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Thiamine (Vitamin B1)

Thiamine is one of the coenzymes which play a vital role in the energy-production process.  Its major function is the carbohydrate metabolism. When you don’t have enough quantities of Thiamine in your body, acids accumulate in the blood, muscles and brain with damaging effects. The cardiovascular, nervous and gastrointestinal systems are also impaired. The classic […]

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Vitamin A

Vitamin A is important for a lot more than whether our eyes adjust to the darkness or not. It plays a crucial role in protecting at least three of our senses; it is absolutely necessary if we´re to fight off infections; and it promises to be of great benefit in battling skin problems, abnormally heavy […]

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Vitamin E

Vitamin E does have a role in the health of the reproductive system.  Doctors Herbert Evan and Katherine Bishop did a study on rat who were maintain on a diet free of vitamin E: “They grew normally and were apparently very healthy” except, as the researchers wrote: “practically all of such animals are sterile.” Vitamin […]

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Vitamin D

Vitamin D is just as important to adults as it is to children, it is a unique vitamin for two reasons: it´s synthesized by the body when the skin is exposed to sufficient sunlight; and because it´s involved in regulating the function of specific organs. Vitamin D is scarce in nature but you can find […]

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Vitamin C

It has a vital part in cellular respiration and that is why it has been used in avoiding a range of diseases such as: the common cold, lung infections, fatigue, heat and cold stress among others. By far the most well-known role of vitamin C is its essentiality in formation of collagen and other fibrous […]