Vitamins and Supplements
Vitamins are often referred to as “spark plugs” because they aid in the absorption, digestion and metabolism of the nutrients in the human body. Supplements, on the other hand, provide nutrients that may be missing in a person’s diet.
Where can you buy vitalert vitamins?
Is Upjohn still manufacturing Unicap vitamins?
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How many 2000 IU Tablets of Vitamin D equal 2000 mg?
Vitamin D is measured in micrograms (mcg) not milligrams (mg). 400 IU is equal to 10 micrograms, so one 2000 IU tablet of vitamin D would equal 50 mcg, and 40 2000 IU tablets would equal 2000 mcg.
How fast does b12 injections work?
Will the b12 injection hurt yes or no
How many mg is 800 IU of vitamin D?
What are examples of fat-soluble vitamins are?
Which vitamin helps keep teeth gums skin and bones healthy and helps you fight colds?
How much sodium does Fish have?
Well...it appears you are asking about what we call endogenous content (meaning "occurring naturally" or "from within" the organism). If that's the case, most "fish" will have trace elements of sodium (Na) as it is used in neurotransmission for everything from regulating how Mr. Fish's heart pumped blood or how Mrs. Fish used "brainpower" to search for food when she was alive and well. Once they die, Sodium remains an element in their chemical composition. However, this amount is very small; we'd usually call it "trace amounts" of the Sodium Ion (Na+). A second place where you'd find sodium in fish is in the content of its gills, stomach, liver swim bladder, and other organs where water is stored, assuming your fish is (was) a salt-water variety of fish. Wherever Mr. Fish had stored water, some (though not as much as you might think) of it exists either as NaCl (salt) or as Sodium Ions (Na+)- not many of these. Also remember that "Saltwater" is NOT water that has table salt mixed in. In fact, the greatest amount of "salt" found in "saltwater" is Ammonium Chloride (NH4Cl), which is, simply put, fish pee. It IS a salt based on it's chemical composition. Some other common salts that lack Sodium are KCl (potassium chloride) and Calcium Carbonate (CaCO4). That's it for the ENDOGENOUS Sodium in the fish.
The other reading of the question may be asking about the EXOGENOUS sodium content of the fish. For that answer, we'd need to know what happened to Mr. Fish once he was caught and brought onto land. Was Mr. Fish sent to a cannery, such as where "Chicken of the Sea" Tuna is processed? If so, then Mr. Fish was likely given several "salts" (called preservatives) to help him stay fresh longer until he gets to the grocery store and finally onto you plate. These preserving salts may or may not have sodium in them. A popular preservative in canning meats is the salt "Monosodium Glutimate" or "MSG" for short. In addition to using preservatives to keep food fresh, those who prepare the fish for consumption will want to "season" the fish appropriately. This usually entails a unique blend of flavorings and spices (one of which will probably be sodium-chloride, our table-salt in most places).
In that since, you've asked a rather more difficult question than you probably meant to. However, this answer will hopefully encourage you to look and ask questions when you see food being prepared, or when you are reading the label on that can of tuna in he store. Also remember, too much table salt (NaCl) is a major contributor to heart attacks and high blood pressure in the U.S. We should skip it if we can and enjoy the flavoring added by the preparer or just experience the taste without salt. Our Ansestors did, and seemed to live healthier lives for it.
1.25 mg of vitamin D is how much iu of Vitamin D?
On food packages to what does the term insoluble fiber refer?
How many mg in 1000 mcg?
What is the best vitamin tab good for eyes?
Is lutein good for your eyes.
2.4 mcg equals how many mg?
How long do niacin take to clean your system?
Vitamin E 400 IU equals what in mg?
()IU x 0.66 = ()mg
How do you convert 400 International Units of Vitamin E into mg?
What is the best fruit juice to drink for your health?
cranberry juice maybe? i heard this was supposed to be good for you