Vitamins which is required for us and in what dosage we need to take?

Question: Not sure if its repeated question, can you please update on Vitamins which is required for us and in what dosage we need to take?

Answer:  When you say "Dosages" I believe you meant supplemental form? Taking atleast 5 full servings of fresh vegetables (different colors) and fruits every day YOUR VITAMINS NEEDS ARE COVERED. vitamins do not exist as single components that act on their own. Vitamins are made up of several different component’s enzymes, co-enzymes, and co-factors that must work together to produce their intended biologic effects. Vitamins that are found naturally in whole foods come with all of their necessary components. Remember Neetal, your body is designed to interact with nature and absorbs Nutrients from whole foods than laboratory made Vitamins. The majority of vitamins that are sold in pharmacies, grocery stores, and vitamin shops are synthetic vitamins, which are only isolated portions of the vitamins that occur naturally in food. They are useless and will only produce expensive urine nothing else yaar.

If you take a look at a variety of vitamin C supplements, you will find that the majority of them contain only ascorbic acid or a compound called ascorbate, which is a less acidic form of acorbic acid. Ascorbic acid is NOT vitamin C. It represents the outer ring that serves as a protective shell for the entire vitamin C complex, much like an orange peel that serves as a protective shell for an orange.
Real vitamin C found in whole foods like fruits and vegetables contain the following components:
* Rutin * Bioflavonoids (vitamin P) * Factor K * Factor J * Factor P * Tyrosinase * Ascorbinogen * Ascorbic Acid
When you take only ascorbic acid found in your synthetic vitamin C tablet or powder, your body must gather all of the other components of the full vitamin C complex from your body’s tissues in order to make use of it. In the event that your body does not have adequate reserves of the other components, ascorbic acid itself does not provide any of the health benefits that the full vitamin C complex does. After circulating through your system, the unused ascorbic acid is eliminated through your urine. Just like vitamin C, almost all other vitamins that we know of offer their full health benefits when they are in the presence of a number of enzymes, co-enzymes, co-factors, and even minerals. For example, Vitamin D may have as many as twelve different active components, while vitamin P has at least five different components. The mineral copper is needed for full vitamin C activity, while vitamin E works closely with the mineral selenium to provide its health promoting, anti-oxidative effect.

I don’t want to make this reply lengthy but to add further there is always best time to consume vitamins and few vitmins and minerals should exist together for better absorption; And few vitamins negate each other’s effect when taken together and also interfere with drugs intake. Let me know if you need further information.

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