fat soluble vitamins are stored in our fat tissues and water soluble vitamins are soluble in water.
Water-soluble vitamins are vitamins that dissolve easily in water. The water-soluble vitamins include B-complex and C vitamins which must be consumed in the body on a daily basis.
water-soluble vitamins. structure, function
Vitamins. In humans, fat-soluble vitamins are A, D, E and K. The remaining vitamins are water soluble in humans.
Your body can store a fat soluble vitamin but not a water soluble vitamin because they are not easily excreted out of the body as water soluble vitamins are.
No. Fat soluble vitamins are more toxic than water soluble vitamins. Water soluble vitamins in excess are excreted by kidney but large amount of fat soluble vitamins are stored in in fat. Vitamin D is the most toxic of all fat soluble vitamin.
Water soluble vitamins are B-complex vitamins and vitamin C.
Water soluble vitamins cannot be stored in body for long time but fat soluble vitamins can be stored in body for long time.
All B complex vitamins and vitamin C are water soluble and vitamin A, D, E and K are fat soluble vitamins.
water- soluble vitamins
No, all vitamins are not water soluble. Some are fat soluble. They are: A, D, E and K.
Vitamin B and vitamin C are water soluble vitamins...vitamin A,D,E,K are oil soluble...
Most vitamins are fat soluble, i.e. vitamins A,D E and K. The vitamin B complex (several vitamins) and vitamin C are water soluble.
Yes. You have water soluble and fat soluble vitamins. Vitamin B Complex and vitamin C are water soluble vitamins. Vitamin A, vitamin D, vitamin K and vitamin E are fat soluble vitamins.
fat soluble vitamins are A, D, E and K. water soluble vitamins are B-complex and C.
Vitamins are classed into water-soluble and fat-soluble. The names of two fat-soluble vitamins are A and D. Vitamins E and K are also fat-soluble.
vitamins are of two types-- water soluble and fat soluble. water soluble vitamins can not be stored for long as they get excreted dissolved in water in urine. but fat soluble vitamins can be stored for long in our body as these vitamins, dissolved in fats, can be stored in adipose tissues.
There are 9 vitamins that are water soluble. Among them there are 8 B vitamins and vitamin C. They dissolve easily in water.
There are 9 water-soluble vitamins in the Vitamin B Complex: (examples: B6 and B12). Also, there are only 4 lipid - soluble (fat or oil - soluble) vitamins: A, D, E, and K.
The lipid soluble vitamins are such as A, D, E, and K. The water soluble vitamins cannot be stored by the body in significant amounts for extended periods.
Yes, some of the vitamins such as B and C are water soluble, while A,D E K are fat soluble
Water soluble, classed with the B vitamins
the two categories of vitamins are 'fat soluble' and 'water soluble'.
The difference between fat soluble and water soluble vitamins is that fat soluble vitamins are not easily excreted in the body. They can retain for a period of time.Water soluble vitamins are excreted easily out of the body through urination, perspiration or defecation and vomitting.