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Vitamins & Minerals, How Can it Benefit You?

Updated on January 27, 2016

Phytonutrient, Vitamins and Minerals

Vitamins and minerals combined with phytonutrient supplements can provide you with positive healthy effects. A small daily dose of vitamin E in combination with folic acid, magnesium and potassium with a touch of copper and selenium help substantiate your heart. Certain high quality vitamins increases its potential by adding phytonutrients from fruits and vegetables.

Consumption of calcium promote healthy bones. A mix of calcium, vitamin A and D enhances a vigorous skeletal structure. In order to keep strong healthy bones, vitamin D is needed. Vitamin D help the body absorb calcium.

Phytonutrients extracted from spinach in combination with vitamin A support healthy vision. Vitamin A, phytonutrients from grapes also promotes healthy skin. Vitamins with such benefits should be taken daily.

Phytonutrients from citrus fruits such as pineapples, oranges and lemons combined with selenium, vitamin A, C and zinc help keep your immune system ready for battle.

Vitamins that Support Cellular Health

Beneficial vitamins and supplements which contain vitamins C, E and B12 are essential for your cellular health. Extract from fruits and vegetables such as apple extract, grape extract, rosemary extract, blueberry extract asparagus and broccoli also play a good role in a person’s cellular health. Capillary strength and healthy connective tissue is also supported by vitamin C and citrus bioflavonoid dehydrate.

Taking a daily dose of vitamin B6, B1 and B2 support your energy and nerve functions. It also enhances hormones production and red blood cells. Where as B12, copper, calcium and manganese promotes a healthy nervous system.

Benefits of Biotin

To maintain healthy hair and nails, a weekly visit to your hair salon is not the only thing needed, you also need to feed it with biotin. Biotin is good to keep your hair and nails strong and healthy.

In conclusion, as you get older your body can require more nutritional need. Taking daily vitamins can keep your muscle strong and improve short-term memory. Not everyone is the same but we all have some type of deficiency and taking our vitamins can actually help aid our weakness.


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