The Function of Vitamins & Minerals in Our Body
Vitamin A – Good for skin, eyes and teeth.
Vitamin B – Great for immune function, absorption of iron and production of electricity.
Vitamin C – Ideal for blood vessel strengthening, skin elasticity, antioxidant activity, and iron absorption;
Vitamin D – Ideal for good, strong bones.
Vitamin E – Good protection against free radicals and increases the circulation of the blood.
Vitamin K – Ideal for coagulation in the blood.
Folic acid – Ideal for cell regeneration and prevention of pregnancy birth defects.
Calcium – Ideal for healthy bones and teeth.
Iron – Naturally develops muscle and preserves healthy blood.
Zinc – Ideal for fertility, development and immunity.
Chromium – Excellent for working with glucose and continuous energy.
Travel back, and complete the loop.
B-1: Bacon, soy milk, acorn squash, watermelon.
B-2: Milk, yoghurt, cheese, whole grains and enriched cereals.
B-3: Meat, poultry, fish, whole and fortified cereals, mushrooms, potatoes.
B-5: Rice, whole wheat, broccoli, mushrooms and avocados.
B-6: Beef, fish, poultry, legumes, tofu, bananas, and other soy products.
B-7: Total wheat, eggs, soybeans and fish.
B-9: Asparagus, lettuce, broccoli, legumes (black- peas and chickpeas), orange juice, fortified grains and cereals.
B-12: Food, poultry, fish, milk, cheese, fortified cereals and soy milk.
Vitamin C: Fruits of oranges, onions, broccoli, bell peppers, spinach, peas, tomatoes, sprouts in Brussels.
Vitamin A : Beef, liver, eggs, shrimp, fish, milk fortified, sweet potatoes, cabbage, pumpkins, spinach and mangoes.
Vitamin D: Milk and cereals fortified, and fatty fish.
Vitamin E: Edible fats, organic leafy greens, whole grains, nuts.
Vitamin K: Cod, bacon, milk, spinach, broccoli, and kale.
Calcium: Yogurt, cheese, milk, salmon, green vegetables with leaves.
Chloride: With salt.
Magnesium: Spinach, broccoli, legumes, nuts, bread with whole wheat.
Potassium: Meat, milk, nuts, legumes, beans, grains.
Sodium: Vegetables, salt, soy sauce.
Chromium: Meat, poultry, fish, cheese, nuts.
Copper: Shellfish, nuts, peas, stocks of whole grain, beans, prunes …
Fluoride: Peaches, teas.
Iodine: Salt idylic, fish.
Iron: Red meat, poultry, fish, nuts, green vegetables, the bread which is fortified.
Manganese: Legumes, nuts, whole grains, tea.
Selenium: Fish, organ products, walnuts.
Zinc: Beef, fish, legumes, whole grains.
These are some Function of Vitamins & Minerals In Our Body
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