrient that, for a specific indicator of adequacy, will maintain a defined level of nutriture in an individual. A Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA) of a nutrient is the average daily dietary intake level that is sufficient to meet the requirement of nearly all (97 to 98 per cent) apparently healthy individuals in a particular life stage and gender group. The RDA is derived from an Estimated Average Requirement (EAR), which is an estimate of the intake at which the risk of inadequacy to an individual is 50 per cent. RDAs have been published for vitamins A, D, E and K, thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, vitamin B6, folate, vitamin B and vitamin C (National Research Council, 1989). In the...

Possible Risk Factors 1 Homocysteine

Typically, vegetarians have relatively high intakes of folate and similar intakes of vitamin B6, as compared with the general population.58 However, vegetarians (and particularly vegans) typically have relatively low intakes of vitamin B12.59 Vitamin B12 is essentially absent from plant foods and is present in small amounts in dairy products (but in somewhat higher amounts in eggs). Therefore, dietary intake of vitamin B12 in vegetarians is low unless they consume large amounts of dairy products and eggs, or regularly consume fortified foods or vitamin supplements. For example, Hokin and Butler60 reported that 73 of vegetarian Seventh-Day Adventist ministers in Australia had low serum vitamin B12 (< 221 pmol L), probably because of the limitation in food fortification with vitamin B12 in Australia. Similarly, Woo et al.16 reported that 54 of elderly Chinese vegetarians had serum vitamin B12 below the reference range. In the general population (largely non-vegetarian), folate is an...

Disorders Of The Intestines

Sprue, or malabsorption of nutrients from the small intestine, can be very serious. It usually involves impaired absorption of fats and vitamins that leads to vitamin deficiency and anemia (inadequate red blood cell count). Treatment of sprue usually consist s of a high carbohydrate, low protein, low fat diet with vitamin supplements. Emergency replenishment of vital nutrients, if necessary, can be accomplished by intravenous injection. g. Cirrhosis. Cirrhosis is a disease of the liver characterized by degeneration and necrosis of liver cells with fatty deposits. Although the specific cause is unknown, malnutrition, vitamin deficiency, and alcoholism definitely are causative factors and contribute to progression of the disease process. The liver has a number of vital functions in the body and, hence, cirrhosis is a serious condition. A wide variety of symptoms may be present, but treatment almost always consists of adequate rest, abstinence from alcohol, and a carefully...

Vitamin B12 and Homocysteine

Dietary intake of vitamin B12 can be low in both vegetarians and veg-ans.58-60,86 The sources of vitamin B12 in a vegetarian diet are dairy products, eggs, fortified foods (especially meat analogues, soya milks, yeast extracts, and breakfast cereals) and vitamin supplements. If none of these sources of vitamin B12 is regularly consumed, intake of this vitamin will be low and the risk of deficiency will increase. More data are needed on current intakes of vitamin B12 in vegetarians, and on whether this is a determinant of homocysteine and CHD risk in these populations.

Diet and Prostate Cancer

Is the current balance of laboratory, epidemiological and clinical data strong enough to prove a direct relation between diet and prostate cancer Does it already warrant dietary modifications or the use of nutritional supplements Are we currently in a position to advise men about how they can minimize their risk of developing prostate cancer by manipulating what they eat

Prostate Cancer Risk Reduction by Dietary Modification

Current scientific and clinical data support a relation between diet and prostate cancer Is there enough evidence for us to be able to advise dietary modifications, such as reduced fat and increased soy protein consumption, and the use of nutritional supplements, for example vitamin E and selenium, to reduce the risk of developing or improve outcomes in prostate cancer

Recent Recommendations on Vitamins and Chronic Disease Prevention

Fletcher and Fairfield (172, 173) reviewed the use of vitamin supplements for chronic disease prevention and stated that suboptimal intake of some vitamins, at levels above those leading to classic vitamin deficiencies, can be risk factors for chronic diseases. They recommended that all adults take vitamin supplements tailored to their life situation and based on their doctor's advice. Specific responsibility was placed on the doctor to learn about their patients' use of vitamins to ensure proper supplement usage. Specific to vitamin E, recommendations for its use for reduction of prostate cancer were considered premature. For use as a preventative against cardiovascular problems, the authors believed that the literature suggested that it might be useful in primary prevention when taken throughout long periods and that some subgroups of the population might benefit more that the general population.

Role of Diet in Preventing Breast Cancer

There are also reports of specific wholesome and natural foods that, if prepared properly and eaten regularly, will prevent cancer. These diets are touted for their purported preventive and even therapeutic effects, and the dietary supplement industry in the United States is booming. These products include vitamins, minerals, trace elements, herbs, and a variety of compounds that are intermediate products of metabolism. We are constantly bombarded by advertisements for products that will protect us against every conceivable illness. What are we to believe Many physicians take a guarded view of the benefits of dietary supplements. Since the FDA does not regulate the industry adequately, there are concerns as to the purity of these products, the true concentrations of active ingredients (if they are active), their side effects, and potentially dangerous contaminants. There are also concerns that their actions, if any, may be due to a placebo effect. Specific effects cannot legally be...

Efficacy Of Lowcarbohydrate Diets On Weight Loss

Five randomized studies conducted over 6 to 12 mo have compared the effects of a low-carbohydrate diet and a calorie-controlled, low-fat diet on weight and body composition in obese adults (8-13). (Note that the Samaha and Stern papers refer to the same study but report 6-mo and 12-mo data, respectively.) With the exception of one study that prescribed nutritional supplements including vitamins, minerals, essential oils, and chromium picolinate to the low-carbohydrate group but not the low-fat group (12), diet prescriptions in these studies were comparable (e.g., a low-carbohydrate diet containing

Pyridoxine Select 1 EFFECT

The Committee on Nutrition of the American Academy of Pediatrics has concluded that children on a normal diet do not need vitamin supplements. There are, however, some clinical situations in which special needs do occur. Match each situation with the appropriate supplement.

Drugs No Longer Under Investigation or Withdrawn

Ephedrine, combined with methylxantines, was used in the treatment of asthma for decades. A physician in Denmark noted weight loss in his patients taking this combination drug for asthma. The combination of 200 mg caffeine and 20 mg ephedrine given three times a day was subsequently approved as a prescription obesity medication in Denmark, where it enjoyed commercial success for more than a decade (116). In 1994, legislation in the United States declared ephedra and caffeine to be foods, eligible to be sold as dietary herbal supplements. The use of this combination as an unregulated dietary supplement for the treatment of obesity was accompanied by reports of cardiovascular and neuropsychiatric adverse events, leading to the FDA declaring ephedra, the herbal form of ephedrine, as an adulterant (117). Recently, courts in the United States have overturned the FDA decision to withdraw ephedra from the herbal market, at least in regard to ephedra doses of 10 mg or less, and the...

Diet pills

Many over-the-counter medications and dietary supplements are marketed with similar promises. Some pose significant health risks Other dietary supplements promoted for weight loss include conjugated linoleic acid, 7-keto-dihydroepiandrosterone (DHEA), and garcinia. There is insufficient evidence to support effectiveness of any of these for weight loss.

Micronutrients

Micronutrients may have direct effects on the progression of an infection. The availability of key micronutrients in tissues or fluids can influence the growth and replication of infectious agents. For example, iron is required for the propagation of malaria and salmonella, and vitamin B12 is required for Diphyllobothrium latum. More frequently, micronutrients mediate their effect on morbidity from infectious disease by modulating the immune system. A particular micronutrient deficiency rarely occurs in an isolated manner but often overlaps with other micronutrient deficiencies and protein energy malnutrition. Nevertheless, large prospective field trials have demonstrated the benefits derived from dietary supplements with vitamin A and zinc, which have been shown to reduce the incidence, severity, and duration of various infectious diseases. Data are more limited for iron, vitamin C, and selenium,

Inherited

Elevated levels arise from both genetic defects affecting the transsul-furation or remethylation pathways as well as with folate, B6 and B12 deficiency, renal failure, hypothyroidism, increased age, and smoking. Homozygotes for cystathionine b-synthase deficiency and methylene-tetrahydrofolate re-ductase may have severe vascular disease and appear even in childhood. As many as 60 have thromboembolic events before age 40 and 50 by age 29. Heterozygotes have a high incidence of premature arterial occlusive disease, which may represent as much as 1 70 of the normal population. However, the most common cause is dietary folate and B6 and B12 deficiencies, which account for around two thirds of the cases of hyperhomocystinemia. Measuring fasting homocysteine plasma levels establishes the diagnosis. The mechanism of thrombosis is thought to involve several mechanisms including induction of endothelial cell tissue factor activity, inhibition of thrombomodulin, decreased...

Vitamin E and Cancer

C, and it is a good source of dietary fiber. Vitamin E is not included in this statement since most fruits and vegetables are quite low in vitamin E content (see Chapter 8). However, the FDA did not approve a health claim to the effect that antioxidants in foods may lower the risk of cancer. This point was extensively debated. All interested in the history of antioxidant health claims should read Block's argument for an antioxidant health claim related to cancer risk (102). The Pearson v. Shalala court decision directed FDA to reconsider the health claim Consumption of antioxidants may reduce the risk of certain kinds of cancer for labeling use on dietary supplements. In reevaluation of the supporting data, FDA issued the conclusion that FDA intends to exercise its enforcement discretion with respect to antioxidant vitamin dietary supplements containing vitamin E and or vitamin C when Since establishment of the DRIs, several large epidemiological studies have been published on bladder...

Phytoestrogens

Soy is a major source of isoflavones. Most studies of the benefits of soy involve soy foods. It is not known whether dietary supplements work as well as isoflavone-containingfood products. Most available dietary supplements have levels of isoflavones below the level stated on the bottle. Whether the isoflavone is present as the glycoside (sugar-bound) form or aglycone (free) form adds another source ofvariance. Manufacturing processes may remove the biologically active isoflavones. Two proprietary products, Rimostil and PromensilTM, contain four isoflavones in varying proportions. Whole soy foods such as tofu, soy milk, and edamame, maybe preferable to more highly processed soy, such as textured vegetable protein, for cardiovascular benefits such as lowering blood cholesterol.

Hydrogen Sulfide

Because nitrogen deficiency is a well-known contributor to hydrogen sulfide production, one strategy that can reduce the risk of formation is the addition of nutritional supplements to grape musts prior to and or during fermentation (Vos and Gray, 1979 Guidici and Kunkee, 1994 Jiranek et al., 1995a 1995b Hallinan et al., 1999 Tamayo et al., 1999 Park et al., 2000 Spiropoulos et al., 2000). Jiranek et al. (1995a 1996) concluded that excessive H2S produced under nitrogen deficiency was due to ongoing reduction of sulfite by sulfite reductase even though the nitrogen-containing precursors that react with sulfide, O -acetylserine (OAS) or O -acetylhomoserine (OAH), were exhausted (Fig. 1.12).

Databases

A small database of Public Safety Alerts (1996 forward) related to specific drugs, biologies, devices, and dietary supplements. A separate index, updated monthly, provides access to all safety-related drug labeling changes retrospective to 1996. Searchable by product brand name, labeling records show specific additions and deletions initiated to clarify indications and precautions.

Preventive Measures

Preventive measures are developed and implemented as a way of reducing product hazards and maintaining market quality. For instance, a wine-maker may decide to add additional nitrogen to a specific grape must prior to or during alcoholic fermentation (Section 8.2). The decision regarding the concentration to add becomes more complicated due to the availability of different nutritional supplements and conflicting scientific information as to when to add the nutrients (before or after yeast inoculation and in what amounts). In this case, it is important for the winemaking staff to agree before crush as to what preventive measures should be taken if the amount of nitrogen in grape musts be below a specified concentration. Another example of a preventative measure would be the use of SO2 or lysozyme at the crusher as a means to reduce the risk of Lactobacillus spoilage.

Neurolathyrism

The agents responsible for herbal-based hepatic veno-occlusive disease are the pyrrolizidine alkaloids. They are found in Jamaican bush teas, comfrey (Symphytum officinale), grain contaminated with pyrrolizidine-containing weeds,69 and in many other herbs used to prepare medicinal teas or dietary supplements. Approximately 3 of the world's flowering plants contain toxic pyrrolizidine alkaloids.70 The dose and duration of exposure required for toxicity are unclear, and no safe level of exposure has been established.71 Pyrrolizidine alkaloids are readily absorbed from the gastrointestinal tract and metabolized by the liver. The alkaloids undergo transformation to inactive or active metabolites by several metabolic pathways they can be deactivated by N-oxidation or by hydrolysis of their ester bonds, or they can be activated by liver microsomal P450 enzymes that convert the alkaloid into a pyrrolic ester. Pyrrolic esters are potent oxidizers that can cause acute hepatotoxicity and...

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