Vitamins

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  • Fat Soluble Vitamins
    • Vitamins
    • Vitamin A
      • Carrots
        • Milk
          • Eggs
    • Vitamin D
      • 0.01mg
      • Promotes Growth of Teeth and Bones
      • Fish Oils
        • Vitamin Fortified Processed Foods (e.g. Margarine)
    • Vitamin K
      • 0.07mg
      • Necessary for Blood Clotting
      • Cabbage
        • Spinach
          • Eggs
            • Broccoli
              • Pork
                • Bacteria in the Intestines
  • Leafy Vegetables
    • Peas
    • Beans
      • Nuts
  • Vegetable Oils
    • Nuts
      • Whole Grain Foods
    • Vitamin E
      • Fat Soluble Vitamins
        • Vitamins
        • Vitamin A
          • Carrots
            • Milk
              • Eggs
        • Vitamin D
          • 0.01mg
          • Promotes Growth of Teeth and Bones
          • Fish Oils
            • Vitamin Fortified Processed Foods (e.g. Margarine)
        • Vitamin K
          • 0.07mg
          • Necessary for Blood Clotting
          • Cabbage
            • Spinach
              • Eggs
                • Broccoli
                  • Pork
                    • Bacteria in the Intestines
  • Vitamin B1 (Thiamine)
    • 0.9mg
    • Liver
      • Kidney
        • Peas
          • Whole Grain Foods
            • Beans
              • Cereal
    • Water Soluble Vitamins
      • Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin)
        • Involved in Enzyme Action to Release Energy from Carbohydrates and Fats
          • Maintains Healthy Skin
      • Vitamin B3 (Niacin)
        • 17mg
        • Meat
          • Fish
            • Poultry
              • Peas
                • Whole Grain Foods
                  • Beans
        • Helps to Synthesise Fats in the Body
          • Involved in Enzyme Action to Release Energy from Carbohydrates
      • Vitamin B9 (Folic Acid)
        • Involved in Enzyme Action for Growth of Red Blood Cells
          • DNA Production
        • 0.2mg
        • Liver
          • Peas
      • Vitamin C
        • 40mg
        • Citrus Fruits
          • Green Vegetables
        • Helps to Form Adrenaline Antioxidents
          • Helps to Build Collagen (Connective Tissue)
            • Aids Absorption of Irons
  • Milk
    • Dairy Products
      • Meat
        • Leafy Vegetables
    • Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin)
      • Involved in Enzyme Action to Release Energy from Carbohydrates and Fats
        • Maintains Healthy Skin

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