Introduction To Potassium !

Potassium is the most vital mineral that is found in the human body. It is included in the most important seven macrominerals. These macrominerals are essential for the human body for good health and energy. A human body actually needs at least 100 milligrams of potassium daily to maintain the performance of the body. It is the vital material for

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About Vitamin H !

Vitamin H is also called called Biotin.Vitamin H is the rare used name of biotin.Vitamin H  is very essential component of the body.Vitamin H is water soluble vitamin or coenzyme R is a water soluble B-vitamin.Vitamin H is involved in the production of energy.Availabilty in supplement form and found naturally in a number of foods.Vitamin H is essential for the

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What Is Vitamin E ?

Vitamin E is the collective name of a group  of closely related lipids called tocopherols. It is fat soluble vitamin.Primary function of vitamin E  is an antioxidant in prevention of the nonenzymic oxidation of cell components. Sources :Vegetable oils like, cotton seed oil, corn oil,sunflower oil ,wheat germ oil margarine are the richest source of vitamin E. It is found

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About Vitamin K !

The name vitamin K has been derived from the Danish word “Koagulation”. Coagulation process has an important role in blood clotting.Fat soluble vitamin plays an important role in the growth of cell and in the bone metabolism and other tissues. Source of vitamin K:Good source of vitamin K includes parsely,lettuce,spinach, brussels spout,Swiss chard, cabbage,green beans, asparagus, broccoli, mustard greens,turnip,dairy products

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About Vitamin D !

Vitamin D: It is a steroid vitamin, a group of fat soluble prohormones , which encourages the absorption and metabolism of calcium and phosphorus. Normally thepeople who have exposure to the  normal amounts of sunlight usually do not require vitamin D supplements because sunlight promotes sufficient and adequate (hence its nick name the sunshine vitamin”) they are unique as theyconstitute

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About Folic Acid !

Folic acid (pteroylglutamic acid) vitamin B9: Sources:Folic acid is found abundantly in nearly all natural foods which include fresh or fresh frozen , uncooked vegetables and fruits. Good sources are green leafy vegetable and yeast. Grain also contains this vitamin . Sufficient amounts may also be obtained through bacterial synthesis in the intestine or the rumen. Chemistry: Folacin or folic

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What is Vitamin C  ?

Vitamin C is water soluble vitamin and also known as L-ascorbic acid  which is naturally found in about every food we consume in daily basis. Some have less value of vitamin c and others have more value like guava etc… Vitamin C is important in your body to form tissue and repair cells and is used to make a protein

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What is Vitamin B complex ?

What is Vitamin B complex ? It’s composed of eight different vitamins listed below B-1 also know as thiamine B-2 also know as riboflavin B-3  also know as niacin B-5 also know as pantothenic acid B-6 also know as pyridoxine B-7  also know as biotin B-9 also know as folic acid B-12 also know as cobalamin Each and every vitamin

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Vitamin A

Vitamin A is basic nutrient which body needs sufficient amount to regulate daily activity and make human fit for doing daily task. Vitamin is essential for skin, bones and mental health as well as overall health. it is work as antioxidant and fighting cell damage and useful for other body tissues. it’s other vital role in our body included supporting

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water or H2O !

Water is a molecule made up of 2 hydrogen atoms and 1 oxygen atom. It’s chemical formula is H2O. it is naturally found in liquid state. rivers ocean and lakes are made up of water. it has covered almost 71% of the earth. Pure water has no color,taste or smell. if water gets very cold (below 0 degree Celsius), it

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