Vitamin A keeps skin and mucous membrane cells healthy, which boosts your immune system and helps prevent sickness. Healthier cells also make it harder for cancer to take root. Stroke victims with high levels of vitamin A also tend to suffer less side effects.
Vitamin B complex
Vitamin B1 (Thiamine)
Vitamin B1 is responsible for converting sugar into energy. In addition, it helps produce a chemical that would cause heart failure if lacked. Vitamin B1 also helps prevent the formation of cataracts and helps improve brain functioning and memory.
Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin)
Vitamin B2 helps your body break down calories, helps it produce red blood cells, and promotes healthy skin and good eyesight.
Vitamin B3 (Nicotinate)
Vitamin B3, works with the other B vitamins to help your body break down sugars, proteins and fats into energy. It helps with the functioning of enzymes and the digestive system. In addition, it cleans out toxins in the body and improves your blood circulation.
Vitamin B5 (Pantothenate)
Vitamin B5 assists with conditions such as asthma, hair loss,allergies, stress and anxiety, respiratory disorders and heart problems. In addition, it is related to the brain so mental states like depression are less likely to occur when enough is being taken in.
Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine)
Vitamin B6 keeps the enzymes in our body functioning. It is also a main part in the production of hemoglobin and immune system cells. It also helps break down carbohydrates. Finally, it aids in the regulation of estrogen.
Vitamin B12 (Cyanocobalamin)
This vitamin boosts your energy level and speeds up your metabolism. It helps with cell maintenance and DNA formation. Vitamin B12 also helps with problems such as sickle cell disorder and anemia.
Biotin helps break down carbohydrates and metabolize other nutrients. In addition, it helps maintain hair and nail health.
Choline works inside the cell membranes and also protects our fat from surrounding the liver. It is inside of milk and is needed in the early stages of life.
Folic acid helps metabolize certain amino acids, which thus improve heart health. Folic acid can also help fight depression and Alzheimers. Finally, it helps prevent diabetes and cancer.
Inositol has similar benefits, including helping with the metabolizing of nutrients.
PABA (Para-aminobenzoic acid)
PABA is an antioxidant that has anti-aging effects, especially protecting the skin. It is also a main component of sunscreen.
Vitamin C (Ascorbic)
As commonly known, Vitamin C helps the immune system fight diseases, as well helping against cardiovascular and eye diseases.
Vitamin D can have benefits, such as improving memory, preventing infections such as colds, and helping the heart. There are similar pros from vitamin D as from other vitamins.
Also improves heart, hair and nail health. Pure vitamin E oil can be used like sunscreen or on scars, acne and wrinkles to speed up cell regeneration.
Vitamin K is necessary for blood clotting as well as strong bones. In addition, vitamin K shares benefits with the other main vitamins.
Calcium is necessary for strong and healthy bones. Along with vitamin D, calcium may help prevent cancer and other common diseases.
Chromium helps monitor your blood sugar, aids with metabolism, reduces cravings for food, regulates fat and cholesterol and lessens the chance of hypertension.
Copper is anti-inflammatory and thus helps with symptoms of arthritis. It is part of a healthy diet and necessary for growth. Copper is also helps with the absorption of iron and sugar.
Iodine balances hormones which control emotional changes, in addition to providing common benefits of hair growth, mental acuity.
Iron is a main component for the creation of hemoglobin, which carries oxygen around the body. Iron itself also has this function. It is also found in myoglobin, a key part of the muscles.
Magnesium may reverse the effects of osteoperosis and prevent cardiovascular diseases, similar to other micronutrients. It also treats migraines, insomnia and depression.
Manganese is a mineral that provides benefits that are similar to magnesium.
Molybdenum, along with copper, controls iron absorption and utilization. It can also help prevent asthma by detoxifying certain chemical compounds.
Potassium reduces the chances of cramps and is a major electrolyte. Potassium is also used in the kidney to remove waste and boosts the nervous system.
Selenium is a mineral found in trace amounts in soil and necessary for good health. It can also be used to treat burns, increasing the regeneration of skin.
Zinc is a key factor in the production of anabolic hormones and HGH and is thus important for athletic performance. Zinc also supports fertility and a healthy reproductive life.
Taurine is well-known for being in energy drinks, but studies show that it actually his limited impact on energy increase. Studies also show it may combat heart disease, diabetes and high blood pressure.
Lysine is necessary for the absorption of calcium and produces a chemical which converts LDL-cholesterol into energy. Lysine also has anti-inflammatory and pain relief properties.
Proline aids in breaking down protein to make collagen. This means that proline is also important for healthy skin and tissue repair.
Arginine's most prominent use is in encouraging ferility and reproductive health. In addition, it provides benefits similar to the other amino acids:reduces blood pressure, increases HGH production and improves mental sharpness.
Carnitine taken in normal doses with Omega-3 fish oils can help burn fat. It also helps protect the muscles, indirectly leading to higher athletic ability. Finally, carnitine can enhance recovery speed.
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