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Vitamins



Vegetables: important source of vitamins

TABLE OF MAIN VITAMINS


Vitamins
SourcesDiseases caused by deficiency (avitaminosis)Functions in the body
THEpoultry and animal liver, carrots, broccoli, escarole.vision problems, dry skin, decreased red blood cells, kidney stone formation.Vitamin A fights free radicals, acts on the formation of bones, skin, retinal functions.
Dfish oil, liver, egg yolkrickets and osteoporosis.regulation of blood and bone calcium.
ANDfresh vegetables, olive oil and other oils of vegetable origin.visual difficulties and neurological changes.antioxidant function in the body by fighting free radicals
Kliver and vegetablesbleeding, deficiency in blood clotting.acts on blood clotting, prevents osteoporosis.
B1cereals, meat, vegetables, brewer's yeastberiberiIt acts on the energy metabolism of sugars.
B2milks, meat, vegetablesinflammation of the tongue, anemia, seborrhea.acts on enzyme metabolism, protection in the nervous system.
B5liver, mushrooms, corn, avocado, eggs, milk, vegetablesfatigue, muscle cramps, insomnia.metabolism of proteins, fats and sugars.
B6meat, fruits, vegetables and cerealsseborrhea, anemia, growth disorders.growth, cell protection, fat and protein metabolism, hormone production.
B12liver meatpernicious anemia.red blood cell formation and cell multiplication.
Worange, lemon, pineapple, kiwi, acerola, strawberry, broccoli, melon, mangoscurvy.Vitamin C acts to strengthen the immune system, fight free radicals and increase the absorption of iron in the gut.
Hwalnut, almond, chestnut, brewer's yeast, milk, egg yolk, brown riceeczema, exhaustion, muscle aches, dermatitis, alopecia.fat, protein and carbohydrate metabolism.
M or B9mushrooms, green vegetablesmegaloblastic anemia, neural tube diseases.amino acid metabolism, formation of red blood cells and nerve tissues.
PP or B3pea, peanut, fava bean, fish, beans, liverinsomnia, headache, dermatitis, diarrhea, depression.Skin maintenance, liver protection, regulates the cholesterol level in the blood.