High-Quality Vitamins and Minerals for Every Stage of Life

The human body requires an extensive range of vitamins and minerals to function properly. Taking a
variety of both nutrients from natural sources and supplements helps your body stay fit and healthy,
so you have energy for everything life brings your way.

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Metabolism

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Energy

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Rest & Repair

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Energy

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Rest & Repair

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What are Vitamins?

Vitamins are organic molecules required by the human body to function optimally. There are 13 total vitamins needed by the body to stay healthy, and each one plays a vital role that keeps us in optimal condition with specific effects on how we look, feel, and function.

Vitamins work together with minerals in our body to do their job even better. Vitamin D, for example, aids in the absorption of calcium in the bones. Vitamin C is critical for
the body to absorb iron. The vitamin B complex composed of B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B8, B11 (folic acid) and B12 works together to enhance essential body functions.

Vitamin Benefits Deficiency diesease(s)
Vitamin A
Maintenance of immune system, optimal vision
Night blindness, hyperkeratosis (thickening of the outer layer of the skin), and keratomalacia (an eye disorder).
Vitamin B1
Adenosine triphosphate (ATP) production
Beriberi (polyneuritic syndrome), Wernicke-Korsakoff syndrome (brain issues)
Vitamin B2
Cellular respiration
Ariboflavinosis, glossitis (sore tongue), angular stomatitis (mouth inflammation)
Vitamin B5
Protein metabolism and synthesis
Paresthesia (abnormal skin sensations)
Vitamin B6
Nervous system function
Anemia, peripheral neuropathy
Vitamin B7
Metabolism
Dermatitis (skin inflammation), enteritis (inflammation of small intestine)
Vitamin B9
DNA and RNA production, metabolism of amino acids for cell division
Megaloblastic anemia (production of relatively large, structurally abnormal, immature red blood cells), pregnancy defects
Vitamin B12
Nervous system function
Vitamin B12 deficiency disorder (neurological issues), anemia
Vitamin C
Tissue repair, production of neurotransmitters
Scurvy (weakness, fatigue, chronic pain)
Vitamin D
Intestinal absorption of calcium, phosphate and magnesium
Rickets/osteomalacia (bone softening)
Vitamin E
Prevention of nervous system problems
Anemia in newborn infants
Vitamin K
Required for blood coagulation
Bleeding diathesis (excessive bleeding)

What are Minerals?

Minerals are chemical elements that are required as essential nutrients by the body to perform critical body functions. Nutrient minerals cannot be synthesized biochemically by the body and must come from food or supplements.

Minerals are one of the four groups of essential nutrients that also include vitamins, essential amino acids, and essential fatty acids. Some of the most common minerals required by humans include those listed in the table below

Mineral Benefits Deficiency disease(s)
Calcium
Muscle contraction, protein synthesis, bone formation, bone maintenance
Osteoporosis, poor dental health
Phosphorus
DNA and RNA formation, adenosine triphosphate (ATP) production, bone formation
Neurological dysfunction, blood cell disruption
Potassium
Normal cell function, heartbeat regulation, optimal muscle and nerve function, protein synthesis, carbohydrate metabolism
Hypertension (high blood pressure), Hypokalemia (proper functioning of nerve and muscle cells)
Magnesium
Constipation prevention, eclamptic seizure prevention, asthma treatment, optimal muscle and nerve function, bone health, protein synthesis, cellular metabolism, heartbeat regulation
Chronic pain, fatigue, insomnia

Benefits of Vitamin and Mineral Supplements​

Vitamin and mineral supplements can help you get the optimum levels of nutrition by filling in
gaps left behind by a healthy diet. Supplements also help to fortify the diets of special
populations that have an increased need for specific vitamins and minerals. These can include:

Pregnant women: Vitamin D, vitamin A, vitamin B11
            (folic acid), and omega-3 fatty acid DHA

Vegetarians and vegans: Vitamin B12 and vitamin D

50+: Vitamin B12 and vitamin D

Compromised Immune systems: Vitamin C

Chronic fatigue: B-complex vitamins

Benefits of Vitamin and Mineral Supplements​

Vitamin and mineral supplements can help you get the optimum levels of nutrition by filling in
gaps left behind by a healthy diet. Supplements also help to fortify the diets of special
populations that have an increased need for specific vitamins and minerals. These can include:

Pregnant women: Vitamin D, vitamin A, vitamin B11 (folic acid), and omega-3 fatty acid DHA

Vegetarians and vegans: Vitamin B12 and vitamin D

50+: Vitamin B12 and vitamin D

Compromised Immune systems: Vitamin C

Chronic fatigue: B-complex vitamins

Vitamin Deficiencies

Vitamin deficiencies are widespread throughout the population, particularly in cases where the food supply
is compromised by petrochemicals, pesticides and herbicides.

Eating processed foods can also cause vitamin deficiencies due to their effect on the
digestive organs. Vitamin deficiencies can also have other causes such as smoking (vitamin
C deficiency), drinking alcohol (vitamin A and B12 deficiency), high levels of stress (vitamin B
deficiencies), or taking medications that deplete vitamins and minerals from the body.

Sometimes a vitamin deficiency is not apparent until some symptoms occur, such as poor
concentration, fatigue, insomnia, and restlessness. If you have any of these symptoms, it is a
good idea to visit a doctor to conduct bloodwork to determine if you are deficient in any
critical vitamins and minerals.

Vitamins and Minerals FAQ

There is no standard protocol for vitamins and minerals that suits everyone. A good idea is to start with either a multi-vitamin or protocol of 1-2 different types to see how they affect you before diversifying into other supplements.

A B-complex vitamin and magnesium are both commonly used to treat low energy.

Vegans typically require vitamin D and vitamin B12.

Magnesium and B-complex vitamins may help memory and concentration. In addition, the use of nootropics – specialized supplements to enhance brain function – are also popular to address memory and concentration issues.

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