vitamin

Hydrogen vs Vitamin - What's the difference?

hydrogen | vitamin |


As nouns the difference between hydrogen and vitamin

is that hydrogen is the lightest chemical element (symbol h) with an atomic number of 1 and atomic weight of 100794 while vitamin is vitamin.

Vitamin vs Enzymes - What's the difference?

vitamin | enzymes |


As a noun vitamin

is vitamin.

As a verb enzymes is

.

Protein vs Vitamin - What's the difference?

protein | vitamin |


As nouns the difference between protein and vitamin

is that protein is protein while vitamin is vitamin.

Dilly vs Vitamin - What's the difference?

dilly | vitamin |


As nouns the difference between dilly and vitamin

is that dilly is someone or something that is remarkable or unusual or dilly can be (dated) a kind of stagecoach while vitamin is vitamin.

As an adjective dilly

is redolent of dill (the spice).

Vitamin vs Vitamine - What's the difference?

vitamin | vitamine |


As a noun vitamin

is vitamin.

As a verb vitamine is

.

As an adjective vitamine is

vitaminized.

Vitamin vs Megavitamin - What's the difference?

vitamin | megavitamin |


As a noun vitamin

is vitamin.

As an adjective megavitamin is

involving megadoses of vitamins.

Vitamin vs Vitaminlike - What's the difference?

vitamin | vitaminlike |


As a noun vitamin

is vitamin.

As an adjective vitaminlike is

resembling or characteristic of a vitamin.

Vitamin vs Hydroxyvitamin - What's the difference?

vitamin | hydroxyvitamin |


As nouns the difference between vitamin and hydroxyvitamin

is that vitamin is vitamin while hydroxyvitamin is (biochemistry) any hydroxy derivative of a vitamin, but in practice a derivative of vitamin d that is measured in order to diagnose vitamin d deficiency.

Vitamin vs Vitaminless - What's the difference?

vitamin | vitaminless |


As a noun vitamin

is vitamin.

As an adjective vitaminless is

devoid of vitamins.

Vitamin vs Abetalipoproteinemia - What's the difference?

vitamin | abetalipoproteinemia |


As nouns the difference between vitamin and abetalipoproteinemia

is that vitamin is vitamin while abetalipoproteinemia is a rare autosomal recessive disorder that interferes with the normal absorption of fat and fat-soluble vitamins from food.

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