Types of Vitamins And Its Functions

 

Vitamin A; Its function and consequences arises if deficiencies

Vitamin B1; Its function and consequences arises if deficiencies

Vitamin B2; Its function and consequences arises if deficiencies

Vitamin B3; Its function and consequences arises if deficiencies

Vitamin B5; Its function and consequences arises if deficiencies

Vitamin B6; Its function and consequences arises if deficiencies

Vitamin B7; Its function and consequences arises if deficiencies

Vitamin B9; Its function and consequences arises if deficiencies

Vitamin B12; Its function and consequences arises if deficiencies

Vitamin C; Its function and consequences arises if deficiencies

Vitamin D; Its function and consequences arises if deficiencies

Vitamin E; Its function and consequences arises if deficiencies

Vitamin K; Its function and consequences arises if deficiencies

 

 

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Vitamin K; Its function and consequences arises if deficiencies

Vitamin K

Alias Phylloquinone, Menaquinones
Function Helps the body’s metabolism and prevents diabetes, suppresses the bleeding process due to excessive use of aspirin or antibiotics, decreases the risk of osteoporosis.
Vitamin K Deficiency Inhibits blood clotting, decreased bone density.
Food Sources Green leafy vegetables, avocado, kiwi, parsley (parsley).
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Vitamin E; Its function and consequences arises if deficiencies

Vitamin E

Alias Tocopherols, Tocotrienols
Function Important for blood function, preventing excessive fatty acids, maintaining healthy skin tissue, eyes, red blood and liver, as a natural antioxidant, protecting the lungs from air pollution.
Vitamin E Deficiency Infertility, nerve and muscle disorders.
Food Sources Vegetable oil, wheat, grains, lettuce, fish, yeast, egg yolks.
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Vitamin D; Its function and consequences arises if deficiencies

Vitamin D

Alias Cholecalciferol, Ergocalciferol
Function It is important for teeth and bones, helps the body use calcium and phosphorus, prevents uterine disease (softening bones in children).
Vitamin D Deficiency Rheumatoid arthritis (joint joint), Osteomalacia disease (excessive loss of phosphorus and calcium), diabetes, Rahcitis.
Food Sources Fish, eggs, liver, Mushrooms, Soybeans, Milk, uandg, oysters. Exposure to sunlight.
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Vitamin C; Its function and consequences arises if deficiencies

Vitamin C

Alias Ascorbic acid
Function Important for healthy teeth and gums and bones, forming body cells and blood vessels, preventing scurvy, increasing endurance, as an antioxidant.
Vitamin C Deficiency Chapped tongue, reduced energy / fatigue, scurvy, canker sores, anemia.
Food Sources Oranges, tomatoes, strawberries, strawberries, asparagus, cabbage, milk, butter and fish.
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