The function of vitamin and minerals

Vitamin A

  • Vitamin A form and maintain healthy teeth, mucous membranes and skin
  • Vitamin A produces pigments in the retina of the eye.
  • Retinol is an active form of Vitamin A
  • Retinol is found in some fortified foods, animal liver, whole milk
  • Vitamin A promotes good vision.
  • Vitamin A also needed for breastfeeding and reproduction

Vitamin B

  • Vitamin B has a direct impact on cell metabolism, brain function and on your energy levels.
  • Vitamin B has a great role in maintaining good health.
  • Vitamin B helps promote or support healthy brain function, good digestion, growth of red blood cells, energy levels, proper nerve function, hormones and cholesterol production, muscle tone, cardiovascular health, etc.
  • Vitamin B is very important for women who are pregnant and breastfeeding.
  • Vitamin B lower the risk of developing preeclampsia.
  • Vitamin B found in the food products such as beans, such as black beans, kidney beans, and chickpeas, milk, eggs, cheese, liver and kidney, fruits, such as citrus, banana, and watermelon, etc.

Vitamin C

  • Vitamin C is one of the safest and most effective nutrients.
  • Vitamin C protects against immune system deficiencies, eye disease, skin wrinkling, cardiovascular disease, and prenatal health problems.
  • Vitamin C is needed for growth and repair of tissues in all parts of the body.
  • Vitamin C is used to form an important protein used to make blood vessels, ligaments, tendons, make skin.
  • It repairs and maintains bones, teeth, and cartilage.

Vitamin E

  • Vitamin E is vital to a functioning immune system.
  • It protects cells from damage and it lower a variety of health problems even dementia.
  • vitamin E also protect eyesight.