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.
He speaks very well. Concepts delivered very well. I could understand most of his theory
very bad organization of the material vitamin d , then calcium, then vitamin d, then calcium. and there are lots of overlap between classes
Only wish the section would have also included videos or as link to videos posted elsewhere to Vitamin C, B1,B2,B6 and the rest of the water soluble Vittamins.
Really good divided and explanation, with good examples and great review questions