The function of vitamin and minerals
- 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 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 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 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.