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Vitamins and Supplements

On the importance of vitamins and nutritional supplements, what and to whom it is suitable, as well as whichone is the best to take, simply by observing a healthy lifestyle. 

​Vitamin N: Why It’s Important
Lipoic or thioctic, para-aminobenzoic acid (vitamin N) is vitamin-like substance. It is located in different body organs to a greater degree…
​Vitamin P: Indications for the Use
Vitamin P is the collective name of a large group of substances called "bioflavonoids" or "rutin." They all have a similar structure,…
​Vitamin P: Where Its Contained
Vitamin P (citrine, vitamin C2, bioflavonoids) is soluble in water and works closely with vitamin C.Bioflavonoids don’t affect the activity…
​Vitamin P: How Does It Work
Vitamin P is also known as"flavonoids". This collectively, biologically active substances. To this group belongs the entire 120 compounds. The…
​Vitamin H1: Why It’s Important
Vitamin H1 (vitamin B10, para-aminobenzoic acid, PABA, PABA) - this vitamin-like compound having a crystal structure. It is readily soluble in…
​Vitamin C: Indications for the Use
Vitamin C is known to all from early childhood. This vitamin is not synthesized by the body, so it can only be obtained from food or…
​Vitamin C: Where Its Contained
The daily need of ascorbic acid (vitamin C) in an adult is about 100 mg. day. Of these, 60 mg. one derives from vitamin preparations, the…
​Vitamin C: How Does It Work
Modern human body is not able to produce this vitamin. Therefore, it should come in the form of synthetic drug or with food.Healthy person per…
​Vitamin PP: Indications for the Use
Nicotinic acid (vitamin PP) is important for many oxidation reactions in the body cells. Its chemical composition is a crystalline white…
​Vitamin PP: Where Its Contained
Vitamin PP (nicotinic acid) is well preserved during thermal processing products, as well as their preservation. While cooking is lost only…
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