Vitamins for all family members
Each age needs its own vitamins to help support the body and internal organs. What is more suitable for adults, and what for children or adolescents?
- Vitamin complexes aimed at maintaining youth and beauty, at restoring skin, hair and nails, and at normalizing the nervous system is suitable for women.
- For men, complexes will be optimal for supporting male strength, for arranging the work of internal organs, for male health and beauty, for the functionality of the body and maintaining the work of the genitals.
- Elderly people need drugs that slow down the ageing process, restore bone strength (calcium and vitamin D) and joints, improve heart, and blood vessels.
- Children need pills to grow and strengthen bones to restore the amount of iron in the body. For children and adolescents, complexes for immunity are especially relevant, which contain many vitamins and minerals.
A few tips on how to choose the right complex of vitamins
What vitamins to choose? The choice of tablets depends on the goals:
If this is prevention, give preference to complex preparations, which contain the main vitamins and minerals. With the support of the body, multivitamins are better, but they will be ineffective with a deep lack of specific minerals, such as iron, iodine or calcium. Therefore, during treatment, and restoration of certain body functions, it is better to prefer monovitamins.
Effective vitamin complexes should properly affect the body, and not exacerbate its condition. To do this, you should first determine your symptoms and only then choose supplements.
- Vitamin A will help maintain the beauty of hair and nails, accelerate their growth and strengthen. He is good for the eyes.
- Group B vitamins are good for the nervous system.
- Vitamin D protects the immune system.
- Vitamin E will improve the reproductive system.
Selection of vitamins by composition is the most comfortable way to choose pills that are really useful for you. If you do not know which drug to purchase, we are ready to provide you with a recommendation based on a test designed for the individual selection of vitamins and minerals for daily use.
What vitamins are good for skin.
Vitamin A is , andsoluble
It is the one that will allow the different skin tissues to regenerate or in other words to repair theto see.It is recognized by its name retinol in the list of ingredients of anti-aging creams.
We know that we lack vitamin A when the skin looks rather dry and wrinkled.
To fill this lack with vitamins, consume without hesitation yellow or orange vegetables, lots of carrots, apricots or vegetables with green leaves.
Vitamin B8 or biotin, can also be called vitamin H and it is water-soluble
Among all the vitamins, biotin is the one that will allow cells to be created and to develop, thus making up nails, hair or skin. They are found in legumes, chard, soy, dry yeast, bananas, eggs, or in rice.
Vitamin C is water-soluble
This vitamin is essential since vitamin C is none other than the one that will allow your skin to protect itself from pollution, the sun or even tobacco.
It will promote the development of antioxidants and defend us against viral and bacterial infections. It protects the wall of blood vessels and promotes the assimilation of iron. Its antioxidant actions (capture of free radicals) help in the detoxification of carcinogenic substances.
In addition, we also recognize it by the term ascorbic acid, which plays a key role in wound healing.
Vitamin C is found in citrus fruits, especially in everything that is grapefruit, lemon or orange, but also in vegetables with green leaves or in broccoli.
Vitamin E is fat soluble
Its main property is its ability to trap and prevent the spread of free radicals responsible for skin ageing. It acts in particular at the level of cell membranes and lipoproteins.
It is widely used in high-end cosmetic products. It prevents the rancidity of the vegetable oils contained in our precious creams.
This vitamin is found in nuts, and in all seeds in general, but also in spinach or in vegetable oils.
What about vitamin D?
It is a fat-soluble vitamin, and our body is indeed able to synthesize it in the skin under the action of sun and ultraviolet rays. Hence, the importance of being exposed to the sun, but with caution.
Its main function is to increase the capacity of the intestine to absorb calcium and phosphorus.
Several age groups of the population are at the risk of vitamin D deficiency: newborns, infants and pregnant women, who have little exposure to the sun and have high needs.
Elderly people, especially those placed in institutions, who eat little and who expose themselves very little to the sun. People who do not enjoy the sun benefits regularly or who wear opaque clothing all year round.
Food sources of vitamin D are vegetable oils, fortified dairy products, oily fish such as salmon, herring, and sardines.
Know that the vitamins are small enough to squeeze up to the basement membrane of the epidermis to permanently activate its cell regeneration. Few cosmetic active ingredients have this privilege.
The best timing depends on the nutrient
Multivitamin-type supplements, which supplement basic nutrients, increase absorption rates during and after meals when gastrointestinal activity is a active. Fat-soluble nutrients such as vitamin E and lycopene are better absorbed when taken with oily dishes.
There are various amino acids that can be expected to be taken before exercise, those that are better after exercise, and those that are good on an empty stomach.
On the other hand, high acidity such as synthetic vitamin C and alkaline, such as calcium, on the other hand, should be noted that drinking on empty stomach may put a burden on the gastrointestinal tract.
Ideal intake timing for each vitamin
There are two types of vitamins: water-soluble vitamins (vitamin B group, vitamin C), which are soluble in water, and fat-soluble vitamins (vitamin E, D, A, K), which are soluble in fat.
Water-soluble vitamins are excreted in the urine even when replenished in the morning, and run short in the evening. Therefore, it is a good way to take it in the morning, and evening, or in the morning, noon and evening meals. On the other hand, fat-soluble vitamins can be stored in the body, so once a day is no problem.
Supplements are not medicines, so, they will not be nervous more than necessary at the time of ingestion, but please be aware of the optimal way of taking to use. Precious nutrients efficiently.
How to determine your intake
In our case, the design of the supplement is based on adult males (20s-50s, around 60-70 kg). If you are underweight or a child, you can reduce your intake based on your weight.
However, growing children need more vitamins and minerals, and elderly people with thin diets may not be able to a supply enough vitamin minerals from food alone. It is recommended that you take the standard intake as much as you can.
Since supplements are foods, weight gain according to physical condition and weight can be determined by self-determination, but more nutrients are not effective, and the excess of minerals and fat-soluble vitamins There be also.
Avoid ingesting significantly more than the daily intake standard set by the manufacturer.
Why should I drink supplements?
Some people drink supplements with tea, coffee, milk, etc. Again, don, ‘t worry too much, but we recommend drinking with cold or lukewarm water, as some drinks can interfere with nutrient absorption. Also, it is recommended to use mineral water or water through a water purifier, rather than tap water containing, “chlorine”, which is said to destroy vitamins.