12 August

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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 - arachidonic, linoleic and linolenic.In addition, the composition of the vitamin include eicosapentaenoic and docosahexaenoic acid.Vitamin F is a representative of a group of fat-soluble vitamins.It enters the body through food and through the skin (in creams and ointments).

pharmacological action of vitamin F

polyunsaturated fatty acids are deposited in the heart, kidneys, blood, brain, muscle, and liver.After absorption through the intestinal wall, vitamin F is delivered to the above-mentioned bodies, which implements the functions:

  • participates in the metabolism of cholesterol;
  • involved in the synthesis of fats
    , which the body produces;
  • ensures the normal functioning of the immune system;
  • involved in spermatogenesis;
  • promotes rapid healing of wounds;
  • participates in the synthesis of prostaglandins;
  • together with vitamin D promotes calcium and phosphorus accumulation in the bones;
  • has anti-inflammatory and antihistamine effects.

addition, vitamin F (according to reviews of medical specialists) took part in the defense against pathogenic effects of the environment of cells, preventing their transformation into cancer.

Linolenic acid (part of the vitamin) is involved in the formation of the elements that reduce blood clotting, normalize blood pressure and preventing platelets from sticking together, which makes it possible to reduce the risk of myocardial infarction and stroke.

Because Vitamin F relieves swelling, pain, and improves lymph drainage, it is often used as an effective means to eliminate the inflammation in the body.

Currently, this vitamin substance often used in the treatment of atherosclerosis, since the properties of unsaturated fatty acids affect the normalization of fat metabolism and accelerate the elimination of excessive amounts of cholesterol from the body.Regarding

creams with vitamin F, the consumer ratings indicate that these agents significantly improve the appearance of hair and skin, as this vitamin is one of the most effective nutrient.

Which foods contain this vitamin?

main sources of polyunsaturated fatty acids are vegetable oils (sunflower, corn, flaxseed, olive, peanut, soybean, and others) and fat of animal origin.

addition, vitamin F in large quantities is in products such as:

  • dried fruit;
  • herring, salmon, mackerel and many other species of marine fish;
  • sunflower seeds, almonds, walnuts, peanuts;
  • oatmeal;
  • black currant;
  • avocado;
  • sprouts;
  • soy, legumes.

Symptoms of deficiency of vitamin F

deficiency of vitamin in the body of the above is a very dangerous condition, so doctors strongly recommended to prevent the development of this deficit.The first signs of a lack of this vitamin are:

  • dry skin;
  • occurrence of allergic reactions (itching, hives, runny nose, watery eyes);
  • emergence of various inflammation;
  • blockage of the sebaceous glands on the skin (pores), which can lead to acne and pimples.

addition, lack of vitamin leads to deterioration of the skin and hair conditions: in untidy appearance, dryness and the like.

main danger of vitamin F deficiency (reviews of physicians confirm it) is a violation of kidney function and the cardiovascular system.Prolonged deficiency of this vitamin increases the chance of stroke, atherosclerosis and heart attack.

Avitaminosis F in children manifests a lack of normal weight gain, skin peeling and a low growth rate.

Form

issue in the present time, vitamin F is produced in the form of capsules of 250 milligrams, fat and bold cream 50 ml, 2% of a bold and oily ointment 55 ml.

As for cosmetics, but nowadays there are plenty of creams with vitamin the F, which reviews the most positive.

Indications Vitamin F

The main indications for the use of this vitamin substances are the following pathological conditions:

  • diabetes;
  • allergic diseases;
  • eczema in infants;
  • dermatitis of various origins (eczema, seborrhea, and others.);
  • acne, cracks (including anal);
  • autoimmune inflammatory diseases;
  • violation of lipid metabolism;
  • phlebitis prevention.

daily requirement of vitamin F

daily requirement of vitamin aforementioned measured in milligrams.The daily intake of vitamin F for adults is 1,000 milligrams, which corresponds to twenty to thirty grams of vegetable oil.

Overdose Excessive use of vitamin F can trigger weight gain, occurrence of bleeding, pain in the stomach, heartburn, development of skin and allergic rashes, arthritis, and asthma.Storage conditions

foods containing vitamin F

products that contain in their composition of this vitamin, should be kept cool and protected from direct sunlight.Regarding the vegetable oils, they are also best kept in dark areas with low temperature.

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