How do Vitamins Effect the Body?
There are 13 vitamins essential for bodily functions and optimum health: Vitamin A, C, D, E, K
and the B Vitamins (thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, pantothenic acid, biotin, vitamin B-6, vitamin 0-12,
and folate). When dieting make sure you still get all the essential vitamins and nutrients your body
needs. Vitamin A for healthy teeth, beautiful skin, strong bones, and tissue. Vitamin A also generates
the pigments in the retina, promoting better eye sight and vision while also aiding in blood clotting.
The B Vitamins help to make energy as well as red blood cells, which carry oxygen throughout the
body. Vitamin C, an antioxidant, keeps body tissues like muscles and gums in top shape and boosts
your immune system. Vitamin D promotes strong teeth and bones and aids in calcium absorption.
Vitamin D is made by the body after being exposed to UV light, making a moderate amount of sunlight
crucial to a healthy lifestyle. Vitamin E maintains body tissues, protects the lungs from pollution, and
is vital in the formation and maintenance of red blood cells.