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State which of the two classifications of vitamins you have to be more concerned with toxicity about,
13 different vitamins divided into two types, water-soluble and fat-soluble. A. Fat-soluble vitamins: Four vitamins; A, D, E, and K are known as the fat-soluble vitamins. They are digested and absorbed with the help of fats that are in the diet. B. [ Water-soluble vitamins: they include the vitamin B group of several vitamins and vitamin C, or ascorbic acid. These water-soluble vitamins are
not stored in the body for long. Good sources should be eaten every day. ]
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User: State which of the two classifications of vitamins you have to be more concerned with toxicity about,





Weegy: 13 different vitamins divided into two types, water-soluble and fat-soluble. A. Fat-soluble vitamins: Four vitamins; A, D, E, and K are known as the fat-soluble vitamins. They are digested and absorbed with the help of fats that are in the diet. B. [ Water-soluble vitamins: they include the vitamin B group of several vitamins and vitamin C, or ascorbic acid. These water-soluble vitamins are not stored in the body for long. Good sources should be eaten every day. ]
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