Nonsense Vitamins

Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Nonsense Vitamins
Vitamins that are not vitamins
Vitamins are nutrients that are essential for your body and help you stay healthy. There are officially thirteen different vitamins. But if you look on

packaging or on the Internet in a drugstore, there seems to be a lot more. This is partly because many substances falsely called vitamins. What is now called Introduction To Kyle Leon

a vitamin and what does not?
Vitamins, nonsense vitamins, vitamin B8, B12, biotin, vitamin P, flavor nodes, vitamin
Nutrition Centre defines vitamins as nutrients in small quantities in food and drink. They do not provide energy and are essential for the body. The body

does not produce vitamins to, with the exception of vitamin D .
Thirteen vitamins
Officially, there are thirteen substances that have the name vitamin. These are vitamins A, C, D, E, K and 8 types of vitamin B, namely: B1 (thiamine), B2

(riboflavin), B3 (niacin), B5 (pant ethnic acid), B6, B8 (biotin), folic acid ( B11) and B12. Any other substances that are referred to as vitamins, so are

not. How come they still vitamins is called?
Old names
Sometimes it is because the names of vitamins are outdated. Thus, there is nowadays spoken vitamin B8 when we talk about biotin, but this one was also

mentioned earlier. Vitamin H or vitamin Baw Biotin is necessary for energy to create free from food and plays a role in the formation of fatty acids. Vitamin

B8 keeps skin and hair healthy. Biotin is in products such as eggs, liver, milk, nuts and peanuts.