Free and Best Vitamins Informatio Source - List of all the known Vitamins - Fat Soluble and Water soluble

   

Vitamins are organic molecules that function in a wide variety of capacities within the body. The most prominent function is as cofactors for enzymatic reactions.

The distinguishing feature of the vitamins is that they generally cannot be synthesized by mammalian cells and, therefore, must be supplied in the diet.

Water Soluble Vitamins

When you eat foods that have water-soluble vitamins, the vitamins don't get stored as much in your body. Instead, they travel through your bloodstream. And whatever your body doesn't use comes out when you urinate.

Fat Soluble Vitamins

Fat Soluble vitamins are stored in the fat tissues in your body and in your liver. They go and wait around in your body fat until your body needs them. Fat-soluble vitamins are happy to stay stored in your body for awhile - some stay for a few days, some for up to 6 months! Then, when it's time for them to be used, special carriers in your body take them to where they're needed.


 

Vitamins Prevents Excess Lead to RDA
Vitamin A Visual Impairment, Night blindness, Skin Problems Dry, Red cracking skin, Hair Loss, Brittle Nails, Dizziness and Nausea 700-900 micrograms
Vitamin D Rickets, Bone density loss, Osteoporosis Constipation, Apetite loss, Nausea, Vomiting, Inreased risk of kidney stones 15 micrograms
Vitamin E Neurological Damage, Shortened lifespan of RBC, Visual Impairment gastro-intestinal disturbances, Muscular weekness, Headaches 15 micrograms
Vitamin K Poor blood clotting with subsequent bleeding Flushing, Sweating 60 micrograms
Vitamin C Bleeding gums, Poor healing, skin lesions Diarrhoea, gastro-intestinal disturbances, increased risk of oxalate kidney stones 75 micrograms
Vitamin B1 Fatigue, Depression, Weight Loss Headaches, Convulsions, Muscular weekness, Irregular Heartbeat 1.0-1.1 micrograms
Vitamin B2 Fatigue, Lip cracking, Itchy eyes, Sore Tongue Harmless, Bright yellow color of Urine 1.0-1.1 micrograms
Vitamin B3 Dermatitis, Dementia, Apetite loss, Diarrhoea, Fatigue Flushing and itching skin, Liver damage 14 micrograms
Vitamin B5 Fatigue, Dry skin and Insomnia Diarrhoea 5-10 microgram
Vitamin B6 Fatigue, Mouth sores, Acne, Dermatitis Peripheral Neuropathy, Numbness of Feet 1.3-1.7 microgram
Vitamin B8 Alopecia, Weight loss, excess saliva None 100-200 microgram
Vitamin B9 Anemia, Stunted growth None 400 microgram
Vitamin B12 Memory Loss, Consusion, Dementia, Fatigue None 2.4 microgram
Biotin Seborrheic Dermatitis, Hair loss, apetite loss None 25-30 microgram

 

 

 








 

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