Vitamin K (phylloquinone): deficiency of vitamin K

Vitamin K (phylloquinone) is a food vitamin K. The fat of food enhances its absorption. Additions of vitamin K are added to formula formulas for infants. Vitamin K refers to the group of compounds (menaquinones) synthesized by intestinal bacteria; the amount synthesized does not satisfy the need for vitamin K.

Vitamin E: Deficiency and Hypervitaminosis

Vitamin E is a group of compounds (tocopherols and tocotrienols), which have a similar biological effect. The most biologically active is alpha-tocopherol, but beta-, gamma- and tetta-tocopherols, four tocotrienols and several stereoisomers also have important biological activity.

Vitamin Complex for Pregnant Women

Vitamin Complex for Pregnant Women

Vitamins for expectant mothers: group B and C

A pregnant woman needs certain vitamins for her and her baby's health.

Vitamins for pregnant women: more about A and B

Vitamins A and B (and especially group B) take a very active part in the fate of a pregnant woman.

Prenatal vitamins

When a woman learns that she is pregnant, she necessarily needs more vitamins.

Vitamins for skin health

Skin is the largest human organ.

Vitamins for men against baldness

Alopecia is a very common problem for men.

What vitamins are needed for a man for heart health?

According to statistics, the male mortality from cardiovascular diseases in the world exceeds all other types of dangers associated with diseases.

Vitamins for men

Men are a fragile species that needs to be cherished and cherished.


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