Minerals and Vitamins

Introduction

Vitamin e is another fat soluble nutrient that functions as a beneficial antioxidant in the body by preventing the spread of free-radical reactions.[2]

There are approximately eight naturally occurring forms of vitamin E and only a-tocopherol is recognised to meet human needs.[1]

It is known to protect skin against harmful UV radiations and free radicals damage and hence it is an integral part of skin’s antioxidant defenses. [5]

Some studies indicate that vitamin e supplementation can help against skin wrinkling or photoprotection.[5]

Vitamins

Water Soluble Vitamins

Slide Cobalamin
B12
Folate
B9
Biotin
B7
Pyridoxine
B6
Panthotenic
Acid B5
Niacin
B3
Riboflavin
B12
Thiamin
B1
Vitamin C

Fat Soluble Vitamins

Slide Cobalamin
B12
Folate
B9
Biotin
B7
Pyridoxine
B6
Panthotenic
Acid B5
Niacin
B3
Riboflavin
B12
Thiamin
B1
Vitamin C

Minerals

Trace Minerals

Slide Cobalamin
B12
Folate
B9
Biotin
B7
Pyridoxine
B6
Panthotenic
Acid B5
Niacin
B3
Riboflavin
B12
Thiamin
B1
Vitamin C

Macro (Major) Minerals

Slide Chloride Sulfur Calcium Potassium Magnesium Phosphorus Sodium

Dissolvents

Water Soluble

Fat Soluble

Recommended Daily Intake

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