Health: A Nutritional Supplements Guide

Folic acid, vitamin B6 and B12 are required for proper homocysteine metabolism. Low levels of these vitamins are associated with higher risk of cardiovasular diseases

Vitamin D and calcium are associated with decreased risk of osteoporosis and fractures

High vitamin C level is associated with decreased cancer risk

Vitamin E and lycopene help to decrease risk of prostate cancer

Vitamin B12 is associated with decreased risk of anaemia and neurological disorders

Carotenoids decrease risk of breast, prostate and lung cancers

Bioflavonoids and vitamin C enhance strength of the capillaries, lower blood pressure, improve blood circulation and help prevent occurrence of stroke

Quercetin (a citrus flavonoid) is indicated in the prevention of diabetes by enhancing insulin production, protecting the insulin producing beta-cells in the pancreas, and inhibiting platlet aggregation

Proanthocyanidins, the active component of grape seed extracts, exhibit cardio-protective effects and cancer cell-killing ability

Selenium is associated with reduced incidence of total cancer mortality, including prostate, colon and lung cancer.

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ezasunflower said...

Which vitamin good for eyes?

man said...

vitamin A and beta carotene.

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