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Vitamins

What are vitamins?  
small but important

In brief - they are organic matters, which are not produced by the human body. However, vitamins play a highly significant role in the biochemical and physiological processes like regulation of sugar level, affecting the mood changes, supporting blood health. It makes vitamins different from ... Continue reading...

Fat soluble vitamins (DI-Daily Intake)

Vitamin

Name

DI

Retinol

900 µg

Calciferol

15 µg

Tocopherol

15 mg

Phylloquinone

90 µg

Ubiquinone

*

Water soluble vitamins (DI-Daily Intake)

Benefits of zinc (Zn).

Zinc is considered to be an essential mineral for a strong immune system. However, everybody should know that
… in the human body, zinc is mainly found in the brain, in the liver, in the kidneys. But a high concentration of zinc is located in the prostate and the eyes;
… Zn is crucial for men’s health. Lack of this mineral can cause low testosterone levels and erectile dysfunction;
…zinc affects many hormones synthesis- it makes this mineral essential for the endocrine system.

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Coenzyme Q10 benefits

Almost 95% of energy in the human body is produced with the participation of CoQ10. Even though the body produces this substance by itself, aging (45+) leads to a severe decline in the Q10 coenzyme. Studies show that CoQ10 supplement intake could slow down neurodegenerative brain diseases and protect the entire nervous system from age-connected changes …..

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Vitamin C and strength immunity- what we ought to know …

In today’s situation, when humankind copes with dangerous viruses – there is a widely spread opinion that an enormous dose of vitamin C could magically stimulate the immune system and bring the best protection against viruses. But looking for supplements with a huge concentration of vitamin C, we must take to account two important points:
… strength of the immune system depends on various vitamins and dietary mineral (not only vitamin C), and without them, the immune defense can not be effective enough;
… taking high doses of vitamin C over a period of time may result in the development of … continue reading ….

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Articles

Here you can find our articles, related to vitamins, dietary minerals, food supplements, and so on

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What is Folic Acid?

Important to know that
… depression can be a result of this folic acid deficiency;
… fertility, both females and males depends on this nutrient;
…. anemia is another serious result of folic acid deficiency.

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What is Vitamin B12?

Daily consumption of carbohydrates for the average person is about 250 g, proteins- about 55 g, fats- about 75 g. But daily consumption of the vitamin, which deficiency can cause brain damage is only 2.5µg (1 µg is one millionth (1/1,000,000) part of a gram) – as small as vital!!!

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What is Biotin?

Biotin also is known as Vitamin B7 or Vitamin H. It is a water-soluble vitamin. Part of the B-complex of vitamins, this nutrient is not stored in large amounts in the body. We can find biotin in small quantities in a …

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Vitamin B6 Benefits

Read our article and discover that
… the vitamin we are talking about is vital for the proper functioning of the central nervous system;
… there is evidence that this vitamin can increases dream vividness;
… this vitamin can relieve hyperactivity and improve the ability to concentrate. … read more …

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Pantothenic Acid (vitamin B5)

The name Pantothenic acid is derived from the Greek word “pantothen” which means “from everywhere”. Small amounts of this nutrient are found in …

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What is Niacin?

It has been shown that niacin decreases “bad” cholesterol and increases “good” cholesterol in the blood.
Nicotinic acid significantly improves blood circulation and prevents future heart attacks.
Nicotinic acid is essential for healthy hair, skin, and eyes.
Read about other benefits and natural sources of the vitamin…

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What is Riboflavin?

Riboflavin is a nutrient that is involved in a huge number of vital cellular processes. Vitamin B2 has been shown to reduce the severity and duration of symptoms of migraine headaches.

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Vitamin B1. Thiamine.

It is thought that the modern world has left severe health problems connected to the lack of vitamin B1 faraway in history. But not far as 2003 in Israel, three babies wear died, and 20 other struggled terrible disabilities due to shortage of thiamine in the few batches of the infant formula, produced by the local company.

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Vitamin B Complex Benefits

B complex vitamins help the body with cell metabolism, growth, and development. These vitamins help to turn food into energy, the formation of red blood cells, support the nervous system, and healthy skin.

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What is vitamin C?

Vitamin C, also knew as ascorbic acid is a water-soluble nutrient that plays a crucial role in collagen production by the body. Find out more about other health benefits of the …

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What does vitamin K do?

Vitamin K plays a vital role in blood clotting. But recently, scientists stressed the remarkable health advantages of “the forgotten vitamin.”
Find out
… what surprising health benefits scientists discovered recently.
… why antibiotic intake can cause vitamin K deficiency!
… what are easily accessible natural sources of vitamin K.

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Vitamin E (Tocopherol).

Brings pregnancy and defends… What we are talking about? Do you think it’s about stork from fairy tales or superhero? … OK, it is all about …

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Vitamin D (Calciferol).

Vitamin D (Calciferol) has a crucial role in the body’s calcium absorption, which is important when it comes to creating strong bones. Figure out natural sources of the vitamin and symptoms of overdose.

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What is vitamin A?

Vitamin A is necessary for healthy eyesight, including color vision and night vision. It is also important for healthy teeth and bones, correct functioning of the skin, immune and reproduction systems. Find out about symptoms of deficiency and natural …

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What are vitamins?

Do you know the answer to the following questions:
What are vitamins? What a simple way to avoid vitamin deficiency?
What does it mean “water-soluble” vitamins and why they must be present in every meal? Discover the answers …

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