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Supplements are designed to fill the gaps in our diet, providing us with the same vital nutrients that we may not be able to consistently consume through food alone. By incorporating high-quality supplements into your routine, you can confidently support your health and well-being without the stress of having to meticulously monitor your fruit and vegetable intake. Vitamins perform a wide range of functions within the body, all essential for its proper functioning.

vitamin a

Supports vision, immune function, skin health, and cellular growth.

vitamin b

Boosts energy, supports metabolism, improves brain function, and immunity.

vitamin c

Boosts immunity, antioxidant, collagen production, enhances iron absorption.

vitamin d

Enhances calcium absorption, strengthens bones, boosts immunity.

vitamin e

Antioxidant, skin health, immune support, protects cells.

vitamin k

Blood clotting, bone health, prevents calcification, cardiovascular support.

diabetes

Chronic metabolic disorder characterized by high sugar levels

lose weight

Process of body weight reduction through diet and exercise

PROSTATE ENLARGED

Common condition causing urinary problems in men over 60 years old

MEMORY AND FOCUS

improved brain performance and unlock your full potential

hair loss

Disorder caused by an interruption in the body's cycle of hair production

ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION

Inability to obtain or maintain a sufficient erection.

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FAQ

Vitamins are essential for the proper functioning of our bodies, participating in many metabolic reactions and contributing to our overall well-being.

Many vitamins have antioxidant properties that protect cells from free radical damage, reducing the risk of chronic diseases such as heart disease and certain cancers.

Fat-soluble vitamins (A, D, E, K) are fat-soluble and can be stored in the body. Water-soluble (such as vitamin C and B vitamins) are water-soluble and are eliminated with urine if in excess.

A vitamin D deficiency can lead to osteoporosis, rickets in children, and can increase the risk of many chronic diseases.

No, vitamin C has many other functions, such as collagen production, iron absorption, and antioxidant properties that protect cells.

Vitamin B12 is essential for red blood cell formation, helps maintain a healthy nervous system, and prevents megaloblastic anemia.

Deficiency symptoms vary depending on the vitamin, but can include fatigue, weakness, pale or yellowish skin, and memory problems. It is always best to consult a doctor for specific tests.

No, vitamins are a supplement and should not replace a varied and balanced diet, which also provides other essential nutrients such as minerals, protein, and fiber.