"VITAMINS part III"
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- involved in the metabolism of fats and cholesterol
- aids in brain cell nutrition and vital for hair growth
- good sources are found in unprocessed whole grains, citrus fruits, brewer's yeast, meats, milk and liver
- necessary for formation of prothrombin, which is required in blood clotting
- essential for normal liver function and aids the absorption of calcium in bone tissue
- good sources are found in kelp, alfalfa, green plants, leafy green vegetables, cows milk, yogurt, egg yolks, blackstrap molasses, polyunsaturated oils, fish liver oils
- part of B-Complex family
- aids in the utilization of proteins, fats and carbohydrates
- necessary for formation of blood cells (especially red cells)
- vital for hair pigmentation and healthy skin
- good sources are found in liver, yeast, wheat germ, molasses, kidney, whole grains, rice, bran, brewer’s yeast
VITAMIN P (bioflavonoids, rutin, hesperidin)
- part of the C-Complex family
- necessary for the proper function and absorption of Vitamin C
- helps the body to build resistance to germs and diseases
- good sources are found in buckwheat and fruits, such as lemons, grapes, plums, grapefruit and cherries
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