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NUTRIENTS A-Z: Vitamin F
essential fatty acid
Vitamin F is not a vitamin in the traditional sense, but rather a term used for two fats — alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) and linoleic acid (LA). They are essential fatty acids (EFAs) and are required for regular body functions and are very important with regards to brain and heart health. They help build cell membranes and hormones and are incredibly important for the immune system. They are labelled as essential because our bodies cannot make them. We must acquire them from...
NUTRIENTS A-Z: Vitamin P - Bioflavanoids
Vitamin P is another name for “flavonoids” and are found naturally in many fruits and vegetables. They are a large class of plant compounds found in deeply colored fruits, vegetables, coco...
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NUTRIENTS A-Z: Vitamin K
Vitamin K plays a key role in blood clotting which prevents excessive bleeding. Unlike many other vitamins, vitamin K is not typically used as a dietary supplement. It is actually a gr...
NUTRIENTS A-Z: Biotin (Vitamin B7, B8, or H)
Biotin is also called vitamin H, vitamin B₇ or vitamin B₈. It is a water-soluble vitamin and is involved in a wide range of metabolic processes, both in humans and in other organisms, primaril...
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