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​Vitamin H1: Why It’s Important

​Vitamin H1: Why It’s Important
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Vitamin H1 (vitamin B10, para-aminobenzoic acid, PABA, PABA) - this vitamin-like compound having a crystal structure. It is readily soluble in ether, alcohol. This refers to the group of vitamin B. It has chemical resistance and does not decompose under reflux together with acids or alkalis. H1 vitamin requirement for adults 100 mg. a night.

Vitamin H1: Why It’s Important

Impact of Vitamin H1 on the Body

It helps to prevent the adverse effects of UV rays on the skin. Vitamin protects the skin from burns and promotes the formation of smooth, beautiful tan. Thus, acid paraaminobenzoic often part of the sunscreens that protect the skin from excessive heat, also PABA is part of the other cosmetic products, contributing to maintaining skin elasticity and prevents premature aging.

Paraaminobenzoic acid necessary for normal pigmentation of hair and nails. It activates the body in a special enzyme required for the synthesis of melanin in the skin, which determines its natural coloring.

Vitamin H1 promotes many microorganisms, including those found in the human gut. These microorganisms can be synthesized from PABA folic acid. As part of folic acid required for the synthesis of PABA components of DNA and RNA (purine and pyrimidine).

H1 Vitamin involved in protein synthesis, metabolism of biogenic amines, the production of red blood cells and the synthesis of interferon, which boosts the body's defenses against infections.

Parabens effective in prevention against thrombus formation. She is involved in metabolic processes, normalizes thyroid gland work, increases absorption of vitamins C and B, provides normal digestion, promoting assimilation of fats and proteins.

Properties can also be noted prolactin vitamin H1: it activates milk production in lactating women.

Reception PABA prescribed for slow development of the body, mental retardation, severe fatigue.

Sources of Vitamin H1

Vitamin H1 is found in many foods: fish, meat, dairy products, offal (liver, kidney), carrots, cabbage, potatoes, spinach, mushrooms, leafy vegetables, nuts , seeds, yeast, chicken eggs, bread, wheat germ.

Lack of vitamin H1

Supplementation of vitamin H1 can be assigned to the symptoms of deficiency:

  • the deterioration of the health of the skin, nails, hair,
  • irritability,
  • depression, weakness,
  • metabolic disorders and growth;
  • headaches, nervous disorders,
  • digestive disorders.

When balanced diet is used, vitamin H1 sufficient enters the body. However, you may be recommended to intake it orally.

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