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Vitamin A

Group : Vitamins

Vitamin A helps form and maintain healthy skin, teeth, bones and soft tissues and membranes. It is also known as retinol because it produces pigments in the retina of the eye.

Vitamin A promotes good vision, especially in low light. It may also be necessary in reproduction and lactation. It is found in the liver of animals, whole milk, carrots, spinach, cabbage, squash, broccoli, and some fortified foods.

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Spinach Spinach
Parsley Parsley
Cabbage Cabbage
Tomato Tomato
Carrots Carrots
Tangerines Tangerines
Onion
tomatoes tomatoes
cauliflower cauliflower
(10) Vitamin C
Involved in the formation of human tissues. Boost immune system. Favorable effect on wound healing. Is extremely useful for athletes and people with physical activity.
omega 3 fatty acids
Magnesium
Vitamin K
Vitamin K is necessary for blood clotting ingredient - prevents bleeding. There is a need of the liver and for the successful utilization of calcium. You should eat too much of it.
Vitamin B6
Vitamin B6 helps the majority of systems in the human body to function - including cardiovascular, digestive, immune, muscular and nervous system. B6 is required for proper development and function of the brain, as well as for the production of certain hormones.
Phosphorus
Phosphorus is needed for the body cell division, to increase muscle mass, support the work of the heart, kidneys and nervous system. Also involved in the absorption of fat. Contained in goat cheese, egg yolk, rice, sesame, sunflower, walnut, angry carp, tuna.
Potassium
An important element involved in human metabolism. Participates in oxygen transport, as well as in the separation of unnecessary substances from the body
Vitamin B5
Participates in the growth and development of the central nervous system, the functions of the adrenal glands in the conversion of fat and sugar into energy. Necessary fort the immune system in the production of antibodies and in opposition to toxins. It is possible that the body alone can synthesize it.
Vitamin A
Vitamin A has many functions: it is important for growth and development, maintaining the immune system and good vision.
Iron
Iron is a vital ingredient. It builds hemoglobin and helps transport oxygen to cells and thus contributes to the formation of energy, vitality, growth and countering external bodies.
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