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    Minerals and Vitamins

    Published: June 13, 2019

    Vitamins are organic compounds that do not synthesize at a certain rate that our body uses for their normal functions. Minerals are the inorganic substances which are common in nature to carry out many functions of our body.

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    Minerals and Vitamins

    • 1. Minerals and Vitamins Minerals and Vitamins
    • 2. Minerals and Vitamins Vitamins are organic compounds that do not synthesize at a certain rate that our body uses for their normal functions. Minerals are the inorganic substances which are common in nature to carry out many functions of our body.
    • 3. Benefits Benefits After a busy day, we cannot produce enough vitamins and minerals to keep our body healthy and energetic. Mineral and vitamin support is very important for our body to work properly. Because our body cannot produce a lot of vitamins in itself, we need to take vitamin supplements from outside, otherwise we will get very exhausted.
    • 4. Benefits There are 2 kinds of vitamins; those dissolved in water and dissolved in oil. Fat-soluble vitamins, fat tissues and vitamins stored in our liver. Even if necessary, the absorption of such vitamins that meet the reserve needs is provided with the help of lipids. Benefits
    • 5. Benefits Vitamins A, D, E and K are fat-soluble vitamins; most eggs, fish, liver, milk, apricots, cheese, melons, peaches, spinach and broccoli and they are found in abundance in such dishes. 32% of the daily need in an adult egg and 68% of the half carrot; 1 plate of green leaf vegetables meet the needs of 2-day vitamin A. Benefits
    • 6. What Do Vitamins Do in Our Body? What Do Vitamins Do in Our Body? The vitamins required for cellular metabolic reactions are small organic molecules that must be taken from outside because they are not sufficiently produced or produced in the body. Thanks to vitamins, digestive problems are reduced while heart health is reduced and blood sugar decreases as the immune system strengthens.
    • 7. What Foods Contain Vitamins? What Foods Contain Vitamins? Vitamin A, the vitamins needed by the body, bone development, eye and skin health is of prime importance. Milk, eggs, liver, green vegetables, legumes, walnuts and carrots are rich in vitamin A foods. Vitamin A
    • 8. What Foods Contain Vitamins? What Foods Contain Vitamins? Vitamin B provides the correct functioning of the respiratory, nervous and digestive systems. B vitamins-rich foods include cereals and cereals, red meat, milk and milk products, and green vegetables. Vitamin B
    • 9. What Foods Contain Vitamins? What Foods Contain Vitamins? Vitamin C, which strengthens the body resistance and bones, acts as an antioxidant in our body and it is revealed that there is a relationship between protection against vitamin C and UV rays. Vitamin C helps to produce protein collagen that helps to heal wounds and protects us from the sun's UV rays. Orange, mandarin, tomato, parsley, cabbage, blackberry, pepper, pineapple, lemon. Vitamin C
    • 10. What Foods Contain Vitamins? What Foods Contain Vitamins? Vitamin D, which is necessary for strengthening bones and teeth, is found in fish, liver, butter, eggs and cheese. Vitamin D
    • 11. What Foods Contain Vitamins? What Foods Contain Vitamins? Again, grain and cereal products, red meat, milk and dairy products and vegetable oils are rich in Vitamin E, also helps to protect the eye health. Vitamin E
    • 12. What Foods Contain Vitamins? What Foods Contain Vitamins? Foods rich in Vitamin K include green vegetables, red meat, corn, rice and liver. This vitamin is also important for the body with blood clotting feature. Vitamin K
    • 13. Well, What Happens if Vitamin is Missing in our Body? Well, What Happens if Vitamin is Missing in our Body? - Our body resistance to infections falls. - Our teeth and gums are weak. - Hair, nail and skin sensitivities arise. - The digestive system starts not working regularly. - Our cells can't use oxygen efficiently. - The liver begins to lubricate. - Antibody production slows down. - It can trigger depression. - Heart diseases increase. - Blood sugar rises. - The immune system is weak. - Blood clotting slows down.
    • 14. What do minerals do job? What do Minerals?
    • 15. What do minerals do job? What are the most important nutrients for taking minerals? Maintaining the chemical balance of the body depends on the mineral diversity in its structure. All minerals that are in a one-to-one relationship with each other cause chain- like disturbances as a result of their deficiencies. The minerals that have many benefits, from the protection of the cells of our body to the health of the skin structure, the keeping of the blood pressure at the same level and the consolidation of the tooth and bone structure, are among the supplements that should be taken regularly. What do minerals do job?
    • 16. What do minerals do job? Vitamins entering a body lacking minerals cannot perform its functions properly. Minerals in the structure of teeth, bones, soft tissues, blood, muscle and nerve cells, the transmission of the message of the nerves and the production of hormones in the body are of primary importance. The primary minerals are calcium, iodine, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, selenium, sodium and zinc. What do minerals do job?
    • 17. Nutrients containing Minerals Calcium: Milk and dairy products, black cabbage, broccoli, salmon, molasses, soy milk, raisins, figs Iodine: Iodized salt, milk, seaweed, sea shells Iron: Spinach, beef, bean, green leafy vegetables, prunes, raisins Magnesium: Oatmeal, rice, yogurt, apple, grapefruit, sesame, wheat Phosphorus: Fish, corn, asparagus, dried fruits, eggs, dairy products Potassium: banana, apricot, persimmon, watermelon, potato, pumpkin Zinc: Sheep and lamb, eggs, nuts, mushrooms, walnuts, lentils Nutrients containing Minerals
    • 18. Thank You. Thank You.