Give examples of sources of water- and fat-soluble vitamins.

Fat-soluble vitamins include vitamin A (its source is carrots, parsley, red pepper), vitamin D (source – egg yolk, butter, milk), vitamin K (source – cabbage, spinach, lettuce).
Water-soluble vitamins include vitamin C (source – cabbage, lemon, orange), vitamin B1 (source – liver, brewer’s yeast), vitamin B2 (source – eggs, cheese, milk, meat), vitamin B3 (meat, liver, kidneys, rice bran).

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