Vitamin E

In 1922, vitamin E was discovered - by scientists Bishop and Evans. Vitamin E is rightly called the vitamin of "fertility and youth", because it restores the body when aging processes go on, and increases the productivity of male and female genital organs.

Vitamin D

In the thirties of the XX century, vitamin D was first synthesized and studied. This vitamin is very interesting to the world of science, since it is both a vitamin and a hormone. It can enter the body both with food and can be produced by the body when exposed to sunlight.

Vitamin C

In 1923, vitamin C was first extracted from lemon juice, and already in 1930 its production and synthesis were established in the industry. To date, vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and antiallergic.

Vitamin B15

The history of the discovery of vitamin B15 is extremely interesting. It was first discovered in the bovine liver in 1950 by the scientist Tompia, and later it was synthesized from the apricot kernel by the American Krebs.

Vitamin B13

This vitamin was discovered in 1905 from the remains of distilled raw materials. It was a new growth factor, called DDS, and later renamed vitamin B13. It positively affects the development of the fetus in pregnant women, and also performs many other functions.

Vitamin B12

Vitamin B12 is very important for our body, because the harmonious intake of vitamins helps to look good.

Vitamin B9

Vitamins are incredibly useful components for our body.

Vitamin B8

Vitamin B8 in 1848 was discovered by the German biochemist Liebig.

Vitamin B6

Vitamins are special biologically active substances.

Vitamin B2

Another name for this vitamin, well known to everyone, is riboflavin.


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