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A 15-year-old girl limits her diet to carrots, tomatoes, green vegetables, bread, pasta, rice, and skim milk. She has an increased risk for vitamin A deficiency because its absorption requires the presence of which of the following?

(A) Heme
(B) Intrinsic factor
(C) Phosphatidylcholine
(D) Protein
(E) Triglyceride
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E.)triglycerides
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i think its protein because is lipid sol. vitamin, and cannot travel in blood stream unaccompanied. ( girl's diet is deficient in protein, veggies provide some fats)
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Answer is D
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