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Because Vitamins A and D are fat soluble, so insufficient fats mean insufficient vitamins A and D

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What type of soluble vitamin is vitamin A?

Vitamin A is lipid soluble.


What type of lipid is vitamin a?

I could be wrong but a vitamin is not a lipid. A lipid is a fat. Vitamin A could be a fat soluble vitamin, but I am not sure if it is. According to my Chem book, Vitamin A is a fat-soluble vitamin and is classified as a lipid. The lab book says to puncture a vitamin A capsule or use cod liver oil, so my guess is it is a triacylglycerol, i.e. an oil.


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What is soluble in a lipid?

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What Happens When You Don't Get Vitamin A?

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Which lipid is used as the basis of vitamin D and sex hormones and bile?

Sterols


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No. Cholesterol is a lipid and is a precursor to vitamin D and steroid hormones.


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What is an allithiamine?

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