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Vitamins and Minerals

Vitamins and minerals are essential for growth, development, and body functions. Learn the importance of vitamins and minerals for the human body.

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  • How to Tell if You Aren't Getting Enough Niacin in Your Diet
    Niacin is essential to good health. Fortunately, this member of the vitamin B family is found in a wide range of foods. Vegetarians don't have to take supplements, since niacin is found in many non-meat sources. Learn how to recognize niacin deficiency symptoms.
  • Vitamin A Overdose: Causes & Consequences
    Do you know how much is too much vitamin A? If you are like most people, who may not know the answer to this question, continue reading to find out why you should keep tabs on vitamin A consumption.
  • Foods Rich in Niacin
    Niacin is one of the B-complex vitamins that plays a key role in energy production, metabolism of fats and proteins, and supporting genetic processes. If you want to know about the importance of this nutrient and the foods rich in niacin, this article is just right for you.
  • Vegetables With Vitamin A
    Vitamin A plays an important role in our bodies. As one of the four fat soluble vitamins, it is responsible for cell growth, hormone production, and immunity strength. Check out this list of vegetables with vitamin A to ensure getting enough every day.
  • Pantothenic Acid Deficiency and Diet
    Do you have pantothenic acid deficiency? Some of the symptoms are fatigue, insomnia, joint pain, and tingling of the toes. Read on to see which foods you may want to be eating to ensure you don't get pantothenic acid deficiency.
  • Sources of Thiamin in Diet
    Thiamin, also known as vitamin B1, helps the body maintain normal energy levels, supports heart function and helps the muscles and nerves work together. Several good sources of thiamin will help you meet the recommended daily intake for this important nutrient.
  • List of Selenium-Rich Foods
    Selenium is needed by the body in trace amounts. Here are several selenium rich foods to choose from and information about the amount of selenium they contain per serving.
  • Are You Getting Enough Vitamin B2 in your Diet?
    Benefits of vitamin B2 are numerous. From prevention of migraines to producing adequate metabolism and energy production, vitamin B2 is a very important part of the daily diet. Learn more about the foods that contain vitamin B2 in order to ensure adequate daily allowances.
  • Riboflavin Deficiency and Diet
    A riboflavin deficiency may be seen in those who do not get enough dietary riboflavin. Knowing the signs and symptoms and the necessary dietary changes needed can help you if you are diagnosed as deficient in this vitamin.
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