Your Handy Guide To Vitamins


Your Handy Guide To Vitamins

Our body needs 13 vitamins: vitamins A, C, D, E, K and the B vitamins (thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, pantothenic acid, biotin, vitamin B-6, vitamin B-12 and folate). Other than vitamins D and K that can be produced in the body, all other vitamins have to be absorbed from food.

Today, vitamin deficiency is found all around the world even in developed countries such as the United States. In the United States, 90% of Americans have a potassium deficiency, 80% don’t get enough vitamin E, 70% need more calcium, and the list goes on and on.

Learn more about all vitamins in this guide to vitamins:

Your Handy Guide To Vitamins

Sources of Vitamin A

vitamin A

Sources of Vitamin B1:

vitamin-b1-source

Sources of Vitamin B6:

vitamin-b6-source

Sources of Vitamin B9:

folate vitamin

Sources of Vitamin B12:

vitamin b12

Sources of Vitamin C:

image_Vitamin-C

Sources of Vitamin D:

vitamin D
[Please note that we don’t recommend consuming margarine or any other synthetic products]
Here is a useful guide about vitamin D, the Sunshine Vitamin.

Sources of Vitamin E:

sources of vitamin E

All you need to know about vitamin E and vitamin E supplements can be found here.

Sources of Vitamin K:

sources-vitamin-k

Your Handy Guide To Vitamins
[Last Updated on June 10th 2014]

 
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