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Vitamins-What are they for?
Some of the most common Vita/Minerals



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Vitamin A (or beta-carotene):   for normal and night vision.

Vitamin B1:                               for carbohydrate metabolism and energy production.

Vitamin B2:                               for energy production; may also help with migraines.

Vitamin B3:   for energy production; high doses may be helpful in treating mental illnesses and lowering cholesterol.

Vitamin B6:   for making serotonin and other neurotransmitters.

Vitamin B12:   for Nerve energy and protecting genes against damage.

Vitamin C:   for immunity; high doses may reduce fatigue and improve mood.

Vitamin D:   For utilizing calcium; important for immunity and reducing cancer risk.

Vitamin E:   for reducing risk of coronary heart disease and some neurological disorders.

Vitamin K:   for normal blood coagulation, bone formation and glucose tolerance. (Find a multiple without this if you take warfarin)

Folic Acid:   for reducing risk of heart disease, stroke and cancer.

Pantothenic Acid:   for making adrenal hormones, which help us deal with stress.

Biotin:   for regulating blood sugar levels.

Choline:   for normal brain development and function.

Inositol:   for mental health; high doses may help relieve depression and anxiety.


Calcium:   for making bone; best used in conjunction with magnesium and vitamins D and K.

Chromium:   for normal regulation of insulin and blood sugar.

Copper:   for normal immunity and blood-vessel repair.

Iodine:   for making thyroid hormones, which regulate metabolism.

Manganese:   for normal blood sugar and connective tissue health

Magnesium:   for bone and heart rhythm regulation.

Phosphorus:   for normal bone formation- but deficiencies are rare.

Potassium:   for maintaining normal electrolyte balance; may offset large amounts of dietary sodium.

Selenium:   for making some of the body's own antioxidants; can reduce cancer risk.

Zinc:   for immunity; healthy skin and eyes