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Vitamins are essential micronutrients that the body needs in small amounts to develop and function properly. Not all nutrients can be synthesized in the body naturally, and that is why it is necessary to consume them through your diet
If you are becoming aware of your health recently, it is important that you know which are the essential vitamins that cannot be missing from your diet.
- Magnesium: This important mineral has several functions, including helping the function of muscles and nerves and regulating blood pressure. You can find magnesium in pumpkin seeds, roasted almonds, cashews or peanuts, and boiled spinach.
- Iron: The main function of iron is to carry oxygen through the blood from the lungs to the rest of the body. The best sources of iron are beans and lentils, in addition to dark leafy vegetables.
- Calcium: Despite having other functions, calcium is popular for its role in building and maintaining healthy bones. In addition to dairy, like milk and cheese, you can find calcium in leafy green vegetables like cabbage and spinach.
- Vitamin C: This essential nutrient is responsible for tissue repair and the production of certain neurotransmitters. Although the most popular sources of vitamin C are citrus fruits, it is also found in high content in onions, red and green peppers, and kiwis.
- Vitamin B12: This vitamin has the function of the production of red blood cells, and you can find it in clams, beef liver, fish, red and white meat, eggs, milk, and other dairy products.
- Omega 3: Omega 3 fatty acids are intended to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease and promote healthy skin. It is mainly found in fish and other seafood, such as shrimp and oysters.
- Vitamin D: Vitamin D is very important for bone health, as it helps the bones absorb calcium. Although there are few foods that naturally contain vitamin D, you can find it in fatty fish, beef liver, and some mushrooms, as well as cereals and milk that can be artificially fortified with vitamin D. The skin produces vitamin D naturally when exposed to it. sunlight.
- Co-Q10: This enzyme occurs naturally in the body, and acts as an antioxidant. You can find it in bovine organs, such as liver and kidney, meats, fatty fish, and some vegetables such as spinach, broccoli and cauliflower.
- Vitamin A: Vitamin A is essential for cell growth, immune functions, fetal development, and vision.
To consume all these vitamins and minerals, it is important to eat a very varied diet, but even so, it can be difficult to consume the recommended amount of each of these nutrients daily. You can supplement your diet by taking Super High Potency daily.
If you are looking for an option that gives you extra energy and does not contain iron, you can take Rigoton.
We hope this information helps you plan a diet that meets all your needs.
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