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Thiamine-Responsive Megaloblastic Anemia Syndrome
Genetic mutation causing megaloblastic anemia which is responsive to thiamine supplementation
thiamine  iron 
19 days ago by cessationoftime
Fast Press Ironing System with Spray Bottle + Instruction DVD: Amazon.co.uk: Kitchen & Home
Not a steam press, so not the issue with rust staining my current steam press gives
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29 days ago by aidan
Nutrient interrelationships as they affect the formulation of balanced diets
In the first place, high-fat diets are thought to have a thiamine-sparing action. This idea originated with the findings of Evans & Lepkovsky (1929) that high levels of fat delay the onset of signs of a deficiency of vitamin B,. This delay has since been attributed to the fact that either (a) less thiamine is used in the metabolism of fat than of carbohydrate, or (b) the rate of thiamine utilization is unchanged regardless of diet composition, but fat in some way exerts a protective effect against the onset of deficiency signs. In most instances, increased excretion and decreased tissue levels of thiamine have been found to result from diets low in fat and high in carbohydrate. However, regardless of the physiological mechanism involved, the thiamine-sparing action of high-fat diets is of minor practical significance in most human dietaries and of no real importance in poultry diets in which adequate levels of thiamine are achieved through natural ingredients

Waltner (1927) demonstrated that excess Fe would cause Phos deficiency signs in rats.
thiamine  vita  vitaminA  nutrition  Nutrientmap  fasting  phosphate  phosphorus  iron 
7 weeks ago by cessationoftime
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