Vitamin E

Vitamin E is a fat soluble vitamin this vitamin exists in 8 forms; alpha beta delta gamma toopherol alpha beta delta and tooterinol. Alpha toochperol is the vitamin most used by your body antioxident Vitamin E is an antioxident, which helps to proect against free radicals in body. It plays roles in disease prevention cancer Link between high levels of vitamin E and reduced rates of cancer. Circulatory system Helps aid sin production of red blood cells and wider blood vessels which helps prevents blood clots. Heart Disease may help…

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vitamin d

Vitamin D Vitamin D is essential for bone health. It’s vital for bone mineralization and absorption of calcium and is important for the prevention of osteoporosis and weakening of bones.   Where Vitamin D Comes from Few foods contain vitamin D most vitamin D comes from the sun   Cancer, According to cancer research studies people living in areas with greater explore to sun have a lower incidence of death from cancer. Other studies have shown getting adequate levels of vitamin D protects against certain types of cancer like prostrate…

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Vitamin C

Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant that assists with normal function of the brain. Research has shown Vitamin C protects against Alzheimer’s disease and stroke. Some good food sources of vitamin C include cantaloupe, citrus, fruits, and kiwis.     Antioxidant Vitamin C is an antioxidant that fights off free radicals from the body that causes premature aging and tissue degeneration which causes diseases like cancer and heart diseases   Cancer: Research has shown the high dosages of Vitamin C can help slow the reproduction of cancer include colon and…

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Vitamin B

Vitamin B is a group of water solute vitamin that convert carbohydrates into usable energy and fats that metabolize and proteins. There are 8 vitamin B, each play a different role in helping the body function. Vitamin B1 Vitamin B1  is also called thiamine. It’s responsible for ATP which your body cells use for energy. It helps to boost the immune system. A vitamin b1 deficiency Loss of appetite Poor fetal Growth poor hair nail growth Food sources of b1 tree nuts Mushrooms Bananas Vitamin B9 This is commonly called…

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Vitamin A

Vitamin A   Vitamin A is a group of fat compounds vital  for many functions in the body. The majority of the vitamin A in the body is stored in the liver. Deficiency In western countries, Vitamin A deficiencies are rare. In other parts of the world, a lack of vitamin A is the main cause of blindness and impaired vision. Night blindness is one of the signs of Vitamin A deficiencies. Other symptoms of vitamin A deficiencies include:   Nerve Damage Weak smell and taste Rough, Dry skin Impaired…

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