Every cell in the body relies on a sufficient supply of vitamins to do its job. Vitamins perform many functions. They promote, blood formation and healthy skin, hair and vision wellness, they help to maintain nerves and muscles and they aid in the release of energy from foods. Recent research suggests that some vitamins can even help prevent certain disorders, such as cancer, cataracts, arthritis and heart disease. While most of you vitamins should come from your foods a vitamin supplement is never a bad thing. They can aid you with what you aren't getting out of your everyday eating habits. Cigarettes, coffee, alcohol and birth control pills all rob the body of essential vitamins. The first signs of a Vitamin Deficiency are fatigue, irritability and anxiety. Over time the immune system will weaken.
What you can do: While there is no substitute for a healthy diet of fruits, vegetables, grain and legumes. You can supplement your diet with the proper intake of vitamins.
To make things simple a good multivitamin is usually a good way to go, however if you are deficient in certain areas your doctor can recommend other supplements to take on top of your multivitamins.
Vitamin A promotes Healthy skin;heart----you can get this by eating 1 med carrot per day
Vit D : Bone formation-3 1/2 ox avocado
Vit E : Cell protection-1 tbsp wheat germ oil
Vit K : Blood coagulation-1/2 cup parsley
Vit B6: Strengthens nerves-2 large bananas
Vit B12: for red blood cells-3 1/2 oz of salmon
Vit C : for immune system, wound healing, cell protection-2 cups fresh raspberries
Folic Acid: for cell formation, fights heart disease, birth defects-2 cups asparagus
Niacin: for energy metabolism-5 oz chicken breast
Pantothenic Acid: for the central nervous system-10 cups skim milk
Riboflavin-fights fatigue-3 cups nonfat yogurt
Thiamin: Strengthens muscles, heart, nerves-5 oz. pork loin
There are many supplements out there that can aid you with vitamin intake, but please eat right that is your best and strongest fight to a healthy life. Don't forget to exercise!
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