Supplementation of four vitamins to correct metabolic disorders and prevent complications.
The vitamins are low molecular organic substances necessary to maintain metabolic disorder the body s life activities, a wide variety, in the body s material an...
The vitamins are low molecular organic substances necessary to maintain metabolic disorder the body's life activities, a wide variety, in the body's material and energy metabolic process has an important role.
The right amount and balance of vitamin intake, is conducive to correcting metabolic dysfunction and preventing complications.
The vitamins that need to be supplemented include
Beta-carotene. It can be converted to vitamin A in the body, which has better antioxidant capacity.
It is mainly found in red, yellow or dark green fruits and vegetables, including carrots, sweet potatoes, green mustard, spinach, lettuce leaves and pumpkin.
Vitamin E. A fat-soluble antioxidant vitamin that protects beta-carotene from oxidation.
Foods rich in vitamin E include vegetable oils, wheat germ, nuts, seeds, legumes and other grain germ.
Vitamin c ascorbic acid, a water-soluble antioxidant, works synergistically with vitamin e and beta-carotene.
The main sources of vitamin c are fresh fruits and vegetables.
B vitamins. Vitamins B1, B2, B6, and B12 are useful in the treatment of diabetic polyneuritis.
Vitamins B6, B12 and folic acid (vitamin B9) can lower homocysteine in the blood plasma.
Foods rich in many vitamin B1 can include other cereals, legumes, dried fruits, animal organs, lean meats, eggs; dairy and meat products are rich in vitamin B2.