Most common natural vitamin sources

No need to buy a source of expensive vitamin supplement, you can get enough vitamin addition just from your daily diet. That is totally from natural sourse which is not only healthy but also economic.

Vitamin A: Vitamin A is a key nutrient for keeping our eyes healthy and our vision keen.Moreover, it also helps promote bone growth, keeps the immune system strong, fights disease as a powerful antioxidant — and maintains a vigorous reproductive system.

From animal: The two main sources are beef liver and turkey giblets. Other sources of this fat soluble vitamin include: Chicken liver, Cod liver oil, Fish oil, Liver sausage (such as Braunschweiger and liverwurst), Canned beef stew, Eggs, Fish, Shellfish, Butter, Fortified margarine, Cheese, Whole milk Fortified skim milk, Fortified low fat dairy products, Fortified dried powdered milk.

From plant: including fruits and vegetables that have rich, deep, intense color. The more intense the color of the vegetable or fruit, the more beta-carotene it contains. Rich Vitamin A plant sources can be listed: sweet potatoes, carrots, pumkin, winter squash, cantaloupe, pink grapefruit, mangoes, apricots, oranges, spinach, kale, broccoli, Dark green leafy vegetables. When these plants are cooked, they will convert its  provitamin A carotenoid, or carotenes into vitamin A need for the human body.

Vitamin C

Vitamin C helps the body maintain healthy tissues and a strong immune system, and it aids in the absorption of iron. Vitamin C is considered a powerful ally if you’re trying to avoid or kick a cold or other illness. Together with calcium and iron, it’s also an important part of a diet that counteracts lead poisoning.
Vitamin C are rich in fruits  and vegetable such as: orange, red or green sweet pepper, strawberries and vegetable juice cocktail, cantaloupe, Brussels sprouts.

Vitamin D

Most of our Vitamin D comes from sunlight on our skin – it forms under the skin in reaction to light.

While the best source is summer sunlight, Vitamin D is also found in a small number of foods. These include: Cod liver oil, Salmon, Mackerel, Tuna fish, Sardines, Milk, Margarine, Cereals, Eggs, Beef liver.

These food should be considered by a suitable quantity each meal for the best results.

Vitamin E

Vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant and could play a role in preventing a range of diseases. It’s also considered important for maintaining healthy, youthful skin.
Fortified ready-to-eat cereals, Sunflower Seeds, Vegetable Oils, Turnip Greens, Tomatoes, Pine Nuts, Peanut Butter , Wheat Germ, and Avocado.


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