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These are all reputable sources that will provide you with most of the info you need :) Try searching them for the vitamin or mineral you are researching. There are videos below that show you how these bad boys work :)
Vitamins and minerals are sometimes known by more than one name. If that's the case with your nutrient, try searching for the other name or names as well. For example, if I'm looking for info on Vitamin C, I might also try searching for ascorbic acid.
Definitely try this out! It has great info, and it will help you put together your citations :)
From the National Library of Medicine. Provides links to information which has been vetted by experts.
Office of Dietary Supplements
From the National Institutes of Health.
Drug Information Portal
From the National Library of Medicine. I don't have a video for this one, but it works very much like the others :)
Using Gale eBooks for this Assignment
Using MedlinePlus for this assignment
Office of Dietary Supplements for this assignment