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Vitamins


♦ Vitamin A – For vision, bone growth, reproduction, cell division and cell differentiation. An antioxidant, vitamin A also helps maintain the integrity of mucous membranes and skin, and strengthens the immune system.

♦ Vitamin B1 (Thiamine) – Enhances circulation, helps with blood formation and is required for a healthy nervous system. Great for the brain, thiamine can improve memory and learning, and is required in children for growth. Thiamine is also believed to help with arthritis, cataracts, and infertility.

♦ Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) – Improves metabolism (needed to synthesize proteins, carbohydrates and fats), helps activate vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine) and Folic Acid, another B vitamin. Important for growth and red blood cell production.

♦ Vitamin B3 (Niacin) – Balances the metabolism, reduces "bad" cholesterol (LDL cholesterol) and increases "good" cholesterol (HDL).

♦ Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid) – Used to break down carbohydrates, proteins and fats and is beneficial to the maintenance of healthy skin, nerves and muscles.

♦ Vitamin B6 – Assists with the formation and health of red blood cells and blood vessels, nerve function, gums and teeth. Aids the metabolism of amino acids found in protein, depression and PMS.

♦ Vitamin B12 – Necessary for the rapid synthesis of DNA in cell division (this is important in the creation of bone marrow), the formation of red blood cells, a healthy nervous system, and aids in the prevention of anemia.

♦ Acetylcholine – Used as a neurotransmitter and is important to the stimulation of muscle tissue.

♦ Ecanoic acid – Aids the immune system by supporting the production of antibodies.

♦ Gamma Globulin – Boosts the immune system, and helps the immune system create antibodies. Sometimes Gamma Globulin is injected directly into patients who have been exposed to certain diseases for a quick immune system boost.

♦ Vitamin C – A powerful antioxidant, known to be beneficial to nearly every organ in the human body, is critical to the immune system, and is said to be toxic to some malignant cancer cells.

♦ Vitamin D – Contributes to a healthy skeleton by strengthening bones.

♦ Vitamin E – Another powerful antioxidant known for its ability to assist the body in ridding itself of free-radicals.

♦ Vitamin K – Critical to proper control of blood clotting supports proper bone formation and repair, also may help prevent or minimize osteoporosis.
 
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