Children's vitamins

Baby vitamins in the Ukrainian market are presented in a fairly wide range. They can consist of either a single substance or a whole complex. In the first case, we are talking about single-component vitamins, in the second - about multivitamins.

Vitamins for immunity: what do you need to know for everyone?

Our task is to strengthen the body's defense system and one of the best ways to do this is to choose the vitamins that suit you for immunity.

Paraaminobenzoic acid (PABA)

For the first time about the presence of a substance that has vitamin properties, Stemp reported (1939). This factor was necessary for the reproduction of microorganisms. Woods (1940) has shown that a substance released from Streptococcus haemoliticus can reduce the bacteriostatic effect of sulfonamide administration. This substance was paraminobenzoic acid (PABA).

Vitamin B4 (choline)

Choline was first discovered in 1849 by A. Steker in bile. However, in its pure form, it was isolated only in 1862 and at the same time received its first name. The physiological role of choline began to be paid attention after K. Dyakonov's studies, which showed that choline is a part of lecithin as its permanent structural component.

Vitamin P - rutin

Vitamin R or rutin is a flavonoid that does a lot for our body. More correctly call vitamin P, or rutin, not a flavonoid, but a bioflavonoid, a substance that slows down the aging process. Rutin is able to improve the permeability of capillaries, to prevent their fragility. It can also help people to be healthy and active. Rutin is found in a variety of foods and herbs, but its effect on the body is ambiguous.

Vitamin PP (nicotinic acid)

Vitamin PP (nicotinic acid) - one of the most necessary vitamins for a person. This vitamin is especially useful for smoking people who have impaired nervous system functions. If the human body does not have enough vitamin PP, it can be aggressive, irritable, it rushes in all directions and can not make decisions calmly.

Vitamin N-Lipoic Acid

Vitamin N - lipoic acid - is an antioxidant found in some foods, including red meat, spinach, broccoli, potatoes, sweet potatoes, carrots, beets and yeast.

How does vitamin K affect the body?

Vitamin K is a fat-soluble vitamin. "K" comes from the German word "koagulation" - coagulation, that is, coagulation, thickening. Coagulation in the body refers to the process of hematopoiesis. Vitamin K is necessary for the functioning of a number of proteins involved in the process of blood clotting. How does vitamin K affect the body and why is it needed?

Vitamin H

The discovery of vitamin H is associated with the study of the composition of a chicken egg.

Vitamin H1

Vitamin H1 can replace any dyeing and cosmetic means. It belongs to the vitamins of group B. Animals receive a huge amount of vitamin H1 with food, so the beauty of their wool, skin and feathers is stored until their death. Not that people who constantly need moisturizing creams, hair dyes and various balms.


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