Vitamins are substances that, introduced into the body in small amounts, play an important role in maintaining health, growth, defense against infections and nutrition.
The lack of them can cause numerous diseases such as anemia. The scurvy and the raknitist?
It stimulates the appetite, helps the growth and gives strength and resistance to the organism.
Natural sources: pineapple, guava, orange, onion, mango, alfalfa, oats, banana, carrot, cabbage, cod liver, cucumber eggs, and tomato.
Vitamin B 1
It fights nervous problems and diseases such as arthritis, gout, rheumatism, and paralysis.
Natural sources: pineapple, plum, almonds, oats, potatoes, carrots, figs, oranges, lentils, nuts, radishes, tomatoes and brewer’s yeast.
Vitamin B 2
Useful in development problems and skin alterations of mucous membranes, nails, hair, corneas, in stomach diseases. Helps with brain oxygenation.
Natural sources: chard, alfalfa, almonds, onion, spinach, carrot, figs, milk, lemon, eggs, tomato pepper, and grape.
Vitamin B 3 (PP factor)
It’s one of the most important ones in complex B. Indicated for gastric and intestinal conditions, mental disorders, atrophic paralysis and nervous disorders.
Natural sources: almond, potato, beef, cabbage, spinach, milk, apple, cucumber, pepper, tomato.
Vitamin B 6
Helps in the production of antibodies and red blood cells. It is diuretic, it fights cramps and numbness of feet and hands.
Natural sources: meats in general, wheat germ, honey, eggs, milk, and brewer’s yeast.
Vitamin B 12
It is essential for combating anemia and for the development and action of red blood cells. It stimulates the appetite.
Natural sources: milk, eggs, cheese, brewer’s yeast, meat in general, oats and beet.
Increases the body’s defense against infections. Their lack can cause digestive, muscular, bone, weakness and frequent bleeding.
Natural sources: chard, potato, onion, carrot, spinach, guava, orange, acerola, kiwi, walnuts, lemon, pear, pepper, radish.
It is necessary for maintaining blood levels, in the development and maintenance of bones, fixes calcium and phosphorus. Important for children, pregnant women, and nursing mothers.
Natural sources: cod liver oil, big fish, eggs, milk, butter, cheese.
Maintains the activity and proper functioning of the sexual glands.
Natural sources: broccoli, spinach, wheat germ, soybeans, fresh vegetables, citrus fruits, bananas, and nuts.
It enters the bloodstream, is distributed throughout the body. Its function is to keep the blood clotting active.
Natural sources: algae, eggs, soybeans, cod liver oil, legumes, cereals and vegetables in general.