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Sources of Vitamins and What They Do in Our Bodies


Vitamin A originates from milk, eggs, liver, oranges, dark green vegetables, peaches, and mangoes. It is employed in the body for precluding eye difficulties, stimulates a healthy immune system, and maintains the health of the skin.

Vitamin C is mainly found in red berries, kiwi, pepper, tomatoes, broccoli, spinach, grape fruit, and oranges. It assists the body in the formation of collagen, treatment of flaws, adequately operating of the brain, and improvements of strong bones, teeth, gum, and blood vessels.

Vitamin D is sourced from sun, eggs, fish, and milk. It strengthens bones by facilitating the body to assimilate calcium.

Vitamin E. It is sourced from vegetable oil, nuts, green leafy vegetables, avocado, wheat germ, and whole grains. It is manipulated to safeguard one against the trauma of cells, and assistance in building red blood cells 

Vitamin B12. It is found in fish, red meat, poultry, milk, cheese, and eggs. It is crucial in the body for the functioning of nerve cells and assists in the building of red blood cells.

Vitamin B6. It is found in potatoes, bananas, beans, seeds, nuts, meat, fish, eggs, and spinach. Its purpose in the body is to help in breaking down proteins and aiding in the functioning of the brain.

Thiamin (Vitamin B1). It aims in assisting the body to generate energy from carbohydrates and assisting in the functioning of the heart muscle and nervous system.  Its origins are bread, cereals, beans, soy, yeast, whole grain, pasta, meat, and fish.

Niacin (Vitamin B3). It is used in the conversion of food into energy for the body, sustain healthy skin, and aiding in never functioning. It is found in red meat, poultry, fish, and peanut.

Riboflavin (Vitamin B2). It is found in meat, eggs, peas, lentils, nuts, and dairy products. It is utilized in the body for turning carbohydrates into energy, formation of red blood cells, and assist one to see better 

Folate (Vitamin BFV). It assists the body in the formation of red blood cells and the making of DNA. It is found in liver, beans, legumes, green leafy vegetables, asparagus, and orange juice 

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