who acts as carrier of vitamin in our body?is it carbohydrate or red blood cells or anything else??
Asked by rohitraman1115 | 19th May, 2019, 12:36: PM
Upon absorption, the fat-soluble vitamins enter the lymph vessels before making their way into the bloodstream. In most cases, fat-soluble vitamins must be coupled with a protein in order to travel through the body.
So, in most cases the blood vessels and proteins act as carriers of vitamins.
Answered by Sivanand Patnaik | 19th May, 2019, 02:38: PM
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