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September 27, 2016

You won’t believe what these super vitamins can do for your body

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You’ve heard a million times by now that vitamins are beneficial to your body and that you should be consuming your daily dose of them every day. But do you truly understand their full force and how they keep your body in tip-top shape?

The powerful benefits of these four super vitamins might surprise you:

Vitamin A

This is one powerful vitamin that will help keep your body in its best condition. It can be found in various fruits and veggies such as kale, squash, cantaloupe and carrots. This vitamin contains carotenoids, which helps keep your eyes and skin healthy, as well as your immune system in the best shape it can be.

Vitamin A is also essential for keeping your vision sharp and bones strong. But remember, more is not always good, especially when taking supplements. If too much is taken, then you run the risk of birth defects, central nervous system problems and low bone mineral, so be sure to only take the recommended amount that your doctor suggests.

Vitamin C

Another essential is good ol’ Vitamin C, which can be found in oranges, green bell peppers, broccoli and even strawberries. A healthy dosage can easily knock out the common cold because it helps boost your immune system. Besides being the number one fighter against the pesky common cold, it can also help minimize the effects of lead toxicity, a condition most common in children that increases the risk of behavioral problems and learning disabilities. Other benefits include the minimization of cancer risks, the lowering of hypertension and even boosting your overall mood!

Thiamin (Vitamin B1)

Thiamin is another vitamin with super strength. What does Thiamin do for you? It can help keep you looking your best since it acts as a powerful antioxidant that can prevent wrinkles and aging spots. Digestion is another function that Thiamin keeps running smoothly, and it can help keep your memory sharp, keep your appetite healthy and keep your energy levels up.

How can you get it into your system? Some foods that include a healthy dosage are fish, seeds, pork, potatoes, lettuce and even mushrooms. However, in order to get the most out of Thiamin in these foods, be sure you don’t overcook them, or else all the healthy goodness will be gone!

Biotin (Vitamin B7)

The last super vitamin is Biotin, commonly advertised for helping to keep your hair and nails long and strong. It hides in foods like eggs, peanut butter, berries and beef. Aside from keeping your hair and nails healthy, it also can keep your metabolism under control, keep your skin looking its best, assist you in losing weight and even reduce your chances of developing heart problems.

You can enjoy all the benefits these super vitamins offer by incorporating them into your daily diet, both through supplements and food itself. You’ll find yourself looking and feeling better in no time!

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