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Facts About Organic Vitamins ... 
...and the roles these nutritional vitamin supplements have within the body.


Vitamin A - information
Vitamin A is a fat-soluble vitamin, which can be destroyed by light and oxygen, but normal cooking temperatures will not destroy vitamin A significantly ...

Vitamin B1 - information
This is a water soluble vitamin and was first isolated in 1926 from rice polishings. Vitamin B1 has been nick-named the “morale vitamin” because it has a positive effect on the nervous system ...


Vitamin B2 - information
It is part of the B complex vitamins and also has other names as well. Vitamin B2 is also known as Vitamin G or lactoflavin ...

Vitamin B3 - information
This is a fast acting vitamin, which is soluble in hot water and alcohol and is not easily destroyed by light or ordinary cooking temperatures ...

Vitamin B5 - information
Vitamin B5 is produced in the intestines by bacteria.

Vitamin B6 - information
Vitamin B6 is also known as Pyridoxine, is a water and alcohol soluble vitamin, which is crucial to many body processes.

Vitamin B12 - information
Vitamin B12 is also known as cyanocobalamin, is a water and alcohol soluble vitamin and contains the mineral cobalt, which has no known toxicity.

Vitamin B Complex "Choline" - information
Choline is a water soluble member of the B complex vitamins, and is part of a group of fats known as phospholipids.

Vitamin B Complex "Inositol" - information
Inositol is a water-soluble member of the B complex vitamins and is also known as lipotropic factor.

Vitamin C - information
Vitamin C is a water-soluble vitamin and is easily destroyed by heat, light, air and oxidation, therefore it is also easily lost in cooking water ...

Vitamin D - information
Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin, which is not significantly destroyed by cooking or even processing and refrigeration ...

Vitamin E - information
Vitamin E is a fat soluble vitamin made up of seven compounds called tocopherols, with alpha being the most active ...

Vitamin H - information
Vitamin H is commonly known as Biotin and Co-enzyme R, and
is a water soluble vitamin, and has no known toxicity.

Vitamin M or Folic Acid - information
Folic acid is a water soluble vitamin also known as folate, folatin, vitamin M, vitamin Bc and pteroylglutamic acid.

Vitamin P or Bioflavanoids
Bioflavanoids are sometimes called flavones and are also called vitamin P because of their effect on the permeability of capillaries.

Vitamin PABA or Para-aminobenzoic Acid
This vitamin "PABA" full name is para-aminobenzoic acid, which is a water soluble vitamin and occurs as a component of folic acid


Nutritional Vitamin Supplements

   o  Maximol (liquid vitamins and minerals)

   o  Orachel (multi-vitamin oral chelation formula)
  
o  Revenol (powerful antioxidants)


Other Nutritional Supplement Information


   o  The role of Vitamins in our bodies
   o  The role that Minerals play in our bodies




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