Vitamin A -
Vitamin A is an essential nutrient that cannot be created by the human body itself. This means that vitamin A needs to be consumed from food or dietary supplements.
It is required for various functions in the body including maintaining a healthy metabolism and supporting proper growth and development.
Vitamin K -
An important factor in blood clotting, Vitamin K is composed of a group of related elements that join together to form certain proteins in the liver – blood clotting factors.
Vitamin H - Vitamin H is more commonly known as biotin or coenzyme R. It actually belongs to the group of B complex vitamins and is also sometimes called vitamin B7.
Biotin can be found in various foods, however, usually in very small amounts.
Vitamin D - Vitamin D is unique compared to other vitamins. It is the only vitamin that can be synthesized by the human body, although adequate exposure to sun is needed for this to happen.
Vitamin C - Vitamin C is probably the most well-known of them all due to its antioxidant properties. Also known as ascorbate and ascorbic acid, Vitamin C has many vital roles in the human body.
Vitamin B12 - Vitamin B12 is an essential micronutrient that contains cobalt in its structure, hence its other name – cobalamin. The human body is able to transform the vitamin between its various forms; however it can only be synthesized biologically by some simple bacteria and algae.
Vitamin B3 - Vitamin B3 is another one of the essential nutrients needed by the human body to function properly. It is also known as niacin, nicotinic acid and vitamin PP.
Along with its role in food conversion into energy it is also vital for maintaining healthy eyes, skin hair, liver and nervous system.
Vitamin B2 - Vitamin B2 is also known as riboflavin. It is a micronutrient required by many cellular processes and an essential component of all flavoproteins.
Good sources of vitamin B2 are leafy green vegetables, tomatoes, mushrooms, beans, whole grains, wild rice, almonds, milk, cheese, yeast, fish, animal liver and kidneys.
Vitamin B1 - B1, also known as thiamine, belongs to a group of eight B vitamins. Together all these vitamins form a B complex. In early days it was thought that there is only one B vitamin, but since then research has proven that 8 chemically distinguishable forms of the vitamin exist and each of them has a different important role in the human body.
Vitamin PP (Niacin) - Niacin, also known as vitamin B3 or vitamin PP, is an essential nutrient. It is found in a wide variety of foods, including avocadoes, broccoli, whole grains, and most animal products.