A, B, C, D, E Fuel You
Updated: Mar 10
You’ve heard of these vitamins, but do you know the health benefits of each one? All letter vitamins provide support for various parts of your body that are essential to living a healthy life!
This vitamin plays a large role in the health and support of your eyes and vision, but it also has other benefits that you may not know of. Vitamin A contributes to gene expression, immune response, and the maintenance of certain body tissue lining. It also assists bone and teeth formation as well as skin cell renewal by promoting a healthy skin appearance.
There are more than just one of these vitamins, in fact there are 8 of them: thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, folate, B6, B12, biotin, and pantothenic acid. Each of these B Vitamins have their own special function but they work together to help turn carbohydrates, protein, and fat into energy! Our Vitamin B Complex is a great source to get all the energy you need to fuel your day.
Also known as ascorbic acid, this is responsible for a variety of functions but is best known as a protective antioxidant. It is also important to the formation of collagen. With our Vitamin C supplement, your immune system will thank you!
The “Sunshine Vitamin” – essential to bone health as well as cellular health! This vitamin also helps maintain blood calcium by enhancing the small intestines absorption levels. While Vitamin D is not found in most foods and can sometime be difficult to absorb through the skin if you are not outside much, taking a Vitamin D supplement can help your body maintain efficient levels it needs to perform. Try our Vitamin D3 supplement to strengthen your bones and promote a healthy immune response.
Not only do red blood cells rely on this vitamin in order to function properly, but the nervous system also needs it to maintain its health. Many parts of the body require the support of Vitamin E to function, such as the heart, lungs, prostate, and digestive tract. Our Vitamin E with Mixed Tocopherol is a combination of various E Vitamins that help with decreasing clogged arteries and strengthening your immune system.
We’ve all had a cut at some point, but did you know that Vitamin K is the blood-clotting superhero? This vitamin is crucial in the formation of blood clots. It is also responsible for the production of certain bone proteins which helps support bone building.
Now that you have a little more knowledge on each of these key letter vitamins, you might understand why you are low on energy (B Vitamins) or why that papercut just won’t stop bleeding (Vitamin K).