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Know More about Vitamin Types

Of the significant vitamins, some are fat-dissolvable while others are water-solvent. Water-solvent vitamins must be taken into the body every day, as they can’t be put away and are flushed out inside one to four days. These incorporate C vitamins and the B-complex vitamins. Fat-solvent vitamins can be put away for longer timeframes in the body’s greasy tissue and the liver. These incorporate vitamins A, D, E, and K. The body for legitimate working needs both sorts of vitamins.

VITAMIN A-(Carotene, provitamin A, retinol)- Fat-dissolvable

Wellbeing of the tissues which make up a defensive covering on the outside and within the body, which means the skin and the mucous films which line the stomach related, respiratory and disposing of frameworks. It is subsequently basic for sound skin and solid organs that are secured by the mucous films, which act to anticipate disease of these organs. Additionally fundamental in giving eyes the capacity to adjust to splendid and diminish light. For developing kids, vitamin An is required for appropriate arrangement of tooth finish, bones, and other development forms.

VITAMIN B1-(Thiamine)-Water-soluble

Releasing energy from carbohydrates (sugars and starches), proteins, and fats. Keeps the brain and nervous system functioning normally. Helps maintain stamina and endurance of body and mind. Helps to keep digestive tract functioning and also to maintain a healthy appetite.

VITAMIN B2-(Thiamine)-Water-soluble

Utilization of food energy, protein, fats, along with other B vitamins. Carries hydrogen through the system and helps the body use oxygen to get energy from food. Important for healthy skin tissue and eyes.

VITAMIN B3-(Niacin)-Water-soluble

Utilization of carbohydrates, protein, and fat, along with other B vitamins. Keeps nervous tissues, skin tissues, and digestive tract healthy.

VITAMIN B6-(Pyridoxine)-Water-soluble

Metabolism of proteins, so the amount of B6 required by the body depends a lot on the amount of protein consumed. Vitamin B6 is also needed for the absorption for amino acids and the transportation of them to different parts of the body. Plays an important role in releasing energy to the cells in the body; therefore has a direct and important role in the production of red blood cells and the proper functioning of nervous tissue.

VITAMIN B12-(Cobalamin)-Water-Soluble

Formation and functioning of all body cells, because it is needed for the metabolism of all the major nutrients, proteins, fats, and carbohydrates, and also for the metabolism of nucleic acids. Especially important for red blood cell formation in the prevention of pernicious anemia.

VITAMIN C-(Ascorbic acid)-Water-soluble

Formation of collagen in connective tissues, which cements body’s cells together and helps in the repair and healing processes; metabolism of proteins and many amino acids; proper functioning of adrenal glands; important for absorption of iron from the intestine and storage of it in the liver. Also helpful in combating infections since vitamin C in the tissues is depleted when infections occur.



Enabling the intestines to absorb calcium and phosphorus into the system; therefore vitamin D is connected with good bone and cartilage formation. Because young children’s bones are growing so quickly, vitamin D is especially necessary in preventing rickets, a disease in which the bones become soft due to their inability to absorb the calcium and phosphorus.

VITAMIN E-(Alpha-, beta-, gamma-, delta-tocopherol)-(Fat-soluble)

Preventing oxidation and consequent destruction of vitamin A and red blood cell membranes, and keeps the polyunsaturated fats in the body from going rancid and decomposing. Most research and speculation has gone on about vitamin E but its function in the body is still not clear, although the vitamin has had much PR in false claims given to it.

VITAMIN K-Fat-soluble

Normal clotting of blood.

The following four vitamins are part of the B. vitamin group:


Work involved in the metabolism of fat and protein; also required for releasing energy from glucose sugar and for the synthesis of certain amino and other acids.


Transport and metabolism of fats in the body.

FOLACIN-(Folic Acid)-Water-soluble

Blood cell formation; the metabolism of proteins and nucleic acids (substances formed by each cell for transfer of hereditary characteristics from one generation of cells to another as the body grows).


Metabolism of carbohydrates, as well as fats and proteins; involved in the synthesis of cholesterol, steroid hormones and hemoglobin, which is the iron-containing substance in the red blood cells. Found in every cell of living tissues.