Pivotal Health

Healthcare Essential

Fat-Soluble Vitamins And Its Possible Resources

Rate this post

If your diet recipe contains more of these vitamins than its requirements at any one time, then it can be clearly say that they must be stored in your body fat as well as in your liver cells as well. But you have been very shocked to know that too much of storage of this kind of vitamin can accumulate your excessive intakes; additionally it may also be very harmful.

A recent report regarding this also proved that vitamin A and E supplements are quite be able to increase the risks of premature death. So you need to take a balanced diet all the time.vitamin

Moreover a deficiency of these fat-soluble vitamins may occur in between the people those who always choose some poor diets or those who have been suffering from a long-term condition which affects their ability to absorb fats from the intestine like ascystic fibrosis or crohn’s disease.

Some Fat-soluble vitamins and its resources:

Vitamin A:

Sources of vitamin A:

Mainly vitamin A can be found or can be obtained from animal products such as egg yolk, milk as well as liver. Additionally it can also be obtained from different types of fruit and vegetables also.

Role of Vitamin A:

The main roles of vitamin A are:

  • Growth of normal bone,
  • Health and skin reproduction,
  • Can protect your body from harmful radicals as well as viruses.
  • Can reduce the risks of certain forms of cancers.


Vitamin D

Sources of Vitamin D:

The possible resource of dietary vitamin D2 is egg yolk, cod, mackerel, halibut liver oils, salmon as well as sardines. Though, D2 can be found in some foods, where D3 is produced within our body when our skin is exposed to the sunlight.

Role of vitamin D:

  • Very important for the absorption as well as use of calcium and phosphorus by our body.
  • Also it is very essential for the formation of our health as well as bones, teeth and cartilage.

Vitamin E

Sources of vitamin E:

The foods those contains large scale of polyunsaturated fatty acids can be said the good sources of vitamin E. So these good sources of vitamin E also include wheat germ, almonds, prawns, peanuts as well as pistachio nuts, soya beans and sunflower seeds.

Role of vitamin E:

Vitamin E can be declared as a powerful antioxidant which:

  • Are quite be able to protect our body against free radicals,
  • Can help by making red blood cells,
  • Also can prevent our blood from clotting.

Subscribe to our newsletters!

Top Read

Google

Twits


Healthy Living

    health guides health fitness healthy living health digest
Privacy Policy