Specific Minerals & Vitamins

This companion webpage to the 42eXplore project, Vitamins & Minerals, has an indexed collection of information links for selected nutrients.
 
B-C
Biotin: (1) Biotin Deficiency And Dependency from The Merck Manual, (2) Biotin from MedLine
Plus Medical Encyclopedia, (3) Biotin by E.M. Haas from HealthWorld Online, (4) Biotin from e-hospi, (5) Biotin Deficiency from eMedicine,
Calcium: (1) Calcium Information Resource from GlaxoSmithKline, (2) Calcium from McKinley
Health Center, University of Illinois, (3) Calcium Supplement Guidelines from Cooperative Extension, University of Arizona, (4) Boning Up on Calcium by R. Schwartz, (5) Calcium in Diet from MedLine Plus Medical Encyclopedia, (6) Calcium from Ohio State University Extension
Chromium: (1) Chromium from e-hospi, (2) Chromium in Diet from MedLine Plus Medical
Encyclopedia, (3) Chromium by E.M. Haas from HealthWorld Online, (4) Chromium in the Diet by C. Armstrong from Discovery Health, (5) Chromium Picolinate - Diet Supplement Darling, (6) Chromium from Ask the Dietitian, (7) Chromium in Diet from A.D.A.M. Inc., (8) Chromium from The Merck Manual
Copper: (1) Copper from e-hospi, (2) Copper in Diet from MedLine Plus Medical Encyclopedia,
(3) Copper in Diet from A.D.A.M. Inc., (4) Copper Deficiency and Toxicity from The Merck Manual, (5) Can Copper Status Affect Aging? from Agricultural Research
 
F-I
Fluoride: (1) Fluoride from e-hospi, (2) Fluorine from The Merck Manual, (3) Fluoride in Diet from
MedLine Plus Medical Encyclopedia, (4) Fluoride by E.M. Haas from HealthWorld Online
Iodine: (1) Iodine in Diet from MedLine Plus Medical Encyclopedia, (2) Iodine in Diet from Health
Central, (3) Iodine by E.M. Haas from HealthWorld Online, (4) Iodine, (5) Iodine from The Merck Manual
Iron: (1) Iron for Health, (2) Iron from Indiadiets Foods, (3) Dietary Sources of Iron from McKinley
Health Center, University of Illinois, (4) Iron from National Institutes of Health, (4) Iron in Diet from MedLine Plus Medical Encyclopedia, (5) Iron in Diet by C. Armstrong from Discovery Health, (6) Iron-Deficiency Anemia from University of Maryland Medical System, (7) Are You Getting Enough Iron, or Perhaps, Too Much? by E.S. Walton, (8) Iron from Ohio State University Extension, (9) Toxicity, Iron form eMedicine, (20) Iron from The Merck Manual
 
M
Magnesium: (1) Magnesium from National Institutes of Health, (2) Magnesium in Diet from
MedLine Plus Medical Encyclopedia, (3) Magnesium in Diet by K. Tessmer from Discovery Health, (4) Magnesium from Ohio State University Extension, (5) Magnesium by E.M. Haas from HealthWorld Online, (6) Magnesium: We Don't Appear to be Getting Enough from ScienceNews Online
Manganese: (1) Manganese from e-hospi, (2) Manganese from The Merck Manual, (3) Manganese
from Vitamins Etc., (4) Manganese by E.M. Haas from HealthWorld Online, (5) Manganese from Integrative Medicine Communications
Molybdenum: (1) Molybdenum from e-hospi, (2) Molybdenum from The Merck Manual, (3)
Molybdenum by E.M. Haas from HealthWorld Online, (4) Molybdenum from Body Wise International
 
P-S
Phosphorus: (1) Information Sheet-Phosphorus, (2) Phosphorus from Arizona Dietetic Project, (3)
Phosphorus from e-hospi, (4) Phosphorus by E.M. Haas form HealthWorld Online,
Potassium: Potassium from American Heart Association, Inc., (2) Potassium from Ask the
Dietitian, (3) Potassium by E.M. Haas from HealthWorld Online
Selenium: (1) Selenium from National Institutes of Health, (2) Selenium from e-hospi, (3) Selenium
from The Merck Manual, (4) Selenium in Diet from Discovery Health, (5) Selenium in Diet from MedLine Plus Medical Encyclopedia
Sodium: (1) Sodium from American Heart Association, Inc., (2) What You Always Wanted to
Know about Salt from Salt Institute, (3) How Much Sodium Are You Eating? from University of Nebraska Cooperative Extension, (4) Morton Salt, (5) Salt Talk by L. Rivero, (6) Choose a Diet Moderate in Salt and Sodium
 
V
Vitamin A: (1) Vitamin A and Beta-carotene from Oxygen, (2) Vitamin A from Netfit, (3) Vitamin A
and Carotenoids from National Institutes of Health, (4) Vitamin A Deficiency from The Merck Manual, (5) Vitamin A Toxicity from The Merck Manual, (6) Vitamin A from Ohio State University Extension
Vitamin B: (1) Vitamin B from Netfit, (2) How B Vitamins Work by J. Gordon from
Howstuffworks, (3) University of Maryland Study Links Vitamin B Deficiency to Risk of Stroke in Younger Women
Vitamin B-1 (Also known as Thiamine): (1) Thiamine Deficiency And Dependency from The Merck
Manual, (2) Thiamine from HealthCentral, (3) Vitamin B1 - Thiamine by E.M. Hass from HealthWorld Online, (4) Thiamine from e-hospi, (5) Thiamine from A.D.A.M. Inc.
Vitamin B-2 (Also known as Riboflavin): (1) Riboflavin Deficiency from The Merck Manual, (2)
Riboflavin from MedLine Plus Medical Encyclopedia, (3) Riboflavin from e-hospi, (4) Vitamin B-2 from Internet Health Library
Vitamin B-3 (Also known as Niacin): (1) Niacin from MedLine Plus Medical Encyclopedia, (2)
Niacin, (3) Niacin Deficiency from The Merck Manual, (4) Vitamin B3 (Niacin) by E.M. Hass from HealthWorld Online, (5) Vitamin B3 from Internet Health Library
Vitamin B-5 (Also known as Pantothenic Acid): (1) Pantothenic Acid Deficiency from The Merck
Manual, (2) Pantothenic Acid from Vitamins Etc., (3) Vitamin B5 from Internet Health Library, (4) Vitamin B5 - Pantothenic Acid by E.M. Haas from HealthWorld Online
Vitamin B-6: (1) Vitamin B-6 (pyridoxine) from Oxygen, (2) Vitamin B6 from National Institutes of
Health, (3) Vitamin B-6 Deficiency And Dependency from The Merck Manual, (4) Choose Foods with Vitamin B-6 by J. Burney, (5) Vitamin B6 from Internet Health Library
Vitamin B-9 (Also known as Folate & Folic Acid): (1) Folic Acid from Understanding Nutrition I
nformation, Purdue University, (2) Why Folic Acid is So Important from Center for Disease Control, (3) How Folate Can Help Prevent Birth Defects by P. Kurtzweil, U. S. Food and Drug Administration, (4) Folic Acid Information from Spina Bifida Association of America, (5) Folic Acid from International Health News, (6) Folate (Folacin, Folic Acid) from Ohio State University Extension, (7) Folate from National Institutes of Health, (8) Folic Acid from Health Canada
Vitamin B-12: (1) Vitamin B-12 from Oxygen, (2) Vitamin B-12, (3) Vitamin B12 from National
Institutes of Health, (4) Vitamin B-12 for the Vegetarian from Andrews University, (5) Vitamin B12 from International Health News, (6) Vitamin B12 from Ask the Dietitian
Vitamin C: (1) Introducing Vita-Man C, (2) Vitamin C: Your Ultimate Health Insurance by H.R.
Larsen, (3) Vitamin C Ascorbic Acid from Netfit, (4) Vitamin C Deficiency from The Merck Manual, (5) Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid) from Ohio State University Extension, (6) Eat a Vitamin C Rich Diet from Kids Running, (7) Vitamin C and Scurvy
Vitamin D: (1) Vitamin D from Netfit, (2) Sun factor: Getting Enough Vitamin D by S. Pedwell, (3)
Vitamin D from National Institutes of Health, (4) Vitamin D Deficiency And Dependency from The Merck Manual, (5) Vitamin D Toxicity from The Merck Manual, (6) Vitamin D from the Internet Health Library
Vitamin E: (1) Vitamin E: Disease Prevention for Your Good Health from American Dietetic
Association, (2) Vitamin E from Netfit, (3) Vitamin E Profile by L. Beck, (4) Vitamin E from National Institutes of Health, (5) Vitamin E Deficiency from The Merck Manual, (6) Vitamin E Toxicity from The Merck Manual,
Vitamin K: (1) Vitamin K from Netfit, (2) Vitamin K Deficiency from The Merck Manual, (3)
Vitamin K: Another Reason To Eat Your Greens, (4) Vitamin K from Ask the Dietitian, (5) Vitamin K by S. Simmons
 
Z
Zinc: Facts About Zinc from Big River Zinc, (2) Zinc from National Institutes of Health, (3) Zinc
from e-hospi, (4) Zinc from The Merck Manual, (5) Zinc in Diet from from MedLine Plus Medical Encyclopedia
  
 
 
Created by Annette Lamb and Larry Johnson, 6/02.