Did you know that the asparagus family in VeggieTales are vitamins E and K? In this article, I will be talking about what vitamins are, and what makes them nutritional and beneficial for your health. I believe that since we are entering a new year, we should work on a new YOU!
Vitamin A helps create and maintain healthy teeth bones, soft tissues, and skin. As reported by the World Health Organization, vitamin A deficiency is the dominant cause of avoidable blindness in minors and boosts the risk of disease and death from harsh sickness. Vitamin A supports your body by giving vitamins to your heart, lungs, and other organs in order for them to work properly. Vitamin A is crucial for your health and well being.
Vitamin B6 assists in forming red blood cells and maintaining brain behavior. The National Institutes of Health have reported that it is uncommon to have a deficiency of vitamin B6 by itself. A deficiency has been associated with various conditions, including a weakened immune system and skin diseases that make your lips crack and make them dry and itchy. Vitamin B6 is as crucial as Vitamin D.
Vitamin C is a substance that promotes healthy teeth and gums and helps the body absorb necessary iron as well as maintain healthy tissue. Additionally, vitamin C plays a role in helping wounds heal. A deficiency of vitamin C impairs how bones work. From the words of Merck, children with impairment can cause bone lesions and contribute to poor bone growth. The more you brush your teeth, the healthier and stronger your teeth and gums will get.
The National Library of Medicine found out that only 10 to 15 minutes of sunlight, three times a day is enough to produce enough vitamin D for the body. Vitamin D is not in many foods, with an exception being citruses like orange juice. Vitamin D helps absorb calcium necessary for the development and maintenance of healthy teeth and bone structures.
In conclusion, all the vitamins, in their different ways, are crucial for your body. Each vitamin plays an important role for maintaining the body and keeping it healthy. We wouldn’t be able to survive for very long without a variety of vitamins.