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is micro-nutrients which is essential for our body for the proper function of our body. Micro-nutrients are important as much as macronutrients. All the nutrients are very important for the development and growth of our bodies. It is found in some foods there are different types of food having different . Vitamin is of different types and different types of the vitamin are for different types of diseases.



Vitamins prevent you from different types of diseases. The proper amount of different vitamins is required for the different types of diseases. It is necessary to consume proper micro-nutrients for the overall development of the body.
Your body is not able to produce vitamins on its own, so it is necessary to consume the proper amount of vitamins from the vegetables. Some people consume multi-vitamins in their daily lives. You can also consume it but first, take a recommendation from your doctor.

                                                                
Types of vitamins
 
There are mainly 13 types of vitamins which are essential for your body.
 
Vitamins are:
 
Vitamins A, Vitamins B, Vitamins C, Vitamins D, Vitamins E, Vitamins K.
And Vitamins are divided into different types.
 
Vitamins are mainly classified into two types:
 
Water soluble
 
Fat soluble
 
Water soluble: As its name water soluble simply it means those vitamins which are easily soluble in water. Mainly in humans, there are 13 vitamins which are necessary. Out of 13 vitamins, there are 9 water-soluble vitamins and those water-soluble vitamins are:
 Vitamin B-1,
 Vitamin B-2,
 Vitamin B-3
 Vitamin B-
 Vitamin B-5,
 Vitamin B-6,
 Vitamin B-12,
 Vitamin C
Vitamin B-1:(Thiamin) It converts carbohydrates into energy and it is necessary for the body because it helps to processes our body carbohydrates into energy.
 
 
Meat
Flour
Egg
Whole grains
Nuts
Peas
Brown bread
 
Vitamin B-2:(Riboflavin) It helps the (RBCs) Red blood cells. It is necessary for the overall development of your body.
 
Sources of vitamin B-2:
 
Fish
Mushrooms
Pumpkins
Beas
Sweet potatoes
Spinach
Vitamin B-3:(Niacin) It helps to control cholesterol, improves your skin and it’s too helps in converts of carbohydrates into energy.
Sources of vitamin B-3:
 
Fish
Eggs
Nuts
Lean Meat
Vitamin B-5: (Pantothenic acid) It converts fat into energy and produces good cholesterol in the body.
 
Sources of vitamin B-5:
 
Broccoli
White potatoes
Eggs
Sweet potatoes
Mushroom
Milk
Vitamin B-6:(Pyridoxine) It is very important because it helps in the production of hormones and it also helps in the processing of amino acids.
 
Sources of vitamin B-6:                                                               
 
Banana
Beans
Nuts
Meats
Vitamin B-12: It helps in DNA replication and in the regulation of nerve cells.
Sources of vitamin B-12:
 
Milk
Eggs
Milk products(butter, yogurt, cheese)
Shellfish
Vitamin C: It acts as an antioxidant for the body. It helps in the healing of the wound. It helps to absorb iron from the foods.
Sources of vitamin C:
 
Citrus fruit
Tomatoes
Spinach
Potatoes
Strawberries
Cauliflower
Broccoli
Fat soluble: Fat-soluble vitamins are not soluble in the water they are best to absorb with the foods which have a high amount of fat in it.
Vitamin A
Vitamin D
Vitamin E
Vitamin K
Vitamin A: The consumption of vitamin A is best for your eye vision, it improves the power of your eyes.
 
Sources of vitamin A:
 
Fish liver oil
Butter
Milk
Carrot
Green vegetables
Vitamin D: It helps in the absorption of calcium it is good for bone stronger and development of bones.
Vitamin D is divided into two types vitamin D-3 and vitamin D-2.
Vitamin D-2 is found in animal food such as meat etc.
Vitamin D-3 is found in plants like mushrooms.
Sources of vitamin D:
 
Mushrooms
Fish oil
Cheese
Yogurt
Butter
Vitamin E: It plays a very important role in preventing cancer because it acts as an antioxidant in the body and destroys radicals atoms which may cause cancer in the body.
Sources of vitamin E:
 
Green vegetables
Nuts
Sunflower oil
Corn oil
Spinach
Broccoli
Almonds
Wheat germ oil
Vitamin K: It helps in the body to form blood clots. It is also divided into two types
Vitamin K-1 is found in plants.
Vitamin K-2 is found in animals.
Sources of vitamin K:
 
Spinach
Butter
Eggs
Fish
Broccoli
Milk.
 
So these are types of vitamins and their function and with their sources.

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