We all know that Vitamins and minerals are two essential nutrients they perform hundreds of role in our every day living. We already know the names vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin B+ and so on.
But few people understand why it’s important and what each vitamin does why we need to include it enough in our day to day diet.
Here’s a simple breakdown how they help us:
Without this vitamin we are blind, its help to maintain our eyes healthy, as well as overall growth and development, including memory, healthy teeth a healthy immune system, and cell growth and healthy skin.
You’ll find it in most orange foods including carrots, sweet potato, melons, winter squash, kale, collards, turnip greens, spinach etc.
Vitamins B play a vital role in maintaining good health, boost energy production, brain function, and cell metabolism. Especially important for women who are pregnant.
The main source of vitamin B is beans, yeast, whole grains and bananas.
Vitamin C helps protection against immune system deficiencies, cardiovascular disease, eye disease, and even skin wrinkling, boost collagen levels which will support skin elasticity but it also works to strength blood vessels.
You’ll find it in everything from green and red peppers, kiwi, cantaloupe and strawberries and of course, oranges.
This vitamin plays a major role in the regulation of calcium and maintenance the level of phosphorus in blood, result stronger and healthier bones.
You’ll find it in eggs, fish, mushrooms, dairy products, orange juice, soy milk, cereals, cheese,
Vitamin E improve your blood circulation and protect against coronary heart disease, and also support immune function, prevent inflammation, improve eye health, and lower the risk of cancer. E oil is main ingredient many leading anti-aging skin care product.
This vitamin can find in sunflower seeds tomato etc.
Vitamin K plays a major role in blood coagulation bone metabolism, and regulating blood calcium levels our system needs vitamin K to produce Prothrombin, a protein that is important for blood clotting and bone metabolism .
Best source of vitamin K is leafy greens, such as kale, spinach and broccoli etc.
This vitamin needs enough in our diet it’s responsible for promote cell generation and repair it also reduce chance of cancer.
You’ll find it in beans, peas, lentils as well as asparagus, broccoli and citrus fruits.
Calcium is essential mineral for maintain strong bones, heart muscles teeth lack of calcium children may not reach full potential adult height.
The best source of calcium is cheese and milk but you can also find it in black molasses.
Iron helps build muscles as well as helping our body heal. Shortage of iron in blood can lead to anemia . The best source of iron is shellfish such as clams and oysters as well as in salmon, liver, spinach, pumpkin seeds silver beet, broccoli and soybeans.
These vitamin and minerals are most essential part of our every day diet.
Please note: I am not a certified Dietitian or Nutritionist.
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