Egg basket: source of Choline

WHAT IS CHOLINE? Choline is a necessary nutrient for normal body function and human health. While the liver can create some, the vast majority must be acquired from the diet. It is an organic, water-soluble substance that is different from vitamins and minerals, yet it is sometimes classified with the vitamin B complex due to […]


sources of beta carotene: Carrot, Papaya, oranges

WHAT IS BETA CAROTENE? Beta-carotene is a natural pigment and antioxidant found in many fruits and vegetables that is well-known for its role in the human body as a precursor to vitamin A. It helps to give vegetables like carrots, sweet potatoes, and bell peppers their brilliant orange, red, and yellow hues. Beta-carotene, when consumed, […]


the molecule of beta nicotinamide

WHAT IS BETA NICOTINAMIDE? The water-soluble nutrient beta-nicotinamide, often known as niacinamide or vitamin B3, is required for a variety of biological processes. Unlike some other B vitamins, niacinamide does not provide a toxicity risk, even at relatively large doses. It is essential for energy metabolism, DNA repair, and skin health. Niacinamide is easily obtained […]


Food sources of vitamin d2: Salmon, eggs, mushroom, dairy products

WHAT IS VITAMIN D2? Vitamin D2, also known as ergocalciferol, is a form of vitamin D that can be taken from food or supplements. It is essential in the human body, contributing to a variety of physiological activities. When vitamin D2 is consumed, it undergoes a sequence of changes before becoming the biologically active form, […]


food sources of vitamin b5: red meat, legumes, eggs.

WHAT IS VITAMIN B5? Vitamin B5, commonly known as pantothenic acid, is a water-soluble vitamin that is essential for several metabolic activities in the human body. It is essential for fatty acid synthesis, cell membrane construction, and energy production from carbs and lipids. Furthermore, vitamin B5 participates in the creation of neurotransmitters and coenzyme A, […]


Food sources of vitamin B2: red meat, spinach,legumes, broccoli.

WHAT IS VITAMIN B2? Vitamin B2, often known as riboflavin, is a water-soluble vitamin that is essential for human health in a variety of ways. Riboflavin, as an essential component, participates in critical metabolic activities, such as the conversion of carbs, lipids, and proteins into energy. Its activity as a coenzyme, specifically in the creation […]


Vitamin B1 food sources: Red meat, legumes and nuts and seeds

WHAT IS VITAMIN B1? Vitamin B1, often known as thiamine, is a water-soluble vitamin that belongs to the B-vitamin group. Its importance stems from its essential role in the body’s metabolism and overall well-being. Thiamine functions as a coenzyme, actively engaging in a variety of metabolic activities, particularly those involving carbohydrate metabolism. It works as a […]


Food sources of vitamin K: Spinach, Kale, Avocado, Asparagus.

WHAT IS VITAMIN K? Vitamin K is present in two forms: phylloquinone, which is prevalent in green leafy vegetables such as collard greens and kale, and menaquinones, which are found in certain animal and fermented foods and may be produced by gut bacteria. This fat-soluble vitamin is needed for protein synthesis, which is required for […]


food sources of vitamin e: Broccoli, Kiwi, Avocado, Nuts and seeds, olive oil

WHAT IS VITAMIN E? Vitamin E is a fat-soluble vitamin that plays an important function in preventing oxidative damage to cells and acting as an antioxidant. Alpha-tocopherol is the most physiologically active version of a collection of chemicals that make up this substance. A strong immune system, healthy skin, and eyes all dependsĀ on vitamin E. […]