Vitamins, also known as vitamins, are indispensable nutrients for maintaining life, ensuring health, promoting growth, enhancing body resistance and regulating physiological functions. Specifically, vitamins are divided into two categories, fat-soluble and water-soluble, fat-soluble including vitamin A, vitamin D, vitamin E, vitamin K, water-soluble including vitamin B and vitamin C. The main role of vitamin A is to maintain normal vision and prevent night blindness. Vitamin D is mainly to regulate the metabolism of calcium and phosphorus in the body, promote absorption and utilization, and promote the growth of bones. Vitamin E is mainly to maintain normal reproductive capacity and normal muscle metabolism, and to maintain the integrity of the central nervous and vascular systems. Vitamin k is mainly used to stop bleeding, not only is it the main component of prothrombin, but also promotes the manufacture of prothrombin by the liver, and pediatric patients are prone to vitamin k deficiency.
Macular degeneration (AMD) and cataracts are the most common age-related eye diseases associated with oxidative stress and free radical damage. Vitamin E's antioxidant activity makes it an ideal candidate for preventing and treating both AMD and cataracts.
Cognitive health refers to how well you think, learn, and remember things. A balanced, nutritious diet is at the forefront of maintaining good cognitive health and preventing age-related cognitive deterioration, including dementia and Alzheimer's.
Vitamin E has been used for decades in dermatology as a shield to protect the skin from free radical damage. When taken orally, vitamin E helps reduce the time it takes for wounds to heal.