Contents: 1. Sources of vitamin B15 2. role of vitamin B15 3. consequences of deficiency of vitamin B15 4. Dosages pangamic acid 5.Side effects Vitamin B15 or pangamic acid - is a physiologically active substance which is found in almost all plants and in other products, and has a vitamin-like properties.Although the substance is not very well known and popular, t...Continue Reading
Contents: 1. Benefits and application 2. Which contains vitamin U? 3. preparations of vitamin U In the list of vitamins is not often possible to meet vitamin U (S-methylmethionine).In reality, this valuable for our body substance unjustly received little attention compared to other vitamins.Few know that the story of the discovery of the substance is somehow connected with...Continue Reading
Contents: 1. Which contains vitamin PP? 2. value and application 3. Vitamin PP hair 4. daily requirement Vitamin PP (nicotinic acid, vitamin B3, nicotinamide, niacin) is urgently needed by the body.Thanks to the powerful therapeutic effects of the substance on the human body in its official medicine equate to medicines. Nicotinamide and nicotinic acid are the two acti...Continue Reading
Contents: 1. Application 2. Sources of vitamin P 3. Indications 4. lack and excess of vitamin P VitaminP (rutin) brings together a group of biologically active substances, which are bioflavonoids.K vitamins of group P are about 150 substances that bind to similar properties.For group P vitamins include catechins, coumarins, anthocyanins, quercetin, hesperidin and many...Continue Reading
Contents: 1. role of vitamin K for the body 2. Vitamin K: Indications for use of additional 3. Lack of vitamin in the body 4. Excess vitaminbody 5. daily requirement 6. Where contain vitamin K? 7. Interaction Vitamin K - Antihemorrhagic antioxidant and fat-soluble vitamin.He is actively involved in the process of blood coagulation, preventing bleeding and h...Continue Reading
Contents: 1. Which contains vitamin H? 2. role and importance of vitamin H 3. daily requirement for vitamin H, and the well, its scarcity and oversupply 4. interaction of biotin Vitamin of H, which is also known asvitamin B7 or biotin, was discovered almost by accident.Laboratory rats fed with egg white, wishing to ensure their protein, but after such a diet they start...Continue Reading
Contents: 1. pharmacological action of vitamin F 2. Which foods contain this vitamin? 3. Symptoms of deficiency of vitamin F 4. Product form 5. Indications Vitamin F 6. daily requirement of vitamin F 7. Overdose 8. storage conditions foods containing vitamin F the F vitamin - a unique complex containing in its composition of unsaturated fatty acid - ara...Continue Reading
Contents: 1. Properties and application of vitamin E 2. Vitamin E Face 3. Norma tocopherol 4. formulations tocopherol Vitamin E (tocopherol) is a fat-soluble substance, which mainly contained in fats, in particular oils of animal and vegetable origin (cotton seed, corn, olive and sunflower oil) as well as in products having a high fat content (in nuts, seeds, andother ...Continue Reading
Contents: 1. composition and the form of 2. Pharmacological Effects of vitamin D3 3. Indications "Vitamin D3» solution 4. Contraindicationsuse this solution 5. Dosing of vitamin D3 6. Side effects 7. overdose of vitamin D3 8. storage conditions and shelf-life of vitamin D3 vitamin D3(international name - Kolekaltsiferol) is a vitamin substance shall be...Continue Reading
Contents: 1. Sources of vitamin D 2. action of vitamin D 3. need for vitamin D 4. Symptoms of hypovitaminosis 5. Symptoms of hypervitaminosis Vitamin D (ergocalciferol) refers to a group of fat-soluble vitamins.This material is formed from sterols by exposure to ultraviolet rays.Development of vitamin occurs in animal and plant tissues.It can be dissolved in organi...Continue Reading
Contents: 1. Properties and application of vitamin E 2. Vitamin E Face 3. Norma tocopherol 4. formulations tocopherol Vit...
Contents: 1. composition and the form of 2. Pharmacological Effects of vitamin D3 3. Indications "Vitamin D3» solution 4. Con...
Contents: 1. Sources of vitamin D 2. action of vitamin D 3. need for vitamin D 4. Symptoms of hypovitaminosis 5. Symptoms ...