Vitamins A, B, C, D, E are important for humans. Their insufficient content can lead to hypovitaminosis (insufficient amount of vitamin) and vitamin deficiency (complete absence).
Vitamin A ensures the normal functions and structure of the mucous membranes and epithelium, regulates the functions of the gonads and blood glucose. ...
Vitamin B includes a group of vitamins:
B1 affects growth and development, increases physical and mental performance, has analgesic, wound healing, antidepressant properties.
B2. Responsible for the condition of the skin, mucous membranes, visual functions, participates in metabolism and synthesizes hemoglobin.
B3. Promotes energy production, protein and fat synthesis.
B12 normalizes sleep and blood pressure, improves reproductive function, and also increases appetite.
Vitamin C is also known to everyone as ascorbic acid. Increases the body's resistance to diseases, restores the structure of cartilage and bone tissue.
Vitamin D acts not only as a vitamin, but also as a hormone. Regulates metabolic processes, reduces lead intoxication.
Vitamin E protects cells from destruction, prevents the formation of blood clots, participates in the synthesis of hormones, ensures the functioning of muscles and supports immunity.