Vitamins

Vitamins

1 – Vitamin A

2 – Vitamin B

3 – Vitamin C

4 – Vitamin D

5 – Vitamin E

6 – Vitamin K

7 – Flavonoids

8 – PABA

*VITAMIN A (RETINOL).

Vitamins helps in the formation and maintenance of teeth, soft and bony tissues, hair, mucous membranes and skin. It also intervenes in the conservation of night vision and helps the release of energy from nutrients. In addition, it stimulates the production of hormones.

*VITAMIN B1 (THYAMINE).

Controls the enzymes involved in the stimulation of chemical reactions that convert glucose (sugar) into energy therefore promote the production of energy necessary for the functioning of the nerves, muscles and heart.

*VITAMIN B2 (RIBOFLAVINE).

Along with other B *vitamins, *vitamin B2 promotes salutary growth and tissue repair. It also helps to release energy from ingested carbohydrates.

*VITAMIN B3 (NIACIN).

Firstly helps to release energy from fats and carbohydrates, helps in the functions of the nervous system and the digestive, promotes the production of sex hormones and helps to preserve healthy skin.

*VITAMIN B5 (PANTOTHENIC ACID).

Above all vitamins contributes to the assimilation of carbohydrates, proteins and fats and is a great ally against stress since *vitamin B5 synthesizes hormones antriestrés from cholesterol, which also helps to reduce it. Among the sources of *vitamin B5 are eggs, yeast, broccoli, tomatoes, potatoes, mushrooms and legumes.

*VITAMIN B6 (PIRIDOXIN).

Above all it collaborates in the production of energy from nutrients, intervenes in the formation of red blood cells and antibodies and helps to strengthen the nervous and digestive systems.

*VITAMIN B9 (FOLIC ACID).

Most importantly: it promotes the production of the genetic material inside the cells, necessary for the growth and formation of tissues and red blood cells in the red bone marrow. In addition, it helps keep the nervous system healthy. Among the vegetable sources of folic acid are legumes, citrus fruits, grains of whole cereals, mushrooms, walnuts, peas and green leafy vegetables.

*VITAMIN B12 (COBALAMINE).

Above all vitamins contributes to the production of genetic material inside the cells and helps keep the nervous system in good condition. It is very important for metabolism.

*VITAMIN C (ASCORBIC ACID).

Preserves gums, bones, teeth and blood vessels in good condition. It improves the absorption of the iron and helps to strengthen the immune system.

*VITAMINS (CALCIFEROL).

Above all vitamins helps the absorption of calcium from food and controls the level of calcium in the blood to obtain a good coagulation. The biggest source of vitamins D is sunlight and it is absorbed thanks to a chemical process that takes place in our skin.

*VITAMIN E (TOCOFEROL).

Above all it intervenes in the formation of red blood cells, protects the cellular tissues of the lungs and other organs and delays cellular aging.

*VITAMIN H (BIOTIN).

Also known as *vitamin B7, it belongs to the group B vitamins complex. Like the pantothenic acid (*vitamin B5) with which it works together, it is a coenzyme responsible for numerous processes in the body such as the metabolism of proteins, fats and carbohydrates. In addition, it contributes to the good state of health of hair, nails and skin.

*VITAMIN K (PHYTOMENADIONA).

Above all it plays an important role in the coagulation of blood.

Vitamins