How Much Vitamin D, E, K, and B17 Do We Need

Vitamins are the nutrients we get from the food we eat. They are essential nutrients needed by our body to remain healthy. Except for Vitamin D, our body cannot produce vitamins so it is necessary to eat vitamin-rich food. Most of the vitamins come from fresh fruits, vegetables, eggs, nuts, and fish.

Vitamins are of two types.
Fat-soluble vitamins
Water-Soluble vitamins

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Fat-soluble vitamins are the type of vitamins that mix up with our body fat and they can be stored until our body needs them. Storage of Fat-soluble usually occurs in liver and fat tissues. Overconsumption of fat-soluble vitamins can lead to toxicity overconsumption from food occur rarely it usually occurs from supplementation. Fat-soluble includes vitamin A, E, D and K.


While Water-Soluble vitamins mix, up with the blood and flow through our whole body. Therefore, our body absorbs required vitamins and the leftover unnecessary vitamins are removed from the body through the urine. Water-soluble vitamins include vitamin B and C especially. Water-soluble cannot be stored in the body, except for B6 and B12. They are needed consistent intake to avoid their deficiency they are also necessary for enzymes involved in metabolism.


Vitamins can be best acquired through nutrient-dense foods; whole food-based vitamins may be the best option. The most essential vitamins needed by our body or K, D, E, A, C and group of the vitamins B complex. Vitamin A is required to make pigment cells called Rhodopsin in our eyes. Vitamin C and A are antioxidants they neutralize the free radicals, preventing body cells damage.
Vitamin D enables our body absorbs calcium to build strong bones. Its deficiency may weaken your bones. It also helps blood clot in case of injury thus preventing excessive bleeding.

B complex vitamins are important for proper healthy functioning of mind and body.

Benefits and Sources of Vitamin D
The Human body produces Vitamin D when it exposes to direct sunlight. Besides sunlight, people can intake vitamin D through Various foods. Vitamin is D purely important for the maintenance of bones; teeth’s and it prevent a wide range of diseases and health complications such as type 1 diabetes. Though other vitamins are essential to intake for the normal body functioning as the body cannot produce them. However, the body can produce Vitamin D.

Benefits of vitamin D
Vitamin D play important role in body.
Vitamin D helps in keeping bones strong & preventing bones rupture
Vitamin D keeps our teeth healthy
Vitamin D keeps our brain smart & young
Vitamin D helps killing bad bugs entering our body
Vitamin D balances Blood sugar Level

Sources of Vitamin D
A plenty of Vitamin D came from Direct Sunlight however, there are a lot of other food stuff caring vitamin including
Beef liver
Mushrooms
Fortified milk
Cheese
Egg yolk
Fortified juices and cereals.

Benefits and Sources of Vitamin E
Vitamin E as an oxidant agent plays a vital role in preventing hearth and cancer diseases. It helps to keep the membrane around cells healthy, protecting cell walls. With antioxidant properties, it is a fat-soluble vitamin. Vitamin E prevents damages caused by free radical, which are linked to many chronic diseases. Antioxidant properties of Vitamin E have a positive impact on muscular degeneration, cognitive decline and cataracts in adults.

Proper intake of Vitamin E is necessary for optimum health, regulation of gene expression and other body functioning.

Benefits of Vitamin E
Ability to dissolve a fresh clot it prevents clotting
Decreases the need for oxygen in tissues
Keeps your muscles in good shape
Increases collateral circulation
Dilation Capillaries

Sources of Vitamin E
Vitamin E is primarily available in
Wheat
Sunflower seeds
Dark green vegetables
Seed & nuts
Almonds
Spinach and found in peanut butter.

Benefit & Sources of Vitamin K
Vitamin K is a great source of nutrient, which promotes proper blood clotting and it, also prevent bleeding. Vitamin K helps improve bone density, preventing osteoporosis. One of the major benefits of Vitamin K is that it prevents hardening arteries, which may lead to heart disease and can cause heart failure.

Benefits of Vitamin K
Helps in bone health and wound healing
It makes protein for normal blood clotting
By teaming up with other vitamins it helps bones to develop properly

Sources of Vitamin K
Lettuce
Turnips
dark leafy green vegetable
fatty fish, such as salmon
liver and other organ meats

Benefit & Sources of Vitamin B17
Vitamin B17 was popularized as the antidote to the cancer disease. Vitamin B17 is the most powerful in immune boosting and is commonly found in plants. Some of the major sources of vitamin B17 are nuts, clover plants and in seeds of several fruits.

Benefits of Vitamin B17
It boosts immune system
It gave relief from inflammation pain
Lowering high blood pressure
Antioxidant properties

Sources of Vitamin B17
Vitamin B17 comes in various forms:
Seeds
Berries
Nuts
Grains and millet
Eucalyptus leaves and in sprouts

As vitamins are essential for the functioning of the body and they are needed to intake properly although their excess and deficiency both can cause health complication that may lead to certain diseases.



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