Vitamins are compounds required in the diet for adequate metabolic functioning. Vitamins can be classified as water- or lipid-soluble. Vitamin deficiency can prove deleterious depending on the specific vitamin that is lacking. Rickets and megaloblastic anemia are prominent examples of conditions caused by vitamin deficiencies.
In this course, the student will be introduced to the most important vitamins and their biomedical importance.
For optimal comprehension, the student will be required to have familiarity with the basic notions of molecular and cellular biology and the biochemistry of biomolecules.
Excellent review and explanations of the different vitamins and their various forms and functions.
Professor Kevin make it enjoyable course; It helped not only in remembering many info that I forgot in the class, but also I did learn many new valuable information. The fact that the explanation provided by Dr. Kevin is so easy to understand and memorize, make this course very interesting.
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Why does it require ten words and stuff, can't I just rate the lecture and get over with it?