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Tocopherol: Quiz


Question 1: ________ (12.0 mg)
Olive oilLardSoybeanButter

Question 2: However, 1 IU of this racemic mixture is not now considered equivalent to 1 IU of natural (RRR) α-tocopherol, and the ________ and the USDA now convert IU's of the racemic mixture to milligrams of equivalent RRR using 1 IU racemic mixture = 0.45 "milligrams α-tocopherol".
Institute of MedicineJeffrey SachsMount Sinai School of MedicineDennis S. Charney

Question 3: [44] Many researchers advance the belief that oxidative modification of LDL-cholesterol (sometimes called "bad" cholesterol) promotes blockages in coronary arteries that may lead to ________ and heart attacks.
AtherosclerosisAtheromaCardiovascular diseaseHypertension

Question 4: A variety of schools of ________ advocate high intake of dietary or supplementary vitamin E.
Traditional Chinese medicineHerbalismAlternative medicineNaturopathy

Question 5: Some evidence associates higher intake of vitamin E with a decreased incidence of prostate cancer (see ATBC study) and ________.
Breast cancer classificationMammary ductal carcinomaBreast cancerLung cancer

Question 6: ________ such as vitamin E help protect against the damaging effects of free radicals, which may contribute to the development of chronic diseases such as cancer.
NutritionAntioxidantMetabolismHuman nutrition

Question 7: All of these various derivatives with vitamin activity may correctly be referred to as "vitamin E." Tocopherols and tocotrienols are fat-soluble ________ but also seem to have many other functions in the body.
MetabolismHuman nutritionNutritionAntioxidant

Question 8: As a food additive, tocopherol is labeled with these ________: E307 (α-tocopherol), E308 (γ-tocopherol), and E309 (δ-tocopherol).
E numberHigh-fructose corn syrupSaccharinSucralose

Question 9: ________ (1.8 mg)
GarlicPomegranateFennelPoppy seed

Question 10: ________ (11.4 mg)
Poppyseed oilContrast mediumRadiocontrastOlive oil

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