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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 F: Indications for the Use
Vitamin F is soluble in fats. It consists of an unsaturated fatty acids produced from foodstuffs. Vitamin F easily collapses under the…
​Vitamin F: How Does It Work
The structure of vitamin F contains a complex of three fatty acids: linolenic, linoleic and arachidonic. The human body does not produce this…
​Vitamin K: Where Its Contained
Vitamin K is also called blood-stopping (antihemorrhagic) vitamin. Its presence in the human body carries longevity and vitality. Half of the…
​Vitamin K: Indications for the Use
Among the fat-soluble vitamin K refers in small quantities and is stored in the liver. Destroyed by alkaline solutions and light. Vitamin…
​Vitamin K: How Does It Work
Vitamin K is fat-soluble. It plays a significant role in hematopoiesis, is vital for the work of proteins included in the process of…
​Vitamin A: Where Its Contained
Vitamin A, also called retinol, is a vitamin that is fat-soluble. First retinol has been isolated from carrots and vitamins A carotenoids were…
​Vitamin B1: Where Its Contained
Vitamin B1 (thiamine) is dissolved in water. It is easily destroyed in an alkaline medium by the heat treatment. Thiamine plays a significant…
​Vitamin A: How Does It Work
Vitamin A is an important component of a healthy body, so there should be enough of it in the human diet.How Vitamin A WorksVitamin A…
​Vitamin B1: Indications for the Use
Vitamin B1 is sometimes called vitamin of optimism. Its second name is thiamine. It is significant for the full development and growth of the…
​Vitamin B1: How Does It Work
Vitamin B1 is water-soluble. Another name for it is thiamin. It is involved in the conversion of carbohydrates into fat, metabolism of amino…
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