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vitamins

1. A group of substances that are essential in small amounts in the diet.
2. Essential nutrients needed in tiny amounts to prevent deficiency diseases.
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Vitamins and minerals make our bodies work properly.
By Ruba Shawwa Vitamins are organic molecules in food that are needed in small amounts for growth, reproduction and maintenance of good health.
High doses of B vitamins didn't lower the risk of heart disease in high-risk patients in two new studies.
Perhaps the fat-soluble vitamins A, D, E, and K act as a group in this way.
Multivitamin users took smaller quantities of vitamins E and C, and B vitamins users took supplements containing a complex of multi-B vitamins.
Two years ago, the Journal of the American Medical Association came out in favor of taking a daily multivitamin: ``Most people do not consume an optimal amount of all vitamins by diet alone,'' wrote Dr.
All-natural juices that are sold commercially are a good bet for obtaining vitamins and other important nutrients.
It was when Price analyzed the fat-soluble vitamins that he got a real surprise.
Second, vitamin D supplements, at least in the United States, generally come bound to other vitamins or minerals, such as calcium.
In a major review and analysis of three and a half decades of research on vitamins and chronic disease, the authors recommend that everyone, regardless of health status, diet or age, should take a daily multivitamin.
Propel is a lightly flavored water, fortified with 25% niacin (B3), panothenic acid (B5), vitamins B6, B12, and 100% of the daily recommended closes of vitamins C and E.